|Full name||Tony Webb|
|Cause of death||Asphyxiation|
|Partner(s)||Laura Harrington (girlfriend)|
|Appears in||Criminal Case|
|First appeared||Case #46: Drive, Swing, Die (s1)|
Tony was a golfing legend, and he wore a blue cap and a red polo shirt. He had black hair and brown eyes.
Tony was found buried on a golf course. The moment Jones and the player found his body, it was sent to Nathan for autopsy. Nathan confirmed that the victim was buried alive, his hands bound and his mouth was in place of the hole, and his nose was under the dirt, so he could breathe through his mouth only. What killed Tony was a golf ball, which was shot into his mouth which closed his throat's airway, thus suffocating him. Nathan also said that Tony was left under the dirt for the whole night, alive. Nathan found out fragments of steel from a golf ball, which confirmed that the killer played golf.
Killer and motives
The killer turned out to be professional golfer Harold Knight.
Harold wanted to be #1 but Tony was always winning. Tony was about to be exposed for his womanizing ways but still it was not enough for Harold as Tony would still have come back later to steal the trophy from him again, but Jones countered that golf was just a sport and not a game of life or death. Harold believed the only way to be #1 was to invite Tony for a little game at the golf course via Tony's cart. Upon arrival, Harold struck Tony with Tony's golf club and bound his legs and arms to finally bury him at the 5th hole. Tony screamed all throughout the night until Harold came back in the morning to put the final nail in the coffin: he played the 5th hole, thus choking Tony with his golf ball.
The Judge told Harold that he killed someone in cold blood just for the love of a golf tournament, but Harold believed that golf was the fuel he needed to live life. For the murder of Tony Webb, Harold was sentenced to 25 years in jail, with a chance for parole in 15 years.
- Tony Webb may be a parody of professional golfer, Tiger Woods.
- Drive, Swing, Die (Case #46 of Grimsborough)
- Death on Wheels (Case #2 of Pacific Bay; appears on a magazine cover)