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Golf: Lucas Herbert profile

Lucas Herbert is one of the rising stars of Australian and world golf, having claimed four victories across the DP World Tour and the PGA Tour, while he recently opted to join LIV Golf.

Having made his start as a professional on the PGA Tour of Australasia, Herbert moved on to the European Tour in 2018 and wasted little time in showing that he belonged with the best the game has to offer.

Herbert finished as runner-up at the Portugal Masters and inside the top three at the British Masters, before making his big breakthrough at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic in early 2020.

He defeated Christiaan Bezuidenhout in a play-off to secure his first win as a professional and backed that up on the DP World Tour with victories at the Irish Open in the summer of 2021 and then the ISPS Handa Championship in 2023.

Herbert also make his mark on the PGA Tour with victory at the Butterfield Bermuda Championship in October 2021, meaning he has shown that he can get the job done on both sides of the Atlantic.

In January 2024 Herbert decided to sign with the LIV Golf circuit and made his debut at the Mayakoba Invitational, where he finished in a tie for 21st place.

NameLucas Herbert
Born5th December 1995, Bendigo, Victoria
Height6ft 2in
Pro Wins4
Career Earnings$5.4m

List of PGA Tour wins

2021 - Butterfield Bermuda Championship

European Tour wins

2020 - Dubai Desert Classic
2021 - Irish Open
2023 - ISPS Handa Championship

Best major finishes

The Masters - Missed Cut (2022)
PGA Championship - T13 (2022)
US Open - T31 (2020)
The Open Championship - T15 (2022)

Where is Lucas Herbert from?

Lucas Herbert was born in Bendigo, Victoria and played his early golf at Neangar Park Golf Club and Commonwealth Golf Club.

As an amateur he came close to winning the Heritage Classic on the PGA Tour of Australasia in 2013, losing out in a play-off to David Bransdon, before he turned professional in late 2015.

Herbert currently lives in Peregian Beach on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland.

What are Lucas Herbert's career earnings?

According to the official DP World Tour website (, Herbert has won just over $5.4million to date.

He earned almost €500,000 from his victories at both the Dubai Desert Classic and the Irish Open, while also taking home €521,639 for finishing third at the Dubai Desert Classic earlier last year.

His one-shot victory at the Butterfield Bermuda Championship in 2021 earned him a massive reward of $1,170,000.

Who is Lucas Herbert's caddie?

Nick Pugh is the man on the bag for Herbert and he has a wealth of experience from previously caddying for the likes of Johannes Veerman, Jazz Janewattananond and Kurt Kitayama.

Pugh first caddied for the Aussie in 2019, with Craig Connelly and John Rawlings having previously carried the bag for Herbert.

What clubs does Lucas Herbert use?

Lucas Herbert uses TaylorMade clubs and was spotted using an all-new TP Black Truss Bandon TM1 putter a few months ago.

He has TaylorMade Stealth Plus woods in his bag, while his irons are TaylorMade P7TWs, which were originally designed for Tiger Woods, and Herbert usually opts not to carry a 5-iron.

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