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Gary Woodland

Gary Woodland

Gary Woodland carded a one-under 69 on Sunday at the Greenbrier Classic to finish one-under and alone in 57th place.


Woodland made the cut on the number at one-under, but played his weekend in even-par to remain outside of the top 50 on the leaderboard. He ranked top-15 among the field in SG: OTT and SG: Aprroach, but lost too many strokes with the putter as he struggled on the greens. Woodland has now made five consecutive cuts, but has failed to notch a single top-35 finish during this stretch. He's slated to tee it up next at the upcoming Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.

Recent Stats

Week Tournament Pts Total
Season     135,861
16 The Open Championship 23,556 23,556
14 The Greenbrier Classic 16,188 16,188
11 U.S. Open 28,895 28,895
9 Memorial Tournament 21,982 21,982
7 AT&T Byron Nelson 25,605 25,605

Older News

Gary Woodland, who withdrew from last week's Quicken Loans National due to the birth of his son, will be in the field for this week's Greenbrier Classic.


Woodland has elected to tee it up at the Greenbrier just a couple weeks after becoming a father, currently riding a streak of four consecutive made cuts without a top-35 finish. He finished tied for fourth at the Old White TPC back in 2011.

Gary Woodland withdrew from the field Monday for the Quicken Loans National, Rob Bolton of PGATour.com reports.


With the birth of his son occurring this week, Woodland is likely withdrawing in order to spend the time off with the newest member of his family. Woodland most recently finished tied for 50th at the U.S. Open a week ago, as he did not participate in this past weekend's Travelers Championship.

Gary Woodland finished in a tie for 50th at the U.S. Open after posting a two-over 74 on Sunday.


Woodland has the distance to find success at Erin Hills, but he was unable to find the short grass enough as he ranked T59 in driving accuracy. On top of that he really struggled with the putter, finishing 62nd in SG: Putting and 68th in putts per GIR. Woodland has been off since a T2 at the Honda Classic. His best finish in his last nine starts since then was a T38. Woodland will not be in the field for the Travelers Championship this week.

Gary Woodland shot a three-over 73 on Sunday at the AT&T Byron Nelson to finish one-under and tied for 40th.


Woodland fired back-to-back 68s during his two middle rounds before falling 16 spots down the leaderboard on Sunday. He hit just 40-of-72 greens in regulation, but placed 13th in terms of putts per GIR. Woodland hasn't posted a top-25 since the Honda Classic back in February, but he'll have additional time to practice this week as he won't be in the field at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational.