United States

Chris DiMarco




Since turning pro in 1990, Chris DiMarco has distinguished himself as one of the toughest competitors in the world of golf today. Chris has won seven tournaments as a professional, including three on the PGA TOUR. Chris holds the record for the lowest 36-hole and 54-hole score for a Masters rookie. His runner-up finish in the 2005 Masters, following a playoff against Tiger Woods, and his second-place finish 2006 British Open cemented his status as one of the game’s top players. Chris hosts his own golf tournament at his local course in Heathrow, Fla. – the Norma DiMarco Tee Up For Life Golf Tournament – named after his mother who died of a heart attack in July 2006. The tournament has raised more than $4 million for children with cancer. Donations have been made to the American Cancer Society to support projects like "Reach Out for Cancer Kids," college scholarships and a research endowment. According to the American Cancer Society, the Norma DiMarco Tee Up For Life Tournament is the largest of its kind.

Career Highlights

  • Contributor to Golf Channel's Morning Drive
  • 2006 Abu Dhabi Golf Championship Winner
  • 2005 Masters Tournament Runner-up
  • 2004 & 2006 Ryder Cup team member
  • 2003 & 2005 President’s Cup team member
  • 2002 Phoenix Open Winner
  • 2001 Buick Challenge Winner
  • 2000 SEI Pennsylvania Classic Winner
  • 1992 Winner of Canadian Order of Merit

Personal Data

Full Name:
Christian Dean DiMarco

August 23, 1968

Huntington, NY

Orlando, FL

Wife, Amy; Children, Cristian, Amanda & Abigaile

University of Florida

Special Interests:
Family, sports

Turned Professional:

Official Website: http://www.chrisdimarco.us/

Tee Up For Life: http://teeupforlife.com/