Larry Gilbert, of Lexington, Ky., runner up in the 1990 Taylor Made PGA Professional National Championship, shot a 14-under-par 267 to capture the 1991 Taylor Made PGA Professional National Championship at Doral Resort and Country Club in Miami, Fla. It was Gilbert’s record third career PGA Professional National Championship victory.

In addition to a record winner’s check of $32,000, Gilbert earned exemptions into the 1992 PGA Championship, 1992 NEC World Series of Golf, three additional PGA Tour events and a spot on the 1992 PGA Cup Team.

Due to heavy rains, one of the three courses hosting the Championship was adjusted to a par 66, resulting in a large number of low scores. Gene Fieger, of Bryn Mawr, Pa., and Ron McDougal, of Purchase, N.Y., finished tied for second at 268, each collecting $19,500.

The top 40 PGA Professionals in the 1991 Taylor Made PGA Professional National Championship received exemptions into the 1992 PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis, Mo., and the top nine finishers joined 1990 PGA Professional National Champion Brett Upper as members of the 1992 PGA Cup Team.