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Winners this season Viktor Hovland, Cameron Champ, Harris English (twice), Stewart Cink (twice) and one of the hottest players, Louis Oosthuizen, are among
12 PING pros in Memphis, Tenn., this week for the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational at TPC Southwind.

They are part of an elite field that comprises 48 of the world’s top 50, and nine of the top 10 in FedExCup points (English, Oosthuizen and Hovland all sit inside the top 10).

South African Wilco Nienaber, the longest driver on the European Tour with his G425 LST at 324.04 yards, tees it up in his first WGC event.
Players from seven countries make up the PING contingent vying for the prestigious title.

See the full PING roster:

WGC-FEDEX ST. JUDE INVITATIONAL
TPC Southwind
Memphis, Tenn.
Aug. 5-8
Cameron Champ, Stewart Cink
Corey Conners,
Harris English (above)
Tony Finau, Tyrrell Hatton
Viktor Hovland, Joaquin Niemann
Wilco Nienaber, Louis Oosthuizen

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PING Shot of the week - Louis Oosthuizen
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PING Shot of the week - Louis Oosthuizen

Tip of the cap again to Louis Oosthuizen, who at the Open Championship continued to build on one of the most impressive records in major championships. This season alone he’s been T2 at the PGA Championship, runnerup at the U.S. Open, and he was T3 on Sunday at Royal St. George’s, a performance that vaulted him four spots to ninth in the world ranking. Mackenzie Hughes of Canada made an auspicious Open debut, placing T6, his best result in a major

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TERRIFIC AT TORREY
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TERRIFIC AT TORREY

PING pros shined at Torrey Pines in a U.S. Open where Louis Oosthuizen thrilled again, Harris English contended with a late surge, and Mackenzie Hughes earned his best result in a major. Oosthuizen’s solo second was his sixth runner-up in a major, elevating him to 12th in the world ranking. English in third had a career high at a major, and he jumped to 19th in the world. Hughes’ T15 was his best performance in nine majors, and the Canadian played in the final group Sunday with Oosthuizen.

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