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Born: 1993-04-20, Rustenberg, South Africa
Nationality: ZAF
Height: 5'11", Weight: 145lbs
Home: Pretoria, South Africa
College: Texas
Turned Pro: 2013
Official World Golf Ranking: 69
Notes: Comes from a strong golfing background ? his father, Kevin, is an experienced Sunshine Tour player and the national coach for the South African amateur junior team, while his grandfather, Sam, also played for his country. Was earmarked as a future star early on during a stellar amateur career ? particularly in the American collegiate ranks where he was named the 2013 NCAA Freshman of the Year while representing the University of Texas. Known on the circuit for his super...

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Brandon Stone

Comes from a strong golfing background ? his father, Kevin, is an experienced Sunshine Tour player and the national coach for the South African amateur junior team, while his grandfather, Sam, also played for his country.
Was earmarked as a future star early on during a stellar amateur career ? particularly in the American collegiate ranks where he was named the 2013 NCAA Freshman of the Year while representing the University of Texas. Known on the circuit for his superior ball-striking, and Roope Kakko, having played with Stone on the way to winning the 2015 Madeira Islands Open, stated that he had ?Major-winning potential?.
Played on the Challenge Tour in 2014 and in 14 starts made the cut in 7, finished 80th on the Order of merit. In 2015 played in 18 Challenge Tour events making the cut in 13. He had 7 top-10s including runner-up in the Barclays Kenya Open and Gant Open. But his best finish was in the last start of 2015, he shot a final round 68 to finish 6th at the NBO Golf Classic and with the high finish ended up 14th in the Road to Oman rankings which got him a berth on the European Tour.
Fulfilled his early promise when he made his European Tour breakthrough early in 2016, winning the BMW SA Open. Produced four birdies in the last seven holes to triumph by two shots at Glendower Golf Club, and earned the congratulations of many of his compatriots on the 18th green. Counts Ernie Els as a close family friend and benefitted from some advice from the four-time Major winner during the season-ending NBO Golf Classic Grand Final.

Player Career Chart (for all results recorded on all Tours in GOLFstats)
Career at a Glance: Starts: 54, Cuts Made: 31 (57%), Top Tens: 10 (19%) , Rounds: 171, Scoring Avg: 71.26, Career Earnings: $1,245,567 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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