Although well-respected, the Californian still gets less attention than many other American golfers and yet his accomplishments bear comparison with most. Having taken some time to grab a first PGA Tour win, he has now claimed four in the last two and half seasons and, crucially, has started winning big ones including the 2010 Bridgestone Invitational and this year's WGC-World Matchplay. Indeed he joined Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson as the only Americans to have achieved the feat of winning multiple WGC titles - nice company to be keeping. The 30-year-old can also boast plenty of top ten finishes in the majors, including two in the US Open, and his long, accurate driving is acknowledged to be amongst the finest in the world. His weakness is his short game and it was never more apparent than when hitting a crucial duff in the 2010 Ryder Cup. One of the stars of the Golf Boys video, it's not out of the question that he'll be extra motivated to join fellow joker Bubba Watson as a major winner.