TERRY MOORE

TERRY MOORE

HOME: Chicago, Illinois
BIRTHDATE: 1/31/68
POSITION: Forward
PRIMARY SHOT: Roll-Over Snake
MAJOR TITLES: 47

Since exploding on the scene back in 1992, Terry Moore has been one of the sport's most successful performers. Moore, who is originally from San Diego, California, has won a remarkable 47 times on the major pro tour, including seven world championship titles. At the 1992 Kickoff Classic, Terry became the first player to ever win a major title using the "snake shot" when he won the Open Doubles event with Eddy Gartman. His most recent title came at the 2005 International Championships in Las Vegas when he teamed with Rob Mares to defeat Collignon and Loffredo in the doubles final. During the 1990s Moore paired with super-goalie Bob Diaz to win a decade high 12 tour titles, securing their position as one of the sport's greatest teams ever.