The Top 10 longest putts on the PGA Tour this season

We've seen some seriously long putts holed on the PGA Tour this season, so let's take a look at the top 10.

Jack Seddon's picture
Thu, 7 May 2020
The Top 10 longest putts on the PGA Tour this season

Draining a long putt just feels sensational doesn't it? Your mates are laughing at you for leaving yourself that massive two-putt across the entire length of the green and they're giving you some banter telling you to "make sure you don't three-putt" and what do you do? You role it straight into the middle of the hole and go nuts.

On the PGA Tour, draining long putts happens a lot more regularly than it does in your weekly four-ball, so let's take a look at the top 10 longest putts to be drained on the PGA Tour so far this season, starting with the 10th and making our way down to No.1.

T9 - Scott Harrington

Longest Putt Holed: 69' 0"

Tournament: Arnold Palmer Invitational

T9 - James Hahn

Longest Putt Holed: 69' 0"

Tournament: Phoenix Open

8th - Rickie Fowler

Longest Putt Holed: 70' 0"

Tournament: Arnold Palmer Invitational

7th - Brandt Snedeker

Longest Putt Holed: 70' 2"

Tournament: Sony Open

6th - Aaron Wise

Longest Putt Holed: 70' 4"

Tournament: Genesis Open

5th - Andrew Landry

Longest Putt Holed: 78' 4"

Tournament: Phoenix Open

4th - Bryson DeChambeau

Longest Putt Holed: 79' 1"

Tournament: Shriners Open

3rd - Mark Hubbard

Longest Putt Holed: 80' 11"

Tournament: Houston Open

2nd - Harry Higgs

Longest Putt Holed: 82' 8"

Tournament: Phoenix Open

1st - Rob Oppenheim

Longest Putt Holed: 83' 6"

Tournament: The RSM Classic

Rob Oppenheim takes the No.1 spot for longest putt holed on the PGA Tour this season for his monster at the 15th hole of The RSM Classic at the Sea Island course in Georgia.