Mark Wilson
Elmhurst, Ill.

Height: 5 ft., 8 in.

Weight: 145

Turned Pro: 1997

College: North Carolina

DOB: 10/31/1974

Bio: Had a career year in 2011 with two wins and personal best finishes in the FedExCup (No. 22) and on the money list (No. 19). Made his first appearance in the Tour Championship by Coca-Cola (T-26). As a rookie in 2003, playing in his 19th career event on Tour, posted first top-10, a solo fourth at the HP Classic of New Orleans. Narrowly missed on retaining card in rookie season, finishing 128th on money list. Earned his first trip to the Tour via a T-17 finish at the 2002 PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament. Spent the season as a rookie on the Nationwide Tour. Played the Hooters Tour from 1998-2001 and won three times. Played the PGA Tour of Australasia from 2000-02. Won Ben Hogan Award in 1996 as top NCAA student golfer. (Bio information from Golfweek research and pgatour.com)

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Men's fall countdown: No. 20 Stanford

The Stanford Cardinal, who will have to replace Patrick Rodgers and Cameron Wilson, rank No. 20 in Golfweek's countdown of the top men's college golf teams for fall 2014.

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Women's fall countdown: No. 20 Florida

The Florida Gators, who return several starters and add top freshman Taylor Tomlinson, rank No. 20 in Golfweek's countdown of the top women's college golf teams for fall 2014.

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Men's fall countdown: No. 23 California

The California Golden Bears, with a completely new look, rank No. 23 in Golfweek's countdown of the top men's college golf teams for fall 2014.

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Mizuno JPX-850 hybrids

Mizuno's Shock Wave Sole, intended to allow the clubhead to contract then expand upon impact, helps define the company's new JPX-850 hybrids.

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Tait: Italian Open can provide path to Ryder Cup

European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley could easily favor Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood and Luke Donald for his at-large selections -- but don't count out Stephen Gallacher if he plays well at the Italian Open.

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Deutsche Bank Championship: TPC Boston review

TPC Boston is a fun place for a shoot out and makes for good TV theatre as the Deutsche Bank Championship's final round unfolds on Labor Day Monday in the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup.

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Tiger Woods, instructor Sean Foley part ways

Tiger Woods will no longer work with swing coach Sean Foley, the third instructor with whom Woods has worked in his career.

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The 25: Meet the PGA Tour's newest members

Twenty-five PGA Tour cards were handed out Sunday following the Web.com Tour's regular-season finale, the Portland Open. Here is a closer look at the players who earned them.

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Dunlap takes Boeing Classic in playoff

A tight approach shot gave Scott Dunlap the advantage he needed to win the Champions Tour's 2014 Boeing Classic, edging Mark Brooks in a one-hole playoff Sunday in Snoqualmie, Wash.

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Dunlap cards 63 to take Boeing Classic lead

Scott Dunlap leads the Boeing Classic after his second-round 9-under 63 Saturday.

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Tracker: Day, Furyk move into Barclays lead

While second-round leaders Adam Scott and Cameron Tringale dropped back, Jason Day and Jim Furyk were there to takeover the lead Saturday at The Barclays.

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Report: Tour to unveil new strokes-gained stat

The PGA Tour is set to add another statistical category to its list of golf metrics – strokes gained-tee to green.

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Els, Westwood strive for longer stay in playoffs

At a time of year when the finish line comes into view and fatigue sets in, two of the PGA Tour’s cornerstones, Ernie Els and Lee Westwood, desire to keep playing.

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Stith tabbed as Iowa's new men's coach

Former Minnesota assistant Tyler Stith was named Iowa's new head men's golf coach on Friday.

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The Barclays: Ridgewood CC, hole by hole

The PGA Tour's FedEx Cup opener, The Barclays, returns to Ridgewood Country Club in New Jersey -- where its 7,319 yard, par-71 layout will be drawn from the club’s three nines.

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Dornes, Huntzinger commit to Penn State

Penn State earned itself a pair of 2015 commitments this past week in Ryan Dornes and Charles Huntzinger.

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Bogey-free, Langer earns 23rd Champions Tour win

A bogey-free 66 -- actually, make that a bogey-free tournament -- carried Bernhard Langer to a one-shot victory Sunday at the Dick's Sporting Goods Open on Champions Tour.

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U.S. Amateur Tracker: Gunn Yang wins title

Sunday's finale at the U.S. Amateur will feature a 2013 semifinalist in Corey Conners and a virtual unknown in Gunn Yang. The duo is scheduled for a 9 a.m. EDT start for the first 18 holes, with a 2:20 p.m. restart for the final 18.

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PHOTOS: Arnold Palmer at Lancaster (Pa.) First Swing for 2015 U.S. Open

See Arnold Palmer at Lancaster (Pa.) CC and at a downtown rally to mark a year to the 2015 U.S. Women's Open.

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PHOTOS: Wilson Staff C 100 irons

Get several good looks at Wilson's new Staff C 100 irons, which employ a flex face while prioritizing control.

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PHOTOS: Wilson Staff D 100 ES hybrid-iron set

Check out images of the Wilson Staff D 100 ES hybrid-iron set, aimed at providing distance with forgiveness.

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PHOTOS: Wilson Staff FG Tour M3 clubs

Images of Wilson's new Staff FG Tour M3 line of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons.

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PHOTOS: Merion Golf Club's wicker-basket pins

Merion Golf Club is known for its diminutive length, its narrow fairways, its history – and its wicker-basket pins in lieu of flagsticks. Here's a look at the unique way Merion marks its hole locations.

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PHOTOS: SunTrust Gator Women's Invite (Rd. 2)

View images of the 41st-annual SunTrust Gator Women's Invitational at Mark Bostick Golf Course.

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Chris Kirk and Mark Love Instructional

Photos of Chris Kirk demonstrating technique at Frederica Golf Club in St. Simons Island, with swing coach, Mark Love.

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Mark Wilson in Photos

Take a look at Mark Wilson's career in photos.

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Photos: Masters Wednesday

Early photographs from practice rounds on Wednesday.

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Nationwide Tour players to watch

Last year’s Nationwide Tour class was the youngest, and one of the best, in the tour’s history. Jhonattan Vegas, Keegan Bradley, Tommy Gainey, Chris Kirk, Jamie Lovemark and Kevin Chappell were among the 25 graduates. This looks to be another exciting year for the PGA Tour’s secondary circuit. Ty Tryon, Erik Compton, Billy Hurley and Camilo Villegas’ former caddie, Brett Waldman, all earned Nationwide status at last year’s Q-School. PGA Tour regulars like Will MacKenzie, John Merrick, John Mallinger and Jeff Quinney may make appearances on the tour after poor PGA Tour seasons.

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PGA Tour's Sony Open: Final day

The players faced 36 holes on Sunday to finish the PGA Tour's Sony Open.

All results / Videos / "Mark Wilson"

Demo Day 2013: Wilson Golf

Michael Vrska talks through three new items that Wilson Golf is putting in the marketplace in 2013.

TMAG CEO Mark King on "Undercover Boss" - Clip 2

TMAG CEO Mark King on "Undercover Boss" - Clip 2

TMAG CEO Mark King on "Undercover Boss" - Clip 1

TMAG CEO Mark King on "Undercover Boss" - Clip 1

Demo Day '12: Wilson

At Demo Day, part of the 2012 PGA Merchandise Show, Michael Vrska of Wilson Golf talks about their new club lineup including the DXi driver, Ci11 and FG Tour V2 irons, and their all new Duo golf balls.

Golfweek Conference Challege 2011 - Round 2, with Chattanooga

Chattanooga leads the Golfweek Conference Challenge after 2 rounds, hear what coach Mark Guhne has to say about todays conditions, and what it will take to win the tournament.

Golfweek Conference Challege 2011 - Round 1

Iowa head coach Mark Hankins talks about defending last year's championship, and some thoughts on the course conditions.

Off Campus 2011: Iowa's Recent Turnaround

Off Campus takes a look at the job coach Mark Hankins has done in turning Iowa from a losing team into a contender in just four seasons.

Demo Day 2011: Wilson

Wilson's General Manager Tim Clarke talks about their new drivers and irons for 2011.

TaylorMade-Adidas Golf CEO Mark King

TaylorMade-Adidas Golf CEO Mark King speaks to Golfweek's Gene Yasuda about their commitment to push the industry toward positive growth.

Children's Miracle Network Classic: Disney's PGA Tour Father/Child event

Golfweek.com was on site Nov. 10 for the father/child par-3 tournament at the Children's Miracle Network Classic. Take a look at Sony Open champion Mark Wilson enjoying the day with his son.

Marking your Ball

With so much to learn in the game of golf, some of the smaller details can be taken for granted. Marking your ball, for example. Or, what is the correct way to mark your ball when it has settled in a competitor's line? Suzy has the tip in this week's episode.

Inside Cover Shots

Suzy Whaley takes a week off to watch PGA Tour rookie Roland Thatcher and instructor Mark Steinbauer explain techniques on inside cover and partial wedge shots.

Demo Day 2010: Nike, Callaway, Wilson

As part of our 2010 PGA Merchandise Show coverage, Golfweek traveled to Demo Day to find out the latest and greatest from Nike, Callaway and Wilson including the Nike Method Putter, Diablo Edge, and Wilson's Half + Half shafts.

Outsmartin': Episode 5

Resident golf trivia buff Sean Martin returns to battle three new competitors. But with Smartin off his mark, could this be the day he is defeated?

Major Moments 2008: The Ryder Cup

Oliver Wilson? Soren Hansen? Who are these guys?? Team Europe has a lot of guys that are largely unknown to Americans, fellow European Alistair Tait helps educate us on today's Major Moments.

Off Campus: How Much Do You Know About The Masters?

Texas’ win at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate might go in the books as the biggest clutch win of the year. The Longhorns had been flirting with the .500 mark all season until Tuesday. Texas had a won-loss record of 67-75-3 (counting an 0-2 record at the match play event last fall) but picked up 14 wins and zero losses to push its record to 81-75-3. The Longhorns will most likely end the season ranked inside the top 40, which will be more than good enough to earn a spot in the postseason. So, what does that mean? It means with one event to go - the Big 12 Conference Championship - Texas must finish ninth or better to finish above .500 (84-83-3). Wow, was that a big win! - Lance

Off Campus: Dual Threat?

Duke squeaked back past UCLA for the top spot in the women’s Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings after the Bruins placed third at the PING/ASU Invitational. This marks the second time each school has held the top spot this spring. The big mover this week is Southern California. The Trojans remain No. 3, but have closed the gap after a victory at the PING/ASU Invitational. The Trojans finished at 11 under, 12 shots better than the host Sun Devils and 22 shots better than UCLA. Can it be? More than one or two, or dare I say three or four teams have a legitimate chance at winning the women’s NCAA title this year? I think so. - Lance

Off Campus: Inside the NCAA

Duke squeaked back past UCLA for the top spot in the women’s Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings after the Bruins placed third at the PING/ASU Invitational. This marks the second time each school has held the top spot this spring. The big mover this week is Southern California. The Trojans remain No. 3, but have closed the gap after a victory at the PING/ASU Invitational. The Trojans finished at 11 under, 12 shots better than the host Sun Devils and 22 shots better than UCLA. Can it be? More than one or two, or dare I say three or four teams have a legitimate chance at winning the women’s NCAA title this year? I think so. - Lance

Off Campus: Chatting With A Mickelson

The Northwestern and Notre Dame men’s squads are on the Bubble ... in more ways than one. Both are treading water in the rankings where the cutoff is going to fall close and both have a less than .500 head-to-head winning record. Both helped their case a bit today at the Irish Invitational. No. 65 Northwestern, which has a head-to-head record of 43-55, won the event, while host Notre Dame, ranked No. 74 and sporting a 44-71-6 mark, placed second. Both teams added positives to their overall body of work, but will it be enough to get them into the postseason? – Lance