Carl had a Hall of Fame collegiate career at The University of South Carolina, being named 1993 SEC Player of the Year with a then record five individual medal wins. Carl was inducted into The Gamecocks Athletics Hall of Fame in 2008. Carl first qualified for the PGA Tour straight out of college in 1995 and then again in 1996. Carl played on The Web.com Tour from 1997-1999, and was the 1999 Leading money winner and Player of the Year with two wins. He returned to The PGA Tour from 2000-2005 then ending his professional career with a series of unfortunate back injuries. Carl has covered the game of golf for the past few years working on behalf of major media outlets including PGA Tour Radio, PGA Tour Entertainment, ESPN , SEC Network, DirectTV and SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio.
Dennis first made it on to The PGA Tour in 1994. In 1999 " Chief" as he was known on tour, played some of his finest professional golf making 26 of 29 cuts that season and finishing in the Top 30 on the money list, making it to The Tour Championship. In 2000, he defeated David Duval in a four hole playoff to win his first PGA Tour event at The Buick Classic in Westchester, NY. PGA Tour Highlights $4.98 Million in earnings, 1 win, 3 second's, 18 top tens, Played in 225+ Tour events and 13 Major Championships. Dennis has broadcasted over 150 PGA Tour events over the past eight years for major media outlets including PGA Tour Radio, Sirius XM Radio, ESPN Radio, PGA Tour Entertainment, DirectTV and NBC.
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