Nov. 16, 2006
Former South Carolina All-American Brett Quigley completed his most successful season the PGA TOUR this fall. Quigley produced 10 top-10 showings and finished in the top 20 on the Tour’s Money List in 2006, earning $2,617,419. He made 22 cuts and placed among the top 15 in nearly half (15) of his 33 starts.
Quigley’s best finish was third-place, a feat he achieved twice, at the Barclays Classic (June 11) and the 84 Lumber Classic (Sept. 17). He was also fourth in the Bank of America Colonial and the Canadian Open (Sept. 10) and tied for fifth at the Verizon Heritage (April 16) in Hilton Head, S.C. Quigley made 22 cuts and placed among the top 15 in nearly half (15) of his 33 starts.
Since graduating from South Carolina in 1991, Quigley has played on the Nationwide and PGA Tours and has just wrapped up his 10th full season on TOUR. He has finished in the top 100 on the money list five of the last six seasons.
Quigley was an honorable mention All-American for the Gamecocks as a senior in 1991. The Barrington, R.I, native was a three-time all-Metro Conference selection and also earned GCAA Golf All-America Scholar honors twice during his Carolina career. Quigley helped the Gamecocks to the 1991 Metro Conference Championship and was named the team’s MVP in his final season.