Birthplace: Long Beach, California
Patrick Cantlay is a 27-year-old from Long Beach, California who is currently the tenth-ranked golfer in the world. Patrick has one of the most decorated amateur resumes to date, including being the number one-ranked amateur for 54 consecutive weeks.
After just one year on tour, Patrick suffered a back injury that kept him from playing pain-free for four years, and was even told he would never play golf again. His absence on TOUR dropped him all the way down to number 1,880 by the start of 2017.
However, in just two seasons, Patrick has skyrocketed all the way into the top-10 of the Official World Golf Rankings through incredible determination and unparalleled hard-work. He now has two official PGA TOUR victories: Shriners Hospital for Children Open (2017) and The Memorial Tournament (2019). Patrick earned a spot to represent the United States on the 2019 Presidents Cup Team in Melbourne.
Patrick now resides in Jupiter, Florida; regarded as highly intelligent and a lifelong learner, he is an avid reader and enjoys all sorts of fitness. Patrick is excited about building plans for a charitable platform to help grow the game of golf in 2020.