Bruce Fleisher Death – Obituary: American Professional Golfer is Dead

Bruce Fleisher Death – Obituary: News reaching out desk is that American Professional Golfer, Bruce Fleisher has passed away. It is with great sadness to announce his death.

Bruce Fleisher’s Cause of Death is Cancer. His death came to our notice on September 24, 2021. Bruce is well known golfer, his passion and mentor spirit has earned him a lot of fame as a golfer.

I lost an old friend today. RIP Bruce Fleisher. Condolences to Wendy his wife and his family. Prayers sent 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

— Bob Grissett Golf (@bobgrissett) September 23, 2021

Bruce Fleisher passed away at the age of 72 years old.  He was born in Union City, Tennessee on October 16, 1948. He survived his wife Wendy. They both lived in the Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, area.

Fleisher became involved in golf at age seven by working as a caddie with his two brothers. Fleisher attended Miami-Dade Junior College and Furman University. In 1968 at age 19, he became the third-youngest player to win the U.S. Amateur. He also was the low amateur at the 1969 Masters Tournament. He turned professional in 1969.

He started his international golf career at the Maccabiah Games in 1969, and then became a professional player after his return. Bruce spent most of his career as a professional club player and won the PGA Club Professional Championship in 1989. He won a PGA Tour title in the 1991 New England Classic and then had a successful career on the Senior PGA Tour (now the Championship). travel).

Bruce won 18 victories, including a major tournament-the 2001 US Senior Open. He was the first player to win back-to-back victories in the first two Champions Tour games, which helped him win the 1999 Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year awards. Bruce also won the European Seniors Tour in 2000 and participated in the Irish Seniors Open.

Bruce’s experience in Israel as a member of the American Maccabia team changed his life. He is proud of being Jewish, and as a supporter of the golf tournament held in Palm Beach every year, he keeps in touch with Maccabi, USA, to help the organization raise funds. He lives in the Palm Beach Gardens area with his wife Wendy, and has a daughter Jennifer and grandson Jacob.