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Born: 1991-11-14, Midwest City, Ok.
Nationality: US
Height: 6', Weight: 200lbs
Home: Midwest City, Ok.
College: Oklahoma State
Turned Pro: 2014
Official World Golf Ranking: 196
Notes: Father, Ron Gooch, spent five seasons in the minor league system of the Texas Rangers. At age 9, when he won a U.S. Kids Golf World Championship, after that Gooch started thinking about a life on the PGA Tour. He grew up playing all sports but when he was 12 played in the Little League World Series. T-13th during the stroke play portion of the 2012 U.S. Amateur with rounds of 68 and 71, won his first match and lost his second to Andrew Presley 1 down. T-2nd during str...

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Talor Gooch

Father, Ron Gooch, spent five seasons in the minor league system of the Texas Rangers. At age 9, when he won a U.S. Kids Golf World Championship, after that Gooch started thinking about a life on the PGA Tour. He grew up playing all sports but when he was 12 played in the Little League World Series.
T-13th during the stroke play portion of the 2012 U.S. Amateur with rounds of 68 and 71, won his first match and lost his second to Andrew Presley 1 down. T-2nd during stroke play at the 2012 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship with a 6-under total of 136 that featured rounds of 72 and 64, but lost, 2 and 1, in the Round of 64 to Sam Saunders. T-5th during stroke play in the 2013 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship, but lost to Justin Shin in 19 holes in the Round of 64. T-13th in the 2013 Western Amateur, then lost to eventual champion and OSU teammate Jordan Niebrugge, 4 and 3, in the first round of match play. Named first-team All-Big 12 selection as a sophomore in 2012 at Oklahoma State. Was runner-up at the Big 12 Championship with a 3-over 213 that included rounds of 70-69-74. After graduating in 2014 turned professional. Missed the cut in the 2014 FedEx St. Jude Classic.
2015 Notes: Played in 12 events on Mackenzie, PGA Tour Canada Tour, posted three top 10s. Best finish was T-2nd at the Syncrude Boreal Open after falling to Kevin Spooner in a five-hole playoff. Posted back-to-back top-10 finishes at The Wildfire Invitational (T-6th) and the Cape Breton Celtic Classic (T-4th) to finish the season 17th on the Order of Merit.
2016 Notes: Played again on the Mackenzie Tour in 12 events making the cut in 8 with four top-tens. Best finish was a pair of T-3rds, Freedom 55 Financial Open and Niagara Championship. Was 15th on the Tour's order of merit. At the end of the year went to Web.Com Tour Q-School finishing T-23rd and making that tour for 2017.

2017 Web.Com Tour results
The Bahamas Great Exuma T11 73-76-74-71=294 +6 $14,400.00
The Bahamas Great Abaco CUT 78-77=155 +11
Colombia Championship CUT 75-73=148 +6
Panama Claro Championship T10 72-68-67-67=274 -6 $15,000.00
Chitimacha Louisiana Open T5 67-69-66-68=270 -14 $19,318.75
United Leasing & Finance T13 71-72-74-74=291 +3 $11,600.00
Mexico Championship T55 70-74-73-72=289 +1 $1,751.75
Corales Puntacana Resort T60 69-67-71-75=282 -6 $1,606.25
BMW Charity Pro-Am T57 67-73-66=206 -8 $1,750.00
Rex Hospital Open T60 70-69-67-76=282 -2 $1,625.00
Rust-Oleum Championship CUT 74-72=146 +2

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 75, Cuts Made: 41 (55%), Top Tens: 7 (9%) , Rounds: 225, Scoring Avg: 70.36, Career Earnings: $2,056,290 - Best Finish: News Sentinel (1st)
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