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Tommy Fleetwood

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (26) / 1/19/1991
Ht / Wt:  5'11 / 167

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Tommy Fleetwood’s return to European Tour action was not a fond one as he missed the cut after posting a 36-hole total of 2-over-par 142 in the Omega European Masters at Crans-sur-Sierre GC in Switzerland.
The Englishman got off to a poor start in round one, making three front nine bogeys and one double bogey on his way to a 2-over 72. On Friday he mixed three birdies and three bogeys to card level-par 70 which was two swings outside the cut mark. It was his first missed cut since the Memorial Tournament in the first week of June. Other notables that will join Fleetwood in having the weekend off include: 141- Peter Hanson … 142- Matteo Manassero, Chris Wood … 143- Ross Fisher ... 144- Jamie Donaldson ... 145- Jordan Smith ... 146- Alexander Levy ... 147- Edoardo Molinari ... 137- Danny Willett. Sep 8 - 1:58 PM

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Tommy Fleetwood has a big lead at the top of the Race to Dubai and he'll hope to hit the heights again when heading to the Swiss Alps for this week's Omega European Masters at Crans-sur-Sierre.

The Englishman has 3,771,123 points, putting him nearly a thousand clear of second-placed Sergio Garcia (2,799,255), while Jon Rahm is third (2,761,857). With neither Spaniard taking part, Fleetwood can open further daylight and must have a great chance of doing so on the mountainside track which he knows well. This is his sixth straight start at Crans and he boasts T5 (2014), T9 (2013) and T19 (2012). Despite MC-49 on his last two visits, Fleetwood's form this year suggests a title challenge. Before T27 at The Open, T28 at Firestone and T61 at the PGA Championship, the 26-year-old had posted a win (Open de France) and a pair of top 10s in his previous three regular European Tour events.
Sep 6 - 3:35 AM

Beginning off No. 10 tee, Special Temporary Member and World No. 15 Tommy Fleetwood authored a 2-under-par 33-35=68 in the weather-delayed second round of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational to reach 2-under 138, up 11 places to 11th with play still in progress.

Making his tournament debut, the 26-year-old opened with a three-birdie three-bogey 70 on 11 (of 14) fairways and 10 greens in regulation. On Day 2, he found eight fairways and 12 GIR, gaining 0.854 strokes off-the-tee and 0.960 around-the-green. The Englishman squared a lone bogey-5 at 10 (failed sand save), camouflaged by birdies at 15 (from 28'6"), 2 and 3 (16'4"), registering 1.833 putts per GIR, 1.189 SG: Putting, and 2.970 SG: Total at the time he signed his card.
Aug 4 - 6:04 PM

Post Southport-hoopla Tommy Fleetwood will make his debut in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational on the South Course at Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio this week.

It was quite a week at home for the 26-year-old Englishman and ultimately, after a fine second round rescued a difficult opening lap, he was able to look on it fondly. It said much about his growing maturity that he did exactly that rather than threw the toys out the pram as others might have done. T27 was a solid week’s work, a first Open cut made, and added to the four top tens which preceded it, reminded us he is in great form. He can also head to Firestone with fond memories of his last WGC stroke play start, when he was second in the Mexico Championship at Chapultepec. Moreover his very strong tee-to-green game ought to be a wonderful match for the South Course test.
Jul 31 - 8:45 AM

Tommy Fleetwood’s week of supreme ball striking concluded with victory in the Open de France; he carded a final round 5-under-par 33-33=66 for a 12-under total of 272 which left him one shot clear of Peter Uihlein at Le Golf National in Paris.

The Englishman dominated the field all week thanks to his magnificent long game and that element of his game came up trumps at a key moment down the stretch. He had been calmness personified through the first 12 holes, notching back-to-back birdies at 2 and 3 to join the lead, then finding the green on the par-5 9th in two before lagging to the hole’s edge for a third front nine birdie that took him one clear of Alexander Bjork. On the par-4 13th he was, rarely, errant from the tee, but a 175-yard 8-iron from the rough to 6’0" secured birdie. A chip-and-putt birdie-4 at 14 added to his security and despite a late charge by Uihlein it was enough. It’s his second win of the year and third of his career. In the 28 starts since he was reunited with his old coach he has 17 top 20 finishes. "I didn't miss a shot all day," the new No. 1 in the Race to Dubai said afterwards.
Jul 2 - 12:17 PM

Tommy Fleetwood could not break 70 for a third time in the week, but his level-par 36-35=71 left him on 7-under 206, T3 and just one behind the joint 54-hole leaders Peter Uihlein and Alex Bjork in the Open de France.

The Englishman had been supreme from tee to green through 36 holes in skating to 67-68, but found life a little tougher on day three. It was a day of to-ing and fro-ing, but that was the case for the field too. He made two front nine birdies at 3 and 6, plus two bogeys at 5 and 9. The back nine was less volatile but he had one red number at 16 to atone for a blue at 13. It is the tenth time he has headed into the final round of a European Tour event in the top three at this stage, he has twice converted the win.
Jul 1 - 12:18 PM

Tommy Fleetwood caressed a second round 3-under-par 35-33=68 to hit the halfway mark of the Open de France on 7-under 135, just one back of the lead held by Peter Uihlein and Adrian Otaegui.

The Englishman is making a mockery of his past record at Le Golf National, where he had failed to make the weekend in four tries. Moreover in those eight laps of the Albatross Course he had matched par only once and never broken it. This week, of course, he has done so twice. After the flawless first lap he did make one error on Friday, when squaring No. 8, but otherwise it was another calm round. He circled 1 and 7 on the front nine, then 11 and 14 on the back before a 125 minute weather delay. He was relatively unaffected, returning to notch four straight pars. He has missed just two greens in regulation through 36 holes and landed 24 of 28 fairways.
Jun 30 - 3:19 PM

It was a case of current form trumping course form for Tommy Fleetwood in his opening round at the Open de France as the Englishman pieced together a bogey-free 4-under-par 33-34=67, just a shot shy of clubhouse leader Alexander Bjork.

Fleetwood was Europe's standout at the U.S. Open, taking solo fourth spot, and he flew straight from Erin Hills to Germany last week to post T6 at the BMW International Open. But the signals were mixed this week as Fleetwood has missed four cuts out of four at Le Golf National and never even managed to break par in his eight laps. He did that in style today, keeping his card clean and picking up four birdies. Those gains came at 1, 3 and 8 on his front nine and at 14 on the back. European Ryder Cup skipper Thomas Bjorn, for one, will be delighted to see Fleetwood shining on next year's Ryder Cup course.
Jun 29 - 8:00 AM

Tommy Fleetwood showed no signs of either jet lag or a U.S. Open hangover in completing a 5-under-par 35-32=67 opening lap of Golfclub Munchen Eichenried in the BMW International Open.

The round was good enough for the Englishman to take dinner on T6, three swings behind the 18-hole leader Wade Ormsby, so he’ll fancy his chances of making a move early on Friday. If his front nine was a relatively calm affair, with eight pars and one birdie at No. 5, the back nine started in spectacular style with a hat-trick of red at 10, 11 and 12. Unfortunately the 13th proved unlucky (bogey), but he fought back to make a birdie-2 at the 17th (his tee shot on the 189-yard hole finished at kick-in range) and then make a two-putt birdie-4 at the last.
Jun 22 - 1:10 PM

Special Temporary Member and World No. 33 Tommy Fleetwood handed in an even-par 37-35=72 after the final round of the 117th U.S. Open for a four-day total of 11-under 277, down two spots to solo 4th, five adrift of champion and playing competitor Brooks Koepka, who shot 67. UPDATE: Fleetwood earns a return invite to the 118th U.S. Open as well as to the 2018 Masters, and jumps 12 places to a career-high 21st in OWGR.

This was the 26-year-old's second U.S. Open, supplanting a previous-best T27 in 2015 (Chambers Bay), which was the only other cut he made in a now eight major appearances. It was his his seventh TOUR start of the season and nets his third top 25, all doubling as top 10s, highlighted by a career-TOUR-best 2nd at the WGC-Mexico. After opening in 67-70, the Englishman co-led with three others, his first 36-hole lead/co-lead in his 19th career TOUR start. He tacked on 68 in R3 to begin in a three-way T2, one back of 54-hole leader Brian Harman. Playing out of the penultimate twosome, he went out in 1-over, outpacing birdies at Nos. 2 and 9 with bogeys at 3, 6 and 8, coming home in blemish-free 1-under, circling the par-5 14th. Fleetwood landed 11 (of 14) fairways and 12 greens in regulation, losing 1.093 strokes approaching-the-green but gaining 1.536 on-the-green. He posted 1.750 putts per GIR, taking 29 total putts.
Jun 18 - 9:59 PM

Tommy Fleetwood survived a big number at the final hole and signed for a 4-under-par 34-34=68 in round three of the U.S. Open at Erin Hills, finishing at 11-under 205 and in a tie for second place with 18 holes to play.

That's just one swing behind leader Brian Harman. It was plain sailing for the Englishman for most of Saturday until he reached the par-5 closer. Tied for the lead at 12-under, Fleetwood's third rolled back off the front of the green before his fourth trickled over the back and down a hill. At risk of double bogey-7 or worse, he calmly flicked a chip to just over 3 feet and holed the putt for his only dropped shot of the day. Still, that's an excellent day for the 26-year-old and his performance when under the gun should stand him in great stead for tomorrow and future majors. He kicked it off with an 11'8" birdie at No.1 before adding another from 21'10" at 8. Fleetwood found another circle at the 12th, two-putted for birdie at 14 and made another gain at 15 after getting up and down from the top of a mound to the left of the green. It was hugely impressive stuff from the tee as he missed just one of the 14 fairways before finding 15 greens in regulation and taking 28 putts.
Jun 17 - 7:42 PM

Special Temporary Member Tommy Fleetwood kept his cool in round two of the U.S. Open Championship, styling a 2-under-par 35-35=70 to reach 7-under 137 at the midpoint, good for a current share of the clubhouse lead alongside Brian Harman, Paul Casey, and Brooks Koepka. UPDATE: With R2 play completed, Fleetwood is a four-way T1, his first lead/co-lead on TOUR after ANY round in his 19th career TOUR start.

The Englishman split 11 (of 14) fairways and found 13 greens in regulation today. It was a steady peppering of the greens as he setup 10 birdie looks from inside 19 feet. It wasn't all smooth sailing, though, as Fleetwood knocked in four par-savers from outside six feet, including one from 17'6" at the par-4 third hole. The 26-year-old is making his eighth appearance in a major championship, and arrived with six missed cuts in those seven starts. He's too talented to keep missing cuts on the big stage, but it's still a bit of a surprise to see him going straight from missed cuts right into contention.
Jun 16 - 7:55 PM

World No. 33 Tommy Fleetwood blitzed Erin Hills Golf Course witha a bogey-free, 5-under-par 34-33=67 during the opening round of the U.S. Open Championship, positioning himself just two off the early pace set by Rickie Fowler.

Using the wide landing areas to his advantage, the Englishman split 12 (of 14) fairways to allow plenty of good approach opportunities. It wasn't a ball-striking clinic from there as he setup just three birdie looks from inside 10 feet, but he converted on all three chances. Fleetwood would also tack on birdies from 12'1" and 20'0" during his round, needing just 27 swipes with the flat stick by day's end. The 26-year-old finished T27 in his 2015 U.S. Open debut and did not make an appearance last year.
Jun 15 - 2:14 PM

Tommy Fleetwood has cooled since his flying start to 2017 but will look to get hot again in this week's 117th U.S. Open at Erin Hills in Wisconsin.

Despite his rapid rise up the world rankings to his current position of 32nd, the Englishman has yet to make his mark in the majors, missing six cuts from seven starts. The good news is that his one four-rounder came in his only U.S. Open appearance in 2015 when he posted T27 at Chambers Bay after carding 69s on Friday and Sunday. Fleetwood's highlights this year are victory in Abu Dhabi, solo second in the WGC-Mexico Championship and another runner-up finish in April's Shenzhen International in China. The negatives are his missed cuts at Augusta (78-74) and failure to cash on his last two starts (Memorial and Wentworth) where his round scores make uncomfortable reading (77-76 and 72-77). He has the talent but is the form there for a big week? Fleetwood will begin to answer that question when he tees off from the 10th (7:40 local CDT) with American duo Brian Harman and Bud Cauley.
Jun 14 - 7:15 AM

Tommy Fleetwood missed the cut in his 2015 Memorial Tournament debut but will return this week for another crack at Muirfield Village Golf Club.

Fleetwood is arriving fresh off a missed cut back in England at the European Tour's flagship event (BMW PGA Championship). While it was a disappointing result for the Englishman, it did give him a few extra days to travel back to the States. Making his sixth start of the season, Fleetwood has already cracked a pair of top 10s and has missed just one cut in the process. The 26-year-old has a lot of potential, and is a good bet to improve upon his 2015 Memorial debut (76-72=147).
May 29 - 7:48 PM