In one of the PGA Tour’s most challenging sections of the circuit, some players show very early on in their careers whether they can handle links golf.
Collin Morikawa is 24-years-old. And he just whooped the Royal St. George’s Golf Course’s backside.
With a British Open victory in his debut over in England, Morikawa is showing that he just may be the guy to take over as the most fierce Major Tournament competitor in the clubhouse.
The win for Morikawa obviously enlightens him as a top performer. But it put him aside one of the most elite and thin clubs in golf today.
Morikawa has won both the PGA and Open Championship before the age of 25. The only other guy to do that?
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