Brandt Jobe has distinguished himself at all levels, beginning with his victory in the 1983 Colorado Golf Association Junior Stroke Play Championship as a high school student at Kent Denver. The next year, Jobe won the CGA Junior Match Play Championship, and claimed the first of three CGA Match Play Championships during a five-year span. In 1985, Jobe became only the eighth player since 1937 to win both the CGA Stroke Play and CGA Match Play in the same year.
Following an initial one-year stint on the PGA Tour, Jobe returned home to win the 1992 Colorado Open, the first Open held at a site other than Hiwan Golf Club. He then headed overseas and eventually earned nine international victories, mostly in Japan.
Having reached the top 50 in the 1999 world rankings, Jobe rejoined the PGA Tour. In the new millennium, he’s posted four second-place finishes on Tour, including in the 2005 International in Castle Rock. His other runner-ups were in the 2011 Memorial, 2002 Michelob Championship at Kingsmill and in the 2005 BellSouth Classic, where he lost in a playoff.
Since turning 50 in 2015, Jobe has won two PGA Tour Champions tournaments—the 2017 Principal Charity Classic in Des Moines, Iowa, and the 2019 Boeing Classic in Snoqualmie, Wash.