Doc Redman in combine at Honda, hoping to be subsequent baby-faced Tour winner
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Who’s going to be subsequent?
Who’s going to observe Matthew Wolff, Collin Morikawa, Viktor Hovland and Joaquin Niemann as the following baby-faced PGA Tour winner?
Doc Redman wish to be the reply to that query.
“I really feel like my recreation is getting actually shut,” Redman mentioned after posting 2-under 68 on Thursday to maneuver two photographs off the first-round lead on the Honda Traditional. “I got here in second final summer season, and I really feel like my recreation is best than that now. I simply haven’t been placing nicely, however I’ve been working onerous on that and on my brief recreation.”
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Redman, 22, received the U.S. Newbie in 2017. The previous Clemson standout received his PGA Tour card accumulating the required FedEx Cup factors as a non-member final 12 months. A second-place end on the Rocket Mortgage Championship helped with that final summer season.
Wolff is 20, Morikawa 23, Hovland 22 and Niemann 21.
Redman was requested if watching his younger friends win is motivating him to assert his first trophy.
“I don’t suppose so,” Redman mentioned. “It’s superior to see them taking part in nice and successful, and there’s no purpose I can’t try this, however I feel I might be simply as motivated in the event that they weren’t doing what they’re doing.
“I simply have to present myself alternatives.”