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Major Wins
Weeks At No. 1
Tiger Woods
Jupiter, Florida

Tiger Woods is one of the greatest golfers in the history of the sport. Tiger has 82 PGA TOUR wins – tied first all-time with Sam Snead – and 15 majors, which is second only to Jack Nicklaus.

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Rory McIlory
Holywood, Northern Ireland

Rory McIlroy has spent more than 100 weeks at World No. 1 during his career, and has four major titles and 24 PGA TOUR victories. Along with Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus, he is one of only three players to win four majors by the age of 25.

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Jon Rahm
Barrika, Spain

Jon Rahm grew up in Barrika, Spain, a town not far from the city of Bilbao in the Basque Country. His favorite player and inspiration was Seve Ballesteros.

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Justin Thomas
Louisville, Kentucky

Justin Thomas became the eighth son of a PGA professional to win the PGA Championship when he lifted the Wanamaker Trophy in 2017. His father, Mike, is a retired PGA professional and his grandfather, Paul, was also a PGA pro.

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Rickie Fowler
Murrieta, California

Rickie Fowler was the No. 1 ranked amateur golfer in the world for 36 weeks in 2007 and 2008. He wears orange on Sundays in the final round of tournaments in honor of the Oklahoma State Cowboys, for whom he played college golf.

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Collin Morikawa
La Canada, California

Collin Morikawa won his maiden major title in 2020 at the PGA Championship and followed it up with another major triumph in 2021 at The Open – winning each event in his debut appearance.

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Matt Fitzpatrick
Sheffield, England

When Matt Fitzpatrick won the 2013 U.S. Amateur, he became the first English winner of the event since Harold Hilton in 1911. Born in Sheffield, England, Fitzpatrick is a big fan of the Premier League soccer team Sheffield United.

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Justin Rose
London, England

Justin Rose became golf’s first Olympic gold medalist in more than 100 years when he won the gold medal at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. He also recorded the first hole-in-one in Olympic golf.

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Xander Schauffele
San Diego, California

Xander Schauffele is part of golf’s famous Class of 2011, which also includes Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas and Daniel Berger. Xander won the 2020 gold medal in golf at the Olympics in Tokyo, becoming the second TGLer to win gold after Justin Rose in 2016.

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Max Homa
Valencia, California

Max Homa attended the University of California-Berkeley and graduated with a degree in consumer behavior. The California native is a big sports fan, particularly of the L.A. Lakers and the L.A. Dodgers. Max’s earliest golfing memory is Tiger Woods winning the 1997 Masters.

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Adam Scott
Gold Coast, Australia

Adam Scott became the first Australian to win the Masters when he beat Angel Cabrera in a playoff at the 2013 tournament. Scott turned pro in 2000 after attending the University of Nevada-Las Vegas.

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Billy Horschel
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

Billy Horschel was born in Grant, Florida, a small town on the state’s Atlantic coast. His first love was baseball but Horschel turned to golf at 14 after an injury and went on to attend the University of Florida on an athletic scholarship before going pro in 2009.

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