Cam Davis is quietly having himself a nice start to his PGA Tour career. The Aussie won his first event a couple seasons ago at the Rocket Mortgage Classic. That paved the way for him to advance to the second round of the FedEx Cup Playoffs at the BMW Championship.
Davis didn’t win again in 2021-22, but he made it back to the BMW to cap another solid season. He accrued four top-10s, including T-3rd at the RBC Heritage. Finishing that high at a short, narrow track like Harbour Town is a good sign for a bomber like him.
He comes to the Fortinet Championship on a streak of nine made cuts.
Six of those were top-20s.
The 27-year-old ranked 52nd on the PGA Tour per round last season in total strokes gained (.542). He was a positive in all SG categories and is becoming more well-rounded by the day.
Davis ranked ninth in holes per eagle (105.4) and 34th in birdies per round (4).
The spoils of his fine form include earning him a spot on the International Presidents Cup team for the first time. He was one of Trevor Immelman’s six captain’s picks.
Davis will get a tune-up this week. It’s his third Fortinet Championship appearance.
He took T-17th (70-70-72-68) in 2018 and missed the cut in 2019. He matched his best score at Silverado with a 68 in round two in 2019, but an opening 76 left him two shots outside the cut line.
With Cam Smith gone to LIV, Cam Davis now takes the mantle of top Australian Cam on the PGA Tour.