Ronnie Black PGA Champions Tour and Two-Time PGA Tour Winner
Ronnie Black has seen success at every level of play in the game of golf beginning with his New Mexico State High School Championships in 1976 & 1977 through to winning the 1981 Southland Conference Championship while attending Lamar University. A steady force on the PGA Tour for over 20 years Ronnie exhibited the talents available only to a rare few who have every played the game. A long and successful career continues while playing the PGA Tour’s Champions Tour today. An “old school” player known for his short game, creativity and “feel” for the game, Ronnie is one of the most knowledgeable players about the “art” of the golf swing.
PGA Tour & Champions Tour Highlights
- 1983 Southern Open Champion (PGA Tour)
- 1984 Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic Champion (PGA Tour)
- Two Runner-Up finishes in Champions Tour events
- Career PGA Tour & Champions Tour earnings total over $4M.
- 1995 Pebble Beach Invitational Champion
- 1987 Arizona Open Champion
- Career Major Championship best T6 in the 1984 Masters Tournament
What Michael says about Ronnie Black…”What can you honestly say about a talent and proven veteran like Ronnie Black. It has been my privilege to have worked with Ronnie since 2000, sharing and learning the insight and perspective of one of the most knowledgeable players in the game. I can truly say that I have learned more from Ronnie on how to work with players at the highest level than anyone I have ever worked with. He has shared with me some incredible insight on his past experiences and it’s no surprise through our work on why he has been so successful. Every day is a learning experience with Ronnie, one I value greatly. Ronnie is not only a student who’s committed to improvement; he is also a great friend.
My goals for Ronnie are pretty simple, and that would be for him to improve his short list of weaknesses, and gain his first victory on the Champions Tour. Oh…and keep sharing with me his vast knowledge and experiences in the game. I guess that might actually be a goal for me!