John H. He served two years in the U. Army starting in Schlee attended Memphis State University and was a member of the golf team.
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John H. He served two years in the U. Army starting in Schlee attended Memphis State University and was a member of the golf team. Schlee took club pro jobs after college, and in was medalist at the inaugural PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament qualifying school. Schlee played full-time on the PGA Tour from — He had more than 30 top finishes in PGA Tour events.
His career year was when he won the Hawaiian Open and finished one stroke behind Johnny Miller in the U. Schlee had four top finishes in major championships : the aforementioned solo 2nd at the U. Schlee was forced into part-time play on the PGA Tour in the mids due to a series of health problems starting with back surgery in and followed by knee surgery in Schlee took a club pro job in Rancho Viejo, Texas in June after his third serious ailment in as many years, a painful injury to his left thumb.
He also invented devices to help students of the game learn. In , Schlee wrote a book, Maximum Golf , which was a collection of his instructional theories and a tribute to his mentor, Ben Hogan. After reaching the age of 50 in , Schlee played in a few dozen Senior PGA Tour events but never came close to winning an event.
His best finish in this venue was a T Schlee lived in Texas during most of his regular career years and in California during his senior career years.
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