Best in the U-30 Class?

ESPN explored in an article this week who is the best player on both sides of the pond who is under thirty years old. The question's importance may be to identify who will take over if Tiger's career ever were to peak and his winning ways would slow down. Te usual superstar names, such as Sergio Garcia and Adam Scott came up, as well as some lesser knowns such as two time winner in 2006 Ben Curtis. Considering the only U30 to win a major as of late is Geoff Ogilvy, it is very difficult to pick out the next big player who will establish himself. Garcia may not have what it takes to be "that" great, seeing his inability to hold himself together when in contention against the likes of Tiger. If El Nino calms himself with maturity, he likely has talent to be that player. Adam Scott finds himself near the top of the leaderboard ever week, but has yet to be a contender in the majors but has racked up many solid finishes. Curtis' career is starting to return, having won the British Open in his first major ever during his rookie season, Curtis did not contend until winning twice this year. A player not mentioned who I think has the talent to play with the big guys is Luke Donald. Donald's career has been steady as of yet and could easily be a breakout player.

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