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Bruce Lee Fleisher (born October 16 1948) is an Americanmarker professional golfer.

Fleisher was born in Union City, Tennesseemarker. He attended Miami-Dade Junior College and Furman Universitymarker. He won the U.S. Amateur in 1968 and turned professional in 1969. As a club professional, he won the PGA Club Professional Championship once. His regular tournament career was modest, with one win on the PGA Tour, the 1991 New England Classic, and a few wins in minor tournaments. He has been much more successful on the Champions Tour with 18 wins, including one senior major, the 2001 U.S. Senior Open. He also has one win on the European Seniors Tour, which came in 2000 at the Irish Seniors Open.

Amateur wins



Professional wins (30)

PGA Tour wins (1)



Other wins (9)



Champions Tour wins (18)

Legend
Champions Tour Major Championships (1)
Other Champions Tour (17)


No. Date Tournament Winning Score Margin of
Victory
Runner(s)-up
1 Feb 7, 1999 Royal Caribbean Classic -11 (66-69-70=205) |2 strokes |{{flagicon|JPN}} [[Isao Aoki]] |- |2 |Feb 14, [[1999 Senior PGA Tour|1999]] |[[American Express Invitational]] |-13 (67-67-69=203) |3 strokes |{{flagicon|USA}} [[Larry Nelson]] |- |3 |Apr 25, [[1999 Senior PGA Tour|1999]] |[[The Home Depot Invitational]] |-11 (69-67-69=205) |1 stroke |{{flagicon|USA}} [[Terry Dill]], {{flagicon|USA}} [[Jim Holtgrieve]] |- |4 |Jun 13, [[1999 Senior PGA Tour|1999]] |[[BellSouth Senior Classic at Opryland]] |-16 (71-63-66=200) |1 stroke |{{flagicon|USA}} [[Al Geiberger]] |- |5 |Aug 8, [[1999 Senior PGA Tour|1999]] |[[Lightpath Long Island Classic]] |-10 (64-69-73=206) |2 strokes |{{flagicon|USA}} [[Allen Doyle]] |- |6 |Oct 10, [[1999 Senior PGA Tour|1999]] |[[The Transamerica]] |-17 (66-66-67=199) |1 stroke |{{flagicon|USA}} [[Allen Doyle]] |- |7 |Oct 24, [[1999 Senior PGA Tour|1999]] |[[EMC Kaanapali Classic]] |-17 (65-67-67=199) |1 stroke |{{flagicon|USA}} [[Allen Doyle]] |- |8 |Feb 6, [[2000 Senior PGA Tour|2000]] |[[Royal Caribbean Classic]] |30 points (6-16-8=30) |2 points |{{flagicon|ARG}} [[Vicente Fernandez (golfer)|Vicente Fernández]] |- |9 |Feb 20, [[2000 Senior PGA Tour|2000]] |[[GTE Classic]] |-16 (67-64-69=200) |4 strokes |{{flagicon|USA}} [[Dana Quigley]] |- |10 |May 7, [[2000 Senior PGA Tour|2000]] |[[The Home Depot Invitational]] |-13 (67-68-68=203) |Playoff |{{flagicon|USA}} [[Hubert Green]] |- |11 |Jul 30, [[2000 Senior PGA Tour|2000]] |[[Lightpath Long Island Classic]] |-18 (63-66-69=198) |2 strokes |{{flagicon|USA}} [[Dana Quigley]] |- |12 |Apr 22, [[2001 Senior PGA Tour|2001]] |[[Las Vegas Senior Classic]] |-8 (70-68-70=208) |3 strokes |{{flagicon|ESP}} [[José Maria Cañizares]], {{flagicon|ARG}} [[Vicente Fernandez (golfer)|Vicente Fernández]],
{{flagicon|USA}} [[Walter Hall (golfer)|Walter Hall]], {{flagicon|USA}} [[Hale Irwin]],
{{flagicon|USA}} [[Doug Tewell]], {{flagicon|USA}} [[Larry Nelson]] |- |13 |May 6, [[2001 Senior PGA Tour|2001]] |[[The Home Depot Invitational]] |-15 (66-67-68=201) |3 strokes |{{flagicon|ZAF}} [[John Bland]] |-bgcolor="#e5d1cb" |14 |Jul 1, [[2001 Senior PGA Tour|2001]] | '''[[U.S. Senior Open]]''' |E (69-71-72-68=280) |1 stroke |{{flagicon|JPN}} [[Isao Aoki]], {{flagicon|USA}} [[Gil Morgan]] |- |15 |Feb 24, [[2002 Senior PGA Tour|2002]] |[[RJR Championship]] |-8 (75-66-67=208) |1 stroke |{{flagicon|USA}} [[Hale Irwin]], {{flagicon|USA}} [[Gary McCord]] |- |16 |Feb 23, [[2003 Champions Tour|2003]] |[[Verizon Classic]] |-8 (68-70-67=205) |1 stroke |{{flagicon|USA}} [[Hale Irwin]] |- |17 |Feb 8, [[2004 Champions Tour|2004]] |[[Royal Caribbean Golf Classic]] |-6 (69-70-71=210) |1 stroke |{{flagicon|USA}} [[Dana Quigley]] |- |18 |May 2, [[2004 Champions Tour|2004]] |[[Bruno's Memorial Classic]] |-16 (64-68-68=200)
7 strokes Bruce Lietzke, D. A. Weibring


European Senior Tour wins (1)



Maccabiah Games

Fleisher won a gold medal at the 1969 Maccabiah Games in Israel, and he coached the U.S. golf team at the 1989 Games.

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