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Born: 1992-06-11, Epsom, Surrey, England
Nationality: GB
Height: 5'11", Weight: 195lbs
College: Louisiana State University
Official World Golf Ranking: 630
Notes: Has always enjoyed sport from an early age including tennis, ice hockey, cricket, basketball and golf. From the age of 12, focused more on my golf which became his primary sport. Joined Tyrrell?s Wood Golf Club at the age of 8 and progressed to Walton Heath Golf Club in 2005, which is still his home club today. A member of the Surrey Elite Squad and the England Elite team. In 2008 he attended Millfield School, where he was awarded a golf scholarship and obtained a BTE...

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Ben Taylor

Has always enjoyed sport from an early age including tennis, ice hockey, cricket, basketball and golf. From the age of 12, focused more on my golf which became his primary sport. Joined Tyrrell?s Wood Golf Club at the age of 8 and progressed to Walton Heath Golf Club in 2005, which is still his home club today.
A member of the Surrey Elite Squad and the England Elite team. In 2008 he attended Millfield School, where he was awarded a golf scholarship and obtained a BTEC in Sports Excellence.
Got a scholarship at Nova Southeastern University in Florida.
Established himself as one of the premier amateur golfers worldwide in his two seasons at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Earned the right to compete with the 10-man European team at the 2013 Palmer Cup, an annual Ryder Cup-style collegiate competition featuring the top players from the United States and Europe. Joined the European team in the 2013 Palmer Cup held at Wilmington Country Club in Wilmington, Delaware. Also competed internationally during the summer of 2012. Helped guide England to the 2012 European Challenge team championship. Also helped lead Europe to the 2012 Sir Michael Bonallack Trophy team title over the team from the Asia and Pacific region. Earned a spot on the Great Britain and Ireland squad that competed against Europe for the St. Andrews Trophy in 2012. A leader of the premier men?s golf program in the NCAA Division II ranks during his two seasons at Nova Southeastern University. Was a two-time NCAA Division II First-Team All-American in 2012 and 2013. Guided Nova Southeastern to the NCAA Division II national championship during his freshman season as the Sharks blanked Chico State with a 5-0 win in the national championship match at the Cardinal Club Golf Course in in Simpsonville, Kentucky. Won the NCAA Division II individual bronze medal as the third-place finisher in stroke play at the 2012 NCAA Division II Men?s Golf Championships. Honored for his performance as a freshman in 2011-12 as the Jack Nicklaus Award winner as the NCAA Division II Collegiate Player of the Year. A catalyst in the Sharks claiming the Sunshine State Conference team championship in 2012-13. Won back-to-back SSC Player of the Year honors in 2012 and 2013. Crowned the SSC individual champion during his freshman season in 2012. Captured the NCAA Division II Southeast Regional individual championship during his sophomore season in 2013. Won a total of five individual tournament titles in his two seasons at Nova Southeastern University. Won back-to-back titles at the Otter Invitational hosted by Cal State Monterey in the fall of 2011 and 2012. Also captured the individual crown at the Barry Buccaneer Invitational hosted by Barry University in the spring of 2013. Earned an impressive 16 top-five finishes and 19 top-10 finishes in his 23 tournament starts in his two seasons at Nova Southeastern University. Won bronze medals with third-place finishes in a pair of elite amateur championships in 2012 at the Jones Cup held in St. Simons Island, Georgia, and the Turkish Amateur Championship with a 72-hole score of 7-under par 281. Played at the 113th United States Amateur Championship held at The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts, in August 2013 prior to his arrival in Baton Rouge. T-88th place in a field of more than 300 players in stroke play qualifying at the 2013 U.S. Amateur Championship with a 36-hole score of 6-over par 146.
Played for two years on the LSU golf team after transferring from Nova Southeastern University of NCAA Division II prior to his junior season in 2013-14. A member of LSU?s five-man lineup that captured SEC and NCAA team championships during his senior season. Posted an impressive 4-1 record in five matches played at the NCAA Division I Men?s Golf Championships in 2014 and 2015. Led the Tigers to their fifth national championship in program history and their first since 1955 with a 4-1 win over the USC Trojans in the 2015 NCAA Championship Match. Posted a perfect 3-0 record in match play at the 2015 NCAA Championships to lead the Tigers to their first national title in 60 years. Owns the distinction as being the only player in college golf history to win an NCAA team championship at both the NCAA Division I and Division II levels. Also helped LSU win its 16th Southeastern Conference team title in program history and first in 28 years since 1987. Played in 19 tournaments in two seasons with the Tigers in 2013-14 and 2014-15. Earned five top-10 finishes and 11 top-20 finishes in his 19 starts with the Tigers. Posted a 72.36 scoring average in 58 rounds played during his stint with the LSU Tigers. Named a PING Honorable Mention All-American as a junior in 2013-14 ? Twice named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll in 2014 and 2015. Graduated from LSU in May 2015 with his degree in sport administration.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 85, Cuts Made: 44 (52%), Top Tens: 5 (6%) , Rounds: 259, Scoring Avg: 70.64, Career Earnings: $505,151 - Best Finish: Club Colombia (1st)
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