Corey Conners

Born Jan 6, 1992
Nationality Canada Canada

Corey Conners is a professional golfer that is competing under the PGA Tour. He hails from Ontario Canada and was born on January 6, 1992. As of June 2021, he is ranked 37th in the world. In addition to the PGA Tour, he also competed under Web.com Tour, PGA Tour Latinoamerica, and PGA Tour Canada.

Before joining the professional realm, Conners played as an amateur golfer and had been recognized for his skills. In 2010, he was the champion in the 2010 Ontario Amateur. By 2014, he took the runner-up spot during the U.S. Amateur Championship. This event happened at the Atlanta Athletic Club. In addition, he also played in the Master’s Tournament in 2015 but failed to make the cut. He was also part of the team that represented Canada during the Eisenhower Trophy in 2012 and 2014.

After earning a good number of awards in his amateur career, Conners made his professional debut during the RBC Canadian Open. This happened in 2016 following his involvement in the 2015 Masters. By December of the same year, he was ranked 42nd in the Web.com Tour which allowed him to join the 2017 Web.com Tour. In the 2018 season, he made it to the 130th spot in the FedEx Cup. He also finished second in the Sanderson Farms Championship of the PG Tour what was held in Jackson, Mississippi.

Conners made great improvements in his professional career during the 2019 season. He started this season by winning the Valero Texas Open which qualified him to join the season’s Masters Tournament and ended it by getting 31st place while also finishing 7th in the BMW Championship and 21st in the Northern Trust. His performance qualified him to compete for the Tour Championship.

Between the 2019 and 2020 seasons, Conners continued to improve his play with a total of one top-10 finish and 10 top-25 finishes. He continued to perform well during the first events of the 2021 season. Some of his best plays during this season were when he finished 8th place during the Masters and 7th at the Players Championship.

Career Highlights

  • Number of PGA Tour Wins: 1
  • Top 17 2021 PGA Championship
  • Top 8 2021 Masters Tournament
  • Highest and Current Ranking: 38th

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