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Born: 1987-07-22, Tranas, Sweden
Nationality: SWE
Height: 5'7", Weight: 175lbs
Home: Jacksonville Beach, Fla.
College: Arkansas
Turned Pro: 2010
Joined PGA Tour: 2013
Official World Golf Ranking: 736
Notes: Lingmerth started to play golf at age 9. After winning the Swedish Championship in ice hockey for boys at 15, he decided to dedicate his time to becoming a better golfer. His progress allowed him to get a scholarship to University of West Florida (NCAA Division II) in Pensacola, Fla. He would later transfer to the University of Arkansas. He finished his collegiate career at Arkansas in the spring of 2010, and later that fall advanced to the final stage of PGA Tour Q-schoo...

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David Lingmerth

Lingmerth started to play golf at age 9. After winning the Swedish Championship in ice hockey for boys at 15, he decided to dedicate his time to becoming a better golfer. His progress allowed him to get a scholarship to University of West Florida (NCAA Division II) in Pensacola, Fla. He would later transfer to the University of Arkansas. He finished his collegiate career at Arkansas in the spring of 2010, and later that fall advanced to the final stage of PGA Tour Q-school, missing out on his Tour card by 5 shots. His T-59th finish got him full status on the Web.com Tour for the 2011 season.
His uncle, Goran Lingmerth, played for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League.
2011 Notes: Played on the Web.com Tour. He had some success with two 3rd-place finishes and five top-10s, but missed out on earning his PGA Tour card by two spots on the season-ending money list, finishing 27th. He also played in PGA Tour Qualifying School in a move to try and earn playing privileges, but finished T-115th.
2012 Notes: Lost a playoff in the United Leasing Championship, but won his first event on the Web.com Tour, the Neediest Kids Championship, in October, finishing a stroke ahead of Casey Wittenberg. Lingmerth ended the season ranked 10th on the money list, which earned him his PGA Tour card for the 2013 season.
2013 Notes: In his second career start on the PGA Tour, Lingmerth finished as a joint runner-up at the Humana Challenge after losing in a three-man playoff. He shot a 10-under-par round of 62 in the final round to get into the playoff with Brian Gay and Charles Howell III. Was eliminated on the first extra hole after finding the water with his second shot on the par-5 18th hole. Coming off five consecutive missed cuts, made the most of home-field advantage in his first start at The Players Championship. Went from T-10th (4 under par) to T-6th (8 under), to a share of the lead (11 under) after 54 holes before an even-par 72 resulted in a T-2nd with Kevin Streelman and Jeff Maggert, two shots behind winner Tiger Woods. The performance set a new mark for best finish in The Players Championship by a rookie, previously a T-3rd held by Fulton Allem (1988) and Camilo Villegas (2003). Finished the year 75th in the FedExCup standings and 46th on the money list.
2014 Notes: Played in 26 PGA Tour events, making 14 cuts and recording two top-10s. Posted four par-or-better rounds at PGA National for a T-8th finish. Making his 40th Tour start, finished T-5th at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. Closed the tournament with matching weekend rounds of 4-under 66. Had come to Fort Worth having missed his last five cuts. At the Wyndham Championship, was 122nd in the FedExCup standings and shot a first-round 67, but over the next three rounds was 4 over and finished T-74th, dropping him to 128th in FedExCup points. Started the final round of the first Web.com Tour Finals? event, the Hotel Fitness Championship, T-26th. Vaulted up the leader board with a final-round 64, good for a T-4th. A check for $41,333 was supplemented by an additional $22,035 in the next two events in Charlotte, N.C., and Columbus, Ohio, enough to ensure him his PGA Tour card for 2015. Wrapped up the Finals with a 6th-place finish at the Web.com Tour Championship, closing with a 65 on the Dye's Valley Course at TPC Sawgrass.
2015 Notes: The highlight of Lingmerth?s career came at The Memorial, where he overcame a three-shot deficit in the final round to force a playoff with 2010 champion Justin Rose. Lingmerth made a six-foot par putt on the third extra hole to claim his first PGA Tour title in his 68th career start. Going into the event, he had missed four cuts in his previous five starts. Over Independence Day weekend, posted a 6-under-par 64 in the third round of the Greenbrier Classic en route to a T-6th with six others, at 11-under 269. Finished 3rd in the Quicken Loans National, T-6th in the WGC-Bridgestone, and T-12th in the PGA Championship. Ended the year 37th in the FedEx Cup rankings and 29th on the money list.
2016 Notes: Played in 24 PGA Tour events, making 18 cuts and finishing in the top ten twice. In the CareerBuilder Challenge he followed a third-round, 10-under 62 with a 7-under 65 in the final round to come from five strokes back and force a playoff with 54-hole leader Jason Dufner. On the second playoff hole, Lingmerth found water, and a Dufner par won the title. Lingmerth?s 62 in the second round tied his career-low score, which was first posted in the final round of the 2013 CareerBuilder Challenge. His best finish the rest of the year was T-7th in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Finished the year 67th in the FedEx Cup standings and 52nd on the money list. Represented Sweden in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, finishing T-11th in the 60-man field. Finished T-5th representing Swedent in the Handa World Cup with teammate Alex Noren at Kingston Heath Golf Club in Australia in late November.
2017 Notes: Best finish is a T-5th at the Quicken Loans National. Could of been better he opened up with 65-65 to lead and even with a 3rd round 73 was still the leader. But a 4th round 73 dropped him back, so much that he wasn't even able to secure a berth into the Open Championship.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 252, Cuts Made: 147 (58%), Top Tens: 26 (10%) , Rounds: 772, Scoring Avg: 70.78, Career Earnings: $9,871,810 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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