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Official World Golf Ranking: 21
Born: Sat,Oct 1,1994 - Sheffield, England
Age: 26y 8m 24d, Nationality: GB
Height: 5' 10, Weight: 155lbs
Home: Sheffield, England
College: Northwestern
Turned Pro: 2014, Joined PGA Tour: 2018, Joined European Tour: 2015
Notes: Fitzpatrick won the 2013 U.S. Amateur, becoming the first Englishman to win the title since 1911. En route to victory, he defeated four Americans in early rounds, Canadian Amateur runner-up Corey Conners in his semifinal match, and Australian Oliver Goss, 4 & 3, in the final. A month earlier, he played in the British Open at Muirfield, finishing T-44th with a 10-over-par 294 (73-76-73-72) to earn the silver medal as the low amateur. After his U.S. Amateur victory at Brooklin...

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Matt Fitzpatrick

Fitzpatrick won the 2013 U.S. Amateur, becoming the first Englishman to win the title since 1911. En route to victory, he defeated four Americans in early rounds, Canadian Amateur runner-up Corey Conners in his semifinal match, and Australian Oliver Goss, 4 & 3, in the final. A month earlier, he played in the British Open at Muirfield, finishing T-44th with a 10-over-par 294 (73-76-73-72) to earn the silver medal as the low amateur.
After his U.S. Amateur victory at Brookline, he became the No. 1 player in the World Amateur Golf Ranking, receiving the Mark H. McCormack Medal for the accomplishment, and represented Great Britain and Ireland in the 2013 Walker Cup Match.
The 2012 British Boys' champion qualified for the 2012 British Open but had to withdraw due to a ligament injury. As an 11-year-old spectator at Hoylake in 2006, he watched Tiger Woods successfully defend his Claret Jug.
Fitzpatrick attended Northwestern University in Chicago, the same college attended by Luke Donald and David Lipsky. Despite staying just one semester before turning professional, Fitzpatrick played five collegiate events, winning once and finishing in the top five in three others.
On Jan. 1, 2014, he informed head coach Pat Goss he was leaving Northwestern to pursue a full-time amateur career. He missed the cut at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and Masters, finished T-23rd at the RBC Heritage and T-48th at the U.S. Open at Pinehurst to earn low-amateur honors, becoming the first golfer since Bobby Jones in 1930 to be the reigning low amateur of golf's two oldest open championships. He then turned professional, competed in nine European Challenge Tour events, and finished 48th on that tour's Road to Oman list. He posted three top-10s, including a T-6th at the Foshan Open. Made it through European Tour Q-School at the end of 2014, taking the 11th card at PGA Catalunya Resort.
2015 Notes: Fitzpatrick finished T-5th in his first European event of the season at the South African Open but struggled in his next seven events before finishing T-15th at the Tshwane Open. Earned his second career top-10 with a T-8th at the Irish Open, then added another with a T-3rd at the Lyoness Open. Six weeks later, in Switzerland, he finished as runner-up at the European Masters, one stroke behind winner Danny Willett. Came close to becoming the first European Tour player to card a 59 three weeks later when he shot 60 with pars on his last two holes at the KLM Open. Broke through in a big way at the British Masters at Woburn GC in England in October, taking the first-round lead with a 64 and not letting up in a wire-to-wire victory. Played the tournament through a sponsor's invitation and celebrated the victory with his parents, who watched every round. At age 21 years, 1 month, 9 days, he became the youngest European Tour winner since Matteo Manassero at the 2013 BMW PGA Championship (three days older). Finished the year with a T-3rd at the UBS Hong Kong Open, T-7th at the WGC-HSBC Champions, and T-4th at the DP World Tour Championship, finishing 12th in the Race to Dubai.
2016 Notes: After a slow start to his year, Fitzpatrick got things rolling with a T-7th at the Masters. Fired a final-round 67 to finish five shots behind Danny Willett, but the finish assured him a return to the 2017 Masters. In June, he returned to the winner's circle with a three-shot win at the Nordea Masters. Finished T-9th at the Aberdeen Asset Management Paul Lawrie Match Play, and then 5th at the D+D Real Czech Masters. Was T-7th at the European Masters, and at the final event of the year, the DP World Tour Dubai, he made a four-foot birdie putt at the final hole for a one-stroke win over Tyrrell Hatton. At age 22 years and 80 days old, he became the youngest Englishman to win his first three European Tour titles, surpassing the previous record of Nick Faldo, who was 22 years and 300 days, when he won his third European Tour event, the 1980 Sun Alliance PGA Championship. With the win, Fitzpatrick finished the year 6th in the Race to Dubai. He made his first-ever start at the 2016 Ryder Cup, going 0-2 in the European team's 17-11 loss to the United States at Hazeltine.
2017 Notes: Finished T-5th at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, then T-2nd at the Nordea Masters, one stroke behind winner Renato Paratore. Claimed his fourth European Tour victory at 23 years and 9 days with his win at the Omega European Masters, where he defeated Scott Hend in a playoff. In his last eight events, he won euro1,160,053 of his euro1,888,303 total earnings. He finished 12th in the Race to Dubai.
2018 Notes: Played 22 European Tour events, making 19 cuts with four top-10 finishes. Finished 24th in the Race To Dubai. Posted a T-3rd result at the Abu Dhabi Championship, four strokes behind winner Tommy Fleetwood, and a T-8th at the BMW PGA Championship. With his T-12th at the U.S. Open, he was eligible for, and took, special temporary membership on the PGA Tour. Won for the fifth time on the European Tour when he defeated Lucas Bjerregaard in a playoff at the Omega European Masters.
2019 Notes: Played in 20 European Tour events, making 19 cuts with eight top-10 finishes. Also played in 14 PGA Tour events, making 13 cuts with two top-10 finishes. Fitzpatrick started the year finishing 2nd at the Honma Hong Kong Open, one stroke behind winner Aaron Rai. In his next start, he was 4th at the SMBC Singapore Open, four strokes behind winner Jazz Janewattananond. Was runner-up at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, finishing two strokes behind winner Francesco Molinari. He earned the right to play on the PGA Tour for a second season as a temporary member with that finish. Was T-12th at the U.S. Open, and the next week 2nd at the BMW International on the European Tour, losing a playoff to Andrea Pavan. A month later, was T-4th at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational, five strokes behind winner Brooks Koepka. Returned to play on the European Tour in the fall. Finished 2nd at the Scandinavian Invitation, a stroke behind winner Erik van Rooyen. A month later, he was runner-up again at the Italian Open, a stroke behind winner Bernd Wiesberger. Finished the year with a 7th at WGC-HSBC Champions, T-10th at the Nedbank Challenge, and 9th at the DP World Tour Dubai. Was 5th in the Race to Dubai.
2020 Notes: In his first full season on the PGA Tour, played in 15 events, making 12 cuts with five top-10 finishes. Was 36th in the FedExCup standings. On the European Tour played in 10 events making eight cuts with four top-ten finishes. Was 2nd in the Race to Dubai. Started his season with a T-2nd at the Abu Dhabi Championship, two strokes behind winner Lee Westwood. Was T-9th at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Shot a final-round 68 in tough conditions at the Memorial to finish 3rd, four strokes behind winner Jon Rahm. Was T-6th at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational, four strokes behind winner Justin Thomas. In the FedExCup playoffs, he missed the cut at the Northern Trust and was T-6th at the BMW Championship, four strokes out of the Rahm/Johnson playoff. On the European Tour, was T-7th at the BMW Championship. Ended his European Tour season winning the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai by a shot over Lee Westwood.
2021 Notes: In his first start on the PGA Tour, he missed the cut at the fall U.S. Open. Finished T-12th at the CJ Cup @ Shadow Creek. Was T-5th at the Genesis Invitational, five shots back of the Max Homa/Tony Finau playoff. Was T-10th at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and T-9th at the Players Championship. Was T-4th at the RBC Heritage, six shots back of winner Stewart Cink.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 196, Cuts Made: 145 (74%), Top Tens: 49 (25%) , Rounds: 658, Scoring Avg: 70.46, Career Earnings: $22,093,810 - Best Finish: 1st (6 times)
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