Corey Conners has been one of the most consistent players on Tour.
As an amateur, Conners played at Kent State University and was a runner-up in the 2014 U.S. Amateur. Turning professional in 2016, Conners joined the PGA Tour full-time in 2018.
The Canada native traded in his hockey stick and sweater for a cowboy hat and boots with his first Tour win at the Valero Texas Open in 2019. With the win, Conners became just the fourth Monday qualifier to win a PGA Tour event since the practice was installed in 1983.
In his first Presidents Cup appearance, Conners had hoped to help turn the tide at Quail Hollow against a stacked United States team. It didn’t work out too well, as he lost all four matches he was a part of.
Here’s a look at his career through the years.