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Born: 1987-03-25, Danderyd, Stockholm, Sweden
Nationality: SWE
Height: 6'4", Weight: 210lbs
Home: Augusta, Ga.
College: Augusta State
Turned Pro: 2011
Official World Golf Ranking: 226
Notes: Henrik grew up in Danderyd, just outside Stockholm in Sweden. He first picked up a club at a tender age. Norlander represented his country as an amateur, and was anchoring the team that finished runner up to England in his last championship before turning pro (the 2010 European Team Championship). Before then he has played for Sweden in the Eisenhower Trophy (World Amateur Team Championship) twice (2008 and 2010), with a bronze medal in 2008 in Adelaide, Australia. At th...

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Henrik Norlander

Henrik grew up in Danderyd, just outside Stockholm in Sweden. He first picked up a club at a tender age. Norlander represented his country as an amateur, and was anchoring the team that finished runner up to England in his last championship before turning pro (the 2010 European Team Championship). Before then he has played for Sweden in the Eisenhower Trophy (World Amateur Team Championship) twice (2008 and 2010), with a bronze medal in 2008 in Adelaide, Australia. At the same time helped Augusta State win back-to-back NCAA Championships in 2010 and 2011. Jaguar teammates included PGA Tour winner Patrick Reed and Web.com Tour rookie Mitch Krywulycz. Had four individual wins in college and was a three-time All American.
In 2011 Norlander turned professional and played on the European Challenge Tour and The Nordea Tour, before moving to the States and spending most of his time in Augusta, playing on the eGolf Tour in the south east. At the end of 2012 finished T-22nd at PGA Tour Q-School, getting his card for 2013. Was one of four players to successfully navigate all three prior stages of Q School (pre-qualifying, first stage and second stage) to earn a start at the finals.
2013 Notes: Played in 22 events making 13 cuts. Best finish was T-15th at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans he finished 159th in the FedEx Cup Playoffs and 151st on the money list. Made the cut in two of four Web.com Tour Finals' events, with a T-24th at the Hotel Fitness Championship his best finish. Didn't retain his PGA Tour card and is back on the Web.Com Tour.

2014 Web.Com Tour results
TOURNAMENT Finish Scores To Par Earnings
Colombia Championship CUT 72-77=149 +7
Chile Classic T3 64-72-70-69=275 -13 $33,800.00
Brasil Champions CUT 72-68=140 -2
Panama Claro Championship T47 71-69-72-70=282 +2 $1,859.38
Chitimacha Louisiana Open CUT 76-70=146 +4
WNB Golf Classic T22 70-71-68=209 -7 $5,188.67
South Georgia Classic CUT 74-73=147 +3
BMW Charity Pro-Am T36 67-67-74-68=276 -10 $2,814.50
Rex Hospital Open CUT 71-72=143 +1
Cleveland Open Has to get updated on Sunday Night, sorry.

Events Played In: 9
Rounds Played in: 25
Times Finished 72 holes: 4
Top 3 Finishes: 1
Top 5 Finishes: 1
Top 10 Finishes: 1
Top 25 Finishes: 2

Presently Norlander is 43rd on the Web.Com Tour money list with $43,663.

Player Career Chart (for all results recorded on all Tours in GOLFstats)
Career at a Glance: Starts: 181, Cuts Made: 111 (61%), Top Tens: 18 (10%) , Rounds: 575, Scoring Avg: 70.23, Career Earnings: $2,805,622 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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