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Official World Golf Ranking: 397
Born: Wed,Jul 26,1978 - Corowa, New South Wales, Australia
Age: 42y 8m 25d, Nationality: GB
Height: 6', Weight: 200lbs
Home: Beaumaris, Australia
Turned Pro: 2002, Joined European Tour: 2003
Notes: Fraser claimed an emotional victory in the Ballantine's Championship in Korea in April 2010, his second European Tour title following his maiden victory in the BMW Russian Open in 2003. The victory was poignant because, a year before, he was forced to miss his uncle's funeral to play in the tournament, he dedicated his 2010 victory to his uncle's memory. He came close to adding a third title in 2012 but lost on the fourth hole of a playoff to Danny Willett in the BMW In...

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Marcus Fraser

Fraser claimed an emotional victory in the Ballantine's Championship in Korea in April 2010, his second European Tour title following his maiden victory in the BMW Russian Open in 2003. The victory was poignant because, a year before, he was forced to miss his uncle's funeral to play in the tournament, he dedicated his 2010 victory to his uncle's memory.
He came close to adding a third title in 2012 but lost on the fourth hole of a playoff to Danny Willett in the BMW International Open. He also took a share of second place in the OMEGA European Masters en route to finishing a career-best 25th in The Race to Dubai.
He won his maiden Challenge Tour title in June 2003 in the Danish Open and followed it quickly with his second success in the Finnish Challenge. A fortnight later, he came through in a playoff with Austria's Martin Wiegele to win the dual-ranking Russian Open at Le Meridien Moscow Country Club, thus guaranteeing his playing privileges on The European Tour for 2004. His brother, Adam, played on the Asian Tour.
2012 Notes: He had his best financial year, to date, winning just over a million euros on the European Tour and finishing 25th on the Dubai money race as he had runner-up finishes at the BMW International and Omega European Masters. He also finished third twice, at Ballantine's and UBS Hong Kong Open.
2013 Notes: He was runner-up at the Ballantine's Championship and then T-8th at the Italian Open, but his problems began at the British Open when he started to get shooting pain across the top and side of his left hand. He was able to ease the pain with cortisone shots, but it continued to get worse.
2014 Notes: He played the Desert swing events finishing T-54th at Qatar Masters, but missing the cut at Abu Dhabi and Dubai. The pain in his hand got so bad that on his return from Dubai in February, he needed surgery in which they operated shaving down a bone and putting wax into the space to stop it growing back. The operation stopped the pain in the top of his hand, but he still had pain down the side of the hand and the forearm, similar to tendonitis down the left side, so he went through a radical technique that involved taking his own blood, separating the plasma, and pumping it back into the hand and forearm to deal with what they believe is a form of tendonitis. Because this was a long term fix, he didn't play again until October at the Hong Kong Open. He finished the year playing in the Australia and Asian Tour, and his last start at the Thailand Open was positive as he finished T-2nd, one shot back of winner Lee Westwood.
2015 Notes: Played a combined Asian Tour, One Asian Tour, and Europe. His best finish, to date, is T-3rd at the Hero Indian Open, T-5th at the British Masters and T-10th at the New Zealand Open. His wrist has been pain-free. FInished the year 52nd in the Race to Dubai.
2016 Notes: Played in 20 European Tour events making 16 cuts. Won the Maybank Championship, on both the European and Asian Tour. Also finished T-2nd at the Panasonic Open Golf Championship on both the Asian Tour and Japan Tour. On the European Tour finished 49th in the Race to Dubai with euro726,566. Represented Australia at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio and finished T-5th, 8 back of winner Justin Rose and 5 back of Bronze Medal winner Matt Kuchar.
2017 Notes: Played in 21 European Tour events making 8 cuts with four top-ten finishes. Best was 5th at the Italian Open and T-5th at the Rocco Forte Open, Sicily. Was 81st in the Race to Dubai with euro471,604. On the Australian Tour finished T-3rd at the Victorian PGA Championship, 5 shots back of winner Damien Jordan.
2018 Notes: Played in 23 events on the European Tour making 12 cuts with one top-ten, T-10th at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Finished 140th in the Race to Dubai. On the Australian Tour was 4th at the Emirates Australian Open.
2019 Notes: Played in three events on the Asian Tour, missed cut at the SMBC Singapore Open, T-39th at the New Zealand Open and missed cut at the Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship. Best finish for the year, T-17th at the ISPS Handa Vic Open.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 364, Cuts Made: 245 (67%), Top Tens: 41 (11%) , Rounds: 1185, Scoring Avg: 71.28, Career Earnings: $9,479,941 - Best Finish: Dubai Duty (0th)
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