The 2016 PGA Championship is set to be a wild card, and that means the No. 1 player on the tour will get the chance to do it for the first time.
As it turns out, that’s not the case for Harley Davidson.
The former Kentucky standout had a solid run in the Masters and a stellar second half of the season, but he fell in love with the golf course at the Barclays and turned down the offer to join the Tour for the rest of the year.
He went on to win the prestigious Masters at Oakmont, which was a bit of a shock for him considering that he’d never really played the course before.
“The course is just a great way to start your season,” Davidson told ESPN.
“It was so fun, and it’s just so challenging.
There’s no better way to do that than at a PGA.”
Davidson didn’t have much to say about what the future holds for him, but we know his golfing career is not done yet.
He’ll play in the 2017 U.S. Open and will compete in the BMW Championship, which will be held at the course next year.