Born in Chicago Heights, Illinois, Mark Pfeil attended the University of Southern California where he helped lead the Trojans golf team to a seventh-place finish at the NCAA Championships in 1973 and a fourth-place finish a year later. While playing for USC, Mark was a two-time All-American and a member of the United States Walker Cup Team (1973).
After turning professional in 1974, Mark played the PGA TOUR off and on from 1976 to 2001. He made 375 starts and captured one victory at the 1980 Tallahassee Open.
He earned 12 top-10 finishes and had his career-best year in 1984 when he finished 69th on the official Money List with $101,878 in earnings.
In 2001, Mark placed 15th in the Champions Tour Qualifying Tournament, giving him eligibility to play the Champions Tour in 2002. He qualified again at the 2002 Tournament and played a second season in 2003. During his two consecutive seasons on the Champions Tour, Mark had seven top-25 finishes, including one top-10, a tie for 10th place at the 2002 NFL Golf Classic.
Mark now lives in Palos Verdes, California, with his wife Diana and two daughters, Kimberly Ann and Kathryn.
|AWARDS & HONORS|
|1973||Pacific-10 Conference Champion (USC)
Member of the United States Walker Cup Team
|PGA TOUR VICTORIES (1)|
|OTHER VICTORIES (3) (1)|
|1983||Anderson-Pacific Golf Classic|
|1985||Jerry Ford Invitational Golf Classic|