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This article highlights the top 5 best golfers in 2021.

The golfing world has changed dramatically over the course of the last couple years. From Tiger Woods to Rory McIlroy, there are so many top-tier golfers. The game has become much more diversified than ever before with players coming out of Asia and Latin America which have never been acknowledged before. With all these changes it is hard to know who will be the next up-and-coming golfer to take over, but many believe that these fuve players will be at the top of their game in 2021.


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The term best golfer is subjective and it has to be based on the opinion of the person who is judging. There are many ways to judge, but most people agree that the best golfer should have a few things in common. One of these qualities is that they should be good. They must be good at golf, but also at life. The best golfers are usually humble and respectful, they know how to take care of their body, and they know how to win with grace.

1. Dustin Johnson

Dustin Johnson is a professional golfer who has been ranked No. 1 in the world for the last two years.

The first time DJ qualified for the PGA Tour was at the 1998 Q School, but he failed to take that spot. However, he won his Q School spot later that year by finishing second on his second try.

In 1999, DJ won his first tournament on PGA Tour – The Nike Tallahassee Open. He also made it to top-10 of three other tournaments before being disqualified for taking a prohibited substance – Phentermine, an appetite suppressant.

2. Jordan Spieth

Jordan Spieth is a professional golfer. Born in Dallas, Texas, he turned pro in 2012. He has won 2 major tournaments and 11 other events on the PGA Tour.

Spieth was ranked as the world’s number one golfer in 2015 and 2016. He is one of only three golfers to have achieved the career Grand Slam at an age of 24 or younger.

3. Justin Thomas

Justin Thomas is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. He has won four PGA Tour events, including the 2017 PGA Championship.

1. Childhood and Amateur Career

Justin Thomas was born in Louisville, Kentucky to Doug and Jayne Thomas on December 30, 1990. As a child he was introduced to golf by his father through the game’s introductory program for kids called “Junior Golf”. Growing up he played soccer, baseball, basketball, football and tennis but quickly learned that golf was his true talent.

Thomas won six of his first seven junior events in 2007 before turning pro in 2008 at the age of 17. However, it wasn’t until 2012 when he won his first major championship- The John Deere Classic

4. Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods is one of the most famous golfers in the world. He has won 14 major tournaments and was ranked number one in the world for a record 270 weeks.

5. Brooks Koepka

Brooks Koepka is a professional golfer. He has been in the top ten in the Official World Golf Ranking in 12/12 months, and he is currently ranked number 5.

He has 3 major championship victories, with 2 of them being US Open titles. He is just the second person to win consecutive US Opens since Curtis Strange, and he holds the record for consecutive cuts made on tour (173).

*Brooks Koepka’s victory at the 2018 U.S. Open marked his first victory at a major championship since his back-to-back wins at The Open Championship and PGA Championship in 2017.