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Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (32) / 12/5/1982
Ht / Wt:  5'9' / 170
College: UNLV

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Ryan Moore has staked claim to the hometown-hero role at this week's U.S. Open, taking place in University Place, Washington.
The Tacoma native is very familiar with the area, the course, and perhaps most important, the climate. The Pacific Northwest does not abide by the climate standards of most stops on TOUR, but Moore dealt with everything it has to offer, growing up less than 20 miles from Chambers Bay. While there are a few others in the field with ties to this area, Moore will be the local boy with the best chances to truly contend come Sunday. Jun 15 - 8:54 PM
Source: USOpen.com

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Ryan Moore enjoyed his opening 67 at the Memorial so much that he turned in another for his second round.

He signed for respective nines of 33 and 34. The round included seven birdies, including three in a row to conclude the walk around Muirfield Village. His longest conversion was his last, from 10'10" at the par-4 ninth. Moore's only hiccup was a costly one. After spraying his approach right of the green at the par-4 sixth, it took him two whacks to find the putting surface on which he'd two-putt for double bogey from 62 inches. However, at 10-under 134, he's only two shots off the 36-hole clubhouse lead.
Jun 5 - 5:45 PM

Ryan Moore posted a 5-under-par 31-36=67 in today's opening round of the Memorial to earn a share of the clubhouse lead.

Moore's record at Muirfield Village is a good one, so today's score showcased his affinity with the track. He hit 12 greens in regulation and circled an eagle (at the par-5 fifth hole) and five birdies. His longest conversion for birdie fell from 19'4" at the par-4 17th. Alas, Moore's day wasn't without its challenge. It took him three whacks to find the putting surface at the par-3 16th where he two-putted from 18'3" for double bogey.
Jun 4 - 1:24 PM

Ryan Moore looks to get back on track at this week's Memorial in Dublin, Ohio.

Moore ranks 19th in the FedExCup standings with a win (CIMB Classic in November) and top 10s at the WGC-Cadillac Championship and the Valspar Championship. He's been out of sorts since, cracking the top 40 but once over his last five starts, but it was an impressive T12 at the Masters. On the downside, Moore went winless (0-3) at the WGC-Cadillac Match Play and T47 in his last start at the Wells Fargo Championship. On the upside, the 32-year-old will still conjure some fantasy interest with a Memorial resume that reads 8-for-9 with three top 10s, including runner-up in 2007. He was T6 after 36 holes (6-under-par) in last year's edition, but faded to a T19-finish going 1-over on the weekend.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jun 3 - 9:47 AM

With a 3-and-2 loss to Andy Sullivan in today's second round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship, Ryan Moore has been mathematically eliminated from the tournament.

The American will still play Patrick Reed (1-1) in the third round, but only as the role of potential spoiler. Sullivan owned Moore today. He built a 3-up lead by the seventh hole and stretched it to 4-up by 11. Moore picked off birdie-wins at 13 and 14, but Sullivan regained control with a birdie-win of his own at 15. The match ended with par-4s at 16. Sullivan (1-1) needs to take down Danny Willett (2-0) to have a chance to advance. If that happens and Reed loses, Sullivan gets the berth. If Sullivan wins and Reed wins, there will be a three-way playoff. Meanwhile, Moore can only watch.
Apr 30 - 10:10 PM

Ryan Moore is making his fifth World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship start and owns a 4-4 record at this event.

Moore's best finish at the WGC-Match Play is a quarter-final loss to eventual champion Luke Donald in 2011. He suffered first-round exits in 2010 and 2013, and lost in round two at last year's edition to Matt Kuchar, 1-down. The 32-year-old has two top 10s in eight TOUR starts in 2015 and finished T12 in his last start at the Masters. His Group 15 opponents are Danny Willett, Patrick Reed and Andy Sullivan.
Apr 28 - 1:11 PM

Ryan Moore carded a 3-under-par 34-35=69 in today's final round of the Masters to finish at 6-under 282.

Good stuff today by Moore, who created only nine scoring opportunities. Still, he circled five birdies, three of which on par 5s, to help cover bogey-5s at Nos. 3 and 17. At the time he signed his card, the 32-year-old sat T12. His best finish in six previous appearances is T13 as an amateur in 2005. The top 12 and ties today are awarded an invitation into the 2016 Masters.
Apr 12 - 5:29 PM

Ryan Moore crafted a 6-under-par 33-33=66 in today's second round of the 79th Masters.

Moore is in his seventh appearance at Augusta National where he has a pair of top 20s but not since 2010. After opening this edition with 74, he landed 14 greens in regulation and rolled in seven birdies today. Four of them disappeared on the inward side, one of which at the par-3 16th where he nearly recorded a hole-in-one. Today's score is his lowest (by two strokes) in 24 competitive rounds in the tournament. At 4-under 140, he's 10 strokes adrift of Jordan Spieth's record-setting, 36-hole aggregate.
Apr 10 - 7:40 PM

Ryan Moore reached the halfway point of the Shell Houston Open in 6-under-par 69-69=138 and sits three swings adrift of the 36-hole clubhouse lead.

He's in some kind of groove right now. Since returning from a strained right forearm in Phoenix, Moore has connected for four top 25s, the last two of which were top 10s. So, even though his only positive experience at the Golf Club of Houston came way back in 2009 (T11), form has taken over. He's missed only five (of 28) fairways and eight greens in regulation this week while offsetting three bogeys with nine birdies. The longest of the set ran 26'7" at the par-3 16th hole in today's loop.
Apr 3 - 1:46 PM

Ryan Moore settled for a 1-over-par 35-37=72 in the final round of the Valspar Championship and departs the Copperhead Course alone in fifth at 8-under 276.

Moore simply couldn't overcome six bogeys. He tried, circling three birdies and holing out for an eagle from 172 yards on the par-4 seventh hole, but it just wasn't enough. He had to chip in from just off the green on the par-4 18th to join Patrick Reed, Sean O'Hair and Jordan Spieth in a playoff, but was unable to do so. Other highlights included a 16'4" birdie on the par-5 11th and a 12'9" birdie on the par-4 12th. This goes in the books as another recent close call for Moore.
Mar 15 - 6:06 PM

Ryan Moore conjured up a bogey-free 4-under-par 36-31=67 in the third round of the Valspar Championship to earn the 54-hole lead by one stroke over Jordan Spieth at 9-under 204.

Moore made the first 12 holes of his lap around Innisbrook Resort's Copperhead Course look like a U.S. Open, settling for 12 pars. He stepped on the gas late, circling birdies on four of his last six holes. While three of them dropped from outside of eight feet, it was his 30'8" highlight on the difficult par-4 16th that stood above the rest. He split 11 of 13 fairways and landed 12 greens in regulation, while gaining over three strokes tee-to-green and well over a stroke with the flat stick. Simply put, it was a perfect round and tied Daniel Summerhays for lowest of the day. Moore will try and claim his second win of the 2014-15 PGA TOUR season in Sunday's finale.
Mar 14 - 5:51 PM

Ryan Moore reached the midpoint of the Valspar Championship in 5-under-par 69-68=137, one stroke off the pace of 36-hole clubhouse leader Brendon de Jonge.

Moore hadn't finished better than T44 (2011) in his last four trips to Copperhead, a course where his game would seem to shine annually, but his form of late has been spot on, so it's not surprising to see him thrive this week. He's 11-for-13 in scrambling with one bogey in each round and has countered with seven birdies. Among today's set of four were runs of 27'7" and 36'10" at Nos. 10 and 11, respectively. It's where he opened the round and set the tone. He walked off with a microcosm of his touch that he retained momentum throughout. After finding the fringe short and left of the par-4 ninth, Moore pitched a low runner into the fringe left of the hole and let the slope grab the ball. It came to rest 28 inches away to set up the high-percentage par conversion.
Mar 13 - 6:22 PM

Ryan Moore stubbed his toe with a 4-over-par 37-39=76 in the final round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship to end his week tied for ninth at 1-under 287.

Moore's three bogeys outpaced his two birdies on the front nine at Trump National Doral's Blue Monster Course, and that was the good nine. After a 13'1" birdie on the par-3 15th, he swallowed a triple bogey on the par-4 16th after driving it in the water. He also bogeyed the par-4 18th. Of note, all of his birdies were from outside of 12 feet. He will like his wounds and try to pick up a second win of the 2014-15 season in the near future.
Mar 8 - 7:06 PM

Ryan Moore had quite the third round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship, settling for a 2-over-par 39-35=74 when all was said and done.

Moore's lap around Trump National Doral's Blue Monster Course included an eagle, three birdies, four bogeys and a triple bogey. The eagle came at the par-4 16th hole after his drive came to rest on the green a mere 13'5" from the hole. At 5-under 211 for the tournament, he finds himself alone in fourth place with 18 holes to play. He is six shots off the lead of J.B. Holmes.
Mar 7 - 6:11 PM

Ryan Moore shot 1-under-par 36-35=71 in today's second round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship and posted 7-under 137 to sit just two strokes off the 36-hole lead.

After hitting only 11 greens in regulation in the opener, but circling eight birdies, the logical direction would be backward, at least relatively speaking. Moore total 12 GIR today and converted for birdie just twice. The first dropped from 30'4" at the par-3 15th hole, the second from 35'6" at the par-5 eighth. His only hiccup was a bogey-5 at 14, but he also manufactured par at the par-4 third where he watered his tee ball. The only thing flashy about Moore's game is his consistency. The occasional spike in form is a bonus. He's poised for a big season that already has a win in Malaysia on the board.
Mar 6 - 6:13 PM