Brian Harman Stats

Brian Harman Stats

Average Points: 4.6180
Points: 235.51821
Earnings: $11,529,773
Points Lose: -107.8059
Points Gained: 189.86878
Events: 51

Brian Eric Harman (Brian Harman, born January 19, 1987) is an American professional golfer from Savannah, Georgia. Since joining the PGA Tour in 2011, he has won three tournaments including a major championship victory at The Open Championship 2023.

In college, Harman was a three-time 2nd Team All-American on the University of Georgia golf team and in 2003, won the U.S. Junior Amateur.

Harman played his first major at the 2012 U.S. Open Championship and won his first PGA Tour event two years later, in the John Deere Classic. In 2015, Harman took the lead in the 54 hole at the Travelers Championship but would miss the playoff, won by Bubba Watson, by one stroke and finished in solo third. Later in August, he became the third player in PGA Tour history to record two aces in the same round at The Barclays in New Jersey.

In 2017, Harman defeated Dustin Johnson and Pat Perez, who finished at 9-under par, to win the Wells Fargo Championship for his second PGA Tour victory. He also finished as a runner-up at the 2017 U.S. Open. 

In July 2023, Harman won The Open Championship at Royal Liverpool by six strokes for his first major championship title, becoming only the third left-handed Open champion (alongside Bob Charles and Phil Mickelson) and the fifth left-handed major champion (with Mike Weir and Bubba Watson).

Following his victory at the 2023 Open Championship, Harman, who finished 2022 ranked 24th in the world, is currently ranked 10th according to the OWGR.

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