Taylor Pendrith

30-Year-Old Golfer
2021–22 Fantasy Outlook
Pendrith earns a PGA Tour card via his ranking of fifth on the Korn Ferry Tour's regular season points list, but he also tallied a trio of top-25s at the PGA level in 2020-21. Pendrith notched four runner-ups on the KFT, including three in a row last summer from the TPC San Antonio Challenge at the Canyons through the Pinnacle Bank Championship. Given his KFT ranking of third in driving distance, the Canadian's upside is evident. Read Past Outlooks
Added to Shriners Open field
October 5, 2021
Pendrith will participate in the upcoming Shriners Open, Rob Bolton of PGATour.com reports.
Pendrith finished in the top 40 in the two tournaments he participated in last month. He'll replace Kevin Na, who withdrew Tuesday due to a rib issue.
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2020 Fantasy Outlook
Pendrith doesn't have a win under his belt in 2020 like the other names around him near the top of the Korn Ferry Tour Points list, but he went on a wild run this summer stringing together finishes of T3-2-T2-T2 from the TPC Colorado Championship through the Pinnacle Bank Championship. That's four consecutive top-3s before adding three additional top-25s throughout his last four starts to end the season. Pendrith, who won twice on the Mackenzie Tour in 2019, ranked fifth in driving distance and eighth in birdie average on the KFT.