Top 5 Best Putters In PGA History
Here is a list of some of the best Putters in PGA history.
The 32-year-old currently plays on the PGA Tour. For someone who has made over 300 putts since he started playing as a professional golfer, Fowler deserves to be ranked as one of the best putters in PGA history. One of his highest achievements was when he got ranked as the world’s number one amateur golfer, a title he enjoyed for 36 weeks.
The Swede became a professional golfer in 1994 and has participated in so many seasons of the European Tour. With an average of 27.93, the 47-year-old has made a total of 419 putts. He won three European Tour titles and currently participates in the PGA Tour.
With 472 putts, American professional golfer Bryce Molder is one of the best putters in history. The 42-year-old won the National Collegiate golfer of the year award in 2001.
Molder performed incredibly well during the 2006 Nationwide Tour season. Aside from bagging one victory, eight top-25 places in the tournament, he also earned a total of $205,413. Since he joined the PGA Tour, Bryce Molder has been a major contender in the tournament.
The Welsh professional golfer has made a total of 329 putts since he started playing as a professional golfer in the year 2000. The 36-year-old has won the Telia Grand Prix as well as the BMW Russian Open. He participated in the PGA Tour as a non-member and performed outstandingly. As a result, Donaldson got the tour card for the next season of the tournament. Currently, he plays both in the European and the PGA Tour.
The American professional golfer now has a total of 526 putts since he started playing golf at a professional level. For about four times now, the 37-year-old has been part of the All-American Conference first team. Matt has won both the Nationwide Tour and PGA Tour and currently plays in the two tournaments.