Golf is an entertaining game to watch, there’s no denying it. The intensity and the majestic way in which the balls are shot make this game very popular worldwide. But to witness truly great golf, you have to watch certain players in action. Therefore, if you want to find out which are the golf players to watch in 2016, read the following lines.
First on our list comes Daniel Berger, the 23-year-old player who won the Honda Classic this year. Unfortunately, he didn’t manage to win the Padraig Harrington event, falling short in a playoff. Other impressive achievements that make him a player to follow are that he was runner-up at the BMW Championship and that he qualified for the Tour Championship despite the fact that he is a rookie.
Brooke Henderson is an 18-year-old beautiful and talented golf player that was granted the LPGA membership by commissioner Mike Whan after she won the LPGA Portland Classic. This made her the third-youngest player to win a LPGA event. Another notable victory of the young player is the title she took at the Symetra Tour.
Bryson DeChambeau is a 22-year-old golf player that managed to become the fifth golfer in history to win the U.S. Amateur championship and the NCAA Division I championship in the same year. In his professional debut at the RBC Heritage championship, he finished T4. Also, the player has qualified for the U.S. Open.
This 23-year-old golfer has already won 2 professional championships, which says a lot about the quality of his golf game. In November 2015, Justin Thomas won the CIMB Classic, and in September 2014, he won the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship. When it comes to his results in major championships, the player finished T39 in the 2016 Masters Tournament, T32 in the 2016 U.S. Open, and T18 in the 2015 PGA Championship.
Last but not least on our list of players that you must watch in 2016 comes Matthew Fitzpatrick. The 21-year-old player from England already has 2 professional wins, more precisely the British Masters that he won in October 2015, and the Nordea Masters that he won in June 2016. His results in major championships include an impressive T7 in the 2016 Masters Tournament and T54 in the 2016 U.S. Open.