Uihlein’s 2013 season on the European PGA Tour with earnings of over $1.8 million gives him the ability to gain sponsor’s exemptions into PGA Tour events in this 2014 season.
Peter has an impressive competitive golf resume including:
- Named AJGA Player of the Year in both 2005 and 200
- Named to the All-American first-team by both the Golf Coaches Association of America and Golfweek in his junior year at Oklahoma State University
- A member of the 2009 Walker Cup team
- Won the 2010 U.S. Amateur
- Won the 2011 Ben Hogan Award as the best collegiate golfer in the nation
- Joined the European Tour’s Challenge Tour at 22 in 2012 where he made cuts in his 15 starts with six top-10 finishes
- Earned full membership to the European Tour by winning the 2013 Madeira Islands Open
- Had eight top-10 finishes, earning over $1.8 million to finish 14th in the Race to Dubai.
- Named the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year on the European PGA Tour moving to No. 65 in the World Golf Rankings.
Peter, the son of the Titleist Golf Company’s CEO Wally Uihlein, appears to have taken aim on his goals for the 2014 season. Among those goals Peter hopes to move inside the Top 50 in the World Golf Rankings giving him access to the World Golf Championship events, plus invitations to the Masters, U.S. Open, Open Championship and the PGA Championship.