A breakdown of those young golf stars who became famous

Golf is very different from other sports, in the process of the game, the masters are not only the physical fight, but also the intelligence, psychological and other comprehensive qualities. This sport is so difficult that when a player reaches the peak of his overall quality, he can cut off the top. But there are always some players, gifted, smoothly in their early 20s, to get everything that others can only dream of. Today, let’s take a look at the players who became famous at a young age.


Three weeks later, on April 29, Justin Thomas Jr. was born in a Kentucky golf home, and three months later, on July 27, the Spieth family in Dallas welcomed Jordan Spieth, the “little flyer”. In the fall, on October 25, Zander Schauffele Jr. of mixed German, French, Japanese and Chinese descent was born in California, USA.

A breakdown of those young golf stars who became famous

In 2012, at the age of 19, Jordan Spieth turned professional and the following year he won the American Tour’s Keuka Classic, and in 2014, at the age of 21, he became the youngest ever Masters runner-up in his first Masters appearance. In 2015, he won two majors in a row, the Masters and the U.S. Open, and in 2017 he won the British Open again, becoming the second person after Nicklaus to win three different majors at the age of 24. The 11-time winner on the US Tour, along with his contemporaries, is changing the future of golf in extraordinary footsteps.


“It’s amazing, Daniel, Thomas, Spieth, this class of players in our class are all playing exceptionally well and I think we’re all motivating each other, Spieth’s outstanding play, setting a very high goal for everyone and it’s great to have a very high chase and it’s great to be in their company.” Zander Scheufele said.


Zander Schauffele already has 2 titles this season, including the gold-medal World Championships-HSBC Championship. The FedExCup sits in 2nd place in points behind Wheat.


“We spend a lot of time together, we all practice hard together, and when you see someone who means so much to you succeed, it’s natural to want to support them. ” said Jordan Spieth.


“I’d be happy if Jordan had a chance to win, it’s awesome for him to win, and the same for Daniel, or any of my other good buddies, and if I couldn’t win it myself, I’d be happy to celebrate with the guy who won.” Justin Thomas said.


“We grew up playing juniors together, so it’s like we’ve known each other our whole lives, and we can compete for titles together and be good friends just the same, and if my friend wins this week, we want to win the next week because he’s got one more title than anyone else.” Daniel Berg said.


In addition to that, there is also Hideki Matsuyama, born in ’92, and Joan Ram, born in ’94. Also born in ’95, Chinese youngster Li Haotong also dazzles as well.


In addition to these new generation players, Tiger Woods, a superstar born for golf, has won 200 titles, big and small, when he was young, Tiger saw God kill God, see people kill, in his peak years, it is not mediocre people around him, it is really Woods is too crazy.


He was the youngest winner of the Irish Championship, winning the event at the age of 16 and the European Tour Championship at the age of 19. Rewind to the days of golf legend Tom Morris Jr. He won his first professional tournament at the age of 16, becoming the youngest player to compete in the British Open in 1864 and winning the event the following year. He went on to win four consecutive early British Open titles, eventually winning eight, and would have set an even more illustrious record had he not died at an early age.


What God gives, they must firmly grasp, they understand early what they are seeking and work hard for it, in addition to talent, more know how to put a good hand, play wonderfully and grasp their own life.