This Throwback Thursday is a special one, because it marks the start of a new series: Name The Obscure Golfer From The '90s.
Do you pride yourself on your historical golf knowledge? Then this one should be no problem. Question: Who is this man?
Are you ready? Ok, here we go...
If you selected Ed Humenik, then you chose correctly. And in case you were wondering: Humenik first joined the PGA Tour in 1989 via Q-School but lost his card, only to regain it via the Ben Hogan Tour the following year. He plodded around on the PGA Tour for the next five years without ever really doing much before eventually retiring. He made $733,766.87 over the course of his career.