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Born: 1989-09-14, Salt Lake City, Utah
Nationality: USA
Height: 6'4", Weight: 200lbs
Home: Lehi, Utah
Turned Pro: 2007
Joined PGA Tour: 2015
Official World Golf Ranking: 67
Notes: Finau was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has four brothers and two sisters. Of Tongan and American Samoan descent, Finau is the first person of such ancestry to play on the PGA Tour. He was a two-time medalist in the Utah state high school championship and a member of the 2006 state championship team. He was also a first-team All-State selection four times and won the Junior World Golf Championship in 2002. He also played center on the basketball team and helped his ...

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Tony Finau

Finau was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has four brothers and two sisters. Of Tongan and American Samoan descent, Finau is the first person of such ancestry to play on the PGA Tour. He was a two-time medalist in the Utah state high school championship and a member of the 2006 state championship team. He was also a first-team All-State selection four times and won the Junior World Golf Championship in 2002.
He also played center on the basketball team and helped his team reach the state tournament his junior and senior seasons, averaging 11 rebounds per game as a senior. He chose to not pursue basketball and concentrated on golf instead. His sister, Kaylene, played on the College of Southern Idaho National Junior College Athletic Association volleyball championship team in 2006.
His brother, Gipper, is the youngest player to make a Web.com Tour cut, doing so at age 16 years, 20 days in Utah in 2006 (T-58th). His cousin is the Milwaukee Bucks' Jabari Parker.
Finau won the Utah State Amateur Championship in 2006, defeating future PGA Tour player Daniel Summerhays in the 36-hole championship match. He was named the 2007 Athlete of the Year at West High School, the same high school as 1926 U.S. Amateur champion and five-time PGA Tour winner George Von Elm. Finau turned professional out of high school at age 17 in 2007, turning down college scholarship offers to play basketball. He finished second on Golf Channel's "Big Break Disney."
He also began playing on mini-tours including the Gateway Tour, NGA Hooters Tour, and National Pro Tour. At age 17, he played in his first Web.Com tour event missing the cut at the 2007 Utah EnergySolutions Championship. Also, in the same year, he played and missed the cut at the KLM Open and Scandinavian Masters, both on the European Tour. During his first PGA Tour event, at age 18, he missed the cut at the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee.
2013 Notes: He played on the PGA Tour Canada, making seven cuts in eight starts. His best finish was T-5th at the ATB Financial Classic. At the end of the year, he went to the Web.Com Tour Qualifying tournament and got his card with six rounds in the 60s and a T-3rd finish.
2014 Notes: He had a successful year on the Web.Com Tour, finishing eighth on the money list and 12th in the Web.Com Tour finals, which earned him a card on the PGA Tour.
2014 Web.com Summary: tournaments entered - 23; rounds played - 82; in money - 19; top-10 finishes - five; scoring average - 69.43 (ranked ninth); money - $254,315 (ranked 8th); best finish, won the Stonebrae Classic.
2015 Notes: First year on the PGA Tour and he started it with a T-12th at Frys.Com Open and T-7th at Shriners Hospitals. He also had a T-7th at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba to finish the fall portion of the tour and had top-10s at the AT&T Byron Nelson, T-10th, and a T-8th at the Memorial. Played in his first major at the U.S. Open and finished T-14th at Chambers Bay, going into the weekend in contention only to shot 74-71. Finished the year 43rd in the FedExCup rankings and 40th on the money list.
2016 Notes: Had a 9th at the CIMB Classic. Playing in the Puerto Rico Open for the first time, he overcame a one-shot deficit in the final round with a 2-under 70 to force sudden death with Steve Marino. Won with a birdie on the third playoff hole. Finau's win snapped a stretch of disappointing performances leading up to Puerto Rico, defined by five missed cuts in his previous seven starts. Since then best finish was T-11th at the Memorial.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 110, Cuts Made: 77 (70%), Top Tens: 16 (15%) , Rounds: 366, Scoring Avg: 70.19, Career Earnings: $5,728,304 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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