About Len Mattiace


It all started when…

Len was six when his father Louis encouraged him to take up golf. Len is left-handed, but he plays golf right- handed. Though he started early, it wasn’t until high school that Len began to elevate his game, eventually becoming the #1 ranked player in Junior Golf. His skill and fortitude earned Len a scholarship to Wake Forest where he was a two time All- American and key member of the 1986 NCAA National Championship team.

After turning pro in 1990, Len has enjoyed a successful career highlighted by two PGA TOUR wins and a dramatic, runner up finish at the Masters. Since turning 50, Len has never been more confident about his game. He’s looking forward to a successful 2018 on PGA TOUR Champions.


Little Known Facts

  • Has his own charitable organization, the Len Mattiace Foundation, that aids Jacksonville, Fla., charities with a series of golf events. Also supports The First Tee of Jacksonville.

  • He ranks T29th in Short Game Rating on the PGA TOUR.

  • Made over 200 PGA TOUR career cuts

  • Played in The Masters as an Amateur in college

  • Ranked best bunker player on TOUR from 1998-2003

  • Played 126 Holes for charity at the TPC in 1 day

  • Established Len Mattiace Scholarship Fund at Wake Forest

  • Favorite golf courses: TPC Sawgrass and Pebble Beach

  • If he wasn’t a PGA TOUR golfer, Len would be a Secret Service Agent