About Scott

Born April 18, 1989 in Manchester, Missouri, Scott Langley is a golfer on the PGA TOUR. Prior to earning his PGA TOUR card, Langley notably made the cut at the 2010 U.S. Open as an amateur. He cites the standing ovation he received at that tournament as his most thrilling moment in golf thus far. He turned professional in 2011 and earned his PGA TOUR card for 2013 at Qualifying School. By earning his card for 2013, he became the first First Tee alum to earn TOUR membership.

Scott amassed quite the resume of amateur accomplishments. Not only did he qualify for the aforementioned 2010 U.S. Open, he was low amateur at the event. He was a quarter-finalist at the 2010 U.S. Amateur, qualified for match play at the 2009 U.S. Amateur, and for stroke play at the same event in 2008. During his collegiate years at the University of Illinois, Langley won the 2010 NCAA individual championship. He was also a two-time All American.

Since turning professional in 2011, Langley has seen measured success. In his first event as a PGA TOUR member, he carded an -8 and led in the first round of the 2013 Sony Open in Hawaii. He ended the third round with a 65, tied for the lead with fellow PGA TOUR rookie Russell Henley.

Scott’s earliest golf memory was playing in the back yard with his family. His family raised him with a healthy love for sports. He’s an avid fan of the St. Louis Cardinals and Green Bay Packers. Scott’s dream golf foursome would include Aaron Rodgers, Will Ferrell, and his brother.

Not many people know that Langley can play the violin. He keeps a level head because he never travels without the Bible. His grandmother has leukemia, and that close family connection led Langley to be an avid supporter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.