A loss is a loss, but I tied for first at the end of the dayScott wins with 48-foot putt in playoff Apr 27, 2008
So You Think has a big, long stride that covers the same amount of ground most horses would take two strides to cover. He traveled very well and was impressive when I asked him to go onUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup May 23, 2011
I like the fact that I put up a number that made (Choi) have to think about it coming down the stretchK.J. Choi wins the Memorial Jun 03, 2007
We knew he was a bit above himself in condition and he had a few problems in the straightUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Nov 15, 2010
It is really nice to win this event on my very own this time, especially as I didn't think I had much chance coming into itMoore Wins HK Jockey Challenge Dec 08, 2010
Ryan David Moore (born December 5, 1982) is an American professional golfer, currently playing on the PGA Tour. He became known for having a very successful amateur career and later as a professional for not accepting equipment & apparel sponsorships. In November 2009, Moore became a part-owner of the golf equipment company Scratch Golf and played their clubs and sported the company's logo. In 2010, Moore announced a deal with Adams Golf and gave up his stake in Scratch Golf.
Moore was born in Tacoma, Washington, and grew up in nearby Puyallup. He graduated in 2001 from Cascade Christian High School, a small Class 1A school which did not have a golf team. Moore competed for Class 4A Puyallup High School, where he lettered all four years (1998-2001). He was the runner-up in the U.S. Junior Championship in 2000, and won the high school individual state championship in 2001 over Andres Gonzales, a future UNLV teammate, then of Capital High School of Olympia. Moore accepted a scholarship to UNLV, where he lettered for four seasons for the Rebels and graduated in 2005 with a degree in communications and public relations.
During the summer of 2004 prior to his senior year of college, Moore had one of the most impressive seasons in the modern era of amateur golf. He captured multiple titles, including the U.S. Amateur, the Western Amateur, the U.S. Amateur Public Links (also won in 2002) and the NCAA individual championship.