Pro Golfers from Massachusetts

Current Pro Men’s Golfers from Massachusetts (PGA 2023)

Golfers, and athletes of all sports really, take pride in where they’re from. Whether it’s the state, city or area code – you always notice players wanting to rep their home area.

The whole Ryder Cup is basically built on the principle of competing and representing where you’re from.

Fans tend to do the same thing. It’s always more fun to pull for a player when they’re from your home state (or even your hometown).

With all that in mind, we went through the World Golf Rankings and pulled the home states (or countries) of every player in the top 200 (as of 5/19/23).

28 of the 50 states in the US have at least one player representing them in that top 200.

One of those 28 states is Massachusetts which has a lone representative in the top 200.

Here is the golfer from Massachusetts in the World Golf Rankings top 200 in the spring of 2023 including what town they’re from.

Scott StallingsWorcester

Hall of Fame Players from Massachusetts

In addition to the current players from Massachusetts, we compiled a list of all players that have gone on to make it into the Golf Hall of Fame:

NameCityInduction Year
Henry PicardPlymouth2006
Francis OuimetBrookline1974

About the Players

Scott Stallings

Scott Stallings turned pro in 2007, but it wasn’t until 2010 that he made it to the PGA Tour.

Throughout his career, Stallings has claimed three victories on the PGA Tour: the 2011 Greenbrier Classic, the 2012 True South Classic, and the 2014 Farmers Insurance Open. The win at the Farmers Insurance Open was especially memorable, as it took place at Torrey Pines, one of the more challenging courses on the PGA Tour.

In addition to his victories, Stallings has posted several other top-10 finishes on the PGA Tour, highlighting his ability to compete at a high level. Known for his strong work ethic and dedication to fitness, Stallings continues to be a strong competitor on the PGA Tour.

Golf Hometown Fun Facts

California has the most golfers of any state in the top 200 with 21. Second most is Texas with 8, followed by Florida (7), and North Carolina and South Carolina with 5 each.

California actually has more players than any country (outside the US) in the top 200 as well. England has the most, 15, of any foreign country.

More States

We are slowly but surely adding our golfer hometown resources to the site. Here are a few of the other states published so far:

Current Pro Men’s Golfers from Maryland

Current Pro Men’s Golfers from Kentucky

Current Pro Men’s Golfers from Louisiana

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