John Maxwell Homa is a PGA Tour professional golfer from the US. He won the NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship in 2013. He has six PGA Tour victories as a professional.
In May 2014, he won his first professional tournament, the Web.com Tour’s BMW Charity Pro-Am, by one stroke over fellow rookie Jonathan Randolph, earning $117,000. He earned his PGA Tour card for the 2014-15 season by finishing 17th on the Web.com Tour regular-season money list.
Homa competed in 27 PGA Tour tournaments during the 2015 season. He won $380,339 after 12 cuts.
Homa lost his PGA Tour card after making only two cuts in 17 tournaments during the 2017 season. That year, he earned only $18,008. He tweeted in 2017:
“Had a few caddies hit me up recently hoping to team up.” They’ve heard they have weekends off, which is evidently a big selling feature.”Max Homa
Homa reclaimed his PGA Tour card for the 2019 season during the 2018 Web.com Tour season.
Homa won the Wells Fargo Championship on May 5, 2019, his first PGA Tour victory, by a three-shot margin over Joel Dahmen. For his victory, Homa won $1.422 million, a two-year extension of his PGA Tour card, and invitations to the PGA Championship and the 2020 Masters Tournament.
Homa won his second PGA Tour title in a playoff against Tony Finau on February 21, 2021, at the Genesis Invitational.
Homa earned his third PGA Tour win in September 2021 at the Fortinet Championship, the first tournament of the 2021-22 season. Homa won the Wells Fargo Championship for the second time in May 2022. He finished the season in a tie for fifth place in the Tour Championship.
He successfully defended the Fortinet Championship in September 2022, chipping in for a birdie on the final hole to defeat Danny Willett by one shot. He was chosen to play for the United States in the 2022 Presidents Cup and won all four matches.
Homa won the Farmers Insurance Open in January 2023. He came from behind to win by two strokes over Keegan Bradley with a final-round 66.
|Full name||John Maxwell Homa|
|Born||November 19, 1990 (age 32), Burbank, California, U.S.|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Weight||180 lb (82 kg; 13 st)|
|Sporting nationality||United States|
|Residence||Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S.|
|College||University of California, Berkeley|
|Current tour(s)||PGA Tour|
|Former tour(s)||Web.com Tour|
|Highest ranking||5 (April 2, 2023), (as of May 14, 2023)|
|Number of wins by tour|
|Korn Ferry Tour||2|
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Golf Major’s Record
|The Open Championship||0||0||0||0||0||0||2||1|
Max Homa Recent Form
- Homa has finished below par 15 times in his last 20 rounds, carding 17 rounds with a better-than-average score.
- In two of his last 20 rounds, he has recorded the greatest score of the day.
- He finished within three strokes of the best round score four times in his previous 20 rounds, and 14 times within five strokes of the best day score.
- Homa has finished atop the scoreboard once in his last five outings, with two top-five performances and three top-10 results.
- Homa has finished inside three shots of the led twice and five or fewer strokes behind three times in his last five starts. He scored more than average four times.
- Homa is aiming for his fourth top-20 result in succession this week.
- Homa will try to extend his cut run to 15 by qualifying for the weekend one again.
Last Year Form
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