Height: 6 ft. 0 in
Weight: 190 lbs
College: University of Texas
Turned Pro: 1996
Birthplace: Dallas, Texas
Country: United States
Frazar played golf at the University of Texas where he was a three time All American. He initially decided not to turn pro and instead pursued a career in real estate. He was convinced by a mentor to give pro golf a shot so he turned pro in 1996. Frazar played on the Nationwide Tour in 1997 and managed to win a PGA Tour card after finishing 13th on the money list. ON his way to this good finish, he won his first pro event at the Nike South Carolina Classic.
He finished his rookie season 63rd on the money list after registering three top 10s. His best result came at the Byron Nelson Golf Classic, where he finished runner up to John Cook. The 1999 season brought another runner up finish, this time at the COMPAQ Classic of New Orleans.
Frazar began to play some very consistent golf over the next few years. The 2004 season brought a career best year with it. He finished runner up in two tournaments and third in another. One of the second place finishes was a play-off loss to Ernie Els after three holes at the Sony Open in Hawaii. He finished the year 48th on the money list.
It was not until 2011 that Frazar finally captured that elusive PGA Tour win. It came at his 355th event on the PGA Tour, the FedEx St. Jude Classic. He won after a play-off with Robert Karlsson. While he had been thinking about retiring, his career was given a new lease of life after the win, including a first ever invitation to the Masters. A back injury has curtailed his play since and Frazar is currently thinking about giving up the touring life.