Stephan Jäger (born 30 May 1989), also known as Stephan Jaeger, is a German professional golfer. He played collegiate golf at University of Tennessee-Chattanooga.
He qualified for the 2015 U.S. Open where he shot 74-80 to miss the cut.
At the 2016 Ellie Mae Classic, Jäger shot a 58 in the first round and followed it up with rounds of 65-64-63 to claim his first Web.com Tour victory. He set the 72-hole aggregate record with his 250 and tied the to-par record, at 30 under par, and won by 7 strokes over Rhein Gibson. He also set the 36-hole and 54-hole records. Despite the win, Jäger finished 28th on the regular season money list, three spots short of a guaranteed PGA Tour card.
In 2017, Jäger won twice on the Web.com Tour, finishing fifth on the regular-season money list and earning a PGA Tour card.
In May 2018, ranked 161st in the FedEx Cup and having failed to qualify for The Players Championship, Jäger played in and won the Web.com Tour's Knoxville Open, his fourth victory on that tour. After failing to finish in either the top 125 of the FedEx Cup or the Web.com Tour's top 25, Jäger regained his PGA Tour card through the Web.com Tour Finals.
Professional wins (4)
Web.com Tour wins (4)
|No.||Date||Tournament||Winning score||Margin of
|1||31 Jul 2016||Ellie Mae Classic||−30 (58-65-64-63=250)||7 strokes||Rhein Gibson|
|2||21 May 2017||BMW Charity Pro-Am||−19 (64-66-65=195)||1 stroke|| Tyler Duncan, Andrew Yun,|
|3||11 Jun 2017||Rust-Oleum Championship||−14 (68-67-68-71=274)||2 strokes||Ted Potter Jr.|
|4||13 May 2018||Knoxville Open||–16 (68-72-64-64=268)||3 strokes||Im Sung-jae|
Results in major championships
CUT = missed the half-way cut
"T" = tied for place
- World Cup (representing Germany): 2016