Pro Golfers to Keep an Eye on in 2022

Pro Golfers to Keep an Eye on in 2022

This coming year looks to be an exciting twelve months of golf with Australia's Cameron Smith already posting the lowest score in PGA Tour history to win the Sentry Tournament in Hawaii. At MGI Golf, we have established ourselves as leaders in innovation, developing the world’s best electric golf cart and other technologically advanced golfing products. Golf is our absolute passion and seeing golfers succeed on the course excites us! Here’s a few professionals that are sure to take our great game to the next level this year.

Cameron Smith

For the past two years, Cameron Smith has been doing two things very, very well. Winning and contending in strong fields. As mentioned above he just won the Sentry Tournament in Hawaii by one stroke over the highly talented Rahm with the lowest ever PGA score. He also won the 2020 Sony open also teamed up with fellow Australian Marc Leishman to win the Zurich Classic in 2021. Statistically, he's 3rd in scoring average while sitting 81st in driving accuracy percentage. If Smith can work on his driving accuracy he will have many more wins in 2022.

Webb Simpson

Simpson had 5 top 10 finishes in 2021 and whilst on the surface this may look disappointing, he was dealing with a serious neck injury which forced him to withdraw from the Wells Fargo Championship. Coming back from his injury, he looked rusty and a little out of sync, but towards the end of 2021 his game was starting to come together. He actually gained 9.84 strokes at the RSM Classic and was ranked in the top 12 for eagles - it is expected that Simpson, if over his neck injury, will have a massive 2022.

Daniel Berger

Berger had a hiatus from the tour due to COVID-19 which impacted his season, however his stats don't lie. He still managed to earn his 4th PGA tour win at Pebble Beach in the AT&T Pro-Am and advanced to the Tour Championship for the fifth time. He recorded 8 top 10 finishes and made the cut in 21 of 23 starts which tied the longest streak on the tour. 2022 should mark big things for Berger.

Max Homa

Homa has had 3 PGA tour victories, including 1 in 2021. He’s got the long game to be a huge threat and make more of an impact in 2022. He averages over 300 yards off the tee, however his accuracy at times is questionable. He does rank in the top 25 for overall birdies, and is very good with the putter. If Homa can work a little with his driving accuracy and get his greens hit in regulation down, he is definitely a player to watch in 2022.

Rory McIlroy

Having just 3 wins in 2021, we really didn't see the best of Rory. Our expectations and standards of this supremely talented golfer are almost as high as his own. He dominates with his driver. His stroke-gain off the tee is only matched by Rahm and DeChambeau. Rory's problem in 2021 was accuracy off the tee at times, he was sitting at around 62%. That’s just not good enough for someone of his calibre. If Rory can work on his driving accuracy and greens in regulation it is expected that he will back to his absolute best and up the top of the leader board in every tournament he plays.

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