Luke Ryan List is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour.
List joined the Nationwide Tour in 2010. He recorded four top-10 finishes during his first two years on Tour. He finished 38th on the money list in 2011 and led the tour in eagles. List won his first professional event on April 29, 2012 at the South Georgia Classic on the Nationwide Tour. The following week, List had a chance to win the Stadion Classic at UGA when he held a one shot lead over Hudson Swafford heading to the final hole of the tournament. But he bogeyed the hole while Swafford birdied it, and List finished in a tie for second.
In 2012 he finished 4th on the Nationwide money list, and was promoted to the PGA Tour. In 2013, he finished 163rd in the FedEx Cup and lost his status. He also finished 1st in driving distance, with an average of 306.3 yards per drive for the season.
In 2014, he finished 119th on the Web.com Tour. However, he still retained status from his 2012 win, and finished 64th in 2015, earning a place in the Web.com Tour Finals. There he finished 22nd (excluding the regular season top 25) to narrowly earn a place on the PGA Tour for 2015–16.
In March 2018, List lost in a sudden-death playoff at the Honda Classic to Justin Thomas. He lost to birdie on the first extra hole, after missing the green in two to the right. This was, however, List's best result to date on the PGA Tour.
List finished T4 in the 2018 Safeway Open to start the 2018–2019 season strongly.
In January 2022, List won the Farmers Insurance Open. List came from behind with a final round six-under par 66. He then had to wait almost two hours for the leaders to finish. He tied Will Zalatoris and the two went to a playoff as the sun was setting. In the playoff, List hit his third shot on the par-5 18th hole to a foot and won the tournament with a birdie. It was List's first PGA Tour victory after 206 PGA Tour starts.
In October 2023, List won the Sanderson Farms Championship. List made a birdie on the first playoff hole to win a five-man playoff over Ludvig Aberg, Ben Griffin, Henrik Norlander and Scott Stallings.