Patrick Cantlay is a professional golfer from the US. He had a brilliant amateur career, maintainined the World Amateur Golf Ranking for 55 weeks. He has a total of eight PGA Tour wins and a FedEx Cup in 2021.
Patrick was nominated UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 2022.
Cantlay won his first professional title in the 2013 Colombia Championship, a Web.com Tour tournament. He finished at 11th position in the Web.com Tour Finals for his PGA Tour card in 2014. Due to a back issue, he played five events only in the 2013-14 season and was granted an 11-event medical extension. He only competed in one event the following season, in late 2014, and did not compete in 2015 or 2016. Ten starts remained on his medical extension at the start of the 2017 season.
On November 5, 2017, Cantlay won his first PGA Tour victory at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open on the second extra hole in his second start of the 2018 season. His second start of the season earned his Tour card for the next season for the second year.
He won the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio 2019, propelling him into the global top 10 for the first time. Cantlay scored a final-round 64 to win his second PGA Tour championship, coming from four strokes behind 54-hole leader Martin Kaymer.
Cantlay won the Zozo Championship at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, California, in October 2020. The event was generally held in Japan, but owing to the COVID-19 epidemic, it was scheduled in California in 2020.
Cantlay won the Tour Championship on September 5, 2021, in Atlanta, Georgia. This win earned him the FedEx Cup and a $15,000,000 season-long prize. He won the PGA Tour Player of the Year award.
He represented the United States in the 2021 Ryder Cup, winning three and tying one of his four matches. He successfully defended his BMW Championship title in August 2022. Cantlay qualified for the United States squad in the 2022 Presidents Cup, winning three and losing one of his four matches.
He competed in back-to-back weeks at the Master’s Tournament and the RBC Heritage in early 2023, finishing T14 and third, respectively. Despite his impressive performance, the media attention was focused on his sluggish tempo of play.
|Born||March 17, 1992 (age 31), Long Beach, California|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Weight||160 lb (73 kg; 11 st)|
|Sporting nationality||United States|
|Current tour(s)||PGA Tour|
|Former tour(s)||European Tour, Web.com Tour|
|Highest ranking||3 (January 23, 2022), (as of May 14, 2023)|
|Korn Ferry Tour||1|
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Golf Major’s Record
|The Open Championship||0||0||0||0||1||2||4||3|
Patrick Cantlay Recent Form
- Cantlay has gone under par 14 times in his last 20 rounds, with one bogey-free round and 17 rounds with a better-than-average score.
- He finished in the top five in six of his last 20 rounds and seven times in the top ten.
- He finished within three strokes of the best round score eight times in his last 20 rounds and within five strokes of the best day score 11 times.
- He finished in the top five in two of his last five events.
- He finished within three strokes of the leader twice in his last five outings and has scored higher than average five times.
- He hopes to qualify for the weekend for the eighth time in a row.
Last 20 Performances
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