Born in Louisville, KY, Justin Thomas is currently the number six ranked golfer in the world. Thomas, who attended the University of Alabama, has 12 total PGA TOUR victories including the recent 2020 Sentry Tournament of Champions at Troon-managed Kapalua.
Born in Topeka, KS, Gary Woodland is currently the number 103rd ranked golfer in the world. Woodland, a Kansas alum, is coming off his most memorable PGA TOUR season of his career which saw him win his first major, the 2019 U.S. Open.
Born in Sheffield, England, Matthew Fitzpatrick is currently the number 24th ranked golfer in the world. Fitzpatrick, who attended Northwestern University, has five international tournament victories and prior to turning pro, won the 2013 U.S. Amateur, becoming the first English winner of the U.S. Amateur since Harold Hilton in 1911.
Born in Bagdad, Florida, Bubba Watson is currently the 77th ranked golfer in the world and a graduate of the University of Georgia. He has 12 career PGA Tour victories which includes winning the 2012 Masters.
Born in Winter Park, FL, Matt Kuchar is currently the number 100th ranked golfer in the world. Kuchar, a Georgia Tech alum, has nine PGA TOUR Victories in his career, two of which in 2019 winning the Mayakoba Golf Classic, Sony Open in Hawaii.
Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Alex Noren is the 66th ranked golfer in the world. Noren, an Oklahoma State University alum, has 11 career international tournament victories and represented Team Europe in the 2018 Ryder Cup.
Born in Phoenix, AZ, Cheyenne is a professional Golfer on the LPGA & LET Tours. A graduate of Wake Forest, Cheyenne has two professional tournament victories.
A member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, Colin won 7 times on the Champions Tour (including 3 majors). He is a long-time friend of Troon and has designed two Troon Golf-managed courses including: The Montgomerie Golf Club Dubai at Address Montgomerie (in the UAE) and Royal Golf Club (in Bahrain).
Noh was born in San Francisco, Calif. in 2001 and enjoyed a decorated amateur career, winning the 2014 and 2018 California Girls Championship. She turned pro in 2019 and qualified for the 2020 LPGA Tour season after finishing third in qualifying school and was the only rookie to play on Team USA at the Solheim Cup last season.