Bruce Fleisher : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Cause of Death
Bruce Fleisher was an American professional golfer know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Cause of Death
|Birthdate ( Age)||16 October 1948|
|Place of Birth||Union City, Tennessee, United States|
|Parents||Name Not Known|
|Net Worth||$4 Million|
|Last Update||September 2021|
Bruce Lee Fleisher was an American professional golfer.Bruce Fleisher died Thursday after a long battle with cancer. He was 72.
After winning just once on the PGA Tour in more than 400 tries, he won his first two starts on the 50-and-older circuit in 1999 and claimed 18 total titles, including the 2001 U.S. Senior Open.
Early Life and Family
Fleisher was born in Union City, Tennessee, and is Jewish.In 1950, the Fleisher family moved to Wilmington, North Carolina, where Bruce began playing golf with his brothers, Leslie and Jerry. When Bruce was 14, the Fleishers moved to Miami, Florida.
Bruce Fleisher Wife
Bruce Fleisher Married with Wendy. Fleisher and his wife Wendy lived in the Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, area.In 2017, he was inducted into the Greater Wilmington (North Carolina) Sports Hall of Fame.
Bruce Fleisher Net Worth
Bruce Lee Fleisher was an American professional golfer has an estimated Net Worth around $4 Million in 2021.All earnings comes from his salary.
Fleisher became involved in golf at age seven by working as a caddie with his two brothers.Fleisher attended Miami-Dade Junior College and Furman University.In 1968 at age 19, he became the third-youngest player to win the U.S. Amateur.He also was the low amateur at the 1969 Masters Tournament. He turned professional in 1969.
Fleisher won both individual and team gold medals in golf at the 1969 Maccabiah Games.Fleisher spent much of his regular career as a club professional; he won the PGA Club Professional Championship in 1989. His regular tournament career was modest, with one win on the PGA Tour, the 1991 New England Classic, and a few wins in minor tournaments.
He was much more successful on the Champions Tour (now PGA Tour Champions) with 18 wins, including one senior major, the 2001 U.S. Senior Open. Fleisher became the first player ever to earn back-to-back victories in his first two Champions Tour events, which helped him win Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year awards in 1999.He also has one win on the European Seniors Tour, which came in 2000 at the Irish Seniors Open.He served as head coach for the USA Open Golf Team at the 1989 Maccabia Games and the 2013 Maccabiah Games in Israel.