Fred Funk cannot hit a driver 280 yards in the air unless the wind is at his back. He’s listed in the PGA Tour media guide as 5 feet, 8 inches tall, but admits with a shrug and a grin that he was always five seven and a half. (At 58, he’s shrunk to an even five seven).
Please join Fred and co-host, Gary Sinise, in celebrating our heroes’ service and support their spirit by competing in a unique national golf competition from November 2nd thru November 4th at Desert Mountaion, following the Schwab Cup Championship in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Find out how you can show your gratitude to our nation’s defenders by visiting www.the-invitational.org.
Fred Funk and Jeff Sluman won the Big Cedar Lodge Legends of Golf on Sunday. The $2.4 million on the Champions Tour took place at Top the Rock resort in Ridgedale, Mo.
The winners finished at 6-under 48 Sunday over 18 holes at the nine-hole par-3 Top of the Rock course. The tournament, which implemented best-ball and alternate-shot formats, also involved the neighboring regulation-length, 18-hole Buffalo Ridge course.
Funk and Sluman ended the 54-hole event at 20-under 159, splitting the top prize of $460,000.
Fred has entered into a partnership to serve as a brand ambassador for Noxicare.
THE WOODLANDS – Professional golfer Fred Funk made his triumphant return to The Woodlands Country Club on Monday, nearly one year after winning the PGA Champions Tour event held there
Fred Funk is as easy going as his silky smooth swing.
This week, 56-year-old Fred Funk makes his Web.com Tour debut at his hometown event, the Winn-Dixie Jacksonville Open presented by Planters