You probably know him as: That guy who isn't afraid to say he thinks he's one of the top five golfersin the world.You should know him for: Reed's big statement received more attention than his big WGC win at Doral. That victory gave him three wins in 14 events, including his Humana Challenge title that was highlighted by three consecutive rounds of 63. If you're not ready to call the man who previously led Augusta State to back-to-back national titles a top-five player yet, just call him "Mr. 63." We doubt he'll mind.
You probably know him as: That guy who got busted for pot once.You should know him for: Every was kind of the Patrick Reed of his day. It just took him a lot longer to win on the PGA Tour. Now 30, that breakthrough victory came last month at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Every also loves the band Oasis, according to his PGA Tour bio. So, there's that. . .
You probably know him as: That guy who likes to take photos of stars.You should know him for: It took Walker 187 starts before winning on the PGA Tour, but then he won three out of eight events, including at Pebble Beach in February. How does something like that happen? Let's just say the planets aligned for the astrophotographer.
You probably know him as: That guy with the most Hollywood name ever.You should know him for: English won the OHL Classic at Mayakoba in the fall, his second PGA Tour title in five months. The former University of Georgia star also proved that pros are capable of making a smooth transition between equipment companies.
You probably know him as: That guy who can really putt.You should know him for: Actually, that probably is his biggest claim to fame. Well, that and being very opportunistic. The University of Georgia product only has four PGA Tour top 10s since turning pro in 2011, but two of them are wins. The most recent came at the 2014 Honda Classic, where he won a four-man playoff that included Rory McIlroy.
You probably know him as: That guy with two first names.You should know him for: Kirk won the McGladrey Classic at Sea Island in November. Before that, he won the 2011 Viking Classic and helped lead the University of Georgia to the 2005 NCAA title. Hmm, another young, talented golfer from Georgia? These guys really are tough to tell apart. . .
You probably know him as: That guy who was an incredible amateur golfer.You should know him for: After winning everything before turning pro, success on the PGA Tour hasn't come as easy for Moore -- who you also might recognize as that guy who sometimes wears a tie on the course. Classy. Still, Moore's most recent win at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia (left) gives him three tour titles and more than $17 million in career earnings. That's a lot of ties.
You probably know him as: That guy with an alliterative name.You should know him for: Stallings has three PGA Tour wins, including a victory at this year's Farmers Insurance Open. And he's probably the only pro golfer to be born in Massachusetts, play his college golf at Tennessee Tech and major in business management. True story.
You probably know him as: That guy who will play with his dad at the Masters.You should know him for: The son of 1982 Masters champion Craig Stadler picked up his first PGA Tour title at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. But don't confuse him with his dad, aka the "Walrus." Kevin's got his own nickname. It's . . . um . . . (looks up nickname) "Smallrus." Eh, so maybe it's OK to confuse them.