Throughout the month of December, The Clubhouse will count down the 20 players to watch during the 2015 PGA Tour season. From upstart young players to veterans hoping to maintain their elite statuses, there’s no shortage of storylines across the game of golf heading into the new year.
Coming in at No. 1 on The Clubhouse’s list of 20 players to watch in 2015 is Tiger Woods. Marred by injuries for much of 2014, Woods finished the year without a win for the first time since 2011. He’ll look to have a bounce-back year in 2015 when he should be fully healthy and ready to compete.
Will 2015 bring a 15th major for Woods? We’ll have to wait and see what the year brings.
More From The Clubhouse’s 20 For 2015 Countdown:
– No. 20 Patrick Reed
– No. 19 Keegan Bradley
– No. 18 Zach Johnson
– No. 17 Jason Dufner
– No. 16 Jimmy Walker
– No. 15 Billy Horschel
– No. 14 Hideki Matsuyama
– No. 13 Matt Kuchar
– No. 12 Jason Day
– No. 11 Bubba Watson
– No. 10 Rickie Fowler
– No. 9 Justin Rose
– No. 8 Sergio Garcia
– No. 7 Henrik Stenson
– No. 6 Adam Scott
– No. 5 Jordan Spieth
– No. 4 Dustin Johnson
– No. 3 Phil Mickelson
– No. 2 Rory McIlroy
– No. 1 Tiger Woods
More Tiger Woods:
– Tiger’s 1st Course Open For Business, Complete With Mariachi Band
– Tiger Woods Set to Design his First U.S. Course
– Tiger Woods’ Rehab Continues As He Takes Full Swings
– Tiger Woods Visits ‘Black Hole’ At Oakland Raiders Game
– LeBron James Tops Tiger Woods On New Forbes List
– Tiger Woods Parts Ways With Sean Foley
– How Does Rory Measure Up to Tiger?
– Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy Accept Ice Bucket Challenge
Former PGA Tour pro John Maginnes, longtime Golfweek Senior Writer Jeff Rude, and extreme sports champion Will Christien co-host Back9Network’s nightly talk show, The Clubhouse. The playful banter of Maginnes, Rude and Christien will echo the conversations one would hear at the 19th hole. The trio’s no-holds-barred discussions will cover the latest happenings both on and off the course, as they incorporate questions and guidance from viewers at home, celebrities and the game’s professionals.
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