5 One-Hit Wonders of the 2012 PGA Season

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5 One-Hit Wonders of the 2012 PGA Season
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Kyle Stanley won the Waste Management Phoenix Open early in the year.

The PGA tour is filled with promise.

Every year, new golfers get their tour card, and that gives them a chance to play in some of the richest and most prestigious tournaments in the world.

Getting there is a big part of the battle, but the other part is competing and doing well. Some golfers struggle to make cuts, while others might do well one week and play poorly for the next four tournaments.

It's obviously difficult when you are competing with the best players in the world.

In this piece, we will look at golfers who won once on the PGA tour in 2012 and then did little else either before or after collecting that victory.

That does not mean these players won't be successful in future years, but the 2012 golf season was clearly a roller coaster year for these five golfers.

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