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Born: 27 December 1997
Birthplace: Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
College: Clemson University
Resides: Jacksonville, Florida, USA
Major Wins: 0
Euro or PGA Tour Wins: 0
Other Wins: 0
Grass Preference: Unknown
Significant Life Events: Yes
GBC Wind Performance Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
GBC Pressure Rating: ⭐⭐⭐
Doc capped a stellar amateur career by winning the 2017 US Amateur, finishing eagle-birdie after being two down with two holes to play against Doug Ghim and then winning the playoff. Doc had a relatively subdued start to his professional career in 2018 but found his feet in 2019 with second place finishes on the Canadian Tour and then the PGA Tour. His 2nd place on the PGA Tour at the 3M Open was particularly notable as he Monday qualified for that event.
Likely to win a PGA event in future.
Doc only turned pro in 2018.
Pressure Performance Analysis
Doc's Golf Betting Club Pressure Performance Rating is set at ⭐⭐⭐ given that he has performed adequately when in contention but failed to take the chances he's had.
✅ Eight shots back (8th) going into the final round of the Palmetto Championship, Doc shot a 67 to miss out by a shot.
❌ Led by one shot with 18 holes to go at the Bermuda Championship. Was only able to shoot a 69 on a day where scoring was lower and lost out by three shots.
❌ He trailed Si Woo Kim by 2 shots going into the final round of the Wyndham Championship, shooting 68 to finish in 3rd, 3 shots behind Jim Herman who shot 63.
❌ Held a two stroke lead going into the final round of the Bayview Place DC Bank Open on the Canadian Tour. However, he started slowly and despite two late birdies on 16 and 17 he lost out by a shot.
Nothing of note yet.
Events to back Redman
Doc was unable to play in Bermuda in 2021 but finishes of 4th and 35th in the previous two years mean he is a player who needs to be under consideration in 2022.
Doc has yet to be in a playoff.
2020 Bermuda Championship
I don't know if anyone really enjoys playing in the wind, but yeah, I think it speaks to my strengths. Hitting it solid is really important in the wind and I have a lot of confidence in my irons and my woods and my driver, so I think I welcome it and it's always a good challenge.
2020 Honda Classic
“I feel like my game is getting really close. I came in second last summer, and I feel like my game is better than that now. I just haven’t been putting well, but I’ve been working hard on that and on my short game.”