Chase Seiffert: Five Things We Know About The Golfer

Chase Seiffert

Chase Seiffert, an American professional golfer, was born in Panama City, Florida, United States. He is 30 years old, weighs 200 lbs, and is 6ft 3 inches tall. He is married and has a son.

Chase Seiffert: Career Path

Chase Seiffert played his first two years of college golf at Central Alabama CC and his final two years at Florida State University, where he studied Sociology.

Chase turned Professional in 2013 and has had total career earnings of $1,922,328, and has made five holes-in-one in his lifetime.

AMATEUR WINS

Chase won the Liz Kling Spring Invitational, Region XXII Championship in 2011. Chase also won the Florida Amateur Match Play in 2012.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Lincoln Land Championship presented by LRS

Seiffert carded an ace during a final-round 66 at the Lincoln Land Championship presented by LRS to finish T5 at 13-under, his sixth top-20 finish in a row.

Knoxville Open

Seiffert earned his third consecutive top-10 with a T7 at 11-under 273 at the Knoxville Open.

Nashville Golf Open Benefitting the Snedeker Foundation

After the second round in Nashville, Seiffert held a share of the lead before finishing T4 at 13-under.

Dormie Network Classic at Briggs Ranch

Seiffert earned a career-best T2 at the Dormie Network Classic at Briggs Ranch with a 21-under total. Five shots were shy of winner Xinjun Zhang, and he recorded 71 bogey-free holes outside of a double-bogey in the second round.

Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail Championship

Seiffert held a share of the first-round lead with a 7-under 65 at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail Championship before finishing T57.

Web.com Tour Championship

Seiffert finished the Web.com Tour Championship T8.

Chase Seiffert: Travelers Championship

After shooting 63 to Monday qualify for the Travelers Championship, Seiffert shot a final-round 64 to finish T9 at 12-under. With the top-10, Seiffert earned a spot in the field at A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier.

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He was the fourth Monday qualifier to post a top-10 on TOUR on the season, joining Scott Strohmeyer (T4/Sanderson Farms Championship), Trey Mullinax (T8/Valspar Championship), and Julian Suri (T8/Houston Open). In 2016-17, Seiffert cut each of the three tournaments he Monday qualified for.

LECOM Health Challenge

Seiffert carded a final-round 9-under 63 to tie the course record and finish T3 at 19-under at the LECOM Health Challenge. In his fifth year, the top-10 finish was the determining factor that locked up his first PGA TOUR card for the 2019-20 season.

Korn Ferry tour

Career High (The 25 Rank) – 17

Career Low Round – 63

Events Played – 37

Cuts Made – 22

Total Money – $250,740

2nd Place Finishes – 1

3rd Place Finishes – 1

Top 10 Finishes – 6

Best 2020-21 Results

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship (T45)

Korn Ferry Challenge at TPC Sawgrass (T46)

Korn Ferry Tour Championship presented by United Leasing & Finance (Made the CUT)

Official Money – $7,047

Best 2019 Results

Dormie Network Classic at Briggs Ranch (T2)

LECOM Health Challenge (T3)

Nashville Golf Open Benefitting the Snedeker Foundation (T4)

The 25 Rank – 0

Official Money – $198,842

Top 10 Finishes – 5

Best 2018 Results

Web.com Tour Championship (T8)

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship (T30)

Rex Hospital Open (T48)

The 25 Rank – 0

Official Money – $31,551

Top 10 Finishes – 1

Best 2014 Results

Cleveland Open – CUT

WNB Golf Classic              – CUT

The 25 Rank – 0

Official Money – 0

Best 2013 Results

Rex Hospital Open (T13)

Mylan Classic (T62)

Cox Classic – CUT

The 25 Rank – 0

Official Money – $13,299

PGA TOUR

Career High FedExCup Rank – 131

Career Low Round – 63

Events Played – 54

Cuts Made – 30

International Victories – 0

2nd Place Finishes – 0

3rd Place Finishes – 1

Top 10 Finishes – 3

Best 2021-2022 Results

Butterfield Bermuda Championship (T22)

Fortinet Championship (T51)

FedExCup Rank- 155th place

Official Money – $74,093

Top 10 Finishes – 0

Total Money – $1,665,632

Best 2020-2021 Results

The Honda Classic (T3)

The American Express (T12)

Puerto Rico Open (T15)

FedExCup Rank – 138

Official Money – $824,736

Top 10 Finishes – 1

Best 2019-2020 Results

Workday Charity Open – 4

The American Express (T21)

The RSM Classic (T23)

FedExCup Rank – 131

Official Money – $539,756

Top 10 Finishes – 1

Best 2017-2018 Results

Travelers Championship (T9)

A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier (CUT)

FedExCup Rank – 0

Official Money – 0

Top 10 Finishes – 1

Best 2016-2017 Results

Travelers Championship (T43)

Barracuda Championship (T65)

The RSM Classic (T74)

FedExCup Rank – 0

Official Money – 0

Top 10 Finishes – 0

Best 2013 Results

FedEx St. Jude Classic – CUT

FedExCup Rank – 0

Official Money – 0

Top 10 Finishes – 0

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