An 18-year veteran of the PGA, Nike and Asian Tours and a member of the University of Louisville Athletic Hall of Fame, Ted Schulz enters his third season working with the University of Louisville golf teams.
A Louisville native, Schulz joined the PGA Tour in 1984, three years after putting the finishing touches on a stellar four-year career at U of L. Over the next 18 years, Schulz played in 263 tournaments, including four Masters, three U.S. Opens, four PGA Championships and two Tour Championships.
On the PGA Tour, Schulz claimed three tournament wins (`91 Los Angeles Open, `89 Southern Open and `89 Chrysler Open) and finished as high as sixth place in the 1992 Masters. He finished the 1989 season ranked 30th on the money list and his victory in the Los Angeles Open vaulted him to a career-best 29th-place on the list in 1991.
With 15 career top 10 finishes under his belt, Schulz ranks 414th on the all-time money list with earnings in excess of $1.6 million.
Schulz, the director of golf instruction at The Cardinal Club, still resides in the Louisville area with his wife, Diane and three children.