Senior PGA golfers as of 2015 include Bernhard Langer, Woody Austin, Colin Montgomerie and Estaban Toledo. Langer, a German-born golfer who turned pro in 1972 has an average score 68.84 and sits in third place in the Charles Schwab Cup rankings. He uses his platform as a professional golfer to aid charities including Youth For Christ and other child and community-focused charitable organizations.
At the PGA championship in 2013, Austin incurred a severe penalty when he carried too many clubs in his golf bag. Austin realized the mistake after two holes but incurred a mandatory two-stroke penalty on each of the two holes. The mistake took him out of contention. Austin finished second at Southern Hills in 2007, where Tiger Woods was the only golfer that beat him.
Montgomerie won the 2015 senior PGA championship, the Euro Tour and the Ryder Cup. Montgomerie, who is Scottish, attended Houston Baptist University. He became a professional golfer in 1987.
Esteban Toledo is a Mexican golfer for the senior PGA. With his earnings, Toledo established the Esteban Toledo Family Foundation, which seeks to help children worldwide with basic needs such as food and shelter, as well as Christian ministry. Toledo is a former ambassador of the Get a Grip Foundation.