The best cold weather golfers are Alex Noren, Brooks Koepka, Jon Rahm, Collin Morikawa, Xander Schauffele, Justin Rose and more.

The PGA Tour, known for organizing renowned golf competitions, has a team of highly skilled players who have shown their capacity to deal with bad weather.

The best wind players on pga tour golfers have shown talents that make them stand out in windy conditions. As the PGA Tour's 2023 season progresses, outstanding golfers like Alex Noren, Brooks Koepa, and other golfers continue to show their talent in lousy situations.

The best PGA Golfers in bad weather are:

  • Tiger Woods
  • Justin Thomas
  • Rory McIlroy
  • Dustin Johnson 
  • Matthew Fitzpatrick
  • Tommy Fleetwood
  • Adam Scott
  • Tyrrell Hatton

Alex Noren

Swedish professional golfer Alex Noren plays on the PGA Tour and the European Tour. Alex won the 2018 European Ryder Cup team. 

He was in a strong position to win a fourth European Tour championship of the year after the weather impacted the second day of the Nedbank Gold Challenge in 2016. 

Also in 2017, he surpassed the rain in style to win the BMW PGA title with a record 62.

Alex during his sponsorship deal presentation with Hublot.
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Alex Noren is one of the best bad-weather golfers in 2023 who was invited to the 2023 Masters Tournaments. 

Started his professional golf career in 2005. Noren has won ten tournaments on the European Tour. When he tied for third at the 3M Open in Blaine, Minnesota, on July 26, 2020, it was his best PGA Tour performance over two years.

Collin Morikawa

Collin Morikawa, 26 is the top-ranked golfer in the World Amateur Golf Ranking. Collin has a total of five PGA Tour wins. 

He climbed to a tie for fourth at the Masters 2023 despite heavy rain and falling trees. After 36 holes, he had scored a second consecutive 3-under 69 to sit at minus-6.

Collin holding Champion Golfer of the Year Trophy at Royal St George's Golf Club on July 19, 2021.
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Morikawa made his professional debut at the 2019 RBC Canadian Open and tied for 14th place. Then, at the Barracuda Championship, he defeated Troy Merritt by three strokes to claim his first PGA Tour victory.

In January 2023, Morikawa had a six-shot advantage after 54 holes at the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

Xander Schauffele

Xander Schauffele is a PGA Tour golfer with a gold medal in the 2020 Summer Olympics.

In 2021, with a record-tying 63, he overcame a weather delay to take the Olympic lead. After suffering a back injury in the second round at The Plantation Course at Kapalua, Xander withdrew from the 2023 Tournament of Champions.

Xander during the PGA Championship 2023 at Oak Hill on May 17, 2023.
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Schauffele is one of the best bad-condition golfers in 2023 who made his PGA debut during the CareerBuilder Challenge in La Quinta, California.

He improved 267 positions from his 2016 year-end rank of 299 to 32nd in the 2017 season of the Official World Golf Ranking. Schauffele signed up as an associate member for the 2018 European Tour.

He improved the European Tour's Order of Merit with his victory at the 2018 WGC-HSBC Champions. Also, he competed at the Whistling Straits Ryder Cup in Kohler in 2021.

Brooks Koepka

PGA Championship star Brooks Koepka plays in the LIVE Golf tour. Brooks has won back-to-back US Open. 

During the Masters 2023, he led the play but the game was suspended due to heavy rainfall. Kopeka was happy that officials paused play despite the continual breakup in the game.

After the game was suspended due to the lousy weather at Augusta National, the LIV golfer said he was relieved and continued showing his brilliance.

Brooks is happy to take the trophy in Orlando.
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Koepka won his first professional title in Erin Hills, Wisconsin at the U.S. Open in 2017. He began his professional career on the European Challenge Tour before moving on to the European Tour.

Jon Rahm

The first Spanish golfer to win U.S. Open, Jon Rahm is the number one in the World Golf Ranking. John played college golf at Arizona State University.

In challenging morning conditions at the 2023 Masters, Jon cut Brooks Koepka's lead to two shots. As the plays were suspended in Georgia as the terrible weather he was just chipped onto the green at the seventh hole. 

Jon holding the BMW Championship trophy on August 31, 2020.
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Rahm is one of the best bad-weather golfers in 2023 who won the Master competition and his second major by four shots over Koepka and Phil Mickelson.

He began 2022 in Hawaii's Kapalua Resort's Sentry Tournament of Champions, where he played four rounds at 33 under par, including a 61 in the third.

Rahm won the Sentry Tournament of Champions by two strokes over Collin Morikawa after shooting a final round 63 to start 2023. 

Tiger Woods

The 47 years professional American golfer Tiger Woods holds numerous golf records. Tiger has won a total of 18 World Golf Championships. 

Rain and pain don't stop Woods from playing two more rounds because he loves the Masters. After playing in rainy conditions in Augusta, he came in just on the cut line.

He had little chance of making the cut after consecutive bogeys on holes 17 and 18, which forced play to be suspended due to rain.

Tiger(right) with John Rahm as John won Genesis Invitational trophy.
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World Golf Hall of Famer has been in weird weather situations throughout his career. Greatest golfer of all time (arguably), he has won 15 professional major golf championships.

He won the Presidential Medal of Freedom from former president Donald Trump in May 2019, with his victory at the 2019 Masters Tournament.

Matt Fitzpatrick

Matt Fitzpatrick is a professional golfer who turned pro after the 2014 U.S. Open. Matt won RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links in 2023. 

It was so windy during the 2021 Butterfield Bermuda Championship that Matt claimed he was scared of an 18-inch putt. Also, he talked about his final two putts on the ninth hole at Port Royal Golf Club following his most persevering effort.

Matt holding US Open trophy on December 26, 2022.
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He participated in the 2014 European Tour Qualifying School in November 2014, placing 11th overall and earning a spot on the 2015 European Tour.

He defeated eventual Race to Dubai champion Lee Westwood by one shot in December 2020 to win his second DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.

Defeating Jordan Speith in the playoff, he won the 2023 RBC Heritage. 

Tommy Fleetwood

The 32 years old professional golfer Tommy Fleetwood plays on PGA Tour and European Tour. Tommy started his professional golf career in 2010 at Czech Open on the European Tour. 

He won the 49th Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass in 2021 with a remarkable six-under-par round of 66.

At Florida's Stadium Course's opening round, welcomed with lightning and heavy rain, Fleetwood survived the storm with seven birdies. On the day cut short by a thunderstorm, Tom Hoge joined him at the top of the scoreboard.

Playing golf professionally, he started his 2018 by defeating Ross Fisher by two strokes in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. He placed second in the 2019 Open Championship at the Royal Portrush Golf Club in Northern Ireland. 

Justin Rose

Justin Rose, a professional golfer finished fourth place at the 1998 Open Championship. Justin is the first runner-up at the 2017 Masters. 

It was horrific weather during Pebble Beach 2023 though Justin took the lead to get back as he won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am ending a four-year winless run. He defeated Brendon Todd and Brandon Wu by three shots with a final-round score 66.

Justin supporting his friend in an effort to raise fund for Ukraine impacted war on June 1, 2022.
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In 2010, he finished third at the Honda Classic before making his professional debut by winning the Memorial Tournament by three strokes over Rickie Fowler.

Rose participated in the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral Golf Resort & Spa in 2012 as a World Golf Championship player.