Shaun Micheel

2022 Inductee

Shaun Micheel moved to Memphis in 1973 when his father began his career as a pilot with Federal Express. Micheel was a two-time high school individual state champion. He went on to attend Indiana University, where he earned First Team All-American honors while winning the Big Ten Championship and leading the Hoosiers to the team conference title. He has since been inducted into the Indiana University Athletics Hall of Fame. Micheel turned professional in 1992 and earned victories in the 1998 Singapore Open and the 1999 Nike Greensboro Open. The highlight of his professional career came in 2003 when he won the 85th PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York. Micheel was runner-up in the 2006 World Match Play in London after defeating Tiger Woods on his way to the finals. He has made 399 starts on the PGA Tour and now competes on the PGA Champions Tour. He and his wife Stephanie have two children, Dade & Marin.