After his worst season ever on the PGA Tour season in 2009, Stuart Appleby pulled a 180 and earned the Comeback Player of the Year
Appleby won The Greenbrier Classic by closing with a 59, making him one of only two players to hit golf’s magic number in the last round. His historic win followed a year in which he finished outside the top 125 on the money list for the first time since his rookie season. The Australian used a one-time exemption for career money to keep his card. His win helped him to finish 38th on the money list, and he topped off his year by winning the Australian Masters.
2010 truly was the year of the low score. The real question is…who’s round was best? Ryo’s 58? Appleby’s 59? Goydos’ 59?