Matt Kuchar - Profile
Matt Kuchar: Knocking on the door in the majors
Ultra-consistent in the majors in recent years but has still to make the big breakthrough.
* Won US Amateur in 1997. Finished as low amateur in both 1998 Masters (T21st) and 1998 US Open (T14th).
* 7 PGA Tour wins: 2002 Honda Classic, 2009 Turning Stone Resort Championship, 2010 The Barclays, 2011 Players Championship, 2013 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, 2013 Memorial Tournament, 2014 RBC Heritage.
* Won 2011 PGA Tour Money List with $4,910,477.
* End of year world ranking over last five years - 2007: 202, 2008: 135th, 2009: 61st, 2010: 13th, 2011: 11th, 2012: 21st, 2013: 7th. Peak ranking 4th in June 2013. Has spent nearly 100 weeks in the world's top 10.
* Played in two Ryder Cups (2010, 2012). On losing team both times but has winning record of 0.57 (4pts from 7 matches).
* Only outside the top 30 in two of last 19 majors. 2014: 5th at Masters, 12th at US Open.
* Best US PGA finish: 10th in 2010.
- Nationality: USA
- Date Of Birth: 21/06/1978
- Birth Place: Winter Park, Florida
- Height: 6ft 4
|2017||The 146th Open||2||65+71+66+69||271||-9|
|2017||Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open||T4||68+70+73+69||280||-8|
|2017||the Memorial Tournament||T4||69+70+67+73||279||-9|
|2017||Dean & Deluca Invitational||T12||70+72+68+67||277||-3|
|2017||AT&T Byron Nelson||T9||66+71+67+69||273||-7|
|The Open Championship||-||-||T58||T53||T15||T9||-|
|US PGA Championship||-||-||-||-||T22||-||T19|
Matt Kuchar News
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