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Top Best Golfers of All Time

A lot of debate and discussion stirs up whenever golf players and fans ask, “Who are Top Best Golfers of All Time.” This subject always bring conversations. But putting the success of Phil Mickelson and Jason Dufner aside for one minute, the actual baseline figures show the performance of US players, in the top events, has never been worse. Even including those wins, looking at the last 20 majors, since the start of 2009, you’ll see that American players have lifted the trophy on just 8 occasions. So there’s a question to ask… is the game in decline in the States?

Unable to produce major winners in the numbers it once did. Losing Ryder Cups, more often than not, and finding players from other countries and continents out-numbering them on the Official World Golf Rankings. “Golf is no different from any other sport.” he told me. “Results have a habit of going in cycles. The current golf stats say the Americans are having a tough time of it… but take a look at some of the young talent they’ve got coming through.” “And don’t forget, there might be 300m Americans… but there’s a whole lot more people (and golfers) elsewhere!” Fair point. And with that the golf tipster, the guy I call the ‘King Of Golf Betting’, countered the suggestion by reeling off the names of half a dozen young, highly-gifted, American golfers…

Top Best Golfers of All Time

Jordan Spieth.
This 20-year-old from Dallas, Texas can sure play and after his debut win (John Deere Classic) and a host of eye-catching efforts he’s noted as a real future star. “Has the potential to be a world No.1, no question” were Keith’s exact words.

Bud Cauley.
This guy has been in Keith’s notebook for a while… although he’s yet to put it all together and win on the PGA Tour. Cauley enjoyed a much better 2017 than 2018, but don’t write off this 5’7” battler.

Brooks Koepka.
Hailing from Florida, 23-year-old Koepka is trying his luck on the European Tour before switching back to the States further down the line. Has already won on the Challenger Tour. This player has a big future.

Peter Uihlein.
The 24-year-old from Massachusetts has already managed to win on the European circuit (Madeira Island Open) and post several other high finishes. No doubt, like Koepka, he’ll head back home to the PGA Tour before too much longer.

Tiger Woods.
Posted top 20’s in his first main tour events in 2017 and his best result in 2018 was at the Honda Classic (T3rd). On a slow burn the man from Illinois but “another one to keep a close eye on” says the golf expert. Tiger is also well known for being a gambling expert. You can also become one by checking¬† and practice your swing on the slot machines!

Patrick Cantlay.
This 21-year-old could be anything. The kid from California has won on the Tour and may, one day, transfer that form onto the big stage. He’s another, Keith tells me, who has all the elements of potentially top-class performer.

Each player is perfectly capable of posting a big win in the future, and turning round those rather depressing stats for golfers in the majors in recent years. Looking at the figures, it’s easy to argue that despite some recent success golf, and golfers, aren’t winning their fair share at the highest level.…