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Official World Golf Ranking: 1849
Born: Thu,Jan 7,1971 - Moncalieri, Italy
Age: 53y 6m 11d, Nationality: ITA
Height: 5'5, Weight: 130lbs
Home: Pavia, Italy
Turned Pro: 1991, Joined European Tour: 1992
Notes: Canonica was born at Moncalieri in the province of Turin in the Piedmont region. He won the Italian National Juniors Championship in 1990 and was part of the gold medal-winning Italian team at the European Youths' Team Championship that year. He was also part of the Italian team finishing second at the 1991 European Amateur Team Championship in Madrid, Spain. He turned professional later in 1991. Having played in several Challenge Tour events, Canonica qualified for the 1995...

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Emanuele Canonica

Canonica was born at Moncalieri in the province of Turin in the Piedmont region. He won the Italian National Juniors Championship in 1990 and was part of the gold medal-winning Italian team at the European Youths' Team Championship that year. He was also part of the Italian team finishing second at the 1991 European Amateur Team Championship in Madrid, Spain. He turned professional later in 1991.
Having played in several Challenge Tour events, Canonica qualified for the 1995 European Tour at the 1994 qualifying school. He struggled to keep his tour card, finishing 117th on the Order of Merit in his first two seasons. 121st place the following year meant limited playing opportunities in 1998, but after regaining full playing status via qualifying school, his performances improved, finishing 70th on the money list in 1999 and then a career-best 27th in 2000.
A disappointing 2001, where he played just 11 events and finished 132nd on the money list, meant another season with fewer tournament invitations in 2002. He made the most of the invites he did receive with three top 10 finishes, including the Canarias Open de Espana, where he was joint runner-up, to end the season in 52nd place on the Order of Merit and regain his European Tour card. In 2005 he won for the first time on the European Tour at the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles, securing his place on the tour for two years. By 2008 he was struggling, and he played his last full season in 2011.
Canonica played in 367 European Tour events making 202 cuts with 23 top-ten finishes. He earned euro3,356,545. His best season was in 2000; he played in 20 events making 13 cuts and had a runner-up and a third-place finish. He was 27th on the Order of Merit and earned euro507,192. His biggest money year was in 2005 when he won in 31 starts, had three top-tens, and made euro556,844.
At the end of 2000, Canonica went to PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament and finished T-31st getting his PGA Tour card. He played in 19 PGA Tour events in 2001 and made four cuts, and his best finish was 7th at the Nissan Open at Riviera. He only won $132,869, 191st on the money list, and it was the last time he played in America.
When he turned 50, he played in 8 European Legends Tour events and was 24th on the Order of Merit with earnings of euro41,795. His best finish was T-3rd at the Senior Italian Open.
2022 Notes: Played in 14 Legends Tour events with four top-ten finishes. He was 10th on the order of merit. He finished T-2nd at the Irish Legends, a shot back of winner Phillip Price. He was T-3rd at the Staysure PGA Seniors Championship, ten shots back of winner Adilson DaSilva. Finished T-6th at the Italian Senior Open and 3rd at the MCB Tour Championship - Seychelles, five shots back of winner Joakim Haeggman.
2023 Notes: He played in 15 Legends Tour events and finished in three top-ten positions. He was 18th on the order of merit. He was 7th at the Irish Legends, T-5th at the Legends Tour Trophy, and T-6th at the Farmfoods European Masters.
2024 Notes: T-17th at the Barbados Legends

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 382, Cuts Made: 207 (54%), Top Tens: 24 (6%) , Rounds: 1155, Scoring Avg: 72.26, Career Earnings: $3,620,733 - Best Finish: Johnnie Walker (1st)
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