Former touring skilled Jaxon Brigman died on Aug. 14 at age 50. No reason behind loss of life was talked about in his obituary.
Brigman performed totally on the Korn Ferry Tour (then often called the Nike Tour) within the mid-Nineteen Nineties via mid-2000s. He was most identified professionally for a Q-College incident in 1999 that value him a PGA Tour card.
Brigman shot 65 within the ultimate spherical of the qualifying event in 1999, recording seven birdied and no bogeys. In a narrative he later detailed to John Feinstein, Brigman’s taking part in competitor that day at Doral, Jay Pastime, wrote down a 4 as a substitute of a 3 on the par-4 13th and had it circled.
Brigman, then 28 and by no means a Tour member, noticed seven circles on his scorecard and signed. Although he wasn’t disqualified for signing an incorrect scorecard, he needed to settle for a 66 and missed qualifying by that one shot.
An newbie standout, Brigman was a part of Oklahoma State’s nationwide championship crew in 1991 and was an All-American in ’93. However his success didn’t translate to the professionals. He performed in 167 occasions on the Korn Ferry Tour and competed seven instances on the PGA Tour, by no means incomes standing. His greatest end on Tour was a tie for 10th on the 2005 Byron Nelson.
After retiring, he labored as a golf gear consultant and later within the HVAC trade.
As Brigman additionally mentioned in speaking with Feinstein, failing to earn his Tour card paled compared to the tragedy his household expertise in 2011, when his 3-year-old daughter, Tatum, died in a automobile crash.
Brigman is survived by his 15-year-old daughter, Malyn.