Broke his PGA Tour duck at the age of 37 and at the 207th attempt in January, beating Will Zalatoris at the first play-off hole in the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines.
It came 18 years after he finished runner-up to Ryan Moore in the U.S Amateur championship, which gave him an invitation to the following year’s Masters.
List had a hole-in-one during the eve-of-tournament par three competition there and tied for 33rd place.
He had already qualified for the 2003 U.S Open at the age of 18, did the same in 2005 and appeared in the event again in 2007, having turned professional after earning all-American honours all four years at Vanderbilt University.
Had to wait until 2012 for a PGA Tour card and 11 years for his next major start. Tied with Justin Thomas for the 2018 Honda Classic, losing at the first extra hole, and then was joint third at the RBC Heritage as he reached the world top 50 and qualified for an Open debut at Carnoustie as one of the leading non-exempt players on the FedEx Cup standings.
Also played at Royal Portrush in 2019 after a sixth place finish in the PGA Championship.