Height: 6 ft. in
Weight: 201 lbs
College: Virginia Commonwealth University
Turned Pro: 1997
Birthplace: Richmond, Virginia
Country: United States
Rollins played college golf in his native Virginia and turned pro upon graduating in 1997. He plied his trade on the various mini Tours for a number of years.
Rollins played 27 events in his rookie season but only managed to make the cut in eight events. His best result was a tie for 9th at the Greater Milwaukee Open. He lost his card after finishing his rookies season 171ston the money list. In 2001 he played on the Nationwide Tour and ended the season 6th in the ranking hence earning a PGA Tour card for the following season. He won once, at the Hershey Open, and finished in 3rdplace on three occasions.
He captured his first PGA Tour title in 2002 at the Bell Canadian Open after he beat Justin Leonard and Neal Lancaster in a play-off. This was one of sic top 10 finishes that season on his way to ending the year 25th on the money list. The following year he narrowly missed out on capturing the Buick Classic after he lost to Jonathan Kaye in a play-off. Rollins won his second PGA Tour title in 2006 at the B.C. Open. He won after finishing a single stroke ahead of Bob May.
Over the next three seasons, Rollins had five runner-up finishes including a play-off loss to Charley Hoffman at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic. It was in 2009 that Rollins captured his third and most recent PGA Tour title at the Legends Reno-Tahoe Open where he won by three shots. He also had two runner-up finishes on his way to ending the year 28th on the money list. Rollins has played steady golf since 2009 without threatening to win another title. His best Major Championship finish to date is a tie for 20th at the 2007 US Masters.