Predicting the big movers for the 2021-22 PGA Tour season: 5 players to watch

Who will be the breakout star this season?

Predicting the big movers for the 2021-22 PGA Tour season: 5 players to watch
Predicting the big movers for the 2021-22 PGA Tour season: 5 players to…

Here at GolfMagic we like to keep you up to date with all the best news from the PGA Tour. 

A new season has begun but there will be some names you haven't heard of emerging as the stars of tomorrow. 

As Sergio Garcia bids to defend his title at the Sanderson Farms Championship there will be some players you might not have heard of. 

There are a number of bright talents to keep an eye out for over the course of this long and gruelling season. 

From bright young talents such as Andy Ogletree and John Augenstein to the more experienced Christiaan Bezuidenhout.

We decided to dive in and pick out five players you should keep an eye out for the rest of this season. 


Max Homa

Homa is already a firm favourite on social media as he takes pleasure in roasting swings that are sent into him. He's not just a social media personality, he's got serious, serious game. He has the ability to win a major. He's already a two-time winner on the PGA Tour. He won the season opening Fortinet Championship by one stroke over Maverick McNealy in September. He is on a fast-track to becoming golf's next biggest household name. 

Maverick McNealy

Narrowly missed out on his first win on the PGA Tour by losing to one stroke against Max Homa at the Fortinet Championship. McNealy earned his PGA Tour card via his finish in 2019 on the Korn Ferry Tour. He's had a number of impressive results already including top-10s at RBC Heritage and the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. 

Matthias Schwab

The Austrian golfer plays predominantly on the European Tour after a hugely succesful amateur career. He turned professional in 2017 and plied his trade on the Challenge Tour. He's had a number of good results so far, including a T4 at the Hero Indian Open in March 2018. He finished has finished runner up at the Porsche European Open and the Italian Open. 

Christiaan Bezuidenhout

The South African has a remarkable story and is lucky to be alive. Now he's established himself as a seriously talented golfer and will look for a breakout victory on the PGA Tour. He is a three-time winner on the European Tour having won the Estrella Damn Andalucia Masters in 2019 and last year won the Alfred Dunhill Championship and the South African Open. He lost in a playoff to Lucas Herbert at the 2020 Omega Dubai Desert Classic.

Harry Higgs

Higgs is a superstar in the making. He's a hugely popular figure on Tour and has worked extremely hard to get this far in the game. He played for three years on the PGA Tour Latinoamerica before earning his card for the Korn Ferry Tour. He hasn't yet won on the PGA Tour but has finished second twice. These were at the Bermuda Championship and then at the Safeway Open. When Phil Mickelson won his sixth major at Kiawah Island in the summer, Higgs tied for fourth. That earned him a starting place at the 2022 Masters.


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