Glen Hnatiuk

Glen Hnatiuk
Personal information
Born (1965-05-15) May 15, 1965
Selkirk, Manitoba, Canada
Height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight 185 lb (84 kg; 13.2 st)
Nationality  Canada
College University of Southern Mississippi
Turned professional 1990
Former tour(s) PGA Tour
Nationwide Tour
Professional wins 4
Number of wins by tour Tour 4

Glen Hnatiuk (born May 15, 1965) is a Canadian professional golfer.

Early life

Hnatiuk was born in Selkirk, Manitoba, Canada and attended the University of Southern Mississippi for college in the United States. He turned professional in 1990 and would then play on the Nationwide Tour for many years.

Professional career

Hnatiuk played his first full season on the Nationwide Tour in 1992, picking up one win in his rookie season and over $50,000 in season long earnings, but did not get his PGA Tour card. He would play at Q-School later that year, but finished T85.

In 1993, in 28 events on the Nationwide Tour, Hnatiuk made only four cuts and $4,000. After playing full seasons on the Nationwide Tour until 1997, picking up his second and third career wins in playoffs on tour in 1995 and 1996, earning about $200,000 in those two seasons combined. His 1998 PGA Tour season was not very successful, half of his cuts missed, and only $148,000 in earnings.

The 1999 Nationwide Tour season was again a good one for Hnatiuk, picking up his 4th career win and $176,000 in earnings. He played on the PGA Tour in 2000, finishing with two top-10s and 5 top-25s. He finished with $482,000 in earnings.

The 2001 PGA Tour season included five top-25s and over $400,000 in earnings and conditional status for Hnatiuk for 2002. In 2002, he made over $500,000 with eight top-25s, one of which was at the St. Jude Classic, where he held a four stroke lead going into th final round, but shot a final round 77 to finish T14.[1]

Hnatiuk would play a full season in 2003,[2] nine events in 2004, and a full season in 2005,[3] making over $650,000 in those three seasons combined, but going back to the Nationwide Tour for 2006.

His latest season on the Nationwide Tour was in 2006, making 11 of 20 cuts and only a little over $50,000 in earnings.

Hnatiuk played three Nationwide Tour events in 2007, making one cut. He has not played an event on the Nationwide Tour or PGA Tour since August 2007.

Hnatiuk plays in the Canadian Tour Players Cup, which is considered major on the Canadian Tour.[4]

He has over $2,000,000 in career earnings on the PGA Tour and over $580,000 in career earnings on the Nationwide Tour.

Personal life

Hnatuik now is a school teacher at the school [Explorer K-8].

Professional wins (4)

Nationwide Tour (4)

Team appearances

See also


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