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Born: 1985-01-24, Guildford, England
Nationality: GBR
Height: 6' 0", Weight: 180lbs
Home: Weybridge, England
College: South Carolina
Turned Pro: 2006
Official World Golf Ranking: 175
Notes: Won the 2010 Madeira Islands Open in his maiden European Tour season, vindicating the decision he made as a teenager to choose a career in golf over professional cricket. Played in the same England Youth teams as Alastair Cook, Ravi Bopara and Tim Bresnan but switched to golf at the age of 16 and went from an 18 handicapper to scratch in less than a year. The following year, he accepted a scholarship to the University of South Carolina in America. Returned home to play fi...

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James Morrison

Won the 2010 Madeira Islands Open in his maiden European Tour season, vindicating the decision he made as a teenager to choose a career in golf over professional cricket. Played in the same England Youth teams as Alastair Cook, Ravi Bopara and Tim Bresnan but switched to golf at the age of 16 and went from an 18 handicapper to scratch in less than a year. The following year, he accepted a scholarship to the University of South Carolina in America. Returned home to play first on the EuroPro Tour and then on the Challenge Tour, having turned professional after the 2006 Qualifying School Final Stage. Finished 18th in the 2009 Challenge Tour Rankings to secure his place in the 2010 Race to Dubai alongside his friend and compatriot Ross McGowan, with whom he grew up in Surrey, England, and ended his debut campaign in 61st place, narrowly missing out on a place in the field at the lucrative season-ending Dubai World Championship presented by DP World.
Comfortably kept his card for three seasons following graduation, but endured a disappointing 2013 and could only finish 139th in The Race to Dubai. However, bounced straight back by claiming the 11th card at the Qualifying School, continued to improve in 2014 and won his second title in May 2015, at the Open de Espana. A steady final round 69 gave him a four shot victory at Real Club de Golf El Prat, making up for five years earlier, when he lost out to Alvaro Quiros in a play-off in Seville. Also had a 2nd at the Alstom Open de France which got him a spot into The Open Championship were he finished T-20th. Finished T-17th at the Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Match Play and was 85th in the World Rankings. Just 14 weeks earlier before his Open de Espana win was 290th in the rankings and at the start of the year was 361st in the rankings. Finished 2015 27th in the Race to Dubai standings.
2016 Notes: In his Open de Espana defense, finsihed T-4th. Was T-10th at the Irish Open and 4th again at the Lyoness Open.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 217, Cuts Made: 132 (61%), Top Tens: 23 (11%) , Rounds: 680, Scoring Avg: 71.40, Career Earnings: $4,829,518 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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