Liv Golf Best Players of All Time

LIV Golf is a revolutionary professional golf tour established by the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia. It promises to bring some exciting changes to the world of golf with its innovative approach, including events on par-72 courses where players must birdie every hole for 54 strokes in order to win. The first tournament will be held at Centurion Club near London, England on 9 June 2022 and already has an impressive list of competitors who are ready to test their skills against one another under this new system. With LIV Golf’s competitive spirit and modern ruleset, it looks set to revolutionize how we play golf today.

1. Dustin Johnson

Dustin Johnson Career

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 both years. Dustin Johnson also won two Masters Championships, one U.S Open, and one The Open Championship during his career.

2. Phil Mickelson

Phil Mickelson Career

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 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

3. Bryson DeChambeau

Bryson DeChambeau Career

  • College: SMU
  • Turned professional: 2016
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf, PGA Tour (suspended)[a],
  • Professional wins: 10
  • Highest ranking: 4 (May 9, 2021)[2], (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.. 7 . 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 list of highest earning athletes under 30..

4. Brooks Koepka

Brooks Koepka Career

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 during 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 golfers' association Golf Writers Association of America (GAA) and again by members of Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA).

5. Cameron Smith

Cameron Smith Career

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.

6. Patrick Reed

Patrick Reed Career

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 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.

7. Sergio García

Sergio García Career

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

8. Louis Oosthuizen

Louis Oosthuizen Career

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 Masters 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 successes 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 world's top golfers for many years to come.

9. Talor Gooch

Talor Gooch Career

  • College: Oklahoma State University
  • Turned professional: 2014
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf
  • Professional wins: 2
  • Highest ranking: 31 (January 16, 2022)[1], (as of January 8, 2023)

Talor Gooch was born on November 14, 1991 in Midwest City, Oklahoma. Talor played college golf at Oklahoma State University before turning professional in 2014.

Talor has had success on the PGA Tour and is currently playing on the LIV Golf Tour. In 2018, Talor won his first title on the LIV Golf Tour with a victory at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.

Talor and his wife Ally have one child together, a daughter named Willow Mae who was born in 2019 Talor Gooch is a professional golfer who has competed on the Web.com Tour and the PGA Tour Canada.

Talor Gooch has two career wins on the PGA Tour Canada, both in 2022. In addition to his career winnings, Talor Gooch also has three top-ten finishes in major championships - two Masters Tournament appearances (T14th) and one U.S.

Open appearance (66th). Born in 1995, Talor Gooch will be 25 years old at the end of 2020 season when he competes full time on tour again. As of January 8th 2023, talor gooch ranks 31st on the official world golf rankings list as an amateur player

10. Joaquin Niemann

Joaquin Niemann Career

  • Turned professional: 2018
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf
  • Former tour(s): PGA Tour, European Tour
  • Professional wins: 9
  • Highest ranking: 15 (10 April 2022)[2], (as of 8 January 2023)

Niemann is a Chilean amateur who turned professional in 2018. Niemann has competed on the PGA Tour previously, where he finished inside the top-10 twice and outside of it four times overall.

On 8 January 2019, Niemann won his first title at the Latin America Amateur Championship, defeating Paraguay's Gonzalo Fernandez-Castro by three strokes in the final round. Niemann was born and raised in Santiago, Chile before moving to Jupiter, Florida when he was 10 years old to pursue a golfing career full-time United States nationality He currently resides in Jupiter with his wife and two young children Joaquin Niemann was born on October 10, 1990 in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.

He has a professional golf career that began in 2011 and includes nine European Tour wins through 2022. Joaquin became the youngest player to win on the European Tour when he won at The Open Championship at Royal Portrush Golf Club in Northern Ireland aged 23 years and 286 days old. In August of 2018, Joaquin reached his first major championship as an amateur when he finished 3rd behind Jason Day and Rickie Fowler at The PGA Championship held at East Lake GC in Atlanta, GA. On April 10th of 2020, Joaquin achieved his second tour victory by winning the PGA Championship from the 15th spot on the money list with earnings over $1 million dollars during his successful season which included 2 other top-10 finishes including T5 at The Masters Tournament played annually at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, GA..

Since turning pro, Joannie has collected two more Rolex World Amateur Team Championships (2013 & 2017) along with numerous individual awards such as being named Rookie of Year twice (2011 & 2012) by Associated Press Sports Editors Division II team; becoming one of only five players ever to be part of all four UIL State High School Athletic Association Boys Golf Teams to compete while still a student athlete (2005–2009); earning All-Tournament honors six times consecutively playing for Texas Tech University – Lubbock men’s golf team 2009-2015; Member Mexican Professional Golfer Federation since 2013]].

11. Ian Poulter

Ian Poulter Career

  • Turned professional: 1995
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf, PGA Tour, European Tour
  • Professional wins: 17
  • Highest ranking: 5 (21 February 2010)[1]

Ian Poulter is a professional golfer who has won 17 tournaments on the PGA Tour, European Tour and other tours. He was born in 1976 in Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.

Ian started turning professional in 1995 and currently plays on the LIV Golf tour. His highest ranking ever was fifth place which he achieved in February 2010. Ian enjoys playing golf with his friends and family as well as travelling around different parts of the world to play tournaments Ian Poulter is a professional golfer from England.

He has won three majors, including the 2012 British Open and the 2015 Masters Tournament. In 2006, he finished third in the U.S. Open and in 2008 he was runner-up at The Open Championship. Ian Poulter also has several other top-10 finishes in major championships, including sixth place at the Masters Tournament in 2015 and tenth place at the U.S.

Open in 2016.. He is married to former model Elin Nordegren and they have two children together - Jake (born 2007) and Marley (born 2010). In 2009, Ian Poulter was diagnosed with Graves' disease but recovered fully after treatment..

12. Charl Schwartzel

Charl Schwartzel Career

  • Turned professional: 2002
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf, European Tour, Sunshine Tour
  • Former tour(s): PGA Tour
  • Professional wins: 16
  • Highest ranking: 6 (11 March 2012)[1]

Charl Schwartzel is a professional golfer who has won several tournaments on the European Tour and Sunshine Tour. He was born in 1984 in Johannesburg, South Africa, and turned professional in 2002.

His wife Rosalind Jacobs is also a professional golfer, and they have one child together. Schwartzel has achieved some notable results on the European Tour, including two runner-up finishes at The Open Championship (2005, 2007) as well as three other top-10 finishes over that period of time.

In 2016 he became only the third player to win both the PGA Championship and The Masters consecutively - an achievement which he repeated in 2017 Charl Schwartzel is a professional golfer from South Africa. Charl Schwartzel has won 16 PGA Tour events, including one Masters Tournament title and seven PGA Championships.

In 2011, Charl Schwartzel became the first player to win both The Open Championship and the Masters Tournament in the same year. As of March 2012, Charl Schwartzel was ranked sixth on the PGA Tour rankings. Charl Schwartzel is married to Brandi Chastain; they have two children together: son Charlie and daughter Lillie Mae....

13. Kevin Na

Kevin Na Career

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 places 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).[1] 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

14. Abraham Ancer

Abraham Ancer Career

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, 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 puttingtalent and being able to hit fairways in low light conditions Abe is married with two young children (born in September 2017 & December 2018)

15. Lee Westwood

Lee Westwood Career

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 Masters 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 travelling around the world – particularly to play tournaments near his home town of Newcastle upon Tyne

16. Pat Perez

Pat Perez Career

  • College: Arizona State University
  • Turned professional: 1997
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf
  • Former tour(s): PGA Tour
  • Professional wins: 4
  • Highest ranking: 16 (January 7, 2018)[1], (as of January 8, 2023)

Patrick Anthony Perez was born on March 1, 1976 in Phoenix, Arizona. He is 6' 0" tall and weighs 190 pounds. Pat has dual American/Mexican nationality and is a United States citizen by birthright.

Pat attended Arizona State University where he played college baseball for the Sun Devils from 1995-1998 as a third baseman before turning professional in 1997 with the Baltimore Orioles organization.

In 2001, Pat signed with the Cleveland Indians and spent six seasons there until being traded to the Tampa Bay Rays in December of 2007; during that time he won two Division Championships (2006 & 2008) and made three All-Star teams (2006-2008).

On February 11th, 2013 it was announced that Perez had agreed to a one year deal worth $8 million with the Kansas City Royals - his tenth team since 1999. In 2014 Patrick retired after 14 years in professional baseball playing for 10 different clubs including Kansas City Royals, Detroit Tigers, Miami Marlins, Los Angeles Dodgers (three stints), Texas Rangers (two stints), Philadelphia Phillies and Oakland Athletics representing five countries over that time span: USA (), Mexico (), Cuba () & Venezuela ().

17. Bubba Watson

Bubba Watson Career

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 have 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 (54), 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...

18. Matthew Wolff

Matthew Wolff Career

  • College: Oklahoma State University
  • Turned professional: 2019
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf, PGA Tour
  • Professional wins: 1
  • Highest ranking: 12 (October 11, 2020)[1], (as of January 8, 2023)

After attending Oklahoma State University, Wolff turned professional in 2019. He has played on the PGA Tour and the LIV Golf tour since then. In his rookie season, he won a tournament on the LIV Golf tour and finished in 2nd place on the PGA Tour's developmental circuit that year.

Additionally, he has competed in a number of other tournaments around the world including The Masters Tournament and The Open Championship during his career so far. Matthew is currently 22 years old and resides in Jupiter, Florida with his wife Cate and their dog Rascal Wolff has a professional win and a career-high ranking on the PGA Tour.

Wolff has made one cut in major championships, both Masters Tournament appearances. Wolff has achieved some success on the Champions Tour, where he won the Haskins Award in 2019.

19. Harold Varner III

Harold Varner III Career

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 a NCAA Championship.

After graduating from college, HaroldVarner 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..

20. Henrik Stenson

Henrik Stenson Career

  • Turned professional: 1998
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf, PGA Tour, European Tour
  • Professional wins: 22
  • Highest ranking: 2 (25 May 2014)[1]

Henrik Stenson is a 46-year-old Swede who has been playing professional golf for over 20 years. He currently plays on the PGA Tour, European Tour, and LIV Golf tours.

Henrik Stenson's biggest accomplishment to date is winning two major championships – The Masters in 2013 and The Open Championship in 2014. Henrik Stenson also has several other top ten finishes including third place at the UBS Hong Kong Open in 2007, fifth place at the WGC‑Bridgestone Invitational in 2011, sixth place at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in 2012, seventh place at the PNC Financial Services Classic in 2016, eighth place at the Sony Open Mexico City in 2017, ninth place at The Players Championship 2018 and tenth spot (tied) with Bubba Watson at The Masters 2019.

However it should be noted that Henrik Stenson has not always had great results when competing against some of today's best golfers such as Tiger Woods and Patrick Reed; he finished outside of the top 30 twice during his career (at both Augusta National Golf Club and Torrey Pines). Despite this inconsistency throughout his career there are no doubts that Henrik Stenson is one of Sweden's most successful sportsmen ever – he has three children with Emma Löfgren​and resides near Orlando Florida​where he enjoys spending time outdoors fishing or playing tennis​

21. Peter Uihlein

Peter Uihlein Career

  • College: Oklahoma State University
  • Turned professional: 2011
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf
  • Former tour(s): PGA Tour, European Tour, Challenge Tour, Korn Ferry Tour
  • Professional wins: 3
  • Highest ranking: 48 (June 3, 2018)[1], (as of January 8, 2023)

Peter Uihlein is a professional golfer from the United States. He turned pro in 2011 and has since played on the PGA Tour, European Tour, Challenge Tour and Korn Ferry Tour.

In his career so far, he has won three tournaments including two on the PGA Tour - both at The Masters Tournament in 2016 and 2017 respectively. Outside of golfing, Peter is also an investor who co-founded firm Vertex Ventures with billionaire Bill Gates Sr..

He currently resides in Jupiter, Florida with his wife Caroline Wozniacki (a former World No 1 tennis player). Peter Uihlein is a professional golfer who has achieved some good results on the European Tour and Korn Ferry Tour. He has also had some success in major championships, most notably at The Open Championship where he has finished in fourth place four times.

In 2010, he won the Mark H. McCormack Medal - an award given to the best amateur golfer in America - and two years later he was named Rookie of the Year by the PGA of America. As well as his golfing career, Peter Uihlein also works as a financial advisor for Merrill Lynch Wealth Management in Chicago, Illinois.[1]

22. Marc Leishman

Marc Leishman Career

  • Turned professional: 2005
  • Current tour(s): PGA Tour of Australasia, LIV Golf
  • Former tour(s): PGA Tour
  • Professional wins: 13
  • Highest ranking: 12 (22 October 2017)[1], (as of 8 January 2023)

Leishman has been a professional golfer since 2005. He achieved his highest ranking on the PGA Tour in 2017, and is currently playing on the PGA Tour of Australasia.

Leishman has thirteen professional wins to his name, including two major championship titles - the 2012 Australian Open and the 2016 US Open. His other notable achievements include runner-up finishes at both The Masters (2013) and The British Open (2015).

Outside of golf, Leishman is married to Audrey Hills and they have three children together. Marc Leishman is a professional golfer who has won six tournaments on the PGA Tour. He also has one win on the European Tour and one win on the Asian Tour. His best result in a major championship was finishing fourth at the Masters Tournament in 2013.

Leishman has also been named Rookie of The Year twice, and he has achieved other awards including Order of Merit winner in 2006.

23. Graeme McDowell

Graeme McDowell Career

  • College: University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • Turned professional: 2002
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf, European Tour
  • Former tour(s): PGA Tour
  • Professional wins: 16
  • Highest ranking: 4 (16 January 2011)[1]

Graeme McDowell is a professional golfer from Northern Ireland. He has three children and resides in Orlando, Florida. Graeme McDowell turned professional in 2002 and currently plays on the PGA Tour.

His best performance to date was at The Open Championship where he finished tied for 4th place in 2011. Graeme McDowell is well-known for his smooth swing and accurate putting ability which have seen him win numerous tournaments throughout his career including The Players Championship twice (2005, 2006).

Graeme McDowell is a two-time winner on the European Tour, most recently winning the Open Championship in 2012. Graeme McDowell has 16 professional wins and was ranked fourth in 2011. Graeme McDowell frequently plays with American players such as Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods, but he also enjoys playing against fellow Europeans like Sweden's Henrik Stenson and Spain's Sergio Garcia.

In his spare time, Graeme McDowell likes to play golf for charity events or watch rugby union matches.

24. Branden Grace

Branden Grace Career

  • 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)[1], (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 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 Masters Tournament, U.S Open and Players Championship - but with great success comes pressure and challenges that only experience can bring about progressively over time.

25. Anirban Lahiri

Anirban Lahiri Career

  • Turned professional: 2007
  • Current tour(s): Asian Tour, PGA Tour, LIV Golf
  • Former tour(s): European Tour, Professional Golf Tour of India
  • Professional wins: 18
  • Highest ranking: 33 (29 March 2015)[1]

Lahiri turned professional in 2007. He has won four times on the Asian Tour, most recently at the Alstom Open de France in 2015. Lahiri also has two PGA Tour wins under his belt - at the RBC Canadian Open in 2013 and 2017's FedEx St Jude Classic.

In February 2018 he became one of only five players to win both an official World Golf Championship event (the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational) and a European Tour title (the BMW PGA Championship). Outside of golf, Lahiri is a passionate cricket enthusiast who represented India at international level from Under-19 to Under-23 levels before turning his focus exclusively to golf full time in 2009..

Anirban Lahiri is an Indian professional golfer who has won two European Tour events and seven Asian Tour titles. He has also competed in several major championships, most notably the Masters Tournament, where he finished in fifth place in 2016. In 2009, Lahiri was named Order of Merit winner on the Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI). The 29-year-old currently resides in Mumbai, Maharashtra and is a member of the PGA TOUR's 2020 class.[1]

26. Martin Kaymer

Martin Kaymer Career

  • Turned professional: 2005
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf, European Tour
  • Former tour(s): PGA Tour, Challenge Tour, EPD Tour
  • Professional wins: 23
  • Highest ranking: 1 (27 February 2011)[3], (8 weeks)

Martin Kaymer is a professional golfer who has won 23 tournaments on the European Tour, PGA Tour and Challenge Tour. He was born in 1984 in Düsseldorf, West Germany.

Martin Kaymer has been playing golf since he was six years old and turned professional in 2005. His most successful season to date came in 2010 when he won three tournaments on the European Tour - the Memsie Open, BMW Italian Open and Players Championship - as well as the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone Country Club outside Akron, Ohio which earned him his first major championship title.[3] In 2013 Martin Kaymer finished second on both the PGA Tour (the FedEx Cup) and European Ryder Cup team,[4][5] before winning two more events later that year: The Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill Golf Course near Orlando, Florida[6], followed by The British Masters at St Andrews Golf Club.[7] In 2015 Martin Kaymer again finished runner-up on both tours; this time behind Jordan Spieth at The Masters Tournament,[8] but did manage to win one event during that calendar year - The Zurich Classic of New Orleans.[9] Martin Kaymer with two wins including back-to-back titles –The Deutsche Bank National Pro Am presented by SCA [10], then Dubai Desert Classic[11].

This earned him membership of Europe’s elite ‘Elite Ten’ alongside players such as Rory McIlroy, Sergio Garcia and Jason Day amongst others.[12]

27. Greg Norman

Greg Norman Career

  • Turned professional: 1976
  • Former tour(s): PGA Tour of Australasia, PGA Tour, European Tour, Champions Tour
  • Professional wins: 88
  • Highest ranking: 1 (14 September 1986), (331 weeks)

Greg Norman is a professional golfer who has won numerous major championships, including four Masters titles. He was born in Mount Isa, Queensland, Australia in 1955 and started playing golf at the age of five.

Norman became one of the world's leading players during the 1980s and 1990s, winning major championships on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. In 2007 he announced his retirement from competitive golf after failing to win a tournament that year; he later reversed his decision and returned to competition in 2008.

On 11 November 2009, Norman married former tennis player Laura Andrassy; they divorced in 2007 but have since remarried. He has two children with Andrassy: daughter Madison (born 1985) and son Austin (born 1988). He currently lives in Florida with his second wife Kirsten Kutner whom he married in 2010。

28. Carlos Ortiz

Carlos Ortiz Career

  • College: University of North Texas
  • Turned professional: 2013
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf, European Tour
  • Professional wins: 5
  • Highest ranking: 44 (28 February 2021)[1], (as of 8 January 2023)

Carlos Ortiz is a professional golfer who turned pro in 2013. He has won five tournaments on the Professional Golf Tour (PGA) and one on the Web.com Tour, as well as 44 tour titles overall.

Carlos Ortiz was born in Jalisco, Mexico, in 1991 and raised in Dallas, Texas. His career highlights include finishing runner-up at The Masters Tournament in 2018 and winning The Waste Management Phoenix Open two years earlier.

Carlos Ortiz is known for his powerful driving style and consistent play both off the tee and on the greens Ortiz was born in the Dominican Republic. At age 18, Ortiz made his professional golfing debut on the PGA Tour after winning a qualifying event.

In 2011, he won a silver medal at the Summer Universiade Men's Team competition in Shenzhen, China. That same year, he finished T9th on the PGA tour and earned his card for 2012 through Q-School

29. Cameron Tringale

Cameron Tringale Career

  • College: Georgia Tech
  • Turned professional: 2009
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf
  • Former tour(s): PGA Tour
  • Professional wins: 1
  • Highest ranking: 44 (February 27, 2022)[1], (as of January 8, 2023)

Cameron Tringale is a professional golfer from the United States. He has competed on the PGA Tour and has won one tour event, the 2010 KLM Open in Amsterdam.

His first major championship was at the 2007 U.S. Open where he lost to Tiger Woods in a sudden-death playoff after both had finished tied for first place on 18 holes of regulation play.

In 2009, he won two events on tour - The AT&T National and THE PLAYERS Championship - becoming only the third player ever to win two tournaments in one year on tour (joining Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson).

He also became just the fifth person since World War II to win three times during a single season on tour, joining Gene Littler (1965), Gary Player (1966), Jack Nicklaus (1974) and Adam Scott (2011). Since his return to full fitness following ankle surgery which sidelined him for almost half of 2011, Tringale has been among the best players in golf with four top ten finishes including second at last week's WGC-Cadillac Championship behind winner Jason Dufner .

30. Matt Jones

Matt Jones Career

  • College: Arizona State University
  • Turned professional: 2001
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf, PGA Tour, PGA Tour of Australasia
  • Former tour(s): Nationwide Tour
  • Professional wins: 4
  • Highest ranking: 41 (6 April 2014)[1]

Matt Jones was born in Sydney, Australia on April 19th, 1980. Matt Jones attended Arizona State University where he played college football for the Sun Devils from 1999-2001.

In 2001, Matt Jones turned professional with the Baltimore Ravens and has since had a successful career playing for teams including the Washington Redskins, St Louis Rams and Atlanta Falcons.

In 2010, Matt Jones married Melissa Weber who is also an Australian football player and they have three children together: Madeline (born 2011), Miles (born 2013) and Mitchell (born 2017). Outside of his professional career as a footballer, MattJones works as a sales representative for an IT company in Sydney.

Matt Jones continues to play at least one game per season into his 40s which shows that despite being past his physical prime at times he still has some good years left in him.

31. Hudson Swafford

Hudson Swafford Career

  • College: University of Georgia
  • Turned professional: 2011
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf
  • Professional wins: 4
  • Highest ranking: 61 (January 23, 2022)[2], (as of January 8, 2023)

Hudson Swafford was born in 1987 and turned pro in 2011. He attended the University of Georgia where he played golf for the Bulldogs. After turning professional, Hudson made his way up through the ranks on tour, earning several top-10 finishes along the way before establishing himself as a consistent player on PGA Tour events in 2018.

In 2019, Hudson won his first major championship at The Open Championship, becoming only the fourth American to win a major title (joining Ernie Els, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods). Hudson is married with two kids and currently resides in Sea Island, Georgia.[1] Hudson Swafford is a professional golfer who has won four times on the Web.com Tour, including two in 2018.

He also finished 61st on the PGA Tour's rankings in January of 2022 and was one spot away from qualifying for the Masters Tournament that year. In 2017, he made his first appearance at The Open Championship where he failed to make it past round 2 after carding rounds of 68-71-68=287 (-7). Despite this setback, Hudson continued playing well throughout 2018 and ended up winning twice on the Web.com Tour (one at tournament host Pinehurst Resort & Country Club), taking home $1 million each time as prize money along the way - both wins coming during playoff stages.

While there are no guarantees when it comes to major championships such as The Open Championship or Augusta National Golf Club (where Hudson has not qualified for either event yet), should he continue his upward trajectory heading into 2019 and beyond, don't be surprised if you see him competing against some of golf's biggest names soon enough.

32. Charles Howell III

Charles Howell III Career

  • College: Oklahoma State University
  • Turned professional: 2000
  • Current tour(s): PGA Tour (suspended), LIV Golf
  • Professional wins: 3
  • Highest ranking: 15 (February 23, 2003)[1]

Charles Howell III is a professional golfer who has won numerous tournaments including the 2001 U.S. Amateur, 2002 PGA Championship, and 2009 Masters Tournament.

He was born in Augusta, Georgia on June 20th 1979 to Gordon and Heather Howell. Charles started playing golf when he was just four years old and quickly became a prodigy winning many amateur tournaments along the way including the US Amateur in 2001 where he defeated Tiger Woods 1 up in the final round.

In 2003 Chucky had his first major championship victory at The PGA Championship defeating Rocco Mediate by two strokes after an exciting playoff which included holes-in-one from both players. Chucky's most recent title came at The Masters Tournament in 2009 where he beat Phil Mickelson by one stroke after leading for almost all of the tournament.

Outside of golf Charles enjoys spending time with his wife Heather and their two children Xavier (born 2004) and Haven (born 2007). Charles currently resides in Orlando Florida where he plays regularly on tour as well as hosting celebrity events such as NBA All Star Weekend .

33. Jason Kokrak

Jason Kokrak Career

  • 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)[1], (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.

34. Turk Pettit

Turk Pettit Career

  • College: Clemson University
  • Turned professional: 2021
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf
  • Former tour(s): Forme Tour, Korn Ferry Tour
  • Professional wins: 1

Turk Pettit is a 24-year old American basketball player who was drafted in the second round of the 2018 NBA Draft by the Atlanta Hawks. Turk Pettit played college ball at North Carolina and helped lead his team to two ACC championships and one NCAA championship.

After being drafted, Turk Pettit joined the Pacers for their rookie season but he was waived before playing a single game. In March 2019, Turk Pettit signed with the Memphis Grizzlies and has since been averaging 10 points per game off the bench. In 2020, Turk Pettit will be entering his third year in the NBA and is looking to improve on his strong showing from last season.

Turk Pettit loves spending time with family and friends outside of basketball, enjoying going skiing or hiking as well as watching sports events together when possible

35. James Piot

James Piot Career

  • College: Michigan State
  • Turned professional: 2022
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf

James Piot was born on October 14th, 1998 in Farmington Hills, Michigan. He is 5'9" and weighs 153 lbs. James played football for his high school team before turning to wrestling as a junior and then deciding he wanted to focus solely on the sport after that season.

In 2017, James won the Junior World Wrestling Championship which earned him a spot at the Senior World Championships later that year where he finished in 4th place overall. James has also competed in several international tournaments including winning a silver medal at the Cadet World Wrestling Championships back in 2016 and bronze medals at both the U18 & U20 European Wrestling Championships last year respectively .

After graduation from high school this spring, James will begin attending Central Michigan University majoring in Civil Engineering with an emphasis on Infrastructure Planning

36. Richard Bland

Richard Bland Career

  • Turned professional: 1996
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf, European Tour
  • Former tour(s): Challenge Tour
  • Professional wins: 2
  • Highest ranking: 48 (3 April 2022)[1], (as of 8 January 2023)

Bland was born on 3 February 1973 in Burton-upon-Trent, England. He turned professional in 1996 and has since played on the European Tour and LIV Golf tours.

Bland's best results include a 2nd place finish at the 1999 KLM Open, as well as runner up finishes at the 2007 Swiss Indoors and 2008 Scottish Masters. In 2017 he qualified for The Open Championship where he finished T9th overall Bland was born in the United Kingdom, but now lives and plays golf in South Africa.

Bland has been a professional golfer since 2017 and has played on both the European Tour and Challenge Tour. Bland has had some success on the European Tour, where he has won two tournaments - one of which was at The Open Championship in 2017. However, his greatest achievement to date may well have been finishing as runner-up at the Masters Tournament back in April 2022; this is still an impressive result for a player who is only just starting out on the tour.

As for future goals? Well, Bland would love nothing more than to win another major championship title - something that looks increasingly unlikely given his current ranking of 48th overall (as of January 2023). Overall, Richard Bland seems like a very talented golfer with plenty of potential for further success down the line; be sure to keep an eye out for him over the next few years.

37. Chase Koepka

Chase Koepka Career

  • College: University of South Florida
  • Turned professional: 2016
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf
  • Former tour(s): European Tour, Challenge Tour, Korn Ferry Tour

Chase Koepka is an American professional golfer who has won multiple tournaments, including the PGA Championship and The Open. He was born in West Palm Beach, Florida, on January 30th 1994.

At just 5'9", Chase had to work hard to develop his skills as a golfer; he began playing at age 4 and eventually became a member of the U.S Amateur Golf Team at 16 years old. His first major championship victory came at the 2016 US PGA Championship, and since then he's gone on to win several other prestigious events – most notably The Open in 2017 which made him only the second player after Tiger Woods to complete back-to-back majors (the other being Phil Mickelson).

Chase lives with his wife Brittany and their young daughter Serah in Orlando, Florida; he is also heavily involved in charity work through his involvement with St Jude Children's Research Hospital . As well as golfing, Chase enjoys spending time outdoors - especially fishing - and chilling out with friends or family members when not working or travelling for competitions.

38. Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra

Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra Career

  • College: Oklahoma State University
  • Turned professional: 2022
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf
  • Professional wins: 1

Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra is a Spanish footballer who plays for Atlético Madrid as a forward. He made his senior debut with CF Rayo Vallecano in the 2018–19 season, appearing in seven La Liga matches and scoring one goal.

On 6 January 2019, he signed for Atlético Madrid on loan until the end of the season. Lopez-Chacarra has also represented Spain at youth level, making four appearances for the under-16s and five for the under-17s before being called up to represent their U21 side in March 2019.

Eugenio Chacarra was born in 2000 and began playing football at an early age with local team Racing Club de Alcoyano before joining CF Rayo Vallecano's academy aged just nine years old Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra is a professional golfer who has won one tournament. He was born in Spain, and attended Oklahoma State University before turning professional in 2022.

Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra currently plays on the LIV Golf tour. His career highlight so far has been winning his single tournament to date - the PGA Catalunya Open in 2020. Eugenio Lopez-Chacarra is considered one of the up and coming stars of golf, with plenty of potential for success still ahead of him.

39. Bernd Wiesberger

Bernd Wiesberger Career

  • Turned professional: 2006
  • Current tour(s): European Tour, LIV Golf
  • Former tour(s): Challenge Tour
  • Professional wins: 12
  • Highest ranking: 21 (24 November 2019)[1], (as of 8 January 2023)

Bernd Wiesberger is an Austrian professional golfer who turned pro in 2006. He has played on the European Tour since 2009 and has had some success, including a top-10 finish at the 2015 Open de France.

In 2016, he won his first title on the European Tour when he won the Belgian Open. Outside of golf, Bernd Wiesberger works as a financial advisor for LIV Golf Group in Austria; this role gives him access to high-net worth individuals and businesses across Europe..

Bernd Wiesberger is a German professional golfer who has been playing on the European Tour since 2013. He has won 12 tournaments across all four main tours, including two on the Challenge Tour. In 2019, he reached his first major championship final in The Open Championship but fell to eventual champion Brooks Koepka.

Outside of golf, Bernd Wiesberger is a model and actor with roles in films such as Terminator Genisys and Death Wish Germany II amongst others.

40. Shaun Norris

Shaun Norris Career

  • Turned professional: 2002
  • Current tour(s): European Tour, Japan Golf Tour, Sunshine Tour
  • Former tour(s): Asian Tour, LIV Golf
  • Professional wins: 10
  • Highest ranking: 54 (19 January 2020)[1], (as of 8 January 2023)

Shaun Norris turned professional in 2002. He played on the European Tour for two seasons and then moved to the Japan Golf Tour. Norris has won four times on tour, including once on the European Tour and twice on the Japan Golf Tour.

He is married to Candy Norris and they have two children together. Shaun Norris is currently playing on the Sunshine Tour in Australia and will continue to do so until 2020 when he turns 40 years old. Shaun Norris is a professional golfer who has won 10 tournaments on the Professional Tour.

Shaun Norris reached 54th place in the world rankings in January 2020, and he has since improved his ranking by several places. Norris also achieved some good results in major championships, including making it to the final stages of both The Open Championship and Masters Tournament but losing out each time.

In 2018, Shaun Norris finished 61st on the Official World Golf Ranking which was his best achievement to date as a professional golcher.

41. Phachara Khongwatmai

Phachara Khongwatmai Career

  • Turned professional: 2014
  • Current tour(s): Asian Tour, European Tour, LIV Golf
  • Former tour(s): Asian Development Tour
  • Professional wins: 10

Phachara Khongwatmai is a professional golfer from Thailand. He turned pro in 2014 and has since played on the Asian Tour, European Tour and PGA Tour of America.

His most recent tournament was the Dubai Desert Classic where he finished tied for 13th place. Phachara is known for his strong short game which allows him to make shots difficult to hit such as bunker shots and chip saves.

He currently resides in Songkhla, Thailand with his family.
Phachara is an avid supporter of Thai football club Buriram United Fc..
He has two younger brothers who also play golf professionally.
Phachara's favourite hole on any course is the par-4 14th because it offers many opportunities for birdie or even a triple bogey if missed.
The 23 year old hopes to achieve greater things both on and off the golf course in future years

42. Sam Horsfield

Sam Horsfield Career

  • College: University of Florida
  • Turned professional: 2017
  • Current tour(s): European Tour, LIV Golf
  • Professional wins: 3
  • Highest ranking: 64 (15 May 2022)[1], (as of 8 January 2023)

Sam Horsfield is an English professional golfer who turned pro in 2017. His highest finish on the European Tour was a tie for 10th place at the Madeira Island Open in 2018.

He has won two events on the LIV Golf tour, both of which were PGA Tour Qualifying tournaments: The Scottish Open and The Irish Open. Outside of golf, Sam works as an engineer for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars UK Ltd Horsfield has been a consistent performer on the European Tour, with three professional wins.

Horsfield has had some good results at major championships, including a T-49 at Masters Tournament in 2021 and two top-ten finishes at The Open Championship. Sam is currently ranked 64th on the Official World Golf Ranking which shows his consistency over the years.

43. Scott Vincent

Scott Vincent Career

  • College: Virginia Tech
  • Turned professional: 2015
  • Current tour(s): Asian Tour, Japan Golf Tour, LIV Golf
  • Former tour(s): European Tour, PGA Tour Canada, Japan Challenge Tour
  • Professional wins: 5
  • Highest ranking: 78 (18 September 2022)[1], (as of 8 January 2023)

Scott Vincent is a professional golfer who turned professional in 2015. He has won several tournaments on the Asian Tour, Japan Golf Tour and LIV Golf tour.

His best performances to date have come at the PGA Championship where he finished in a tie for 8th place in 2017. Scott Vincent also played on the European Tour from 2014-2015 but only made one appearance, at The Open Championship where he finished tied for 58th place.

He currently resides in Denver, Colorado with his wife Kelsey Loupee and their child born in 2017 Scott Vincent is a professional golfer from Japan who has played on the Japan Challenge Tour since 2018. His best results in tournaments so far have come on the Japanese Challenge Tour, where he has won five times and finished in the top three once.

In addition to his success on tour, Scott Vincent also triumphed at an event during his rookie year - winning Asia's Rookie of the Year Award. Outside of golf, Scott Vincent enjoys spending time with family and friends and playing football (soccer). Overall, Scott Vincent is considered to be one of the most promising up-and-coming golfers from Japan currently competing on tour around the world

44. Sadom Kaewkanjana

Sadom Kaewkanjana Career

  • Turned professional: 2018
  • Current tour(s): Asian Tour, All Thailand Golf Tour, LIV Golf
  • Former tour(s): Asian Development Tour
  • Professional wins: 8
  • Highest ranking: 91 (28 August 2022)[1], (as of 8 January 2023)

Sadom Kaewkanjana turned professional in 2018. Prior to turning professional, he played on the Asian Development Tour and the All Thailand Golf Tour. He has won eight times as a professional, with his highest ranking coming in August 2022 when he was 91st in the world rankings.

Kaewkanjana is a left-handed player who primarily plays off the tee but can also hit shots from short range well. Sadom Kaewkanjana is a professional Thai golfer. Sadom has played on the Asian Tour for two years, but failed to make any impact in that time. He did however have some success on the local level, winning several tournaments including the All Thailand Golf Tour Order of Merit winner in 2021.

Sadom will hope to turn his fortunes around at this week's Masters Tournament where he sits at number 156 in the world rankings and faces stiff competition from players such as Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler who are both ranked much higher than him

45. Laurie Canter

Laurie Canter Career

  • Turned professional: 2011
  • Current tour(s): European Tour, LIV Golf
  • Former tour(s): Challenge Tour, PGA EuroPro Tour
  • Professional wins: 1
  • Highest ranking: 81 (16 January 2022)[1], (as of 8 January 2023)

Laurie Canter was born in Bath, Somerset on November 3rd 1989. Laurie started playing golf at the age of 10 and quickly became a top player in his local area.

In 2011, Laurie turned professional and has been climbing the European Tour rankings ever since. His biggest achievements to date include winning two tournaments (the BMW PGA Championship and The Open de France) as well as finishing runner-up twice (The WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and The Australian Masters).

Laurie is currently ranked 20th on the European Tour standings and looks set for continued success in the future. Laurie Canter is a professional golfer who has won one tournament. Laurie Canter was born in the United States, but now lives in Ireland. Laurie Canter played on the Challenge Tour for two seasons before making it to the PGA EuroPro Tour in 2018.

In 2020, Laurie Canter made her debut on the Ladies Professional Golfers' Association (LPGA) tour and finished 2nd at The Lotte Championship with compatriot Catriona Matthew finishing 1st overall behind eventual winner Lydia Ko of New Zealand . In 2021, she again finished runner-up at The Lotte Championship this time losing out by one shot to Kelli Kuehne of America .

At age 41, Laurie Canter became only the third woman ever to make an international appearance as part of Team USA's World Cup squad when she competed at Royal Birkdale alongside Suzann Pettersen and Lexi Thompson , where they reached the quarterfinals after defeating Sweden , Thailand and Australia en route.

46. Sihwan Kim

Sihwan Kim Career

  • College: Stanford University
  • Turned professional: 2011
  • Current tour(s): European Tour, Asian Tour, LIV Golf
  • Former tour(s): Challenge Tour
  • Professional wins: 2

Sihwan Kim is a professional golfer who hails from South Korea. He attended Stanford University, where he played on the varsity golf team. After graduating from college, Sihwan turned professional and began playing on the European Tour in 2011.

In 2012, he won his first tour event - the Grand Prix de Saint-Gaudens - and has since added more wins to his resume including two events at The Masters Tournament in 2013 and 2014 respectively. Outside of tournaments, Sihwan enjoys spending time with his wife and young son; he also volunteers with various organizations that help children in need around the world through sport initiatives such as Special Olympics or Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Sihwan Kim is a professional golfer from South Korea.

He has been playing on the Asian Tour since 2008, and has had some success in major championships, including a runner-up finish at the PGA Championship in 2017. In 2018, he won his first tour title - the Samsung Malaysian Open on the Asian Tour. He was also named Player of the Year on the Asia Tour that year, after finishing inside the top 10 rankings for both men's and ladies' golf every week throughout 2018 season. In 2020, Sihwan placed second at The Open Championship held at Royal Birkdale Golf Club in England to Australian Tyrone Van Aswegen with a score of one over par 223 (a total of five under par rounds).

He played in his third Masters Tournament this year but did not make it out of qualifying; however he finished T8th place alongside American Xander Schauffele with an average roundscore (+1) which would have given him conditional status into next year’s event if he hadn’t dropped out due to injury early during Day 2 play on Thursday morning before Round 1 commenced.
7 His rookie season ending well as Top 10 player means 2019 will be huge for him.

47. Wade Ormsby

Wade Ormsby Career

  • College: University of Houston
  • Turned professional: 2001
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf, Asian Tour
  • Former tour(s): European Tour, PGA Tour of Australasia, Nationwide Tour, Challenge Tour
  • Professional wins: 3
  • Highest ranking: 97 (7 January 2018)[1], (as of 8 January 2023)

Wade Ormsby is a professional golfer who has been playing for over 20 years. He was born in Adelaide, South Australia and turned professional in 2001. Wade Ormsby has played on the Asian Tour and the European Tour in his career so far.

He has one daughter and currently resides in Adelaide, South Australia. Wade Ormsby is known for his consistent play on tour which has earned him several titles including two Asia-Pacific PGA Championship titles (2005, 2007). In addition to his golfing achievements, Wade Ormsby also enjoys spending time with family and friends as he does not have any children of his own yet.

Wade Ormsby is a professional golfer who has won three tournaments on the PGA Tour of Australasia and one on the Challenge Tour. He has also had success in other major championships, finishing T40 at the U.S. Open in 2021 and The Open Championship in 2018. Wade Ormsby was born in Australia but now lives in Florida where he plays for Professional Golfers' Association (PGA) member clubs including Torrey Pines and Harbour Town Golf Links .

48. Rory McIlroy

Rory McIlroy Career

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 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 Masters Tournament andPGA Championship

49. Jediah Morgan

Jediah Morgan Career

  • Turned professional: 2021
  • Current tour(s): LIV Golf, PGA Tour of Australasia
  • Professional wins: 1

Morgan was born in Brisbane, Australia on 30 November 1999. He is a tall player at 6'0" and weighs 192lbs. Morgan turned professional in 2021 and currently plays on the PGA Tour of Australasia as well as the LIV Golf tour.

Morgan has one professional win to his name - a playoff victory on the PGA Tour of Australasia back in 2020. Outside of golf, Morgan enjoys spending time with family and friends, surfing and camping among other things. Jediah Morgan is a professional golfer from the United States.

He has won one tour event, the PGA Tour of Australasia in 2018. Morgan also finished runner-up at the Masters Tournament that year and was a member of the U.S. Ryder Cup team that summer. In 2019, he reached his first major championship final but lost to Justin Thomas on 18 holes at The Open Championship..

Morgan has an overall record of 25 wins and 22 losses on the PGA Tour of Australasia, including three second place finishes behind champion Cameron Smith.. He will make his debut in Europe later this year when he plays in The Scottish Open as part of the European Tour's developmental series for new players...

50. Paul Casey

Paul Casey Career

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 Masters 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 Sir Henry Cotton Award, which recognises 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.

51. Adrián Otaegui

Adrián Otaegui Career

  • Turned professional: 2011
  • Current tour(s): European Tour, LIV Golf
  • Former tour(s): Challenge Tour
  • Professional wins: 4
  • Highest ranking: 64 (17 February 2019)[1], (as of 8 January 2023)

Adrián Otaegui was born on November 21st, 1992 in San Sebastián, Spain. He turned professional in 2011 and is currently playing on the European Tour. His favourite hole to play is the 18th at The National Golf Club - St Andrews where he has won twice including a playoff last year.

Outside of golf, Adrián likes spending time with his family and friends as well as travelling when possible. In 2015 he competed in The Open Championship where he finished tied for 20th place after rounds of 68-70-72=236 Otaegui was born in Ciudad Real, Castile-La Mancha, Spain on 17 February 1993.

Otaegui has played competitive golf since he was five years old and turned professional in 2013. In his rookie season on the European Tour, Otaegui made four top ten finishes including a fourth place finish at the PGA Championship which earned him a spot on the Challenge Tour for two more seasons. On 11 September 2018, Otaegui won his first major championship when he captured The Open Championship with a final round of 66 which included an eagle three putt to win outright from overnight leader Henrik Stenson.

Otaegui continued his hot play into 2019 by capturing both The Masters Tournament and U.S Open but failed to defend his title at The Open Championship where he finished third behind Scotty Cameron and Patrick Reed respectively.. Otaegui currently sits atop the Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR) after winning two events this year – The Masters Tournament and Wyndham Championship – while finishing inside the top 20 in eleven other tournaments during 2019 alone making him one of Europe’s most consistent players over recent seasons..

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