Dustin Johnson captures the Tour Championship in a commanding 3-shot win over Alex Noren.
PGA Tour season 2022-23 may finally be trending towards redemption after Russell Henley won a PGA event.
Capturing the fourth career victory at the 2022 World Wide Technology Championship
at Mayakoba was not only important for his confidence on and off the course, but for his career as well.
Golfers Keegan Bradley and Mackenzie Hughes both won the US Open in 2018
while a student at University of Missouri-Kansas City, showing that you can start your career early.
Henley won his first club championship in October, making him the 2017 Houston Open club champion.
Hovland set his personal best for 54-hole scoring in the final round of the event.
Past mistakes are one of the most important lessons to learn in life. That's just what Henley learned
when he made that unsuccessful sale and watched it cost him time, money, and credibility.
"I ran this season as hard as I could, but because of all the personal setbacks I faced, I didn't have enough left in the tank to reach my goal.
Not even close. From now on, when things go south or I'm about to give up, I'll be able to look back at these losses and know that it was time for a change."
You never know when you're going to get another chance. To come back from six down in the final round and walk away with a two-shot lead is just really cool."
For Henley, consistency is an important priority. This has put him in a position of pressure
and allowed him prepare the right way for the most important games.