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Official World Golf Ranking: 71
Born: Tue,Dec 23,2003 - Huntsville, Alabama
Age: 20y 6m 25d, Nationality: US
Height: 6'3, Weight: 220lbs
Home: Tuscaloosa, Alabama
College: Alabama
Turned Pro: 2024, Joined PGA Tour: 2024
Notes: the 2021 Junior Players Championship, and the 2021 Boy's Junior PGA Championship. He won the 2021 Dustin Johnson World Junior Championship, the 2021 American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) Polo Golf Junior Classic, and the 2021 U.S. Junior Amateur, defeating Cohen Trolio, 3 and 2, in the final. This win made Dunlap the first native of Alabama to claim the U.S. Junior Amateur title, and granted him an exemption to the 2022 U.S. Open.[missed the cut at Brookline] He was subseq...

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Nick Dunlap

the 2021 Junior Players Championship, and the 2021 Boy's Junior PGA Championship. He won the 2021 Dustin Johnson World Junior Championship, the 2021 American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) Polo Golf Junior Classic, and the 2021 U.S. Junior Amateur, defeating Cohen Trolio, 3 and 2, in the final. This win made Dunlap the first native of Alabama to claim the U.S. Junior Amateur title, and granted him an exemption to the 2022 U.S. Open.[missed the cut at Brookline] He was subsequently named the 2021 AJGA Boys Golfer of the Year.
Ranked as the No. 1 junior golfer in the class of 2022, according to Golfweek, Dunlap committed to the University of Alabama to study finance and play for the Alabama Crimson Tide golf team. He is a lifelong Alabama fan and has known Alabama's golf coach, Jay Seawell, since the age of 10. Dunlap battled with tendonitis in his left wrist during his freshman season. He claimed his first individual collegiate win at the Linger Longer Invitational in March 2023. He then won the Northeast Amateur in June and the North and South Amateur in July. Played in the U.S. Open again in 2023 at Los Angeles Country Club but missed the cut.
Dunlap won the U.S. Amateur in August 2023. He was five over par through his first seven holes of the stroke play qualifying but rallied to make the cut. He defeated Gordon Sargent in the first round of the match play en route to reaching the final, where he beat Neal Shipley, 4 and 3, to win the title. This made Dunlap the second golfer in history to win both the U.S. Junior Amateur and U.S. Amateur championships, after Tiger Woods. Following his U.S. Amateur victory, Dunlap represented the United States team at the 2023 Walker Cup and the 2023 Eisenhower Trophy. The United States won both titles, and Dunlap was the runner-up in the individual stroke play at the 2023 Eisenhower Trophy.
In January 2024, Dunlap received a sponsor exemption to play in The American Express on the PGA Tour. In the third round, he shot a 12-under 60, tying Patrick Cantlay's record for the lowest round by an amateur on the PGA Tour. This gave Dunlap a three-shot lead heading into the final round. Dunlap shot a 2-under par 70 in the final round to win the tournament by one shot over Christiaan Bezuidenhout. He became the first amateur to win a PGA Tour event since Phil Mickelson won the Tucson Open in 1991. At 20 years and 29 days old, Dunlap also became the second-youngest winner on the PGA Tour in the past 90 years, behind Jordan Spieth who won at 19 years and 352 days old, and he is the first amateur player to have won the U.S. Junior Amateur, U.S. Amateur, and a PGA Tour event. Has an amateur, Dunlap was ineligible for the winner's prize money of $1,512,000, which instead went to runner-up Christiaan Bezuidenhout. The win moved Dunlap from third to first in the World Amateur Golf Ranking, which takes into account the performance of amateurs in both amateur and professional tournaments. The week after his American Express victory, Dunlap announced that he was turning professional and had accepted PGA Tour membership. He made his professional debut at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am finishing 80th. Was T-11th at the Texas Children's Houston Open.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 21, Cuts Made: 11 (52%), Top Tens: 2 (10%) , Rounds: 63, Scoring Avg: 71.00, Career Earnings: $1,255,824 - Best Finish: The American (1st)
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