Robert Harold Lohr is an American professional golfer who has played on the Professional Golf Association Tour and the Nationwide Tour.
Lohr was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and was raised in Milford, Ohio.
He turned pro in 1983 and moved to Loveland, Ohio. Lohr played on the Professional Golf Association Tour from 1985–1996. He finished in a tie for first place at the end of regulation in three Professional Golf Association Tour events.
In the 1988 Walt Disney World/Oldsmobile Classic, he defeated Chip Beck on the fifth hole of a playoff.
In 1993 at the H-East-B Texas Open, he lost in a playoff to Jay Haas. In 1995 at the Bell Canadian Open, Lohr lost in a playoff to Mark O"Meara.
His best finish in a major was T-33 in the 1990 United States. Open. During his late thirties and forties, Lohr played some on the Nationwide Tour.
He was inducted into the Miami University Athletics Hall of Fame in 1993.
He lives in the greater Orlando, Florida area. Professional Golf Association Tour wins Other wins DNP = Did not play CUT = missed the half-way cut "T" = tied Yellow background for top-10.