Birthplace: Elizabethtown, KY
Residence: Franklin, KY;
— plays out of Country Creek GC
Birth Date: August 10, 1960
Turned Pro: 1982
14 PGA Tour Victories
- 2009 – Travelers Championship
- 2009 – FBR Open
- 2008 – The Memorial Tournament
- 2008 – Buick Open
- 2008 – John Deere Classic
- 2005 – Bank of America Colonial
- 2005 – Bay Hill Invitational
- 2003 – Greater Milwaukee Open
- 2003 – The Memorial Tournament
- 2003 – Bank of America Colonial
- 2001 – Buick Open
- 1995 – Bob Hope Chrysler Classic
- 1994 – New England Classic
- 1991 – The Memorial Tournament
5 Champions Tour Victories
Inducted into the Kentucky Sports Hall of Fame in 2003
Member of the 2004 & 2008 Ryder Cup teams
Member of the 1996, 2003, 2005 & 2009 Presidents Cup teams
- With his victory at The Memorial Tournament in 2008, Kenny joined Tiger Woods as the only player to win Jack Nicklaus’ tournament three times
- Kenny was the #1 Ball Striker on the PGA Tour in 2005.
- In 2002, Kenny received the prestigious Charles Bartlett Award for his continuing charitable contributions to the community.
- Kenny had 8 consecutive top 10 finishes in 2003, including 3 wins, as well as 3 top 10 finishes in the Majors (T3- U.S Open, T8- British Open, T10- PGA Championship)
- Kenny has shot a 59 in competitive professional golf.
- Kenny is a member of the Western Kentucky University Hall of Fame.
- In 2009, Kenny was awarded the Payne Stewart Award in recognition of his respect for the traditions of the game and his commitment to charitable giving.
- Kenny has added golf course design to his resume with the construction of Country Creek G.C. in his hometown of Franklin, Kentucky.
- Kenny owns, races and works on a variety of race cars.
- Kenny and his wife, Sandy, are proud parents of 3 children, Lesslye, Justin and Lindsey
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