Casey’s Bio

About Casey Wittenberg

Casey Wittenberg was born on November 30, 1984 in Memphis, Tennessee. He played collegiate golf at Oklahoma State University, and had a very successful amateur golf career. In 2004, Wittenberg finished 13th at the Masters Tournament as an amateur. This was the lowest amateur finish at the tournament in 41 years. He registered the lowest Sunday back 9 score of any amateur in Masters history.

Wittenberg turned professional in 2004, and has played in the PGA TOUR, Web.com Tour, and mini-tours. He won his first event on a major tour at the Web.com Tour’s Chitimacha Louisiana Open in 2012. That same year, he was the leading money winner on the Web.com Tour and was named Player of the Year.

Casey is a big fan of House. He says Tokyo is the most memorable city he has visited. His favorite food is steak–medium-rare. Casey says, “I’m a red-meat Southern boy.” He splits his college football allegiances between LSU and his alma mater, Oklahoma State.

Casey’s father, Jim, was a collegiate golfer at LSU who played two seasons (1975 and 1977) on the PGA TOUR. Jim’s top finish was a T8 at the 1977 Oklahoma City Open.

Select Career Stats

  • Finished¬†#1 on 2012 WEB.COM Tour Money List with more than $433k in earnings
  • Winner 2012 WEB.COM Tour Chitimacha Louisiana Open
  • Winner 2012 WEB.COM Tour Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open
  • 2nd at 2012 WEB.COM Neediest Kids Championship
  • 3rd at 2012 WEB.COM Tour Nationwide Children’s Hospital Invitational
  • 10th at 2012 US Open Championship
  • 6th at 2012 WEB.COM Tour Mexico Open presented by Banamex
  • PGA Tour Member in 2009
  • WEB.COM Tour Member in 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012
  • Finished 47th on 2011 Nationwide Tour Money List
  • Low Amateur at 2004 Masters Tournament finishing T-13
  • Winner of 2007 NGA Tour Kandy Waters Memorial
  • Winner of 2007 NGA Tour Flora Bama Lounge Classic
  • Winner of 2006 NGA Tour Pearl River Resort Golf Classic
  • Member of 2003 USA Walker Cup Team
  • Winner of 2003 Southern Amateur
  • Winner of 2003 Porter Cup
  • Winner of 2003 Terra Cotta Invitational
  • Winner of 2001 Azalea Invitational