2023 World Wide Technology Championship: Top 10 power rankings at El Cardonal

2022 World Wide Technology Championship, Mayakoba,(Photo by Hector Vivas/Getty Images)
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Beau Hossler, 2023 Shriners Children’s Open, Las Vegas, Nevada, Ray Acevedo-USA TODAY Sports /

It appears that Beau Hossler has played his way into the first couple signature events on the 2024 PGA Tour schedule.

Players are jostling to finish between Nos. 51-60 in the FedEx Cup Fall and he’s No. 51 with a few weeks left.

Hossler is cleaning it up in the fall. The former Texas Longhorn took T-30th at the Fortinet Championship, T-28th at the Sanderson Farms Championship, T-7th at the Shriners Children’s Open, and T-2nd at the ZOZO Championship.

Could he be trending toward his long-awaited first win on the PGA Tour?

I’m leaning toward yes. Despite being a poor ball approach player by pro standards, Hossler has been marvelous on and around the greens.

He ranks 25th and climbing in Strokes Gained: Around-the-Green per round (.266) and 57th in SG: Putting (.224).

Hossler was in the mix through three-plus rounds at the ZOZO before Collin Morikawa ran away with it on Sunday. The 28-year-old former phenom was pleased to be in contention, but Hossler still has a lot more he wants to achieve.

"“I would say this is just a continuation of — probably the last three months for me has been a significant trend in the right direction,” Hossler was transcribed by Tee Scripts. “I’m tired of talking about what I’m capable of doing, it’s about time I just do it. You know, me and my team know what I’m capable of and I just hope to do it.”"

Hossler will look to post another high finish this week at the World Wide Technology Championship like the last time he was south of the border, a T-10th at the Mexico Open at Vidanta.