PGA Tour rookie started late and taught himself to play
NAPA, Calif. — Of the 70 players who made the cut in the PGA Tour season opener, Nicholas Lindheim easily could have been mistaken for a college kid who Monday qualified. He had a carry bag. He was not wearing a cap with a logo. He didn't have an equipment deal. He didn't have an agent.
Lindheim, who turns 32 next month, is the oldest of the 25 rookies on the PGA Tour.
And there aren't many like him.
The California native made it to the big leagues without going to college, and without having much game in the first place.
"I played my sophomore year in high school, and I was... read more
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