Lance Ten Broeck, Former American Professional golfer is dead


Born in Chicago, Illinois, on March 21, 1956, Ten Broeck grew up in Beverly, a community on the city’s southwest side.

He attended the University of Texas, where he played golf as a member of the university’s golf team from 1975 to 1976.

During his time at the university, Ten Broeck was a two-time All-American and the winner of the Massingill trophy in 1975, a testament to his exceptional skill and dedication to the sport.


Ten Broeck turned pro in 1977, and his career in professional golfing was marked with many notable achievements.

He played on the PGA Tour from 1980 to 2006, during which time he won the 1991 Fort Wayne Open.

He also played on the Nationwide Tour, now known as the Korn Ferry Tour, and won the 1985 Ben Hogan Gateway Open.

Later in his career, Ten Broeck played on the Champions Tour, a professional senior golf tour, where he won the 2020 Insperity Invitational.

Lance Ten Broeck Cause of Death

Lance Ten Broeck, a well-known American professional golfer, passed away in April 2023. The cause of his death is not yet known.

He left behind a legacy of impressive achievements in the golfing world, having played on the PGA Tour, Nationwide Tour, and Champions Tour.

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