Len was six when his father Louis encouraged him to take up golf. Though he started early, it wasn’t until high school that Len began to elevate his game, eventually becoming the #1 ranked player in Junior Golf by Golf Magazine. His skill and fortitude earned Len a scholarship to Wake Forest where he was a two time All-American and key member of the 1986 NCAA National Championship team.
Since turning pro in 1990, Len has enjoyed an extremely successful career on the PGA Tour. He has played in over 400 PGA Tour Tournaments and has achieved $7,000,000 in official earnings. In 2002 he won the Nissan Open and the Fed Ex St. Jude Classic. In 2003 he finished runner up at the Masters after a dramatic playoff. He is also the champion of the Compaq World Putting Championship.
Winner of 2 PGA Tour Tournaments
7 million in PGA Tour career earnings
All American at Wake Forest University
1st ranked Junior in USA 1985