Height: 6 ft. 0 in
Weight: 275 lbs
College: University of Iowa
Turned Pro: 1986
Birthplace: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Country: United States
Sponsor: Taylor Made
Boros turned pro after graduating from the University of Iowa in 1986. His father is a member of the golf Hall of Fame, Julius Boros (three time Major Champion). During his career, Guy has played a lot on both the PGA and Nationwide Tours. For a number of years, Boros played on the mini tours in the United States without much success but topped the Canadian Tour money list in 1991. He won his PGA Tour card for the 1994 season after he finished 13th on the Nationwide Tour money list in 1993.
In his rookie season, Boros had eight top 25 finishes including four top 10s. His best finish of the season was a tie for 3rd at the Deposit Guaranty Golf Classic. He finished his rookie season at 76th ono the money list. He had another solid season in 1995 and went on to finish an improved 62nd on the money list. Boros scored his one and only PGA Tour victory in 1996. Despite having missed 14 cuts already that season, he captured the Greater Vancouver Open by one shot. The win came out of the blue in an otherwise poor season and gave him a badly needed two year Tour exemption.
If it wasn’t for the two year exemption, Boros would have lost his card in the 1998 season. The following year, he did lose his card after finishing 198th on the money list. After that, Boros only managed to play one more full season on the PGA Tour (2004) and spent most of his time playing on the Nationwide Tour. He has three wins on the second tier Tour, with two of them coming in 2003. He finished 13th in the Nationwide Tour standings and won the Lake Erie Charity Classic and the Dayton Open. He played on the Champions Tour for the last two years.