Ludvig Aberg is already making history in golf, and according to European Ryder Cup captain Luke Donald, the best is yet to come. Donald was quick to congratulate Aberg on his victory at the RSM Classic, praising his “unlimited potential” and hailing him as a “generational player.”
Aberg’s performance at the RSM Classic was indeed remarkable, as he set or equaled several PGA Tour records, including tying the aggregate record for 72 holes and setting the aggregate record for 54 holes. He turned professional in 2023 and achieved his first win on the DP World Tour and the PGA Tour in less than six months.
Notably, Aberg impressed with his flawless performance at the Sea Island Golf Club, going 65 holes without a bogey. In just 11 starts on the PGA Tour, he managed to secure his first victory, with an impressive string of 85 bogey-free holes in his previous opening event.
According to journalist Justin Ray, Aberg’s accomplishments in his debut professional season are unmatched in the last 30 years. His potential has caught the attention of golf enthusiasts and experts, with Donald predicting that Aberg will continue to do amazing things in his career.
The enthusiastic praise from Donald and Aberg’s outstanding debut season point to a promising future for the young golfer, as he continues to make a name for himself in the world of professional golf.