Troy Matteson

Troy Matteson

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Troy Jason Matteson (born November 8, 1979) is an American professional golfer.

Matteson was born in Rockledge, Florida. He played college golf at Georgia Tech and won the NCAA Individual Championship in 2002.

Matteson debuted on the Nationwide Tour in 2004. He set the record for the most money won in one season on the Nationwide Tour during the 2005 season, when he won $495,009 and had two victories; His record was eclipsed in 2009 by Michael Sim.

During the 2009 PGA Tour season, at the Open in Scottsdale, Arizona, Matteson set a 36-hole PGA Tour scoring record. Matteson shot 61-61 on Friday and Saturday for a total of 122 strokes. This feat beat the record of 123 set earlier in the season by Steve Stricker at the Bob Hope Classic. He went on to win the tournament in a three-man playoff over Rickie Fowler and Jamie Lovemark.

In 2010, Matteson finished 128th on the Tour, which would normally mean a conditional Tour card and a trip to qualifying school. However, his win in 2009 earned him a two-year exemption until the end of 2011.

Swing style

Troy Matteson tends to hit a long and high push-draw. His swing fits the model known as stack and tilt and he is coached by its creators, Mike Bennett and Andy Plummer.<ref...
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