The American golfer, John Rollins was born in June 25, 1975 in Richmond, Virginia. He was featured in the top 50 of the Official World Golf Rankings. He had 2 major wins achieved in the PGA Tour- the 2002 Bell Canadian Open and the 2006 B.C. Open.
33 year-old John joined Virginia University to complete his Mass Communication degree. He turned professional and focused full time in his golfing career in 1997.
His best results in major championships were in 2007 when he had a tie 20 in the Masters and tie 42 in the U.S. Open. He also had a tie 40 in the 2005 PGA Championships and in the tie 70 in the 2003 and 2008 British Open.
John played more or less 30 events every year since 2004 to 2008.
Some of the tournaments John took part in 2008 were Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, Buick Invitational, FBR Open, Northern Trust Open, Pods Championship, Arnold Palmer International, WGC-CA Championship, Shell Houston Open, The Masters, Verizon Heritage, EDS Byron Nelson Championship, Shell Houston Open, The Masters, AT&T Classic, Crowne Plaza Invitational Colonial, Memorial Tournament, U.S Open, Wyndham Championship, Barclays, Reno-Tahoe Open, and the Deutsche Bank.
Five of the tournaments gave him the best results for his golfing career in 2008. These are: Legends Reno-Tahoe Open where he tied second; Buick Open where he tied ninth; AT&T Classic where he tied eleventh; the Northern Trust Open and the Verizon Heritage where he tied fourteenth.
In 2007, John was in the top 26th in the Official World Golf rankings. In 2008 he is in the 96th position. As of 2010, Rollins has 4 professional wins, 3 on the PGA Tour and 1 on the Nationwide Tour. However, the year was not progressive for the golfer as he missed the cut in two Major Championships and chose not to play in the other two.