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Brandt Jobe gains competitive Edge

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Jobe wins senior event in Iowa by 1 shot

Brandt Jobe could only laugh as he watched Scott McCarron, his old college roommate, rush up the leaderboard and threaten to steal the Principal Charity Classic out from under him. But Jobe stayed steady and, armed with a new putter, closed out the win he had sought for nearly two decades.

Brandt Jobe’s 19-year victory wait is over at Principal Charity Classic

Time was churning backward in front of Brandt Jobe’s eyes. Back to 1998 in Japan, the last time he’d felt the glee of a professional win. Back to 1983 in California, the first time he’d met his college roommate and one of his primary competitors at this year’s Principal Charity Classic. Back to holes 15, 16 and 17 Sunday afternoon at Wakonda Club in Des Moines, the most recent times he’d made calm, measured strokes with his brand-new putter. Minutes later, on the 18th green, it was time... more

Brandt Jobe finally wins in his 403rd attempt on three U.S. tours, spanning more than 27 years

Brandt Jobe has been a journeyman for whom the journey never ended at his desired destination. On 402 occasions on three tours — PGA Tour, PGA Tour Champions and Web.com — he set out to win and failed. On Sunday, Jobe’s long run of futility that spanned more than 27 years as a professional ended when he won the Principal Charity Classic by one stroke.

Brandt Jobe wins Champions Tour Q-school

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Brandt Jobe won the Champions Tour qualifying tournament Friday to earn one of five fully exempt spots next year, closing with a 2-under 69 for a one-stroke victory. Jobe, a six-time winner on the Japan Golf Tour, had an 18-under 266 total on TPC Scottsdale’s Champions Course.

Brandt Jobe Leads Champions Tour Q-School

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Brandt Jobe shot a 5-under 66 on Thursday to increase his lead to two strokes in the Champions Tour qualifying tournament. The top-five finishers Friday will earn fully exempt status, and the next seven will be conditionally exempt. The top 30 finishers and ties will be eligible to compete for spots in open qualifiers.

Brandt Jobe Leads Champions Tour Q-School

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Brandt Jobe shot a 6-under 65 on Wednesday to take a one-stroke lead over Willie Wood and Gibby Gilbert in the Champions Tour qualifying tournament. Jobe, a six-time winner on the Japan Golf Tour, had an 11-under 131 total on TPC Scottsdale’s Champions Course. Wood, a PGA Tour and Champions Tour winner, had a 66, and Gilbert shot 68.

Jobe leads after Rd. 2 at Q-School final stage

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Brandt Jobe (Westlake, Texas), a veteran of the PGA TOUR who also won six times on the Japan Golf Tour, fired a 6-under-par 65 on Wednesday and holds a one-stroke lead over Willie Wood (Edmond, Oklahoma), a former winner on both the PGA TOUR and PGA TOUR Champions, and Gibby Gilbert (Ooletwah, Tennessee), the first-round leader, at the midway point of the PGA TOUR Champions National Qualifying Tournament at TPC Scottsdale’s Champions Course.

Champions Tour Q School

Leading after Round 2