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Patrick Rodgers |

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (22) / 6/30/1992
Ht / Wt:  6'2" / 165
College: Stanford

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Patrick Rodgers got over on The Old White TPC in an opening-round, 5-under-par 35-30=65 at The Greenbrier Classic.
Rodgers has the pedigree to remain steady on the fast track toward a PGA TOUR card next season, so it boils down to execution. That's never easy when expectations are as high as they are for the Stanford product, but he'll feel good about today's effort. He opened birdie-par-birdie, the second par breaker measuring 10 feet at the par-5 12th hole. After pouring in a par save from 14'10" at 18 and splitting the fairway at the par-4 first, Rodgers jarred his approach from 118 yards for eagle. He concluded his walk birdie-par-birdie, the final conversion dropping in from 10'8". Overall, he striped 11 (of 14) fairways and hit 13 greens. At last check, his stroke gained-putting read 2.039. He's just one stroke off the clubhouse lead. Jul 3 - 1:55 PM

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Patrick Rodgers finished off his pro debut with an even-par 37-33=70 at the Travelers Championship, good for a 4-under 276.

Previous No. 1 amateur in the world has a clean slate, and needs to start earning his stripes on the PGA TOUR. Making the cut in his debut and finishing in the top 50 is certainly a good start. Get used to seeing this Stanford alum on the leaderboard as he is listed in the preliminary field in next week's Quicken Loans National, and is also expected to compete the following weeks at The Greenbrier Classic and John Deere Classic.
Jun 22 - 3:37 PM

Patrick Rodgers will kick off what is expected to be a very successful professional career at the Travelers Championship.

Rodgers is a can't-miss prospect coming out of Stanford, winning the Ben Hogan and Jack Nicklaus award in 2014 for his accomplishments on the course. With those accolades comes plenty of sponsor exemptions. In addition to this week, expect to see him at The Greenbrier Classic, John Deere Classic, Reno-Tahoe Open and Wyndham Championship. He will attempt to follow in the footsteps of guys like Ryan Moore and Bud Cauley who parlayed those opportunities into a PGA TOUR card for the next season without the need for any seasoning at the lower levels.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jun 17 - 9:43 PM

Patrick Rodgers announced today that he will turn professional following the conclusion of his junior year at Stanford University this spring.

Rodgers is a two-time All-American and currently sits No. 1 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking. "I want to formally announce that my intention for the future is to turn professional at the end of this season," he said. "I came to this decision with a clear understanding of the impact it might have and had countless conversations with my parents and coach weighing the options and ensuring I made the best decision." In his only appearance on the PGA TOUR in 2013, he tied for 15th at the John Deere Classic. Expect him to lasso a handful of sponsor exemptions and don't rule out a burst on the Web.com Tour and potential qualification for the Web.com Tour Finals.
Mar 3 - 1:20 PM

Patrick Rodgers crafted a 6-under-par 30-35=65 in the third round of the John Deere Classic to join Morgan Hoffmann in the clubhouse lead at 12-under 201.

Rodgers is a rising junior at Stanford University, and his seven birdies at TPC Deere Run have him poised to make a tough decision at week's end should he accomplish the improbable and become the first amateur since Phil Mickelson to win on the PGA TOUR. A victory would afford Rodgers a two-year exemption and give the rest of the Stanford golf team a nervous stomach in terms of their 2013-14 campaign, wondering if their star will come back to join them. His afternoon was without a blemish until he suffered a bogey from a greenside bunker on the par-4 18th. He's landed 15 GIR in each of his three laps around TPC Deere Run.
Sat, Jul 13, 2013 03:17:00 PM

Patrick Rodgers posted a 4-under-par 34-33=67 in his opening round of the John Deere Classic, finishing three strokes off the pace of the clubhouse co-leaders.

The Stanford student-athlete from Indiana missed the cut at last year's JDC, which also happens to be his last start on the PGA TOUR. He competed for the losing U.S. squad in the 2011 Walker Cup and most recently helped lead the U.S. to victory in the Palmer Cup. He entered the week slotted 13th in the World Amateur Golf Ranking. At TPC Deere Run today, Rodgers hit 15 greens in regulation and circled six birdies, including conversions of 13'3" and 23'4" at the 14th and 15th holes, respectively.
Thu, Jul 11, 2013 03:12:00 PM