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Last years winner of the Haskins Award for top collegiate golfer, Henley claimed a Nationwide Tour title as an amateur. Hes made the cut at each of the last two U.S. Opens, including a share for low amateur honors with a T-16 in 2010.
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The heir apparent in a long line of great players from Down Under, Smith won both the Australian Amateur Boys Championship and Australian Amateur Stroke Championships last year ' a rare double that he called a real honor.
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There arent many players on this list with a dozen professional victories, but Bhullar has already reached that mark, with nine on the Professional Golf Tour of India, two on the Asian Tour and one on the Challenge Tour.
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A full-time member of the European Tour since the age of 18, Fisher finally broke through with his first career victory at last years Czech Open, winning by two strokes in his 147th career start on the circuit.
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It wasnt his 120th-place finish on the money list as a rookie last year that was so impressive; it was how Kang did it. Needing a top-three finish at the Childrens Miracle Network Classic, he did exactly that, with rounds of 68-71-67-68.
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Highly touted as an amateur, Lovemark was a two-time AJGA All-American and won the 2007 NCAA Championship while at Southern Cal. He owns a win on the Nationwide Tour, but his PGA Tour career was sidetracked by a back injury last year.
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A two-time winner of the Asian Amateur Championship, he parlayed the first of those triumphs into a T-27 result at last years Masters, earning low amateur honors, and will again compete in this years edition of the event.
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The only player besides Tiger Woods to win the U.S. Junior Amateur multiple times, Spieth finished his junior career as the top-ranked player on the Polo Golf Rankings. He finished 16th and 32nd in the last two Byron Nelson Championships.
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A non-member of the PGA Tour last season, Hadwin made the cut in all five starts, including a T-4 at the Canadian Open and T-7 at the Frys.com Open. The University of Louisville graduate has also claimed two victories on the Canadian Tour.
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In his first two Open Championship starts, the lanky Wood finished T-5 (as an amateur) and T-3 (as a pro). He nearly won his first European Tour title at last years opener, but lost the Africa Open in a playoff against Louis Oosthuizen.
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The 2010 U.S. Amateur champion, Uihlein played in the years first three majors last season, with a best finish of T-48 at the Open Championship. This could be a trying year after failing to qualify through either the PGA or European tour Q-schools.
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In typical wet, windy Irish weather, Lowry bested Robert Rock to claim his countrys national championship as an amateur three years ago. Last year, he posted four top-10 results and finished 41st on the European Tour money list.
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As a senior at the University of Georgia, English won the Nationwide Childrens Hospital Invitational. Upon turning professional later in the year, he added a second- and third-place finish on the Nationwide circuit, then breezed through Q-School.
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Winner of the 2008 U.S. Amateur, Lee became the second amateur to claim a European Tour title one year later. His game struggled for a time after turning professional, but he was back on track last season, easily graduating from the Nationwide Tour.
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After finishing third on the Challenge Tour in 2010 to claim European Tour status for the first time last season, Olesen posted a trio of runner-up results and four other top-25s to finish 48th on the final money list.
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In his first season as a professional, Cauley became just the sixth player under the current system to earn PGA Tour status without needing Q-School or the Nationwide Tour. Among the others? Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson.
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. In his rookie campaign on the PGA Tour last season, Stanley posted a half-dozen top-10 finishes ' including a runner-up to Steve Stricker at the John Deere Classic ' while earning over $1.5 million to finish 55th on the final money list.
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A ball-striker supreme, Noh already has wins on both the European Tour and Asian Tour in his young career. Hes also made the cut in five of six major championship starts, including all three he competed in last year.
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What a summer for the UCLA sophomore. Cantlay was named collegiate Player of the Year, was low amateur at the U.S. Open, T-9 at the Canadian Open, shot 60 at the Travelers Championship and finished the year as the worlds top-ranked amateur.
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The co-leader after the opening round of last years Open Championship, Lewis led the victorious GB&I squad in the Walker Cup, then promptly turned pro and won the Portugal Masters to cement European Tour Rookie of the Year honors.
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Still seeking his first career professional victory, Fowler has seemingly done everything else already, having competed in a Ryder Cup and posted four runner-up results in his first three professional seasons. That initial win is coming soon.
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Known as the Bashful Prince, Ishikawa owns nine career Japan Tour titles, including The Crowns in 2010, when he posted a final-round 58. Hes got plenty of experience, too, having played in 11 total majors as a teenager.
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The sky is the limit for this budding superstar. After winning the prestigious British Amateur, Manassero turned pro and won titles in each of his first two seasons. Hes also made the cut in four of five major appearances.
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He owns just one PGA Tour win, but the floodgates may be about to burst open for Day, who finished runner-up at two major championships last year and is already firmly entrenched in the top-10 in the Official World Golf Ranking.
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After losing last years Masters in heartbreaking form, McIlroy bounced back for an eight-stroke victory at the U.S. Open two months later. That and three other professional titles easily vault Boy Wonder to the top of this list.
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