Who is Jim Furyk’s wife Tabitha, when did USA Ryder Cup 2018 captain marry her and how many children do couple have?

JIM FURYK will be helped by wife Tabitha as he leads Team USA in their bid to retain the Ryder Cup.

The PGA Tour legend has had his glamorous wife by his side for much of his career.

 Jim Furyk with wife Tabitha

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Jim Furyk with wife Tabitha

Who is Jim Furyk's wife Tabitha and how did they meet?

The 2003 US Open champion met his wife at the 1995 Memorial Tournament, hosted by Jack Nicklaus.

Recalling how he came into her life, Furyk said: "I walked off the green [after my round] and was goofing around with some kids and Tabitha caught my eye, so I said hello to her.

"I was a little shy about going up and talking to her.

"Then Ray (Tabitha’s Boss) came up to interview me. The whole while he was interviewing me I kind of positioned myself so that I could keep checking her out.

 Jim and Tabitha pose with the Ryder Cup

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Jim and Tabitha pose with the Ryder Cup

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"And Ray noticed, and he’s the one that ended up kind of introducing us and getting us started."

When did Jim Furyk and wife Tabitha get married?

Furyk proposed at the 2000 US Open at Pebble Beach.

The course, on the Monterey Peninsula in California, is one of the most idyllic and picturesque courses in the world, so he did a good job.

The couple married later that year.

 The couple have two children together

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The couple have two children together

Speaking of the proposal, Tabitha said: "Going back to Pebble Beach every year is really a special occasion for us."

How many children to Jim Furyk and wife Tabitha have?

The couple have two children.

Daughter Caleigh Lynn was born in 2002.

And son Tanner James was born in 2004.

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JIM FURYK will be helped by wife Tabitha as he leads Team USA in their bid to retain the Ryder Cup.