Brandt William Jobe (born August 1, 1965) is an American professional golfer.Jobe was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He attended UCLA where he was a member of the 1988 NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships winning team. He turned professional in 1988.In 1990, Jobe led the order of merit on the Canadian Tour. He won membership of the PGA Tour for 1991 via Qualifying School, but only made five cuts that year. After a few unsettled seasons, during which he won the 1994 Thailand Open he established himself on the Japan Golf Tour, where he played from 1995 to 1999 and won six tournaments. He returned to the PGA Tour as special temporary member in September 1999. He has played steadily despite a freak accident in his garage at home. After slicing his hand and severing several fingers with a shattered push broom, Jobe had significant hand and wrist surgery in 2003. He hasn't won on the PGA Tour, but has tied for second place three times, including two in 2005 when he played on a major medical exemption, and he has featured in the top fifty of the Official World Golf Rankings.
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