- Physical education major
- He and his wife Linda have four sons and two daughters
- Their sons Scott (1994-95 & 1997-01), Andy (1996-00) and Todd (1998-00 & 2002-05) played golf at BYU
- Was the first BYU golfer named to the All-American first team
- Played in the U.S. Open twice during his collegiate career, taking low amateur honors in 1966
- Played in the 1967 Master's Tournament, where he finished seventh among the 13 amateurs
- Helped lead the Cougars to two WAC Championships
- Was given the Dale Rex Memorial Award in 1968
- 1964 USGA Junior Champion
- Medalist at British University Sports Federation Championship in Portrush, Ireland
- Became a professional golfer in 1969
- Continued his golf career as a TV analyst and golf course designer
- Was NBC Sports' Lead Golf Analyst from 1990-2019
Post BYU Honors and Societies
- Shot an impressive eight-under-par 63 on the final day of the U.S. Open to take the tournament in 1973
- Won eight major titles in 1974 and was named PGA Player of the Year
- Inducted into the BYU Hall of Fame in 1978
1978 BYU Hall of Fame
Johnny Miller’s first national recognition came when he won the 1964 USGA Junior Championship. As a member of the Cougar golf team from 1965-69, Johnny was the first BYU golfer named to the All-American First Team.
During his collegiate career, he played in the U.S. Open twice, taking low amateur honors in 1966. He also played in the 1967 Master’s Tournament, where he finished seventh among the 13 amateurs. Johnny’s playing helped the Cougars take two WAC championships, in 1966 and 1968, and in 1968 he was given the Dale Rex Memorial Award for his contribution to amateur athletics in Utah.
Johnny entered the professional ranks in 1969, and in 1973 he shot an impressive eight-under-par 63 on the final day of the U.S. Open to win the tournament. In 1974 he won eight major titles and was named PGA Player of the Year. He finished second at the Master's in 1971, 1975 and 1981 and won his second major in 1976, a six stroke victory over Jack Nicklaus at The Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.
During his professional career, Johnny won 25 PGA Tour events. In 1998, he was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame.
He was the lead golf analyst for NBC Sports from 1990-19 and is also an active golf course architect.
He and his wife Linda have six children - four sons and two daughters.
- Low amateur, U.S. Open
- Finished fourth in the WAC
- Named Honorable Mention All-America
- Led BYU to a WAC Championship
- Played in the 1967 Master’s Tournament, where he finished seventh among the 13 amateurs.
- Was the first BYU golfer named to the All-American first team.
- Led his team to a WAC Championship
- Was given the Dale Rex Memorial Award for his contribution to amateur athletics in Utah