Pro-Am appearances: Making his debut in 2020
Bio: When you shoot a bogey-free round of 66 on your PGA Tour professional debut, you know you’ve got a chance of a big career ahead of you. Schauffele was earmarked as a major talent in his college days and has since has made a massive impact since turning pro in 2015. He broke into the world’s top 10 in 2019, the result of some fine form which included a second-place finish behind Francesco Molinari at the 2018 Open in Carnoustie. That finish proved Schauffele’s mettle on one of the toughest courses around, while the San Diego native followed that up with a second place finish behind Tiger Woods at the 2019 Masters. His first Major win, you’d feel, may not be too far away.