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Born: 1991-01-19, Southport, England
Nationality: GBR
Height: 5' 11, Weight: 170lbs
Home: Southport, England
Turned Pro: 2010
Joined PGA Tour: 2018
Joined European Tour: 2011
Official World Golf Ranking: 16
Notes: Fleetwood was born in Southport, Merseyside, in England. His distinguished amateur career included wins at the 2009 Scottish Amateur Stroke Play Championship and 2010 English Amateur. He also had runner-up finishes at the 2008 Amateur Championship conducted by The R&A, 2010 New South Wales Amateur, 2010 Spanish Amateur and 2010 European Amateur. He represented Great Britain and Ireland in the 2009 Walker Cup and reached No. 3 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking. In July 2010, ...

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Tommy Fleetwood

Fleetwood was born in Southport, Merseyside, in England. His distinguished amateur career included wins at the 2009 Scottish Amateur Stroke Play Championship and 2010 English Amateur. He also had runner-up finishes at the 2008 Amateur Championship conducted by The R&A, 2010 New South Wales Amateur, 2010 Spanish Amateur and 2010 European Amateur. He represented Great Britain and Ireland in the 2009 Walker Cup and reached No. 3 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking.
In July 2010, Fleetwood finished runner-up to Daniel Gaunt in the English Challenge on Europe's Challenge Tour. He won the English Amateur at the beginning of August and turned professional shortly afterward. Made his debut at the Czech Open on the European Tour, where he made the cut and finished T-67th. In September 2011, he claimed his first Challenge Tour win at the Kazakhstan Open, which secured his place on the European Tour for 2012.
2012 Notes: During his first season on the European Tour, he retained his playing rights with a T-6th at the South African Open during his last tournament of the season. He finished the year 106th in the Race to Dubai, with earnings of euro $203,699.
2013 Notes: With one top-10 to start the year (T-9th at Avantha Masters), Fleetwood won his first European Tour title in August at the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles. He was victorious in a three-man, sudden-death playoff with a birdie on the first extra hole to defeat Stephen Gallacher and Ricardo Gonzalez. He then finished 26th in the Race to Dubai with euro $1,007,872.
2014 Notes: Started the year with a T-3rd at the Volvo Golf Champions. Had a 2nd-place finish at Volvo China Open, followed the next week with a T-8th at the Championship at Laguna National. In the fall, he put together back-to-back runner-up results at the Handa Wales Open and Alfred Dunhill Links. He had seven top-10 finishes and placed 19th in the Race to Dubai.
2015 Notes: Played 29 events and made 24 cuts, achieving four top-10s. Finished 3rd at the Shenzhen International and T-5th at the WGC-Cadillac Match Play, where he lost to Danny Willett in the quarterfinals. He was T-6th at the BMW PGA Championship and T-10th at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open. Finished 24th in the Race to Dubai.
2016 Notes: Played 27 events and made 21 cuts. He had five top-10s, with his best finish a T-4th at the British Masters. He finished 41st in the Race to Dubai.
2017 Notes: Jumped out to a great start with a T-3rd at the UBS Hong Kong Open, finishing two strokes behind champion Sam Brazel. Making his second start of the season at the Abu Dhabi Championship, he celebrated his 26th birthday with an opening-round, five-under 67. He played a strong second nine on a windy day to win in the final round, defeating Dustin Johnson and Pablo Larrazabal by one stroke. The win put him on top of the Race to Dubai standings. At the WGC-Mexico Championship, Fleetwood fired a final-round 66 that included a birdie at the last hole to secure 2nd place. The performance gave him his largest check ever ($1,045,000) and 315 non-member FedExCup points, leaving him four points short of seeking Special Temporary Membership of the PGA Tour. With a T-10th finish at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, he got the points needed and earned the temporary membership for the remainder of 2017. He added another runner-up finish at the Shenzhen International. He then put together a good stretch, starting with a 4th-place finish at the U.S. Open, where he carded a final-round 72 to finish five strokes behind Brooks Koepka. The next week, he finished T-6th at the BMW International, and the following week shot a final-round 66 at the HNA Open de France to defeat Peter Uihlein by a stroke. He wasn't done, though. The next week, he finished T-10th at the Irish Open. Took a week off before playing in his hometown of Southport for the British Open, finishing T-27th. Had two more top-10s, a 6th at the Italian Open and a T-10th at the Nedbank Golf Challenge. By the time he got to the DP World Tour Championship, he had the Race to Dubai just about wrapped up, and he nailed down the feat with a T-21st finish in Dubai. His prize money for the year was euro $4,316,558. Ended 2017 with a T-3rd in the Bahamas at the Hero World Challenge.
2018 Notes: Played 19 European Tour events, making 18 cuts, and finished with eight top-10 finishes. Was 3rd in the Race to Dubai. Played 19 PGA Tour events and made 18 cuts with six top-10s. Earned a spot on the PGA Tour and, in his first year, finished 19th in the FedExCup standings. As in 2017, Fleetwood started strong with a 6th-place finish at the USB Hong Kong Open and then was able to defend his title at Abu Dhabi, this time by two strokes over Ross Fisher. Finished T-6th the next week at the Dubai Desert Classic and 4th at the Honda Classic. Was T-7th at The Players Championship. At the U.S. Open, he shot a final-round 63 and finished 2nd, one stroke behind winner Brooks Koepka. Was T-12th at the British Open and T-6th the next week at the RBC Canadian Open. Played in all four FedExCup playoff events. His best finish was T-8th at the BMW Championship. He earned his first spot on the European Ryder Cup team and won four out of five matches. Partnered with Francesco Molinari to win all four Four-Ball and Foursomes matches (Tiger Woods was in three of the four wins), but lost to Tony Finau in the singles, 6 & 4. In the fall portion of the European Tour, he finished T-2nd at the Alfred Dunhill Links, one stroke behind winner Lucas Bjerregaard. Also had top-10 results at the Sky Sports British Masters (T-9th), WGC-HSBC Champions (T-7th), and Turkish Airlines Open (T-7th).
2019 Notes: Played in 18 European Tour events, making 18 cuts with seven top-10 finishes. Played in 18 PGA Tour events, making 18 cuts with six top-10 finishes. Finished T-3rd at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, three strokes behind winner Francesco Molinari. Held a share of the 18- and 36-hole leads at The Players. Was in the final group on Sunday, but shot 73 to finish T-5th, three strokes behind winner Rory McIlroy. Teamed with Sergio Garcia at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans to finish 2nd, three strokes behind winners Jon Rahm and Ryan Palmer.
Returned to Europe for the Betfred British Masters where he finished T-8th. He was in the running going into the final round, but shot 73. At the British Open, he claimed 2nd place, six shots behind winner Shane Lowry. Returned to America to finish T-4th at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational. Played all three FedExCup playoff events: T-43rd at Northern Trust, T-11th at BMW Championship and T-13th at the Tour Championship. Ranked 16th in the final FedExCup standings. Returned to Europe for the fall events and was T-8th at the Omega European Masters and T-5th at the Alfred Dunhill Links. Won the Nedbank Golf Challenge, defeating Marcus Kinhult in a playoff. Was 2nd at the DP World Tour Championship Dubai, a stroke behind winner Jon Rahm. Fleetwood finished 2nd in the Race to Dubai.
2020 Notes: Played in 11 PGA Tour events, making nine cuts with one top-10 finish. Was 92nd in the FedExCup standings. Started his season T-2nd at the Abu Dhabi Championship, two strokes behind winner Lee Westwood. Was 3rd at the Honda Classic, two strokes behind Sungjae Im. After the Players Championship, he returned to England and spent the break with his family. He returned to America and quarantined for two weeks in the Hamptons of New York and, during the time, was able to play Shinnecock, The National Golf Links of America and Friar's Head. In his first start after the break, he missed the cut at the 3M Open. Ended his PGA Tour season at the first FedExCup playoff event, with a T-44th finish at the Northern Trust. Returned to Europe and was T-3rd at the Portugal Masters, three strokes behind winner George Coetzee. Finished 2nd at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open, losing a playoff to Aaron Rai when Fleetwood bogeyed the first extra hole. The next week, he was T-13th at the BMW PGA Championship.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 265, Cuts Made: 207 (78%), Top Tens: 63 (24%) , Rounds: 911, Scoring Avg: 70.39, Career Earnings: $27,532,946 - Best Finish: 1st (5 times)
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