Greyson Sigg has arrived at the place he always believed he was destined to be – making his PGA Tour debut as a card-carrying tour member. He’s comfortable he belongs at this week’s season-opening Fortinet Championship in Napa, California.
The former University of Georgia All-American and Augusta native is not shy about what he hopes to achieve at golf’s highest level.
“My goal, as it was on the Korn Ferry Tour, is to win,” said Sigg, who won twice and finished second in the super-season points list on the top developmental tour to earn his promotion for 2021-22. “I want to put myself in position to win and see what happens. The more and more I feel comfortable out there doing that the more and more I feel I can get it done. The quicker and sooner I can get in that position and the faster I can learn, the better off I’ll be.”
Sigg has always been a guy who knows what he wants and isn’t afraid to put a little pressure on himself to achieve it. That comes in handy on a golf course.
Greyson Sigg celebrates on the 18th green a...
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