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Introducing the PXG TOUR Roster for 2021

Originally Published:
03/03/2021

PXG is excited to announce the addition of 15 new golfers to our professional roster including seven PGA TOUR, two LPGA Tour, and six Korn Ferry Tour players.

"Between grit and their love of the game, every one of these new players brings something special to the course," said PXG Founder and CEO Bob Parsons. "We are proud to welcome them all to the PXG Troops and honored that they have chosen to put PXG in play."

Read on to meet the players!

New PXG PGA TOUR Players

Joining the PXG Troops this year are:

Jim Herman

On joining PXG, three-time PGA TOUR winner Jim Herman shared, "I have played with PXG staff players in the past, and I have always been intrigued with how I would play with PXG equipment. Once I swung PXG Irons, I instantly knew I needed them in my bag."

Herman joined the PGA TOUR in 2011 and has since recorded three PXG TOUR victories – The 2016 Shell Houston Open and 2019 Barbasol Championship. With his win at the 2020 Wyndham Championship, Herman played his way into the FedExCup Playoffs and advanced to the BMW Championship, finishing the season No. 64 in the FedExCup standings.

Sung Kang

Sung joins the PXG Troops with three international wins under his belt – the 2019 AT&T Byron Nelson; 2013 CJ Invitational, hosted by KJ Choi; and the 2013 Kolon Korea Open.

"PXG makes some of the best-performing equipment in golf. I know, with the support of Bob Parsons, his team, and PXG clubs, that I am going to be able to take my game to the next level!"

PXG TOUR Pro Danny Lee swinging a golf club in a studio.




 

Danny Lee

Born in Korea, Lee grew up in New Zealand, representing the Kiwis during the 2016 Summer Olympics. Lee bagged the 2009 Johnnie Walker Classic in Gleneagles, Scotland, and went on to win the 2011 WNG Golf Classic. His PGA TOUR victory came during 2015’s The Greenbrier Classic.

 

Luke List

Owning one of the most powerful golf swings in the world, Luke List has ranked as low as third in driving distance on the PGA TOUR. During the 2018-19 season, Luke captured four top-10 finishes including a T-3 at the QBE Shootout and a standalone sixth at the PGA Championship.

PXG TOUR Pro Henrik Norlander swinging a golf club in a studio.

 

Henrik Norlander

"I am excited to join the team at PXG in 2021 on the PGA TOUR. I openly tested equipment for the first time in my professional career, finding PXG the best fit for me. They are pushing the limits with technology, and I am excited to see how they can help advance my career on the PGA TOUR."

A two-time winner on the Korn Ferry Tour, Norlander captured the 2019 Wichita Open and the 2015 Korn Ferry Tour Hotel Fitness Championship. Norlander capped off an impressive 2020 season on the PGA TOUR with three top-10 finishes: forth at 2020 Sanderson Farms Championship, sixth at 2020 Memorial Tournament, and ninth at the 2020 SONY Open.

 
PXG TOUR Pro Kyle Stanley tipping his golf hat a studio.




 

Kyle Stanley

"I couldn't be more excited to join the PXG Team. Their innovation is best in class, and their commitment to constantly push the envelope in developing the best clubs possible and break boundaries is what attracted me. It's a great feeling knowing I have an entire company behind me, committed to helping me play my best."

Stanley is a two-time PGA TOUR winner, claiming victory at the 2012 Waste Management Phoenix Open and the 2017 Quicken Loans National.

 

Hudson Swafford

Hudson Swafford broke through for his second career victory at the 2020 Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship after having a strong start to the season, recording a T-9 finish at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Last season, Hudson recorded four top-30 finishes including a T-3 finish at the Sony Open in Hawaii. He recorded his first PGA TOUR victory when he won the 2017 CareerBuilder Challenge.

“New to PXG, I am thrilled with their attention to detail to help me with my transition. I am very excited to see what 2021 has in store.”



PXG TOUR Pro Megan Khang posing with a golf club in a studio.

New PXG LPGA Tour Players

Joining the PXG roster from the LPGA, Megan Khang and Mariah Stackhouse.

Megan Khang

Khang has enjoyed 20-career top 10s since joining the LPGA in 2016. In 2019, Khang played her way onto the U.S. Solheim Cup team. In 2020, Khang secured a season-best finish of solo fifth at the U.S. Women's Open, which was also her career-best result in a major.

Mariah Stackhouse

Stackhouse joined the LPGA Tour in 2017 and has five career top-10s to her name. A trailblazer, Stackhouse became the youngest African-American woman to earn a spot in the field at the U.S. Open aged at just 17 and won more than 100 junior golf tournaments as an amateur player.

 
 

New PXG Korn Ferry Tour Players

PXG has also notably expanded its support of the Korn Ferry Tour, adding six new players. The professional golfers joining current PXG staffers Scott Langley and Grant Hirschman include:

PXG's professional staff includes Zach Johnson, Pat Perez, James Hahn, Wyndham Clark, Jason Kokrak, Joel Dahmen, Scott Langley, Grant Hirschman, Danny Lee, Henrik Norlander, Hudson Swafford, Jim Herman, Kyle Stanley, Luke List, Sung Kang, Mina Harigae, Lydia Ko, Brittany Lang, Celine Boutier, Austin Ernst, Christina Kim, Katherine Kirk, Haley Moore, Ryann O'Toole, Gerina Piller, Jennifer Song, and Linnea Strom.

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