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 at 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 and looks to have a huge future in the game. A second-place finish behind Francesco Molinari at the 2018 Open in Carnoustie proved his 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.