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Born: 1991-09-17, Seoul, South Korea
Nationality: KOR
Height: 6' 2, Weight: 210lbs
Home: Orlando, Fla.
College: University of California, Berkeley
Turned Pro: 2011
Joined PGA Tour: 2016
Official World Golf Ranking: 48
Notes: Born in Seoul, Republic of Korea, An is the son of Ahn Jae-Hyung and Jiao Zhimin, both of whom were table-tennis medalists in the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul. An moved to the United States in December 2005 to attend the David Leadbetter Golf Academy in Bradenton, Florida, where he was also known as Ben An. In August 2009, at age 17, An became the youngest-ever winner of the U.S. Amateur when he defeated Ben Martin, 7 & 5, in the 36-hole final at Southern Hills Country Cl...

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Byeong Hun An

Born in Seoul, Republic of Korea, An is the son of Ahn Jae-Hyung and Jiao Zhimin, both of whom were table-tennis medalists in the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul. An moved to the United States in December 2005 to attend the David Leadbetter Golf Academy in Bradenton, Florida, where he was also known as Ben An.
In August 2009, at age 17, An became the youngest-ever winner of the U.S. Amateur when he defeated Ben Martin, 7 & 5, in the 36-hole final at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Okla., surpassing the previous year's champion Danny Lee. He made his PGA Tour debut in March 2010 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, a week before playing in the Masters. An made the cut at the 2010 RBC Heritage and was one shot off the lead during the second round before finishing the tournament T-59th. At the 2010 U.S. Amateur at Chambers Bay, An became the first defending champion to advance to the semifinals since Tiger Woods in 1996. After An took a 3-up lead after nine holes, his opponent, David Chung, rallied to win, 1-up. He also played in the 2011 U.S. Amateur at Erin Hills, but withdrew after the first round of stroke play.
When An turned professional in 2011, he followed a piece of advice from Wally Uihlein, Titleist's Chief Executive, to play in Europe and earned a spot on the Challenge Tour via qualifying school.
2012 Notes: Played on the Challenge Tour, and through 18 events, finished in the money 11 times with two top-10s. His best finish was T-8th at the Allianz Open de Lyon, where he earned $17,665. He finished 82nd on the Order of Merit.
2013 Notes: Played on the Challenge Tour, and in 22 events, finished in the money 17 times with two top-10s. His best result was T-2nd at the Scottish Hydro Challenge. He earned $64,396 at the event and was ranked 25th on the Order of Merit.
2014 Notes: Played on the Challenge Tour, and in 21 events, won the Rolex Trophy and had eight top-10 finishes. He finished third on the Order of Merit with earnings of $120,107. An also played in eight European Tour events, with a best finish of T-18th at the Hong Kong Open.
2015 Notes: Earned his biggest victory to date at the BMW PGA Championship, with a tournament record 21-under-par total for a six-shot win. The victory moved him from 132nd to a then career-high 54th in the Official World Golf Ranking. It also helped open the doors for him to play the rest of the majors and WGC events. He added another victory at the Shinhan Donghae Open in September, then focused on the rest of the season on the European Tour. He had a good run in the Series final, finishing 4th at the Turkish Airlines Open, T-19th at the WGC-HSBC Champions and T-3rd at the BMW Masters. An closed the season with a T-4th at the DP World Tour Championship to finish seventh in the Race to Dubai, the third-highest showing by a rookie. He also earned the honor of being the first Korean to win the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year Award.
2016 Notes: Started the year by finishing 8th at the Nedbank Golf Challenge, then posted a T-5th result at Abu Dhabi and T-4th at the Dubai Desert Classic. Missed the cut at the Masters, but finished T-2nd at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, losing a playoff to Brian Stuard. Finished the year with a 3rd-place result at the KLM Open. Finished on the PGA Tour playing 14 events with two top-10s, earning $926,797, which placed 112th on the money list. Became eligible to play the rest of 2016 on the PGA Tour with his runner-up finish at New Orleans and was able to gain membership for 2017. Represented South Korea at the Olympics, where he finished T-11th in the 60-man field. Played in 16 events on the European Tour, with six top-10s, and finished 36th in the Race to Dubai.
2017 Notes: An played in 22 PGA Tour events making 17 cuts. He was in the top-ten 3 times, best finish, T-5th at the AT&T Byron Nelson, 6th at the Waste Management Phoenix Open and T-8th at the Wells Fargo Championship. Finished 102nd in the FedExCup race.
2018 Notes: Played in 24 PGA Tour events making 19 cuts with three top-ten finishes. Was 42nd in the final FedExCup standings. Was T-6th at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, T-5th at the Honda Classic 4 shots back of the playoff. Had his 2nd runner-up finish of his PGA Tour career (lost playoff at 2016 Zurich) at the Memorial when he lost a playoff to Bryson DeChambeau on the second hole. At the RBC Canadian Open, T-2nd to earn his second runner-up finish of the season. His last top-ten of the year was a T-8th in his home country at the Shinhan Donghae Open.
2019 Notes: Closed with rounds of 69-68 to finish T-10th at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, five shots behind champion Francesco Molinari. Shot a bogey-free 66 in the final round of the Valero Texas Open to finish T-7th. After shooting 72-70-71 at the Wells Fargo, An withdrew with a neck injury. An missed the cut at the PGA Championship, but finished T-16th at the U.S. Open and the neck seemed to be fine.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 159, Cuts Made: 118 (74%), Top Tens: 26 (16%) , Rounds: 534, Scoring Avg: 70.74, Career Earnings: $11,805,433 - Best Finish: BMW PGA (1st)
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