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Mine is Andy Sullivan, one of my friends is a Sr VP for Wasserman in London whose client is Andy.  So I've been following him for a while.  I'm hoping to get to meet him at the Master's.  Bernd Wiesberger is another of his clients that is playing in the Master's, he also has Rickie, Zach Johnson, Hunter Mahan and Tom Watson.

 

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9 hours ago, jbishop15 said:

Zach Johnson for me. Love his swing, and his attitude, plus I've heard good things through the grapevine. 

I like Zack too, but I wouldn't call a major winner "under the radar". :-)

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29 minutes ago, boogielicious said:

I like Zack too, but I wouldn't call a major winner "under the radar". :-)

I would.  I feel kind of harsh saying it but that win looks like a blip when you look at his performance in other majors.

I don't know if Snedeker counts as "under the radar" but I always root for him. 

 

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41 minutes ago, boogielicious said:

I like Zack too, but I wouldn't call a major winner "under the radar". :-)

I thought about that, but I still think that he would classify as lesser-known. He's a lowkey guy, and a lot of the tournaments he's won (save the two majors) have come at smaller events, like the John Deere or Valero. 

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I am going to the web.com tour.  Rick Cochran III.  Have practiced beside him at the local range.  Amazing watching someone on the web.com tour that looks so good but hasn't made the PGA yet. Hopefully his injuries are behind him and he can get his putter going and win an event soon.

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I like Jhonattan Vegas.  Always seems to keep a positive attitude and genuinely seems to be having fun out there.

I also have to admit that I pay a lot more attention to Joost Luiten as a result of my friendship with @MacDutch and his band of Dutchies.  

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2 hours ago, Wally Fairway said:

just my take - but guys who are (or have been) in the Top 10 OWGR are not what I would classify as "lesser known/under-the-radar" players

Yep, 2 majors, 12 wins on tour, 5 ryder cups, $40MM in winnings, puts you on most radars.

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3 hours ago, Wally Fairway said:

just my take - but guys who are (or have been) in the Top 10 OWGR are not what I would classify as "lesser known/under-the-radar" players

I totally agree to this. 

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