However, McCumber has joined Stockton in the teaching ranks, where he has become a putting guru to professionals such as Phil Mickelson. He also writes a golf blog at www.stocktongolf.com.
McCumber was born on January 4th, 1964 in San Diego, California. He graduated from Desert Mountain High School in Lake Elsinore, California in 1992. He attended Stanford University, where he played college golf, before turning professional in 1995.
He is married to Jennifer Sullivan McCumber with one son named Finley Lewis McCumber who was born in 2004. They live in Stockton, California.
In 2007, McCumber became the full-time putter for Stockton, replacing Jeff Maggert. He has been working with Stockton since 1999, when he served as an instructor during summer camps and educational programs for children. In 2008, he began working with the team on a full-time basis.
As of 2016, McCumber still works with Stockton as their full-time putting coach. He also serves as an analyst for Stockton's sports television channel.
Jacksonville, Florida, United States Mark Tyler McCumber (born April 4, 1991) is a professional golfer from the United States who currently competes on the PGA Tour. He is the son of professional golfer Mark McCumber, the 1988 Players Champion and a 10-time PGA Tour champion.
He has won three events on the Korn Ferry Tour, all in 2015: the Sanderson Farms Championship, the Boeing Classic, and the FedEx St. Jude Classic. That year he also finished second in the money list race on the tour to earn his spot at the Masters Tournament. His third-place finish at Augusta National earned him $1.5 million.
McCumber turned pro in 2015 after completing college at the University of South Carolina. He lives in Jacksonville with his family. He has two siblings; a sister, Ashley, who is also a golf professional, and a brother, Andrew, who plays baseball for The College of Charleston.
His father died in October 2016 while playing in a tournament in Mexico City. He had been diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer two months earlier and had been unable to play since then because of it. At the time of his death, he was ranked 14th among active players on the World Golf Ranking.
In January 2017, just over a month after his father's death, McCumber fired his coach Pat Goss after several years working with him.
Following four seasons as the wide receivers coach in Jacksonville, Keenan McCardell has moved on to a new position in the NFL. Following the departure of the Jaguars' coaching staff, a Jacksonville fan favorite has moved on and found a new career in the NFL.
After one season with the Jaguars, McCardell joined former teammate Aaron Ross's coaching staff with the Atlanta Falcons. He stayed with the team for three years before moving on again, this time to New York City where he accepted an offensive quality control role with the New York Jets. In January 2015, it was reported that McCardell would be returning to his old job as receivers coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars. He will work under current Jaguars head coach Jack Del Rio who he worked with during his first two seasons with the team.
McCardell started his NFL coaching career in 2007 after five seasons as a player/coach with the Jaguars. He spent three years as a receiver coach before being promoted to assistant head coach / defensive coordinator in 2010. McCardell helped the Jaguars defense rank fifth in 2011 before leaving the team to join Aaron Ross's coaching staff in Atlanta. When Ross was fired after the 2013 season, McCardell followed him to Jacksonville where he has remained since.
McCarver, now 79, resides in Florida, so every job would require him to fly. He has said that he loves his life in broadcasting and does not plan to retire any time soon.
He is an inductee into the Baseball Hall of Fame and was named the best color commentator in baseball by both Sports Illustrated and ESPN.
Before becoming a broadcaster, McCarver played third base for the New York Yankees from 1969 to 1973. During that time, the team won two World Series titles. After leaving the Yankees, he had a nine-year career as a player-manager in the minor leagues before calling games on TV.
In 1990, McCarver was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease but continues to do broadcast work regularly. He is an ambassador for several charities related to Alzheimer's disease and other mental illnesses.
Tim McCarver was born on January 4th, 1943 in San Francisco, California. He was one of three children of Edward John "Doc" McCarver, who worked as a doctor's office manager after retiring from baseball, and Edna Mae (née Hester) McCarver.
Matthew McCants (born August 18, 1989) is an American football offensive tackle who currently plays for the XFL's St. Louis BattleHawks. He started 42 games as left tackle for the University of Alabama in Birmingham during his collegiate career.
He was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the seventh round of the 2013 NFL Draft. McCants played his first two seasons with the Dolphins, starting 13 games before being waived during the 2015 season. He signed with the Kansas City Chiefs that year and started eight games before being placed on injured reserve. After one season with the Chiefs, McCants joined the Oakland Raiders, where he started 14 games before being released in December 2017. In January 2018, he was signed by the New York Guardians of the XFL but was released at the end of training camp. McCants then re-joined the Battlehawks in October 2019.
McCants attended Columbia High School in Columbia, South Carolina. There he played football for three years and also competed in track and field. He began his college career at North Carolina State before transferring to Alabama-Birmingham. As a senior, he helped lead the Blazers to the Division II national championship game.
McCants was drafted by the Dolphins with the 231st overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. In his first two seasons with the team, he started 13 games at left tackle before being placed on injured reserve in 2015.
A college education McCourty attended Rutgers University and began playing football for the Scarlet Knights in 2005. He played defensive back for the Scarlet Knights, and after his freshman season, he started training with the team as a wide receiver.
In 2009, McCourty decided to switch positions with teammate Jason McCourty (no relation) and play cornerback instead. He stayed at that position for the rest of his time at Rutgers, and he was selected by the New England Patriots in the sixth round of the 2011 NFL Draft. Devin has since become one of the top free safety's in the league.
After graduating from Rutgers with a bachelor's degree in communications in 2010, McCourty entered the draft again. This time he was picked by the Tennessee Titans in the first round. He joined his brother on the Patriots as well, and both players have been key members of their respective teams ever since.
Both Devin and Jason McCourty are winners of the Jim Thorpe Award which is given to the best defensive back in college football. Devin received the award in 2012 and 2013 while playing for Rutgers. He's also a two-time All-American and two-time First Team All-Big East selection.