Golf is a unique sport that has been enjoyed by people of all ages for centuries. It presents an exciting challenge as players use various clubs to hit balls into a series of holes on the course in as few strokes as possible while navigating differing terrains and obstacles. Golf offers something special – it’s both relaxing, yet intensely competitive at the same time. Whether you’re just beginning or are already experienced, golfing can provide hours of entertainment and fun.
- Rory McIlroy
- Tiger Woods
- Jon Rahm
- Justin Thomas
- Phil Mickelson
- Dustin Johnson
- Jordan Spieth
- Scottie Scheffler
- Brooks Koepka
- Patrick Reed
- Patrick Cantlay
- Collin Morikawa
- Adam Scott
- Hideki Matsuyama
- Tommy Fleetwood
- Justin Rose
- Matt Fitzpatrick
- Jason Day
- Xander Schauffele
- Sam Burns
- Sergio García
- Harold Varner III
- Matt Kuchar
- Rickie Fowler
- Kim Si-woo
- Bubba Watson
- Lee Westwood
- Max Homa
- Cameron Smith
- Webb Simpson
- Shane Lowry
- Gary Woodland
- Louis Oosthuizen
- Kevin Na
- Abraham Ancer
- Paul Casey
- Tony Finau
- Adam Hadwin
- Billy Horschel
- Tyrrell Hatton
- Russell Henley
- Stewart Cink
- Viktor Hovland
- Bryson DeChambeau
- Jason Kokrak
- Keegan Bradley
- Branden Grace
- Thomas Pieters
- Kevin Kisner
- Denny McCarthy
- Francesco Molinari
1. Rory McIlroy
Rory McIlroy is a professional golfer who has won numerous tournaments on the PGA Tour and European Tour. In 2007, at the age of 20, McIlroy turned professional and quickly made a name for himself on the tour by winning several events.
Since then, he has continued to win major championships across multiple tours including two majors in 2014 and 2017. Rory McIlroy was born in Northern Ireland in 1989 but now lives in Holywood, County Down with his wife Erica Stoll.
He has one child with his wife and plans to continue playing golf until he can no longer compete at a high-level Rory McIlroy is a world-class golfer who has won many awards, including two PGA Player of the Year titles.
He first came to prominence on the European Tour and then became one of the most successful golfers in history on the PGA Tour. In 2012, he won his first major championship title at the U.S. Open and followed that up with a victory in 2014 at The Open Championship.
Rory has also shown success on other tour formats, winning several Asian tournaments as well as one Australian event Grand Slams Rory will be looking to defend his title this year when he competes in both The Master's Tournament and Championship.
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2. Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods is a world-renowned golfer and one of the most successful athletes in history. He has won more than 60 major championships, including 18 Masters titles.
Tiger Woods was born on December 30, 1975, in Cypress, California to Carolyn Bessette and Eldrick Tont Woods Sr. His father was an Olympic gold medalist in track and field who later became a golf coach.
At age 3, Tiger began playing mini-golf with his dad at local courses around Orange County. In 1990 he won his first junior title at the Greater Palm Springs Open Invitational Golf Tournament.
After graduating from high school in 1994, Tiger entered Stanford University where he played for the university's golf team as well as competed in NCAA events during his freshman year (1995).
In 1996 he won both The UGA Children's Clay Court Championships and The US Amateur Championship, becoming only the third golfer ever (after Ben Hogan and Jack Nicklaus) to win both amateur majors simultaneously – widely regarded as two of the toughest tournaments to win.
After completing his undergraduate studies at Stanford University in 1999, Tiger turned professional that year and joined the PGA Tour rookie status; after two years on tour, he achieved full membership status which entitled him to earnings from all official PGA Tour events throughout 2000 onwards.
Tiger finished joint runner-up behind Adam Scott at The Australian Open that same year before capturing back-to-back green jackets by winning The British Open, followed by another victory at The UPC Swiss Indoors.
This made him only the fourth player—joining Bryn Jones (1936–40), Sam Snead (1946–51), and Arnold Palmer (1960) —since World War II to hold every top men’s professional championship trophy available.
Wood shot 69 (-11 under par) on Sunday en route to leading wire-to-wire for an 8th career Major Championship. Became just 2nd man since 1900 with consecutive 64-hole scores over 267 (+14).
Since 1922 Majors have been 72 holes long Jordan Spieth accomplished a feat last season Rio Olympics and Joined Bob Hope & Gary Player atop Career Money List ($70M). ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) April 9, 2019.
3. Jon Rahm
Jon Rahm was born in Barrika, Biscay, Spain on 10 November 1994. He attended Arizona State University and turned professional in 2016. His first major win came at the 2017 PGA Championship where he beat Justin Rose by one stroke.
In 2018, Rahm finished second to Jason Day at The Open Championship and won his first European Tour title a week later at the DP World Tour Championship Dubai Desert Classic.
He is currently ranked number 14 in the world and has an expectation of winning more tournaments this year due to his improved ball-striking ability.
Rahm is one of the most talented young golfers in the world. He has already won major championships on two different tours, and he looks set to continue his success in the future.
Rahm is also a very popular player with fans, who love watching him play. Rahm's biggest challenge will be continuing to improve at such a high level for years to come.
4. Justin Thomas
Thomas was born in Louisville, Kentucky and turned professional in 2013. He has won three times on the PGA Tour - at The Masters (2015), The PGA Championship (2017) and the Deutsche Bank Championship (2018).
In 2018 he became only the fourth player to win all four of golf's biggest events - THE MASTERS, THE OPEN, THE CHAMPIONSHIP, AND THE WGC-DELTA DOUBLE-EAGLE – joining Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy.
Thomas married his long-term girlfriend Jillian Wisniewski in 2022 and they have two children together - a daughter named Harper Rose born in 2020 and a son named Ryder Quinn Thomas born in 2024 Justin Thomas is a professional golfer who has won seventeen tournaments on the PGA Tour and four on the European Tour.
He was named PGA Player of the Year in 2017, becoming only the third golfer to win both accolades in one season. In 2019, he finished runner-up at The Open Championship and became only the fourth player ever to achieve two majors in one year. Thomas also led the FedEx Cup for most of its run until losing out to Tiger Woods in 2018 finale.
5. Phil Mickelson
Mickelson is a five-time major champion and one of the greatest golfers in history. Mickelson has won numerous tournaments on both the PGA Tour and Champions Tour, including three majors - The Masters (2004), US Open (2005) and British Open (2010).
In 2000, Mickelson became only the second player in history to win consecutive World Golf Championships events - he followed up his victory at Torrey Pines with a victory at Doral two weeks later.
A chronic back problem has forced him to retire from several high-profile tournaments in recent years, but Lefty continues to compete regularly on tour.
Married since 1996, Mickelson and their wife Amy have three children together: Ryder (born 1997), Charlie (born 2001), and Layne (born 2009). Mickelson is one of the most successful professional golfers in history.
He has won more than fifty tournaments and has been ranked as high as number two on the PGA Tour. Mickelson is known for his powerful drives, which have helped him win a number of major championships.
Mickelson also enjoys playing exhibitions and charity events, both in the United States and abroad. In 2012, Phil was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame alongside legends like Arnold Palmer and Jackie Robinson.
6. Dustin Johnson
Dustin Johnson is a professional golfer who has been playing since 2007. He won the 2016 U.S. Open and was runner-up in 2012 and 2017. Dustin Johnson is married to Paulina Gretzky, with whom he has two children.
His favorite course is Augusta National Golf Club where he has twice finished as runner-up (2012, 2017). Dustin Johnson lives in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida with his family Dustin Johnson is a professional golfer who has won 29 tournaments on the PGA Tour.
He was the leading money winner in 2015–16 and 2017–18 and was named Player of the Year in both years. Dustin Johnson also won two Masters Championships, one U.S. Open, and one The Open Championship during his career.
7. Jordan Spieth
Jordan Spieth is a professional golfer who has won 16 tournaments on the PGA Tour. Jordan was born in Dallas, Texas in 1993 and attended the University of Texas before turning professional in 2012.
In his career to date, Jordan has achieved impressive success, including winning both the 2015 U.S. Open and The Masters Tournament in 2016. Outside of golf, Jordan enjoys spending time with his wife Annie Verret, and their one child together.
As an ambassador for the Nike Golf clothing range, Jordan is passionate about promoting healthy living through sport amongst youth worldwide Jordan Spieth was born in Dallas, Texas on November 27th of 1992. As a junior, Jordan won two times on the PGA Tour and once more on the European Tour.
In his first full season as a professional, Jordan finished 3rd on the money list but had some good finishes including 2nd at The Master's Tournament and 1st at The Open Championship.
Jordan as he won 4 times including three majors: The U.S. Open (his first major), The British Open, and PGA Championship which made him only the second player to win all four Majors consecutively (the other being Tiger Woods).
Jordan drop down to number one in the world rankings after winning just one tournament but bounced back with an excellent performance at Dubai Desert Classic where he tied for 5th place behind eventual champion Sergio Garcia along with wins at Augusta National and Quail Hollow Club which moved him up to 2nd place in world rankings again.
8. Scottie Scheffler
Scottie Scheffler was born on June 21, 1996 in Ridgewood, New Jersey. He attended the University of Texas and turned professional in 2018. Scheffler has won six PGA Tour events so far and is currently ranked number one.
His other notable wins include a Korn Ferry Tour event and two Web.com Tour titles. Scheffler is married to Meredith Scudder and they have a daughter together who was born in 2020.
Scheffler is a two-time winner on the European Tour, and she has also had some success in major championships, including a fourth-place finish at the Master's Tournament and a T2 finish at the U.S.
Open. Scheffler was named PGA Tour Player of the Year in 2020 and 2021—both years she finished runner-up on tour behind champion Andres Romero. Scheffler has been successful on both tours over her career, with earnings totaling $11 million across her first five seasons on tour combined (2021–22).
9. Brooks Koepka
Brooks Koepka is a professional golfer who has achieved great success on the PGA Tour. He was born and raised in West Palm Beach, Florida, and attended college at Florida State University before turning professional in 2012.
His 16 career wins include two majors – the U.S. Open in 2018 and the PGA Championship in 2019 - as well as major championships on both the European Tour (four times) and Challenge Tour (once).
Brooks Koepka currently ranks first on the world rankings, having been overtaken by Tiger Woods for only the second time since March 2017 Brooks Koepka is a professional golfer who has won numerous tournaments on the PGA Tour and other tours.
He was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 1987. In 2014, Brooks Koepka became the youngest player ever to win on the PGA Tour when he captured the Valspar Championship at just 21 years of age.
His biggest victory to date came at the 2018 Masters Tournament where he defeated Jordan Spieth by three shots in a playoff for his first major championship title.
Brooks Koepka also won two majors in 2019 – The Open Championship and U.S. Open – making him one of only four players in history to achieve this feat (the others being Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy).
As well as winning numerous tournaments on tour, Brooks Koepka has also been crowned Player of the Year twice - once by the golfers' association Golf Writers Association of America (GAA) and again by members of the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA).
10. Patrick Reed
Patrick Reed is an American professional golfer who has been playing on the PGA Tour since 2011. He played college golf at the University of Georgia and won three straight NCAA championships from 2010 to 2012.
Reed turned pro in 2011 and quickly rose through the ranks, winning one tour event within his first two years on the circuit.
In 2016, he became only the fourth player ever to win both a major championship (The Masters) and a World Golf Championships-Tour Championship (WGC- Cadillac).
Reed was runner-up in 2018's US Open which meant that he would miss out on defending his title at The Open Championship next year; this will be his only chance to do so as he turns 33 in October 2019.
Outside of golf, Patrick is also involved with several businesses including Red Bull Air Race Champions where he competes alongside some of the world’s top pilots flying around tight courses across continents in aircraft resembling fighter jets.
He also participates regularly in charity events such as “Hands Across America” which collects donated items for those affected by Hurricane Harvey relief efforts back in 2017.
11. Patrick Cantlay
Patrick Cantlay was born in Long Beach, California on March 17th 1992. He turned professional in 2012 and has since played on the PGA Tour. Patrick Cantlay has won nine professional golf tournaments including one on the European Tour and two on the Web.com Tour.
He currently holds a ranking of 3rd which he achieved in January 2022 after winning The Pacific Life Open. Patrick Cantlay is a professional golfer who has achieved success on the PGA Tour and in major championships. Patrick Cantlay was born in California in 1991 and started playing golf at an early age.
Patrick Cantlay turned pro in 2010, and quickly found success on the PGA Tour, with multiple top-10 finishes including a third-place finish at the U.S. Open that same year.
In 2015, Patrick Cantlay won his first major championship when he triumphed at The Master's Tournament; this victory made him only the fourth American male to win a major title (after Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods and Bubba Watson).
Since then, Patrick Cantlay has continued to achieve success on tour - most notably winning two further majors during 2018. The Open Championship and PGA Championship - both of which moved him up into second place all-time among male players behind Tiger Woods.
Outside of golfing activities, Patrick Cantlay also enjoys spending time with his family; he is married to fellow professional golfer Amy Yang and they have one child together.
12. Collin Morikawa
Collin Morikawa is a professional golfer who turned pro in 2019. Collin Morikawa was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Collin Morikawa has played on the PGA Tour and the European Tour since turning professional.
In 2018, Collin Morikawa won the Web.com Tour's season-ending event, The Greenbrier Classic, becoming only the second player to win both an NCAA title (at UC Berkeley) and a PGA Tour event (the Puerto Rico Open).
With his victory at The Greenbrier Classic in 2018, Collin became eligible to play on one of Europe's main tours for 2019 - the ChallengeTour - which he did later that year with three top 10 finishes including a T-3 at the Julius Baer Swiss Open presented by SCG Invest Sàrl.
Collin married Katherine Zhu in 2022 Collin Morikawa is a professional golfer who has won six times on the PGA Tour. He has also achieved some success on the European Tour, winning four times.
His best results in major championships have been at the Master's Tournament, where he finished fifth in 2022, and at the PGA Championship, where he won in 2020.
Morikawa was runner-up twice more during his career - once on the U.S Open circuit and once at The Open Championship. He now works as an analyst for Golf Channel Asia Pacific.
13. Adam Scott
Adam Scott is an Australian professional golfer. He has won two PGA Tour titles, one in 2006 and the other in 2012. Adam Scott also had a runner-up finish at the 2009 PGA Championship, which was his first major championship as a pro.
In 2007, he finished T-5th on the money list to earn his tour card for 2008 and has since played consistently well on the tour including three top-ten finishes in 2011, 2012 and 2014 (his best season) culminating with his second win at The Master's Tournament in April 2015 aged 36 years old becoming only the fourth player ever.
After Ben Hogan, Arnold Palmer, and Jack Nicklaus to complete the back-to-back career grand slam of Augusta National Golf Club - men's open tournament (Golf Digest), US Open golf championships (Golf Channel), British Open golf championships (The Guardian).
Married Marie Kojzar from Slovenia who gave birth to their son Maximilian "Max" Scott born on 28 October 2016.
14. Hideki Matsuyama
Hideki Matsuyama is a professional golfer from Japan. He has won 17 times on the professional golf circuit, including two PGA Tour wins and 13 on the Japan Golf Tour.
Matsuyama was born in 1992 in Matsuyama, Ehime prefecture, Japan. He turned pro in 2013 and began playing on the Japanese Golf Tour that same year.
In 2016 he made his debut on the PGA Tour where he finished runner-up at The Players Championship behind Justin Thomas.
At The Open Championship in 2018, Matsuyama became only the third player to win both a WGC event (the HSBC Champions) as well as an individual major championship when he won The Open at Royal Birkdale.
His wife Mei gave birth to their first child - a daughter - in December 2017 Hideki Matsuyama is a Japanese professional golfer who has won eight PGA Tour events, three European Tours events, and one Japan Golf Tour event.
Hideki Matsuyama was born in Osaka on 25 March 1987. At the age of 21, Hideki Matsuyama became the youngest player to win a PGA TOUR event when he took the Palmetto Bush Classic title in 2007.
He went on to win tournaments on both the PGA and European Tours before claiming his first major championship victory at The Open Championship in 2013 aged 24 years old.
In 2016, he finished fourth at Augusta National and second at The Master's Tournament respectively to take home two more prestigious individual titles that year.
As of December 2022, Hideki Matsuyama holds the record for most wins on tour with eight including three Majors (The Open Championship-2013; Masters Tournament-2016; U S Open-2017).
15. Tommy Fleetwood
Tommy Fleetwood turned professional in 2010 and has since had a successful career on the European Tour, PGA Tour, and Challenge Tour. He has won nine tournaments including two major championships – The Open Championship in 2018 and the US PGA Championship in 2016.
Fleetwood is currently ranked ninth on the official world golf rankings as of 25 December 2022. This puts him joint-second behind golfer Tiger Woods who is retired from competition.
Fleetwood was born in 1991 in Southport, Merseyside, England to Pauline (née Smith) and Thomas Fleetwood Sr., an Englishman who played football for Bolton Wanderers and Liverpool FC respectively before becoming a sports agent.
Growing up, Tommy attended St Bede's School which he left at 18 years old to focus on his golfing career full-time after winning several junior tournaments including the Canada Cup which earned him an exemption into the 2009 British Masters.
Where he finished tied for seventeenth place alongside other young Brits such as Jordan Spieth, Justin Rose, Rickie Fowler, et al.
From there it was off to America’s elite college amateur circuit where again he performed well enough to retain his Golf Monthly Amateur of the Year title ahead of some big names such as Keegan Bradley et al.
Once back home with more experience under his belt, Tom continued playing events all over Europe but also reached further than ever by competing on both sides of the Atlantic.
Taking part successfully in three FedExCup Playoffs culminating finally with victory at THE NORTHERN IRISH OPEN held at Royal Portrush Golf Club near Antrim Northern Ireland.
More recently Tommy has been putting together consistent performances both individually AND collectively as part of Team GB’s Men’s World Team Champions side that took out The Presidents Cup event last month hosted by Shinnecock Hills Country Club Long Island New York USA beating Sweden.
16. Justin Rose
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Justin Rose is a 42-year-old Englishman who has been playing professional golf since 1998. Rose has won six PGA Tour titles, including the 2013 BMW PGA Championship.
He also earned two British Open titles, one at Hoylake in 2006 and another at Royal Lytham & St Annes in 2007.
In addition to his on-course exploits, Rose is well known for his philanthropic work with various charities and organizations around the world, most notably through his partnership with Jack Nicklaus' Junior Golf Foundation (JGF).
Justin Peter Rose was born on 30 July 1980 in Johannesburg, South Africa to parents of Irish descent. After moving to England when he was young, Rose attended The independent school Merchant Taylors' School before turning professional in 1998. They married Kathryn Gill in 2006, and they have two children together.
17. Matt Fitzpatrick
Named after former NASA astronaut and Senator from Florida, Matt Fitzpatrick was born on September 1st 1994 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. After playing football for his local club as a youngster, Fitzpatrick attended Northwestern University where he played American Football.
In 2014, Fitzpatrick turned professional and made his debut on the European Tour at the Malaysian Open golf tournament.
Since then, Fitzpatrick has had success on both sides of the Atlantic with top-10 finishes including a runner-up finish at The Players Championship in 2017.
Which earned him membership to Augusta National Golf Club later that year (Augusta being one of only 12 clubs in history to have hosted all four Majors).
Ranked Number 5 globally by PGA TOUR Professional Ratings Rating System since 2018, Matt is considered one of England’s most promising young golfers and is sure to continue making an impact on the global stage for years to come.
18. Jason Day
Jason Day is a professional golfer from Australia. He turned professional in 2006 and has since played on the PGA Tour. Jason Day has won two major championships, the 2013 Australian Open, and the 2016 U.S.
Open, both of which were achieved with long drives off the tee that have been described as "phenomenal". Jason Day is married to fellow golfer Ellie Harvey and they have four children together; his eldest son Jaden was born in 2009 while he was still playing on tour.
Jaydee (as he's known by friends) takes great pride in his family life and frequently posts photos of them online or at tournaments - often winning over fans with his warmth and down-to-earth nature.
Jason Day is one of the most successful players in professional golf, with seventeen wins on the PGA Tour of Australasia combined with a top ranking.
He has also won three European Tour titles and reached two Masters Tournament finals, although he has never won that tournament. The day was born in Australia but raised in New Zealand where he developed his skills as a junior golfer before turning pro late in 2004.
In 2015 Day became only the third player ever to win both The Open Championship and the PGA Championship at age twenty-one (the others being Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson).
19. Xander Schauffele
Xander Schauffele is a professional golfer who turned pro in 2015. He has played on the PGA Tour and Web.com Tour but has not had much success thus far.
Xander Schauffele is from San Diego, California, and is married to Maya Schauffele. Xander Schauffele is a professional golfer who has played on the PGA Tour, European Tour and another tour.
He has won 10 professional golf tournaments including two major championships - the Master's Tournament in 2019 and the U.S. Open in 2019. Xander also reached number 4 in the world rankings at one point during his career, which speaks volumes about his abilities as a player.
20. Sam Burns
Burns was born on July 23, 1996 in Shreveport, Louisiana. He attended Louisiana State University and played football for the LSU Tigers before turning professional in 2017.
Burns has represented the United States at the youth level and made one appearance for their U-20 side in 2016. Burns married Caroline Campbell in 2019 and they are currently living in Choudrant, Louisiana together with their two children.
Burns has had a successful career on the PGA Tour, winning five times. Burns has also fared well in major championships, making the cut at both the Master's Tournament and U.S. Open Championship in 2022 and finishing T27th at The Open Championship that year.
Burns is known for his strong play off of the tee and can often shoot low scores in major tournaments due to his consistent accuracy from long-range greenside shots.
21. Sergio García
Sergio García was born on January 9th, 1980 in Borriol, Castellón, Spain. Sergio is a professional golfer who turned pro in 1999. He has played on the European Tour for many years and currently resides in Switzerland with his wife Angela Akins.
Sergio won the 2009 British PGA Championship which earned him his first career major title and he also finished second at the 2011 Masters Tournament behind Tiger Woods.
In 2017 he became only the third Spanish player to win a tour event when he captured the Swiss Open defeating fellow Spaniard Rafa Cabrera Bello by three strokes.
Sergio García's biggest achievement to date may be winning two Olympic Gold medals (in 2004 and 2008) as part of Team Europe. Sergio García is a professional golfer who has won 36 tournaments on the PGA Tour.
He was ranked second in the world by Golf Digest magazine in 2008 and also finished runner-up at that year's Masters Tournament. Sergio García has also had success on other tours, including winning 16 tournaments on the European Tour and 1 tournament on the Japan Golf Tour.
In 2007, he became only the third player to win both The Open Championship and The Masters Tournament in one calendar year, as well as becoming Spanish Champion that same year.
Sergio García retired from competitive golf after playing his last round of tour events at 2017's PGA Championship but returned for play in 2019 with some less prestigious events under his belt already completed.
22. Harold Varner III
Harold Varner III is a professional golfer who turned pro in 2012. He was born on August 15, 1990, in Akron, Ohio. HaroldVarnerIII's main career focus has been on the PGA Tour where he has achieved some success so far including two top-10 finishes.
Outside of golf, Harold Varner III enjoys spending time with his family and friends and playing basketball and baseball at home in Charlotte, North Carolina. Harold Varner III was born on February 7, 1997, in Gainesville, Florida.
Harold Varner III played his college golf at the University of Georgia where he won three consecutive SEC Championships and an NCAA Championship.
After graduating from college, Harold Varner III turned professional in 2018 and made his debut on the European Tour that same year.
He quickly became one of the top players on tour with two professional wins by 2020.
In 2022, Harold VarnerIII earned his first PGA Tour win at The Open Championship becoming just the third player ever to do so after Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson before finishing 35th on the money list that season.
23. Matt Kuchar
Matt Kuchar is a professional golfer who has been playing on the PGA Tour for over a decade. He has won 18 tournaments throughout his career, including two major championships - The Masters and the U.S.
Open - both of which he achieved in 2006 and 2007, respectively. Kuchar also boasts five other tournament victories on tour, most notably the 2013 Players Championship, which was his first PGA Tour victory since 2008.
His biggest success to date came in 2016 when he finished as runner-up at The Masters behind Jordan Spieth and claimed his second U.S Open title overall following a memorable final round that saw him card a record 61 points (17 under par).
In 2017 Matt Kuchar once again enjoyed some big results on tour, recording fourth-place finishes at both The Memorial Tournament and the Valero Texas Open before claiming the third spot at THE PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP for the second year running.
24. Rickie Fowler
Fowler was born in Murrieta, California and turned professional in 2009. Fowler has one child with his wife Allison Stokke and is currently on the PGA Tour.
Fowler's career highlight to date includes a victory at the 2018 Quicken Loans National tournament. Fowler is known for his explosive play on the golf course which has seen him win several tournaments over the past few years Fowler is one of the most accomplished golfers in history, with a record nine professional wins to his name.
He has also had some impressive performances at major championships, including runner-up finishes at both the Master's Tournament and the PGA Championship in 2018. Fowler is known for his explosive drive off the tee, which makes him a force to be reckoned with on any golf course.
25. Kim Si-woo
Kim is a South Korean professional golfer who turned pro in 2012. Kim has played on the PGA Tour since 2016 and has had some success, including making the cut at both The Open Championship and the U.S.
Open in 2018. Outside of golf, Kim works as an analyst for KBS Sports 2 during coverage of international tournaments such as the Ryder Cup and World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play events.
Born in Seoul, South Korea, Kim started playing golf at age six and quickly became a top amateur player before turning professional two years later in 2012. Prior to turning pro, Kim attended Yonsei University where he studied business administration but gave up his studies after winning several amateur tournaments around Asia.
In 2013, he finished second on the tour money list with earnings of over $1 million which helped him secure membership onto the tour for the following year. He reached his first career major championship final appearance at The Open Championship in July 2018 but lost out to Justin Rose by one stroke.
26. Bubba Watson
Bubba Watson is a professional golfer who has won multiple major championships. He was born in Bagdad, Florida and raised in Pensacola, Florida.
Bubba began his golfing career at Faulkner State C.C., where he competed as an amateur before turning professional in 2001.
In 2004, Bubba married Angie Watson; the couple has two children together. Bubba is well-known for his smooth swing technique and powerful shots on the green; he holds several records including most consecutive rounds of 60 or better.
Most PGA Tour money wins (over $22 million), and most PGA Tour tournament victories (28).
In 2018, Bubba announced that he would be retiring from competitive golf after winning The Masters Tournament that year - making him one of only five men to win three different majors consecutively.
27. Lee Westwood
Lee Westwood is one of the most successful professional golfers in history. He has won more than 20 major championships, including five Masters titles and two British Open crowns.
Westwood was born on 24 April 1973 in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England. After turning professional in 1993, he quickly established himself as one of the best players in the world.
His first win came at The Master's Tournament that same year. Over the years, Westwood has continued to win major championships – most notably at The British Open (2006), PGA Championship (2003) and US Open (2008).
He also claimed a further three Masters titles during his career. In 1999, Lee married Laurae Coltart – with whom he later had two children together before divorcing in 2015.
Since retiring from competition in 2016, Lee has focused on coaching young golfers and traveling around the world – particularly to play tournaments near his hometown of Newcastle upon Tyne.
28. Max Homa
Max Homa is a professional golfer from the United States. He turned professional in 2013 and has since played on the PGA Tour, winning once in 2016. Max was born in 1990 and attended University of California, Berkeley where he studied economics.
After graduating from college, Max moved to Scottsdale, Arizona to begin his career as a golfer full-time. In 2009, Max won The Junior World Golf Championship which helped him gain entry into the UIL Amateur Golf Championships that same year where he placed second overall behind eventual winner Zach Johnson.
In 2012 and 2013 respectively, Max won two events on tour - the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Texas Open and AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am - both times beating Phil Mickelson along the way; this led to his being nominated for ESPN's ESPY Award for Best Male Golfer (2013).
As of May 2019, Max had accumulated over $8 million in earnings during his Professional golfing career.
29. Cameron Smith
Cameron Smith is a professional golfer from Australia. He turned pro in 2013 and has since played on the PGA Tour of Australasia. His highest ranking was 2nd place, which he achieved in July 2022.
Cameron Smith enjoys playing golf with his friends and family as well as competing against the best players in the world. Cameron Smith is an ambassador for LIV Golf, an Australian-based company that manufactures golf equipment and provides instructional courses to improve your game.
Cameron Smith is a professional golfer who has been playing for over 20 years. He has won six times on the PGA Tour and four times on the European Tour, making him one of the most successful golfers in history.
He also holds three major championship titles – two Masters tournaments and one U.S Open – meaning he’s an extremely consistent player across multiple formats.
Outside of competitions, Cameron is known for his philanthropy work with various charities - such as cancer research - which shows his dedication to helping others in need.
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30. Webb Simpson
Webb Simpson is a college basketball player who turned professional in 2008. Webb Simpson has played for the Charlotte Bobcats, Memphis Grizzlies and Dallas Mavericks of the NBA.
In 2012, he won the RBC Heritage golf tournament. He married Taylor Dowd Keith in 2010 and they have two children together Webb Simpson is a professional golfer who has won seven PGA Tour tournaments.
He was ranked fourth in the world as of July 5, 2020. Webb Simpson has one Masters Tournament win and two U.S. Open victories to his name so far in his career. In addition to golfing, Webb Simpson also works as a television analyst for PGA Tour events on CBS.
Sports Network and TNT Golf Channel often alongside fellow professionals Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler respectively when they are not competing in their own tournaments or practicing with their teams during the off-season seasons that follow major championships such as The Masters or US Open respectively.
31. Shane Lowry
Shane Lowry is an Irish professional golfer. He has been successful on the PGA Tour and has won two events on tour including the 2014 KLM Open in Amsterdam.
Lowry also has a career best finish of second at The Masters in 2013. In 2016, he married Wendy Honner and they have since had twins born in October 2017 Shane Lowry is a professional golfer who has been playing since 2009.
He has six professional wins, including two on the PGA Tour and four on the European Tour. In 2021, he finished second at The Open Championship and in 2016, he won his first major championship at the Master's Tournament. Lowry also competed in the U.S.
Open in 2018 but lost to Brooks Koepka in a close match-up.
32. Gary Woodland
Gary Woodland is a professional golfer who has won three times on the PGA Tour and twice on the Web.com Tour. He was born in Kansas, but moved to Florida as a teenager to play golf at Palm Beach Country Club with future major champion Justin Rose.
Gary Woodland turned pro in 2006 after graduating from Washburn University where he played for coach John Cookson's team which included eventual PGA TOUR winners Cameron Tringale and Chesson Hadley.
His first victory came two years later at the Web Classic, then followed up by his second win of 2018 at the Memorial – both tournaments on the PGA Tour's developmental circuit known as "The Nationwide Series".
After his win last year, he became just the fourth player since 2007 (after Brandt Snedeker, Jason Day, and Hideki Matsuyama) to achieve back-to-back wins on The Nationwide Series before moving on to bigger tours such as The Masters or U.S Open.
33. Louis Oosthuizen
Louis Oosthuizen is a professional golfer who has won several tournaments including the 2010 Open Championship. He was born in Mossel Bay, South Africa and turned professional in 2002.
His wife is Nel-Mare Oosthuizen and they have three children together. Louis has had some success on the PGA Tour, but he is best known for his long-hitting style of play which has seen him win many major tournaments.
In 2012, he announced that he would be retiring at the end of 2013 after playing in 21 events that year due to an injury sustained earlier in the season.
Louis Oosthuizen is a professional golfer from South Africa who has had considerable success on the international stage.
He has been successful in major championships, including two wins at The Open Championship and one victory at the Master's Tournament. Louis Oosthuizen was born in 1989 and started playing golf when he was just four years old.
He turned pro in 2006 and quickly achieved some success on the European Tour, culminating with his first PGA Tour win in 2013 at the Sony Open Invitational tournament.
Since then, Louis Oosthuizen has continued to be a key player on tour, winning eight tournaments on the Sunshine Tour between 2014-2017 before making his debut on the PGA Tour of Australasia later that year where he won one event – an impressive achievement for someone so young.
In 2018 Louis finished runner-up to Justin Rose at The Open Championship - another huge accolade for him as this was only his third appearance in a Major championship final (the other two being 2010 and 2017).
With 14 professional victories under his belt, it's safe to say that Louis will continue to be one of the world's top golfers for many years to come.
34. Kevin Na
Kevin Na is a professional golfer from South Korea. He turned professional in 2001 and has since played on the PGA Tour, the Asian Tour, and now the LIV Golf tour.
His best results to date have come at the PGA Championship where he finished runner-up in 2013 and 2017. Kevin Na also has several top-ten finishes including a second-place finish at The Players Championship in 2016 and 3rd place at both The Open Championship (2012) and US Open (2014).
Married to Julianne Na, he has three children together - Kiari (born 2015), Knox (born 2016) and Koa (born 2018). Na is a professional golfer who has won nine times on the PGA Tour, as well as one win on the Asian Tour. Na was born and raised in South Korea and started playing golf at an early age.
Na's biggest career highlight to date came when he reached the top 10 of the world rankings for the first time in 2012. In 2016, Na clinched his first major championship victory when he claimed third place at The Open Championship.
Na currently resides in Florida and continues to compete regularly on both tours around the world.
35. Abraham Ancer
Abraham Ancer is a Mexican professional golfer who has been playing on the PGA Tour since 2013. Ancer was born in McAllen, Texas and played college golf at Odessa College before transferring to the University of Oklahoma where he finished as a four-time All-American.
After turning pro, Ancer had some success on the Web.com Tour but it was his performances on the PGA Tour that got him noticed by many top players and led to his current status.
Abraham currently plays off of 9 clubs – 6 irons, 3 wedges, and 1 putter – with an emphasis placed upon controlling greenside bunkers which he does extremely well given his short game skillset.
This often gives him an advantage over other players when it comes to making birdies or even eagles from close range shots around the green complexes.
Abraham's strengths include putting talent and being able to hit fairways in low light conditions Abe is married with two young children (born in September 2017 & December 2018).
36. Paul Casey
Paul Casey is an English professional golfer who has won numerous tournaments on the PGA Tour and around the world. He was born in 1977 in Cheltenham, England and turned pro in 2000.
His best years have been since he married Jocelyn Hefner, with whom he has two daughters. Casey has a career record of over $50 million and holds several major championships titles including three Masters (2004, 2006, 2010) as well as one U.S Open (2008).
In 2011 he announced his retirement from professional golf at the age of 33 after suffering a number of injuries; however this decision was later reversed due to poor performances on tour thereafter Casey has been a consistent performer on the PGA Tour for many years now.
He has won 21 tournaments, including three majors (the Master's Tournament in 2016 and the U.S. Open in 2020 and 2021).
Casey is also well-known for his consistency off the course – he's been nominated for several awards, most notably the Sir Henry Cotton Award, which recognizes British players with distinguished careers outside of golf.
Casey will be looking to build on his recent successes this season when he plays at The Championships later this month.
37. Tony Finau
Tony Finau is a professional golfer from the United States. He has won four times on the PGA Tour, including two major championships - the U.S. Open in 2015 and The Masters in 2016.
His other wins include tournaments such as The Players Championship, Arnold Palmer Invitational and Memorial Tournament among others. In 2018 he finished second on tour earnings behind Jason Day with over $11 million dollars earned for that year alone.
Tony also plays regular events around the world which help him keep his ranking high amongst golfers across all formats of play- making him one of the most consistent players on tour today. Tony Finau turned professional in 2007 and has been on the PGA Tour since then.
His best finishes on the PGA Tour include a T4 at the 2020 PGA Championship and a 3rd place finish at The Open Championship in 2019. In addition to his success on tour, Tony Finau has also had some good results in major championships, including fifth-place finishes at both Masters Tournament (in 2019) and the U.S.
Open (in 2018). TonyFinau is currently ninth on the Official World Golf Ranking as of December 25th, 2022.
38. Adam Hadwin
- College: University of Louisville
- Turned professional: 2009
- Current tour(s): PGA Tour
- Professional wins: 12
- Highest ranking: 41 (April 8, 2018), (as of December 25, 2022)
Adam Hadwin is a professional golfer who has won 12 times on the PGA Tour. Adam was born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan and attended college at the University of Louisville.
After turning pro in 2009, he quickly made a name for himself on the Canadian Tour before making his debut on the PGA Tour in 2011. In 2012, he finished runner-up to Jordan Spieth on tour and went on to achieve more success in subsequent years including two victories (2013 & 2016) on the Web.com Tour which helped him secure his PGA Tour card for the 2017 season onwards.
Adam's biggest achievement to date came in 2018 when he became only the fifth player ever to win both The Players Championship and The Open Golf Championships within a calendar year - an amazing feat that still stands. Adam Hadwin is a Canadian professional golfer.
He has played on the PGA Tour and the Web.com Tour, where he has won one title. Adam Hadwin was born in Victoria, British Columbia in 1994 and raised in Langley, British Columbia At age 16, Adam had his first professional win when he captured the BC Amateur Championship at Royal Mayfair Golf Club in Vancouver Island.
After turning pro in 2012, Adam quickly made an impact on both tours by winning multiple tournaments including The Barclays Rookie of the Year Award In 2014, Adam secured his place as one of golf's most promising young stars when he became only the third player ever to successfully defend their PGA.
Tour card with two top-10 finishes - finishing runner-up at The Master's Tournament and then claiming the T8th spot at The U.S Open - becoming just the sixth player since World War II to achieve this feat.
Adam also retained his tour card for 2015 through three consecutive top tens finishes but failed again to notch a major championship victory despite playing some high-quality events such as making.
39. Billy Horschel
- College: University of Florida
- Turned professional: 2009
- Current tour(s): PGA Tour, European Tour
- Professional wins: 8
- Highest ranking: 11 (June 5, 2022), (as of December 25, 2022)
Billy Horschel was born on December 7, 1986, in Grant, Florida. He attended the University of Florida where he played golf for the Gators and helped lead them to two NCAA championships.
In 2009, at age 22, Horschel turned professional and has since made several top-10 finishes on the PGA Tour including a runner-up finish at The Masters in 2013. Billy and his wife Brittany have three children together - daughter Ava (born 2010), son William Jr.(born 2012), and younger son Ryder (born 2017).
Outside of golf, Billy enjoys spending time with family and friends and playing video games when he's not practicing or competing on tour. Horschel is one of the most successful professional golfers in the world with an impressive record on both the PGA and European Tours.
The American has won eight times on tour, including two majors - at the Master's Tournament in 2016 and at The Open Championship in 2021.
Horschel also boasts a number of other accolades, such as three FedEx Cup titles and six top-10 finishes in major championships overall. Born and raised in Florida, Billy Horschel now lives near London after spending much of his career playing overseas events.
In 2019 he announced that he would retire from competitive golf at the end of 2022 following victory at The Open Championship later that year – cementing him as one of history’s greatest players ever.
40. Tyrrell Hatton
- Turned professional: 2011
- Current tour(s): European Tour, PGA Tour
- Former tour(s): Challenge Tour
- Professional wins: 10
- Highest ranking: 5 (24 January 2021), (as of 25 December 2022)
Tyrrell Glen Hatton was born on October 14th 1991 in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. He turned professional in 2011 and currently plays on the European Tour.
Tyrell has had some success on tour including a win at the Madeira Island Open earlier this year. His wife Emily Braisher is also a professional golfer and they have one child together - a son George Tyrell Hatton (born February 2019).
Tyrrell is known for his colourful attire which often features bright patterns and bold colours - something he claims helps him to stay focussed during competition. Tyrrell Hatton is a professional golfer from England who has been playing on the PGA Tour for over ten years.
He has 10 professional wins, including two majors - the 2016 U.S. Open and 2018 PGA Championship. He was ranked 5th in the world as of 24 January 2021 but fell down the rankings later that year due to injuries sustained in early December 2020.
In late 2019 he made a comeback to competitive golf, winning three tournaments within six weeks before finishing 2nd at The Master's Tournament behind Justin Thomas in April 2020; this earned him his first ranking title since September 2019 and re-established him as one of the top players on tour.
Hatton will be looking to defend his title at The Open Championship next month where he is currently 3rd favourite behind Patrick Reed and Henrik Stenson with odds of 4/1.
41. Russell Henley
- College: University of Georgia
- Turned professional: 2011
- Current tour(s): PGA Tour
- Professional wins: 7
- Highest ranking: 30 (December 25, 2022), (as of December 25, 2022)
Russell Henley is a professional golfer who has been playing on the PGA Tour for two years. He was born in Macon, Georgia and attended the University of Georgia.
Russell turned pro in 2011 and has played well on tour so far, finishing inside the top 100 four times in that time period. His wife Teil is also a professional golfer and they have three children together - one of whom plays golf as well.
Russell Henley is a professional golfer who has had some success on the PGA Tour. He's won seven times on tour and has also been successful in major championships, including a T11 finish at the Master's Tournament in 2017 and an appearance at the PGA Championship in 2015.
Henley was born and raised in Alabama and first started playing golf when he was just six years old. After developing his skills over time, Henley turned pro in 2010. One of Henley's main strengths is his consistency - he rarely misses a cut or struggles to make it into the top 50 on tour rankings.
Henley will next compete at The Open Championship which begins on July 23rd 2019.
42. Stewart Cink
- College: Georgia Tech
- Turned professional: 1995
- Current tour(s): PGA Tour, European Tour
- Former tour(s): Nike Tour
- Professional wins: 15
- Highest ranking: 5 (July 6, 2008)
Stewart Cink is a professional golfer who has won 15 tournaments on the PGA Tour, European Tour, and various other tours. Stewart was born in Huntsville, Alabama in 1973 and played college golf at Georgia Tech.
After turning professional in 1995, he quickly established himself as one of the top players on the circuit with winnings including the 2003 U.S. Open and 2005 Masters Tournament among others. In 2008, he reached his highest ranking ever when he became fifth in the world rankings - a position he held until 2016 before slipping down to number 10 due to injury problems.
He continues to play professionally but also coaches younger players at his academy in Duluth, Georgia where he lives with his wife Stephanie. Stewart Cink is a professional golfer who has won eight PGA Tour titles.
He has also won two European Tour events and three Korn Ferry Tour tournaments. Stewart Cink was named Player of the Year on the PGA Tour in 1996, and he has also been awarded the Haskins Award for his achievements on that tour.
Stewart Cink finished third at the Master's Tournament in 2008, and he has won three U.S Opens including in 2009 when he became only the second player to win both The Open Championship and a major championship (the other being Tiger Woods).
43. Viktor Hovland
- College: Oklahoma State University
- Turned professional: 2019
- Current tour(s): PGA Tour, European Tour
- Professional wins: 7
- Highest ranking: 3 (30 January 2022), (as of 25 December 2022)
Viktor Hovland was born on September 18, 1997 in Oslo, Norway. He is 5'10" and weighs 165 lbs. Viktor played college golf at Oklahoma State University before turning professional in 2019.
His first PGA Tour event was the Web.com Tour's Ritz-Carlton Classic where he finished T9th overall with a two-round total of 213 (66/137). His second PGA Tour event was the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open where he placed T38th with rounds of 71/141 (+14).
Viktor will most likely play more events on the Webber tour this year before moving up to bigger tours next season as he looks to further his career. (2019) Viktor Hovland is a professional golfer who has won seven times on the European Tour. He first became successful on this tour in 2021, when he won the Masters Tournament.
In 2019, he finished as runner-up at the PGA Championship and took home his only major title to date at The Open Championship. Viktor Hovland also boasts two other top-10 finishes on the European Tour - one in 2020 and one in 2017 - so he's been fairly consistent across all formats of play thus far in his career.
As for future plans, Viktor Hovland is currently focused on competing in events that will help him improve his game further before attempting to win another major championship later down the line.
44. Bryson DeChambeau
- College: SMU
- Turned professional: 2016
- Current tour(s): LIV Golf, PGA Tour (suspended)[a],
- Professional wins: 10
- Highest ranking: 4 (May 9, 2021), (as of December 25, 2022)
Bryson DeChambeau is a 29-year-old American professional golfer. He turned pro in 2016 and has played on the PGA Tour since then, but was suspended from that tour earlier this year for an alleged rule violation.
Bryson DeChambeau is best known for his explosive driving and accurate putting skills. Many experts believe he has the potential to become one of the greatest golfers ever.
Bryson DeChambeau grew up in Modesto, California, before attending Southern Methodist University (SMU) where he earned All-American honors as a collegiate player in 2012 and 2013.
After graduating from SMU with a degree in business administration, Bryson decided to turn professional and joined the PGA Tour full-time later that year. In 2017, Bryson claimed his first career major championship when he won the US Open at Chambers Bay Golf Club in Tacoma, Washington.
This victory made him only the fifth golfer – after Tiger Woods(2009), Rory McIlroy(2012), Phil Mickelsen(2016), and Jordan Spieth(2017)) - to win both The Masters Tournament and The US Open within six years of each other.
In 2018 however, things started going wrong for Bryson as he failed to make it past Stage 2 of qualifying for The Ryder Cup which led to some criticism from fans who felt he had been overrated due to his recent successes.
However, despite these setbacks, Bryson bounced back strongly last season by winning two more tournaments including The WGC‑Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone Country Club outside Akron Ohio which made him number one officially on Forbes's list of highest-earning athletes under 30.
45. Jason Kokrak
- College: Xavier University
- Turned professional: 2008
- Current tour(s): LIV Golf
- Former tour(s): PGA Tour, Nationwide Tour, eGolf Professional Tour
- Professional wins: 11
- Highest ranking: 20 (November 21, 2021), (as of December 25, 2022)
Kokrak turned professional in 2008 and has played on the PGA Tour since. Kokrak had a successful 2012 season, finishing 13th on the money list to earn his card for 2013.
In 2015, Kokrak won two events including The Honda Classic in Florida and The Travelers Championship in Connecticut. Jason Kokrak is married to Stephanie Mrofchak who he met while they were both students at Xavier University where she played tennis and he golfed.
They have two children together: daughter Amelia and son Aidan. Jason Kokrak says that one of his biggest strengths as a golfer is his mental game which allows him to stay focused under pressure.
Whether playing in tournaments or during practice sessions - something that can be crucial when competing against some of the world's best players Kokrak is a professional golfer who has won eleven times on the Nationwide Tour and two times on the Korn Ferry Tour.
Kokrak has had some success in major championships, finishing nineteenth at the PGA Championship in 2018 and 26th at The Open Championship in 2021.
Kokrak was born in Sioux City, Iowa, in 1991. He began playing golf when he was just ten years old and quickly developed into one of America's best young golfers.
46. Keegan Bradley
- College: St. John's University
- Turned professional: 2008
- Current tour(s): PGA Tour
- Former tour(s): Nationwide Tour, NGA Hooters Tour
- Professional wins: 11
- Highest ranking: 10 (March 24, 2013)
Keegan Bradley is a 36-year-old professional golfer from Jupiter, Florida. He attended St. John's University and turned professional in 2008.
Bradley has played on the PGA Tour since then and has had some successful years, including winning two tournaments in 2016--the Honda Classic and the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational--and making the playoffs five times during that time period.
Outside of golf, Bradley is an avid fitness enthusiast who regularly posts pictures of his workouts on social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter. In November 2017, Keegan married their longtime girlfriend Emma Kiner at a private ceremony in Ojai, California.
Keegan Bradley is a professional golfer who has had success on the PGA Tour, both in terms of winning tournaments and making the cut.
He was born in December 1987, which means he’s just entering his thirties as a professional golfer. Keegan Bradley first made an impression on the golfing world when he won the 2011 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club – one of golf's most prestigious events.
Since then, Keegan Bradley has continued to rack up wins on tour, with six titles overall including two major championships (the U.S Open and The Open Championship).
In addition to his successful career on tour, Keegan Bradley also enjoys some successes outside of competition – for example, being named European Ryder Cup captain in 2013 and picking up several accolades during that time too (eccentricity award; best player performance award).
As well as playing professionally for many years now, Keegan Bradley also runs his own business designing clothing for athletes specializing in various sports disciplines such as basketball and football - so there's plenty more to come from this talented golfer.
47. Branden Grace
- Turned professional: 2007
- Current tour(s): European Tour, Sunshine Tour, LIV Golf
- Former tour(s): PGA Tour, Challenge Tour
- Professional wins: 15
- Highest ranking: 10 (14 February 2016), (as of 25 December 2022)
Branden Grace turned professional in 2007 and has since played on the European Tour. He won his first tour event at the 2016 Qatar Masters. Grace is known for his powerful drives off the tee, which has helped him score consistently high numbers on the European Tour over the years.
In addition to golf, Branden also competes in Olympic-style track racing events, where he represented South Africa at the 2012 London Olympics and the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
He married Nieke Coetzee in 2016 and they have one child together. Grace is a professional golfer from South Africa who has played on the PGA Tour for two years.
Grace had his best finish on tour in 2016 when he made it to 10th place. Grace is known for his ball striking and consistency, which have helped him achieve many victories on smaller tours such as the Sunshine Tour before making it onto bigger stages like the PGA Tour.
Grace will be looking to improve upon some of his performances this year, including finishing inside top-10 at three tournaments so far in 2018.
The Master's Tournament, U.S Open, and Players Championship - but with great success comes to pressure and challenges that only experience can bring about progressively over time.
48. Thomas Pieters
- College: University of Illinois
- Turned professional: 2013
- Current tour(s): European Tour
- Former tour(s): PGA Tour
- Professional wins: 7
- Highest ranking: 23 (6 August 2017), (as of 25 December 2022)
Thomas Pieters is a professional golfer who has won several events on the PGA Tour including the 2015 KLM Open. Pieters was born in Belgium and attended college at the University of Illinois where he played for their golf team.
He turned pro in 2013 and made his debut on the PGA Tour that year, winning two tournaments before taking home his first major title - the 2015 KLM Open. Pieters has since continued to win events on tour, most notably winning back-to-back titles at The Players Championship in 2018 and 2019; as well as adding another victory at the Wyndham Championship this year (2019).
Outside of competition, Thomas Pieters also works as an analyst for Golf Channel USA covering both amateur and professional competitions around America. Pieters turned professional in 2013 and since then has had great success on the European Tour.
In 2017, he reached the Master's Tournament fourth round and in 2018 he finished sixth at the PGA Championship. Pieters is multiple winners on tour including a victory at The Open Championship in 2018.
49. Kevin Kisner
- College: University of Georgia
- Turned professional: 2006
- Current tour(s): PGA Tour
- Professional wins: 10
- Highest ranking: 14 (January 17, 2016), (as of December 25, 2022)
Kevin Kisner is a professional golfer who has been playing on the PGA Tour since 2006. He was born in Aiken, South Carolina and attended the University of Georgia before turning pro.
His wife Brittany DeJarnett also plays golf professionally and they have three children together. Kevin's biggest career achievement to date is winning the 2015 FedEx Cup Championship, which earned him $1 million prize money and his place on the PGA Tour's Hall of Fame ballot for next year.
Outside of golf, he enjoys spending time with his family and watching sports games involving his favorite team, the Atlanta Braves. Kisner has had success on the Web.com Tour, Europe's professional tour, and now competes on both tours simultaneously.
Kisner is a ten-time winner on the PGA Tour with his four wins coming at The Open Championship, U.S. Open, Masters Tournament, and PGA Championship; he also won twice on the European Tour in 2017 and 2018.
Kisner was ranked 14th in the world as of January 17th, 2016 according to Golfweek but fell out of the top 20 thereafter due to injury concerns that prevented him from playing tournaments until December 25th, 2022 when he regained his position inside the top 30 players in golf rankings once again.
50. Denny McCarthy
- College: University of Virginia
- Turned professional: 2015
- Current tour(s): PGA Tour
- Professional wins: 4
- Highest ranking: 77 (August 28, 2022), (as of December 25, 2022)
Denny McCarthy is a professional golfer who has won four times on the PGA Tour. He was born in Takoma Park, Maryland, and raised in Jupiter, Florida. Denny started playing golf at age six and turned professional two years later.
In 2015, he competed on the Web.com Tour where he finished second overall in earnings behind Mason Rudolph. In 2017 McCarthy returned to the PGA Tour where he currently ranks 73rd on the money list with $1,471,000 earned so far this season (as of October 16th).
McCarthy's favorite course to play is The Players Championship which he has played nine times including this year where he finished T-8th after carding rounds of 66-69-68=236 (+10). Denny McCarthy is a professional golfer who has won one Web.com Tour event and made two final cuts on the PGA Tour.
In 2018, McCarthy finished as the runner-up on the Web.com Tour Finals and earned his PGA TOUR card for 2019 through qualifying school.
McCarthy's best finish in a major was T7 at the U.S Open in 2022, but he has not fared well in majors overall with three DNP's from eight attempts including this year's Masters Tournament where he placed 78th after rounds 1-3 were canceled due to weather conditions.
51. Francesco Molinari
- College: University of Turin
- Turned professional: 2004
- Current tour(s): European Tour, PGA Tour
- Professional wins: 10
- Highest ranking: 5 (9 September 2018), (as of 25 December 2022)
Francesco Molinari was born on November 8, 1982, in Turin, Italy. He turned professional in 2004 and has since played on the European Tour and the PGA Tour.
His best results to date have come at the Italian Open where he has won twice (2005, 2009) and The Masters where he finished T-4 in 2012. In 2018 Francesco married Valentina whom he had met while playing together on the Italian Professional Golf Tour.
They have two children together. Francesco Molinari is a professional golfer who has won 10 tournaments on the PGA Tour. He has also achieved some good results in major championships, including finishing second at the Master's Tournament and third at the PGA Championship in 2017 and 2018 respectively.
In 2018, he became the first Italian player to win The Open Championship after defeating Jordan Spieth by two strokes in a thrilling final.
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