Nick Price (born January 28, 1957 in Durban, South Africa), is a professional golfer.
His early life was spent in Zimbabwe, a time that included a stint in the army during that country's civil war. He began his professional golf career in 1977 on the Southern Africa Tour, before moving to the PGA European Tour and finally the PGA TOUR in 1983.
After a promising start, with a victory in his first year in the USA, his career faded somewhat before an impressive comeback at the beginning of the nineties.
By the mid-nineties Price was regarded as the best player in the world, and in 1994 he won two majors, The Open and the PGA Championship, adding to his first major (also the PGA Championship) from 1992. He spent 43 weeks at number 1 in the Official World Golf Rankings. He was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2003.
Although Price continues to play professionally, he has expanded into golf design with his own company operating out of Florida, and he has his own line of signature golf apparel.
PGA Tour victories
1983 World Series of Golf.
1991 GTE Byron Nelson Golf Classic, Canadian Open.
1992 PGA Championship, H.E.B. Texas Open.
1993 The Players Championship, Canon Greater Hartford Open, Sprint Western Open, Federal Express St. Jude Classic.
1994 Honda Classic, Southwestern Bell Colonial, Motorola Western Open, The Open Championship, PGA Championship, Bell Canadian Open.
1997 MCI Classic.
1998 FedEx St. Jude Classic.
2002 MasterCard Colonial.