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Top 30 Golfers for the 2014 Majors: No. 29 Harris English


They’re the cream of the major championship crop, circa 2014 — the Athlon Major Championship Dream Team. Leading up to The Masters, we'll be unveiling Athlon Sports’ 30 players to watch for majors season, with commentary on each from the Golf Channel’s Brandel Chamblee.

No. 29: Harris English

Born: July 23, 1989, Valdosta, Ga. | Career PGA Tour Wins: |2013 Wins (Worldwide): 1| 2013 Earnings (PGA Tour): $2,201,167 (27th) World Ranking: 36

Brandel Chamblee's Take

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Harris English was only the third amateur ever to win on the Tour, and in his rookie year on the PGA Tour in 2012, he made 22 of 27 cuts. He continued to improve in 2013, notching his first win in Memphis and then adding another win at Mayakoba late in the year (part of the wrap-around 2014 schedule). He has length off the tee and the ability to do some things better than anyone on Tour, leading in smash factor (finding the middle of the face) and putts from 15-25 feet. Those two are a pretty powerful combination, and why as I write this I think his 36th world ranking is the lowest he will be for some time.

Major Championship Résumé
Starts: 3
Wins: 0

2013 Performance:
Masters - DNP
U.S. Open - DNP
British Open - T15
PGA Championship - T61

Best Career Finishes: 
Masters - n/a
U.S. Open - n/a
British Open - T15 (2013)
PGA Championship - T61 (2013)
Top-10 Finishes: 0
Top-25 Finishes: 1
Missed Cuts: 0

—Brandel Chamblee is lead analyst for the Golf Channel. Be sure to follow him @ChambleeBrandel on Twitter.

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