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Robert Garrigus is an American golfer on the PGA Tour who is well known for being one of the longest drivers in the world.
Born in Idaho in 1977, Garrigus turned pro 20 years later, but it was only in 2005 that we saw him reach the PGA Tour after earning his card at Q School. So far, Garrigus has just the one PGA Tour title to his name and that came in November of 2010 at the Childrens Miracle Network Classic Tournament.
Since then we have seen Garrigus has fluttered in and out of the top-50 in the world with a series of solid performances at the top level, missing out on glory on three different occasions after losing in tge play-offs.
Garrigus' best performance at a Major came at the 2011 US Open when he came in a tie for third place at Congressional Country Club. That was a real breakthrough performance for Garrigus and he will be looking to be in major contention once again in the next few years.
Height: 181cm | Weight: 86kg | Born: 1977-11-11