Sean M. O'Hair (born July 11, 1982) is an American professional golfer.O'Hair was born in Lubbock, Texas. Unlike the vast majority of contemporary American professional golfers,citation needed] O'Hair did not go to college. He turned professional in 1999 after his junior year at high school at Brophy College Preparatory in Phoenix, Arizona under the direction of his father, Marc O'Hair, who sold his share of the family shutter business in Lubbock for $2.75 million to develop Sean into a touring pro. The elder O'Hair moved the family to Florida and enrolled Sean in the David Leadbetter Golf Academy.A featured article by Steve Elling in the January 21, 2005 Golf World alleged:Marc O'Hair, 52, signed management contracts with his son, says he invested $2 million in his boy's professional future and subjected Sean to a physical and psychological regimen that would make most drill sergeants blush. Sean broke free in 2002 and has not spoken to his father since a perfunctory greeting at Sean's wedding more than two years ago.
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