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PGA TOUR PLAYER
Jim Renner

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MEET JIM

Jim Renner is quickly making a name for himself on the professional golf circuit. He turned pro out of college in 2007, and has continued to see burgeoning success ever since. When it comes to success on the golf course, it definitely takes a certain kind of mentality. Renner was raised in a very sports-minded home, and that drive and passion for the game come to light when he hits the course.

Here on PGA golfer Jim Renner’s official website, you can learn more about what drives him in the game. You can also find news, tournament information, gear preferences, and much more. Learn more about professional golfer Jim Renner and follow along with the tour.

Turned Pro: 2010
Current Tour: PGA TOUR
Top Ten Finishes: 2

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CHARITIES

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Buck Renner Scholarship Fund

The John “Buck’ Renner Scholarship Fund, in honor of Jim Renner’s father, is intended to help a student golfer from either King Phillip High School in Wrentham, Massachusetts, or Bishop Feehan High School in Attleboro, Massachusetts further their education.

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Credibility International / American Heart Association

Web.Com Tour Player Jim Renner teamed up with new corporate sponsor, Credibility International, to raise money for American Heart Association. The DC based Credibility International, a forensic accounting firm, made donations to American Heart Association in memory of John “Buck” Renner, Jim’s father. American Heart Association Money Raised: $10,500

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IN THE NEWS

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Jim Renner improves putting, makes cut at Travelers

CROMWELL, Conn. — To have the kind of season that Jim Renner has put together — five made cuts in 20 starts, 236th in the points standings, no finish better than a tie for 61st — multiple areas of the game have been a struggle. […]

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