Here are the golfers in the tournament in Arizona who at first were the amateurs whose results were as unexpected as the results of games at an online casino Canada. But they have already achieved decent results.
In 2010, at the age of 31, Joel Dahmen became a professional. Two years later, he was diagnosed with cancer.
Currently, he lives in the city of Phoenix and is a professional at the Professional Golf Association of America. He's had two second-place finishes on the tour.
He was born in New Hampshire, but grew up in Australia. After turning professional in 2000, Baddeley won four times on the Professional Golf Tour of America.
James became a professional in 2003. He won the Wells Fargo Championship in 2016. He was born in South Korea and studied at the University of California at Berkley. Over the past six years, James has had three top-20 results at the Waste Management Open.
In October 2018, Brandon played in the second round of the Safeway Open. He was at the North Course at the Silverado Resort. At the age of 27, Hagy moved to Arizona and lives in the city of Scottsdale. He first became a professional in 2014 and participated in the Waste Management Open in 2017.
Sabbatini has been a part of the professional golf circuit for a long time. He was born in South Africa and studied at the University of Arizona. Currently, Sabbatini has six professional wins. One of these came at the 2011 Honda Classic.
Since he turned professional in 2016, Jon Rahm has been one of the most prominent players on the professional golf circuit.
Although he was originally from Spain, Rahm moved to Arizona and lives in the city of Scottsdale. He is currently ranked sixth in the world and has won multiple international tournaments.
He finished tied for fifth place in the same year, and he tied for 16th in 2017. He also tied for 11th in 2018. This season, Rahm has started off strong. He won the Hero World Challenge, and he was able to finish in a tie for sixth place at the Desert Classic.
Chez Reavie is a resident of the city of Scottsdale and a former student of Arizona State. He's one of the best-known players in the tournament.
Despite having only one professional win, Chez Reavie was close to securing a victory in 2018. He was tied for the lead with Gary Woodland at the Waste Management Open, but he lost in a playoff.