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Official World Golf Ranking: 54
Born: Tue,Oct 8,1985 - Vienna, Austria
Age: 35y 8m 13d, Nationality: AT
Height: 6'2, Weight: 190lbs
Home: Oberwart, Austria
Turned Pro: 2006, Joined European Tour: 2009
Notes: Wiesberger, born in Vienna, Austria, won several amateur tournaments, but his love of skiing almost marred his career in 2003 when he broke his collarbone in an accident on the slopes. He recovered, though, and enjoyed a successful amateur career. Having been taught by his father, he showcased his potential by winning the Austrian Amateur Stroke Play Championship three years running, from 2004 before turning professional in 2006. He also won the Austrian Amateur Match Play Ch...

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Bernd Wiesberger

Wiesberger, born in Vienna, Austria, won several amateur tournaments, but his love of skiing almost marred his career in 2003 when he broke his collarbone in an accident on the slopes. He recovered, though, and enjoyed a successful amateur career. Having been taught by his father, he showcased his potential by winning the Austrian Amateur Stroke Play Championship three years running, from 2004 before turning professional in 2006. He also won the Austrian Amateur Match Play Championship in 2004 and the Austrian Youths Championship in 2004 and '05. He represented his country in the 2004 and '06 World Amateur Team Championship. Wiesberger played on the European Challenge Tour in 2007 and '08. He earned his European Tour card for the 2009 season through qualifying school. He did not win enough money during his rookie season to retain his card and returned to the Challenge Tour. Wiesberger won two events, the Allianz Golf Open de Lyon and the Allianz Golf Open du Grand Toulouse, en route to a 5th-place finish on the Order of Merit, good enough to secure a European Tour card for 2011.
2011 Notes: Wiesberger recorded four top-10 finishes in his return to the European Tour in 2011, including two runner-up results at the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles and South African Open. He finished 64th on the Order of Merit.
2012 Notes: Won for his first time on the European Tour in 2012 at the Ballantine's Championship. The victory moved him into the top-100 in the Official World Golf Ranking. In July, Wiesberger won his second title at the Lyoness Open, held in his home country of Austria. He started the final round four strokes behind Thorbjorn Olesen but shot a 7-under 65, including birdies on three of the last four holes, for a three-stroke win. He became only the second Austrian to win his home Open, after Markus Brier in 2006.
2013 Notes: Played in 25 events with six top-10s. His best finishes were 3rd at Nordea Masters and T-3rd at Portugal Masters. For the year, placed 27th in the Race to Dubai. Was just 1,668 euros short of a million euros in earnings. In May, he won the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters on the Asian Tour.
2014 Notes: After missing his first two cuts at Abu Dhabi and Qatar, he finished T-9th in Dubai. Best finish was runner-up at the Maybank Malaysian Open, finishing seven strokes behind winner Lee Westwood. He also was runner-up at the Lyoness Open, where he lost a playoff to Mikael Lundberg, who holed a 40-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole. Nevertheless, Wiesberger advanced from 69th in the Official World Golf Ranking to 60th and got a last-minute invitation to play at the U.S. Open. He didn't make the cut at Pinehurst or the British Open, but finished T-15th at the PGA Championship. He had one more top-10 in the fall, a 6th at the Italian Open, and finished the year 39th in the Race to Dubai.
2015 Notes: Had a great start to his year, finishing T-6th at the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship, 3rd at the Qatar Masters, T-4th at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, and runner-up at the Maybank Malaysian Open and the Dubai Duty-Free Irish Open. Topped it off with a victory at the Alstom Open de France. His next top-10 was T-4th at the Alfred Dunhill Links. Finished the year ranked 9th in the Race to Dubai.
2016 Notes: Earned his first top-10 of the year with a T-10th at the Lyoness Open. His next top-10 was a T-7th at the BMW International Open. Represented Austria at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, finishing T-11th in the 60-player field. Going into the KLM Open in September was ranked 37th in the Race to Dubai. Was runner-up at the KLM Open and 5th at the Porsche European Open, T-7th at the Alfred Dunhill Links and 2nd at the British Open. Entering the Final Series playoffs, climbed to 12th in the Race to Dubai. Had a 4th-place finish at the Turkish Airlines Open and then a T-4th at the DP World Tour Championship to finish 9th in the final Race to Dubai standings.
2017 Notes: Started the year with a T-4th finish at Abu Dhabi and finished 3rd at the Maybank Championship. Put together a good stretch in China in April, winning the Shenzhen International by defeating Tommy Fleetwood in a playoff, and the next week, finishing T-4th at the Volvo China Open, two strokes behind winner Alexander Levy. He was T-12th at The Players, T-30th at the BMW PGA Championship, T-15th at the Lyoness Open, and T-16th at the U.S. Open. He finished T-9th at both the KLM Open and the WGC-HSBC Champions. He ranked 14th in the Race to Dubai.
2018 Notes: Played in seven European Tour events. Best finish was a T-15th at the Abu Dhabi Championship. After playing in China, he hit a 3-wood in a corporate outing and felt a sharp pain in his left wrist. It was his last golf shot for seven months as he needed surgery and had to rehabilitate the wrist. During some of that time, he worked for Sky Sports. Made his return to golf at the end of the year.
2019 Notes: Played in 29 European Tour events, making 21 cuts with seven top-10s. Finished 3rd in the Race to Dubai. Played for the first time at the Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open, where he missed the cut. In fact, he missed the cut in six of his first 10 events. Things improved with a T-23rd finish at the Hero Indian Open. After a month off, was back in China, where he had a T-14th result. The comeback became complete when he won the Made in Denmark event, shooting a closing-round 66 to defeat Robert MacIntyre by a stroke. The next week, finished 8th at the Belgian Knockout. At the Dubai Duty-Free Irish Open, shot 65-66 over the weekend to finish T-2nd, two strokes behind winner Jon Rahm, a performance that earned a spot at Royal Portrush. With rounds of 67-61-65-69 at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open, he found himself tied for the lead and in a playoff with Benjamin Hebert. Won on the third extra hole for his second title of the year. Was 5th at the Porsche European Open, two strokes behind winner Paul Casey. Won for the third time in the year at the Italian Open, shooting 65 in the final round to edge Matthew Fitzpatrick by a stroke. Finished T-3rd at the Nedbank Golf Challenge, four strokes out of the Tommy Fleetwood/Marcus Kinhult playoff. Finished his year T-28th at the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai.
2020 Notes: Played in 15 European Tour events making 13 cuts with three top-tens. Was 51st in the Race to Dubai. Finished T-8th at the Abu Dhabi Championship. After the break for COVID-19, played in four events on the PGA Tour with his best finish a T-26th at the 3M Open. On the European Tour, he finished T-5th at the ISPS Handa UK Championship, two shots out of the Hojgaard/Walters playoff. Was T-8th at the Golf in Dubai Championship. Finished his year with a T-36th finish at the DP World Tour Championship.
2021 Notes: Returned to the United States for the November Masters finishing 58th. The next week was T-4th at The RSM Classic, two shots back of the Robert Streb/Kevin Kisner playoff. Was T-6th at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 295, Cuts Made: 216 (73%), Top Tens: 54 (18%) , Rounds: 993, Scoring Avg: 70.82, Career Earnings: $18,351,734 - Best Finish: 1st (8 times)
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