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Official World Golf Ranking: 71
Born: Tue,Jun 5,1990 - Johannesburg, South Africa
Age: 30y 10m 17d, Nationality: ZAF
Height: 6' 2, Weight: 180lbs
Home: Austin, Texas
College: Texas
Turned Pro: 2012, Joined PGA Tour: 2019, Joined European Tour: 2012
Notes: Frittelli played college golf at the University of Texas, where Jordan Spieth was a teammate. Frittelli won the decisive match to lead his team to victory at the 2012 NCAA Championship. He turned professional after that victory and played in seven European Tour events via sponsors exemptions for the rest of 2012. Made the cut in just two events, T-33rd at the BMW International Open and T-46th at the BMW Italian Open. 2013 Notes: Started the season on the European Challenge ...

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Dylan Frittelli

Frittelli played college golf at the University of Texas, where Jordan Spieth was a teammate. Frittelli won the decisive match to lead his team to victory at the 2012 NCAA Championship.
He turned professional after that victory and played in seven European Tour events via sponsors exemptions for the rest of 2012. Made the cut in just two events, T-33rd at the BMW International Open and T-46th at the BMW Italian Open.
2013 Notes: Started the season on the European Challenge Tour. In his first start, finished T-7th at the Barclays Kenya Open. A couple of weeks later, stayed in Africa to play on the Sunshine Tour and was 2nd at the Telkom PGA Championship, a stroke behind winner Jaco Van Zyl. On the Challenge Tour, won his first title at the Karnten Golf Open in June. Even with the win and two other top-10s in 20 starts on the Challenge Tour, made only 11 cuts and finished 32nd in the Road to Oman.
2014 Notes: Played in 14 events and made three cuts. Best finish was T-22nd at the Aegean Airlines Challenge Tour.
2015 Notes: Frittelli's performances in early 2013 lifted him into the world's top-300 but his next two years cost him, dropping him to 926. He showed a return to form despite losing a playoff to Nathan Holman at the Australian PGA Championship in his last start of 2015 (counted on the European Tour for 2016). However, he made only six starts on the Challenge Tour and played in 11 African events, cracking the top-10 just once with a T-10th at the Tshwane Open.
2016 Notes: Enjoyed a successful year with a 2nd-place result at the Golden Pilsener Zimbabwe Open, a T-2nd at the Tayto Northern Ireland Open, and a second win on the Challenge Tour in the Rolex Trophy. In 18 European Challenge Tour events, he made 15 cuts with nine top-10 finishes to rank 8th in the Road to Oman with euro 120,892 in earnings. On the European Tour, was credited with 10 starts and seven made cuts. His runner-up finish at the Australian PGA Championship counted in the Race to Dubai. The check for euro106,056 was his biggest to date and was euro14,000 less than he made the whole season on the Challenge Tour. Frittelli finished 128th in the Race to Dubai with euro188,274.
2017 Notes: After a slow start to his year, finished T-2nd at the Eye of Africa PGA Championship and T-8th at the Dimension Data Pro-Am, both Sunshine Tour events. He put together a good two-week stretch in China, finishing T-5th at the Shenzhen International and then falling short in a playoff to Alexander Levy at the Volvo China Open. Being winless on the European Tour was short-lived as he captured the Lyoness Open title by a stroke over three players. After that, didn't have a top-10 until he reached the playoffs, and ranked 39th in the Race to Dubai. Finished T-2nd at the Turkish Airlines Open, and with his T-4th finish at the DP World Tour Championship, finished his first complete year on the European Tour in 19th place in the Race to Dubai. Earned euro1,594,984 for the year.
2018 Notes: Played in 20 European Tour events, making all 20 cuts with four top-10 finishes. Was 36th in the Race to Dubai. Celebrated being named 2017's Graduate of the Year (for players who graduated from the Challenge Tour the previous year) in style by winning the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open title later that week, defeating Arjun Atwal in a playoff. Also collected top-10s with a T-6th at the Dubai Classic and T-5th at the Maybank Championship. Played in his first PGA Tour event at the Honda Classic and finished 11th, shooting 67-69 over the weekend. Frittelli ended 2017 53rd in the Official World Golf Ranking, and with his good play, was able to climb into the top-50 (47th) to get into the Masters, which was his first major championship. He missed the cut at the Masters, though. Also got into the U.S. Open by being 58th in the World Ranking after the Players Championship. He missed the cut at the U.S. Open and British Open, then finished T-31st at the PGA Championship. In a bid to gain a PGA Tour card for 2019, he played in the Korn Ferry Tour playoffs, finishing T-9th at the Albertsons Boise Open. His 36th-place standing in the priority rankings got him on the PGA Tour for 2019. Ended his European Tour season with a T-7th at the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai.
2019 Notes: Played full time on the PGA Tour and in 24 events made 17 cuts with one top-10 result. He finished T-5th in attempting to defend his title at the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open. After playing in the South African events in December, he focused on the PGA Tour. In 2019, his first top-20 on the Tour was a T-18th at the Corales Puntacana Resort. His first PGA Tour win came at the John Deere Classic, where he shot a final-round 64 to defeat Russell Henley by two strokes. The win earned entry into the British Open at Royal Portrush, where he finished T-32nd. Played in two FedExCup playoff events: T-43rd at the Northern Trust and T-52nd at the BMW Championship. Was 63rd in the final FedExCup standings.
2020 Notes: Played in 24 PGA Tour events, making 17 cuts with three top-10 finishes. Was 69th in the FedExCup standings. In his first start of the season, he finished T-6th at the Sanderson Farms Championship, three strokes behind winner Sebastian Munoz. The next week, he had a T-7th result at the Safeway Open. Didn't have another top-10 performance until after the COVID-19 break, when he finished T-8th at the RBC Heritage. In the FedExCup playoffs, he missed the cut at the Northern Trust and finished T-33rd at the BMW Championship. For the season, he had nine top-25 finishes.
2021 Notes: Finished T-11th at the Zozo Championship @ Sherwood. At the Masters was co-leader after a 65 in the first round and finished T-5th at the Masters, his first career top-25 in a major. He was nine shots back of winner Dustin Johnson. At the WGC-Dell Technologies Match play finished T-9th losing in the round of 16 to Tommy Fleetwood 4 & 3.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 164, Cuts Made: 104 (63%), Top Tens: 20 (12%) , Rounds: 522, Scoring Avg: 70.63, Career Earnings: $7,948,853 - Best Finish: 1st (3 times)
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