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Monday
Apr172017

Wesley Bryan's Impressive Rise Up The World Rankings

Kyle Porter at CBSSports.com does a nice job laying out Wesley Bryan's historic rise to No. 37 in the Official World Golf Rankings after his win at the RBC Heritage.

One month ago, Bryan was ranked No. 72. Three months ago, he was No. 134. One year ago, he was No. 364. At the beginning of February 2016, he was No. 1,127.

Right now, the No. 1,127 golfer in the world is a guy by the name of Daehyun Kim. So how does one go from outside the top 1,100 in the world to the No. 37 golfer who will now be invited to all the WGCs, the Players Championship and all the majors?

Great stuff here on Bryan's move from outside the top 1000...

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Take note, Grayson Murray.
04.18.2017 | Unregistered CommenterHawkeye
Amazing to think that...

- Two years ago, this week, he was playing on the eGolf Tour.

- He wasn't even the best Bryan brother in college. George was a star at USC.
04.18.2017 | Unregistered CommenterBob

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