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Born: 1982-12-12, Scottsbluff, Neb.
Nationality: USA
Height: 6'1, Weight: 190lbs
Home: Scottsdale, Az.
College: Arizona
Turned Pro: 2005
Joined PGA Tour: 2018
Official World Golf Ranking: 87
Notes: Got his start in golf from his dad at the age of 8, his parents were avid golfers. He played college golf at the University of Arizona. During his junior year, his parents and girlfriend died in a plane crash in Wyoming while flying from Sunriver, Oregon to Nebraska, after they had watched Lashley compete in the NCAA West Regional. The tragedy was a part of his life for many years. Lashley did other things after college like work as a real estate agent. Lashley turned pr...

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Nate Lashley

Got his start in golf from his dad at the age of 8, his parents were avid golfers. He played college golf at the University of Arizona. During his junior year, his parents and girlfriend died in a plane crash in Wyoming while flying from Sunriver, Oregon to Nebraska, after they had watched Lashley compete in the NCAA West Regional. The tragedy was a part of his life for many years. Lashley did other things after college like work as a real estate agent.
Lashley turned professional after graduating in 2005 and set off on the nomadic life of mini-tours. He won the 2009 Utah Open, the 2010 and 2011 Waterloo Opens and the 2015 Utah Open. He played on the Korn Ferry Tour in 2006 but made only two cuts in 14 events. Lashley bounced around the world for almost 12 years playing mini-tours and selling real estate before qualifying for the PGA Tour Latinoamerica in 2015.
2015 Notes: He played in 17 Latinoamerica events, making 13 cuts with five top-10 finishes. He finished T-3rd at the season-opening Avianca Colombia Open, where he posted a 7-under 65 in the third round. After missing the cut at the Mazatlan Open, he finished 4th at the Abierto OSDE del Centro playing in Sunday's last group for the second time in three starts. He was a T-4th at the Lexus Panama Classic. He had another 3rd-place finish at the Mundo Maya Open when he shot 66-66 on the weekend to finish three shots back of winner Nicholas Lindheim. He completed his first year 8th in the Order of Merit with $58,318.
2016 Notes: Had an incredible 2nd year on the Latinoamerica Tour, he played in 12 events, making the cut in 10 with seven top-10 finishes. The first came at the Abierto Mexicano de Golf, after opening with a first-round 63 he shot 74-67-66 to finish T-4th and two shots off the Vazquez/Nunez playoff. In his 4th start of the year, he won the San Luis Championship on the second hole of a four-man playoff. To get into the playoff, Lashley birdied his last three holes. The next week he was again in the winners' circle at the Copa Diners Club, this time he birdied 2 of his final 4 holes for a two-stroke win. Lashley would have another shot at victory at the VISA Open de Argentina but lost in a playoff to Kent Bulle. The next week he won the Shell Championship by 10 shots. The victory earned him the Roberto De Vicenzo award, he also was the winner of the Order of Merit with $140,897, won Player of the Year honors and most importantly gain full exempt status on the Korn Ferry Tour for 2017. Lashley did play the second half of the Korn Ferry Tour, he competed in 12 events, making 8 cuts with one top-ten, a T-9th at the LECOM Health Challenge. He was 105th on the money list with $39,977.
2017 Korn Ferry Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 24; Rounds Played - 84; in money - 19; top -10 Finishes - 5; Scoring Average - 69.68 (rank 14th); Season money $252,160 (rank 11th); Finals Money $22,326 (52nd), Priority rank (22nd); Best finish: Won the Corales Puntacana Resort by one shot over Augusto Nunez. Also had a T-3rd finish at the Ellie Mae Classic, he was three shots back of winner Martin Piller. Secured his PGA Tour card for 2018 with an 11th-place finish on the Korn Ferry Tour regular-season money list. Before the season opener in the Bahamas, Lashley tore the meniscus in his right knee. Despite the pain played in the first four events, he waited for the tour's four-week break to have surgery.
2018 Notes: Played in 17 PGA Tour events making 8 cuts. Best finish was T-15th at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans with partner Rob Oppenheim. His best individual finish was T-18th at the Houston Open. His season was cut short due to a knee injury which required surgery.
2019 Notes: His knee was healed and he started in the first event of the year, finishing T-17th at the Safeway Open. With rounds of 68-68-69, he was the co-leader of the Puerto Rico Open but shot 73 in the final round to drop back into a T-8th, four shots back of winner Martin Trainer. After being the last player to get into the field (third alternate), won the inaugural Rocket Mortgage Classic by 6 shots over Doc Redman to earn first PGA Tour victory in wire-to-wire fashion. Became the first alternate to win on the PGA Tour since Vaughn Taylor at the 2016 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Failed to advance from the Monday Qualifier and got in as an alternate when David Berganio, Jr. withdrew on Wednesday. Was 36 years, 6 months and 18 days old and won on his 33rd PGA Tour start.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 101, Cuts Made: 57 (56%), Top Tens: 10 (10%) , Rounds: 305, Scoring Avg: 70.15, Career Earnings: $3,051,639 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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