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Born: 1972-04-29, Gothenburg, Sweden
Nationality: SWE
Height: 6', Weight: 170lbs
Home: Ascot, England
Turned Pro: 1993
Joined PGA Tour: 1998
Official World Golf Ranking: 1117
Notes: Fasth was born in Gothenburg, Sweden and he turned professional in 1993 where he won three events on the second tier European Challenge Tour. Since 1994, he has been a member of the European Tour for every season except for 1999. He qualified for the U.S. based PGA Tour at the 1997 Qualifying School, and played the PGA and European Tours concurrently in 1998. He struggled on both tours and in 1999 found himself back on the Challenge Tour. Since then, he has concentrated o...

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Niclas Fasth

Fasth was born in Gothenburg, Sweden and he turned professional in 1993 where he won three events on the second tier European Challenge Tour. Since 1994, he has been a member of the European Tour for every season except for 1999. He qualified for the U.S. based PGA Tour at the 1997 Qualifying School, and played the PGA and European Tours concurrently in 1998. He struggled on both tours and in 1999 found himself back on the Challenge Tour. Since then, he has concentrated on playing in Europe, primarily on the European Tour since 2000. Decision to re-focus totally on Europe paid off with a victory in the Madeira Island Open in 2000.
A solid 2003 was followed by a modest 2004, in which he played a sizeable schedule in America but he started 2005 in style with victory in the Holden New Zealand Open. Six months later he followed that with a second playoff victory when he won the Deutsche Bank Players' Championship of Europe after defeating Angel Cabrera on the third playoff hole. A superb 2005 saw him win twice, both in playoffs. After winning twice in both 2005 and 2006, he took his victory tally up to six European Tour titles when he won the 2007 BMW International Open in Munich. Fasth fiinished fourth at the 2007 U.S. Open and finished a career-best 5th on the Order of Merit. His previous best year on the Race to Dubai was in 2001 where he finished 10th, helped largely by finishing runner-up to David Duval in The Open Championship at Royal Lytham and St Annes. He went on to make his Ryder Cup debut in 2002 where he was denied the chance of holing the winning putt by Paul Azinger's audacious chip in from the bunker at the 18 in their singles match. Earlier in his career, he came close to becoming the first player to win The European Tour Qualifying School Final Stage twice, having claimed top honors in 1996 and then finishing second in 1999.
A decade of finishing inside the top-100 in The Race to Dubai came to an end for Fasth in 2010, when he had to settle for 104th spot in The Race. Since then, has had problems and has not been inside the top-125 since. In the weeks after winning the BMW International Open in 2007 Fasth climbed to 18th in the official world rankings. So far in 2014, his best finish has been a tie for 24th at the Open de Espana where he shot 2-over par.

Player Career Chart (for all results recorded on all Tours in GOLFstats)
Career at a Glance: Starts: 582, Cuts Made: 317 (54%), Top Tens: 59 (10%) , Rounds: 1754, Scoring Avg: 71.82, Career Earnings: $12,728,938 - Best Finish: 1st (6 times)
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