Glover and Trahan to Play in PGA

Glover and Trahan to Play in PGA


Glover and Trahan to Play in PGA


By Staff Report.

Clemson, SC—Former Clemson golfers Lucas Glover and D.J. Trahan will be in the field at the 2010 PGA Championships at Whistling Straits Golf Club in Kohler, WI this weekend.  Play begins on Thursday on the par 72 course that is 7507 yards in length.

            Trahan will start on Thursday at the first hole at 9:20 AM eastern time.  He will play his first two rounds with Edwardo Molinaro and Thongchai Jaidee.   Glover will start Thursday at the first hole at 2:25 PM and will be paired with Henrik Stenson and Zach Johnson.

            Glover has made the cut in all three Majors so far this year, one of just 21 golfers world wide to accomplish that feat.  He finished 37th at The Masters, 58th at the US Open and 48th at the British Open. He actually has a cut streak of four in a row in majors dating to last year’s PGA.  It is the longest streak on record in Majors among former Clemson golfer.

            Glover finished fifth at the PGA Championship last year at Hazeltine in Edina, MN, the best finish on record for a former Clemson golfer at the PGA and the second best finish in any Major.   Of course Glover also has the top finish on record by a Clemson golfer in a Major when he won the 2009 US Open at Bethpage Black in New York.

            So far this year, Glover is 47th on the money list with over $1.3 million.  He has played in 18 tournaments and made 14 cuts, including seven top 25s.  His top finish of the year is a third place at The Players in May.

            Trahan will be playing in his fourth consecutive PGA.  He finished 31st in the 2008 PGA at Bloomfield Hills, MI.  So far this year, Trahan is 59th on the PGA Tour money list with just over $1 million.  He is 11th on tour in greens in regulation at nearly 70 percent and is 14th on tour in top 10 finishes with five.

Players who Made Cut in All Majors in 2010

     Player                       Masters    US Open        British

     Phil Mickelson                      1                4               48

     Lee Westwood                     2               16                2

     Tiger Woods                        4                4               23

     Nick Watney                         7               76                7

     Ricky Barnes                      10               27               44

     Ian Poulter                          10               47               60

     Steve Marino                      14               63               55

     Scott Verplank                    18               47               76

     Matt Kuchar                        24                6               27

     Steve Stricker                     30               58               55

     Charl Schwartzel                 30               16               14

     Soren Kjeldsen                   30               33               37

     Sean O’Hair                        30               12                7

     Lucas Glover                     37               58               48

     Retief Goosen                    38               58                6

     Dustin Johnson                  38                8               14

     Camillo Villegas                  38               70               44

     Zach Johnson                     42               77               76

     Robert Karlsson                  43               27               14

     Robert Allenby                    45               29               27

     Sergio Garcia                     45               22               14



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