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Born: 1972-02-19, Mansfield, England
Nationality: GBR
Height: 6'4", Weight: 205lbs
Home: Windermere, Fl.
Turned Pro: 1992
Joined PGA Tour: 2005
Official World Golf Ranking: 1119
Notes: Was ranked as the No.1 tennis player in Nottinghamshire at age 13? Wife, Jacqui, was a nationally ranked gymnast. First started playing on the European Tour in 1996 and played on that tour through 2005. Has played a total of 199 events in on that tour making 130 cuts and finished in the top-ten 27 times with a win at the 2003 British Masters. At the end of 2004 made it through all three stages of PGA Tour Q-School finishing T4th in the final stage. Next year as a ro...

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Greg Owen

Was ranked as the No.1 tennis player in Nottinghamshire at age 13? Wife, Jacqui, was a nationally ranked gymnast. First started playing on the European Tour in 1996 and played on that tour through 2005. Has played a total of 199 events in on that tour making 130 cuts and finished in the top-ten 27 times with a win at the 2003 British Masters.
At the end of 2004 made it through all three stages of PGA Tour Q-School finishing T4th in the final stage. Next year as a rookie on that tour finished 57th in the money race with earnings of $1.3 million. Next year he finished 69th but stumbled in 2007 with earnings of only 426,601 which ranked 157th. Adding to his problem finished 62nd in Q-School which meant spending 2008 on the Web.Com Tour. In 17 events finished in the top-ten seven times and his earnings of $309,805 got him the tenth spot and a return to the PGA Tour. Finished 109th in 2009 on the money list but again stumbled in 2010 finishing 183rd. Again a poor finish in Q-School meant that he spent 2011 on the Web.Com Tour. This time wasn't that good in 23 starts only had two top-10s and won only $121,259 which ranked 52nd on that money list. This time finished T18th at Q-School regaining his card for 2012.
2012 Notes: With 27 starts he had three top-10s and an 88th-place finish on the final FedExCup points list and 85th on the money list. Was T-9th at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in February for his first top-10 of the season. Added another T-9th at the Memorial Tournament on the strength of a final-round 67. Had another strong final round a week later, at the FedEx St. Jude Classic, when he fired a Sunday 65 to finish T-11th. Final top-10 of the campaign came at The McGladrey Classic in October. Opened with a 64 at Sea Island and closed with a 65 at The Seaside Course for a T-7th, his best finish on tour.
2013 Notes: 13 of 24 PGA Tour cuts, with no top-10s. Finished 134th in the FedExCup standings. Best of four top-25 finishes was a T-12th at the RBC Canadian Open. Played in all four Web.com Tour Finals events, finishing 52nd and failing to improve his status for 2013-14.
Best finish of the four was T-8th at the Chiquita Classic despite having a bad weekend and finishing just four back of the winner.
2014 Notes:
2014 Web.com Summary: tournaments entered - 12; in money - 7; top-10 finishes - 3; scoring average - 70.18 (ranked 38th); money - $143,631 (ranked 27th); best finish - won the United Leasing Championship.
Came ever so close to securing one of the first 25 PGA Tour cards at the Season-ending WinCo Foods Portland Open. After making the cut on the number with a birdie on the 36th hole, put himself inside the top 25 on Saturday with a 65, only to fall to No. 27 at weekend's end with a final-round 74 and T36 finish. Rounds of 67-67-68-70 at the first Web.com Tour Finals event, the Hotel Fitness Championship, resulted in a third-place finish. Was one-shot off Colt Knost's lead after three rounds but couldn't maintain the final-round pace of winner Bud Cauley's 65 and runner-up Knost's 68. A check for $68,000 secured his return to the PGA Tour for 2015.
In 2015 held a share of the 18- and 54-hole leads at the FedEx St. Jude Classic before a final-round, even-par 70 resulted in a 2nd place finish as he made his quest to win his first Tour title. Ended four shots behind winner Fabian Gomez. Two starts later, over the Independence Day weekend, opened with a 5-under 65 at the Greenbrier Classic en route to a T6 with six others, at 11-under 269, two shots from getting into the playoff.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 515, Cuts Made: 306 (59%), Top Tens: 55 (11%) , Rounds: 1594, Scoring Avg: 71.22, Career Earnings: $11,728,438 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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