Bruce Lee Fleisher is a professional golfer from Union City, Tennessee. Fleisher was born on October 16, 1948 in Union City, and is best known for being a part of the PGA Tour during his professional career.
When Fleisher was younger, he studied at Miami-Dade Junior College before proceeding to Furman University. During those years, he won the U.S. Amateur sometime in 1968 before he turned professional a year later.
As a professional golfer, Fleisher joined the PGA Tour and soon won the PGA Club Professional Championship once. His PGA Tour record was not that impressive, but it served its purpose with his one win on the PGA Tour which he won in 1991 at the New England Classic. He also had some victories at minor tournaments to add to his list.
Although his PGA Tour record was not exactly stellar, his performance on the Champions Tour was much more successful. So far he has won 18 events in the Champions Tour as well as one of the senior Major Championships, the 2001 U.S. Senior Open, as well as some events on the European Seniors Tour.
Overall, Fleisher has enjoyed 30 professional victories but only one of these was one on the PGA Tour and 18 on the Champions Tour. Fleisher has also appeared in 3 Major Championships, while he was not able to make the cut in 1969 for The Open Championship.