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Gary Woodland

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The Resume

    (May 21, 1984- )
    Born in Topeka, Kansas
    Attended Washburn University and the University of Kansas
    Turned professional (2007)
    U.S. Open champion (2019)

Why he might be annoying:

    He first met Tiger Woods in a restroom.
    He quit basketball while in college.
    He does not like seafood.
    His PGA Tour debut season didn't last long because of an injured shoulder (2009).
    He removed his pants to play the final round of the 2016 Honda Classic tournament in his underwear (February 28, 2016).
    Despite setting the PGA Championship record by shooting 130 in the first two rounds, he lost the lead to Brooks Koepka by six strokes (2018).

Why he might not be annoying:

    He was a two-time high school basketball state champion.
    He also used to play baseball for a youth team at age 16.
    He holds a college degree in sociology.
    He is one of golf's longest drivers.
    He is the namesake for the Gary Woodland Championship junior golf event.
    He and his wife were expecting twins only to lose a daughter in pregnancy and give birth to a son ten weeks prematurely (2017).
    He secured the 2019 U.S. Open victory with a score of 271 (−13) as he ended Brooks Koepka's chance of being the second golfer to win a third straight U.S. Open by making three strokes.
    He spoke to collegiate golfer Amy Bockerstette, who has Down syndrome through Facetime after his 2019 U.S. Open win and told her, 'I used your positive energy' through her iconic 'I got this!' phrase.

Credit: Neo NX2004

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