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Born: 17 March 1992
Birthplace: Long Beach, California, USA
Resides: North Palm Beach, Florida, USA
Major Wins: 0
Euro or PGA Tour Wins: 6
Other Wins: 1
Grass Preference: Unknown
Significant Life Events: No
GBC Wind Performance Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
GBC Pressure Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Patrick had a decorated amateur career, ranking amateur number 1 for a record 54 weeks and finishing runner up at the US Amateur in 2011. However, he suffered a back injury in 2013 whilst warming up for an event and that would see him only play 6 events between 2014-2017. That period was further
It's to Patrick's credit that he came back in 2017, making 14 appearances without missing a single cut. He also ended the year with a win at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
He's since gone on to win four more times on the PGA Tour and is a fixture inside the world's top 10 now.
Be careful when backing against Patrick in matchbets. He only missed 5 cuts in his 74 starts between 2017 and 2020 and has become a top 10 machine in 2022.
Pressure Performance Analysis
Patrick has been poor lately in contention. His Golf Betting Club Pressure Performance Rating is set at ⭐⭐⭐.
❌ Started the final round of the Shriners Open tied for the lead with Tom Kim and shot 69 to lose by 3. Made a triple bogey on the 72nd hole after a wild drive.
✅Led the BMW Championship by 1 shot and shot 69 to win by 1 shot.
❌ Trailed Xander by one at the Travelers Championship. Shot 76 to finish NINE back, a shocking performance.
➖ Began the final round of the RBC Heritage one shot behind Varner and shot 68 to reach a playoff with Jordan Spieth, where he threw it away with a poor 2nd shot resulting in a plugged lie.
➖ Began the final round of the Phoenix Open 2 shots behind Sahith Theegala. Shot 67 to enter a playoff with Scottie Scheffler, which he lost to a birdie. Had a good birdie cahnce on his 72nd hole which would have won him the tournament.
❌ Began the final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach 1 shot behind the leaders but could only manage a 71 to finish 4 shots back of winner Hoge. A poor performance.
✅Joint leader at the BMW Championship after 3 rounds, Patrick shot a final round 66 to force a playoff with Bryson DeChambeau. Patrick put his tee shot in the water on the 17th but make a great bogey. He would then go on to birdie the last. A birdie at the sixth playoff hole won it for him. An exceptional performance, recorded the highest SG: Putting figures ever recorded (since 2003).
✅Began the final round of The Memorial tied for the lead with Collin Morikawa. Shot 71 to tie Morikawa after 72 holes and then defeated him in playoff.
➖ Two shots back at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Patrick fired a 68 to slip from 2nd to 3rd. An acceptable performace.
✅Began the final round of The American Express 4 shots behind Si Woo Kim. Shot 61 to lose out on a play off by one shot. Kim had to birdie 16 and 17 to beat him. It was the best round of the day by 3 shots and holed a long birdie putt on 18 to give himself a chance.
✅Patrick trailed by three shots going into the final round at the Zozo Championship. Shot a final round 65 which included nine birdies to win by a shot. Did well to win but was helped by poor final rounds from Justin Thomas and Jon Rahm.
❌ Held a share of the 54 hole lead for the first time in his career at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Missed a 5ft par putt on the first hole which set the tone for the rest of the round and he slumped to a 73, the worst score of anyone in the top 30.
➖ Held the joint 36 hole lead and was two shots behind with a round to go at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Shot a 68 but lost out in a playoff to Kevin Na.
✅Was a distant 2nd to Justin Thomas with 18 holes to play at the BMW Championship. Did well to shoot a 65 but was a long way off and lost out by three.
✅Patrick was four shots behind Martin Kaymer at The Memorial. An excellent final round 64 was enough to see him win by 2 shots.
Patrick is a player who is capable of staying hot, he has multiple examples of posting consecutive top 10 finishes.
Goes well fresh
Patrick produced a win and a 2nd in 2021 after a week off. He plays fewer tournaments than most and has the ability to turn it on after a rest.