Height: 6'1" (1.85 m)
Weight: 235 ( kg)
Age: 27 (September 16, 1993)
Birthplace: Modesto, California
Residence: Dallas, Texas
Southern Methodist University
Special Interests: Physics, family, faith, cars, fishing
Turned Professional: 2016
City plays from: Clovis, CA, United States
PGA TOURWinner, U.S. Open (thru 2025-26)
PGA TOUR Victories (8):2017 (1) John Deere Classic. 2018 (3) the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide, THE NORTHERN TRUST, Dell Technologies Championship. 2019 (1) Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. 2020 (1) Rocket Mortgage Classic. 2021 (2) U.S. Open (2020), Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard.
Korn Ferry Tour Victories (1):2016 (1) DAP Championship.
International Victories (1):
Career Low Round:62 - 2021 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open (Round 1)
Career High FedExCup Rank:#1 : 2021 PGA Championship
Career High Official World Golf Rank:#4 : 2021 Charles Schwab Challenge
Career Largest Paycheck:$2,250,000 : 2021 U.S. Open (2020) (Finished 1)
2020-21 Season Highlights
PGA TOURU.S. Open - Won the September U.S. Open by six strokes over Matthew Wolff, earning his first major championship title and seventh win on the PGA TOUR. Victory came in his 16th major championship appearance and sixth at the U.S. Open. Became the 12th player to win the U.S. Amateur and the U.S. Open. Became the third player to win those two events and an individual title at the NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships, joining Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods. Began the season with a win in his first start for the second time in his career (first: 2018-19 season). Marked the first major championship victory by a former Southern Methodist University player since Payne Stewart won the 1999 U.S. Open. Was the only player in the field with an under-par final-round score (3-under 67) and the only player to finish the tournament under par (6-under). Shriners Hospitals for Children Open - Finished T8 at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, his fourth consecutive top-10 at the event. Shot a first-round 62 to take a one-stroke lead, the second 18-hole lead/co-lead of his career (fell to 0-for-2). Led the field in Driving Distance (363.1 yards). Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard - Earned his eighth career PGA TOUR title and second of the season, winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard by one stroke over Lee Westwood. Became the first multiple winner of the season. Led the field in Strokes Gained: Off the Tee (1.761 per round) and Driving Distance (321.3 yards). Hit two drives of at least 370 yards on No. 6, the first drives hit longer than 360 yards on that hole during the ShotLink era (est. 2003). Was the only player in the field to record four under-par scores. THE PLAYERS Championship - Finished T3 at THE PLAYERS Championship, earning his first top-10 in three starts at the event. Played in the final group with Lee Westwood after doing so at the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard; the pair became the first to play in the final group in consecutive PGA TOUR events since Adam Scott and Vijay Singh in 2007.
National Team Selections
|PGA TOUR (Playoff Record: 1 - 0)|
|Season||Events||Rounds||1st||2nd||3rd||Top 10||Top 25||Cuts Made||Cuts Missed||WD||FedExCup Rank||Earnings|
|(A) - Amateur|
|THE PLAYERS Championship||Masters Tournament||PGA Championship||U.S. Open||The Open Championship||WGC-HSBC Champions||WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play||WGC-FedEx St. Jude Inv||WGC-Workday Championship at The Concession|
|THE NORTHERN TRUST||Dell Technologies Championship||BMW Championship||TOUR Championship|
- The physics major has been nicknamed by many, the Mad Scientist. Credits Homer Kelly's book, The Golfing Machine, for many of his swing principles and philosophies. Utilizes an unconventional approach of all of his irons being the same length, 37 1/2 inches, which is the average length of a 7-iron shaft (his favorite club). Has names for all of his clubs, for example his 60-degree wedge is named "The King" after 1960 Masters champion Arnold Palmer and his 6-iron is named "Juniper" after the sixth hole at Augusta National.
- Wears a Ben Hogan-style cap during tournament rounds on the PGA TOUR.