You have been playing golf for a while now and you are about to turn 30. Then you are wondering if you can still make it big in the golf scene, win PGA tournaments here and there. “Do I still have a chance?”
Well, it turns out that some of the greatest players in the history of golf have really made their golfing career explode with PGA winnings in their 30s. So why not we take inspiration from these exceptional golf players who acquired impressive winning numbers in their 30s. Below are the names:
Arnold Daniel Palmer
An American professional golfer regarded as one of the most charismatic golfers in golf’s history. He is “The King” version in golf! Between 1959 and 1968, he recorded trailblazing 44 wins.
William Ben Hogan
An American professional golf player regarded as one of the greatest and notable for his legendary ball-striking ability. Between 1932 and 1941, he won 43 times.
Recognized as “The Golden Bear” and regarded as one of the greatest of all time. Between 1970 and 1979, this prolific American professional golfer added 38 wins to his resume.
Samuel Jackson Snead
Regarded as one of the top players in the golf world, Sam Snead became part of the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1974. Between 1942 and 1951, he recorded 37 PGA Tour wins.
Another widely considered one of the greatest golf players of all time. He retired at age 34 to be a rancher, but not without winning a lot of PGA tournaments. He tallied 35 wins in his 30s.
William Earl Casper Jr.
Talking about one of the most prolific tournament winners on the PGA Tour, William Earl Casper Jr., widely recognized as Billy Casper, fits the bill. Also known for his nickname “Buffalo Bill”, he recorded 34 wins in his 30s.
And let’s forget about the glorious Eldrick Tont “Tiger” Woods. This American professional golf player is tied for first in PGA Tour wins and holds numerous golf records, including the 33 impressive PGA wins he’s had in his 30s.