Joaquín Niemann had to renounce invitations to the U.S. and British Opens this summer, losing his McCormack Medal exemption upon turning professional in April. The move proved to be astute: in just eight starts on the PGA Tour, the 19-year-old was able to secure his tour card for the 2019 season.
Joaquin Niemann is not supposed to be on the PGA Tour, not at this age. He’s also not leaving anytime soon.
The challenge of a U.S. Open sectional qualifier isn’t confined to the physical and mental grind of 36 holes in a single day. For some players, major champions, specifically, there is the taxing duty of stuffing your ego inside your golf bag and accepting the challenge.
Most people who saw Joaquin Niemann compete as an amateur knew they were watching a genuine talent. But at just 19, and has played in only two PGA Tour events as an amateur...
This week’s Valero Texas Open field is without most of the sport’s marquee attractions—Sergio Garcia (No. 10) is the lone player in the world top 20...
Joaquin Niemann is the first player from South America to capture the title.
Hayden Wood, son of former PGA Tour player Willie Wood, set a U.S. Amateur scoring record in taking medalist honors at Bel-Air Country Club in Los Angeles on Tuesday.