Golf is an age limit game. There are players in the professional league who are already playing in their teens. And there have been plenty of instances where the younger players have done well on the PGA Tour.

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Meanwhile, even Tiger Woods had made his amateur debut at the age of 19 and had caught the attention of the whole world. However, some players have played on the tour at a younger age than Tiger. But who is the youngest player to make it on the PGA Tour? Let’s find out.

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Who is the youngest PGA Tour player to make it?

Interestingly, the youngest player is the PGA tour to make the cut is guan tianlang. He made history by making the cut in the 2013 Masters at the age of 14. Guan Tianlang was 14 years, 5 months and 18 days old when he achieved this feat in 2013 as an amateur. He set the record as the youngest player to make the cut in a modern day PGA Tour event.

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The Chinese golfer finished the 36 hole games at Augusta National with a score of 4 over. He carded 3-over 75 in the second round and threatened to miss the cut. Fortunately, Jason Day finished his last two holes with a par to move the cutline to 5. So that made sure that the 14-year-old Chinese amateur golfer goes into the weekend.

This also ensured that the defending champion of the Masters, Bubba Watson, also comes to the weekend. Guan, meanwhile, was the only amateur to reach the 2013 Masters weekend and receive the silver cup.

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Additionally, Guan Tianlang is also the youngest player to make the PGA Tour cut in a non-major event. One month after the Masters 2013 he made the cut at the Zurich Classic 2013 in New Orleans. Other prominent names in the top 5 list include Bob Panasik, Justin Thomas, and Matteo Manassero.

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