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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 won the 2017 Race to Dubai despite a final round of 2-over-par 35-39=74 for T21 on 11-under 277 in the DP World Tour Championship over the Earth Course at the Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai.
The Englishman was never in the hunt for the tournament title on the final day, eventually won by Spain's Jon Rahm, and in truth, after two laps of 65 to atone for a day one 73, he appeared fatigued. He admitted: "It was tough wondering what was going on, how Justin was doing." That was a reference to Justin Rose's performance, which was key to the fate of the seasonal rankings No. 1 position. Fleetwood made three birdies (at 1, 7 and 11) against five bogeys (at 6, 10, 12, 17 and 18) as he limped home. But, as Rose reiterated after his own late collapse confirmed Fleetwood's win, the Race to Dubai is determined by a year's golf, not one round or nine holes. Fleetwood was a double winner and ten times top ten finisher. Nov 19 - 8:04 AM

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Tommy Fleetwood remains in the hunt for both the DP World Tour Championship title and number one on the Race to Dubai after a wonderful third round of 7-under-par 35-50=65, good for 13-under 203 and T3 on the Earth Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai.

The Englishman cast a disconsolate figure on Thursday evening after posting an opening 73 which handed the weekly and yearly initiative to his R1 playing partner Justin Rose. But he responded with two stunning laps of 65 and yet even on Saturday there was a battle to be had. "I made a mess of two front nine par-5s again," he said, "and a bad drive led to bogey at the fifth. Then it kick-started when I holed putts on 9 and 10. I felt that was a momentum swing. I've hung in there with some bad patches. Amazing to be where I am after Thursday's score." In point of fact he completed that transformation with eight birdies in 11 holes: three in a row at 8, 9 and 10, four at 13, 14, 15 and 16, a final one at 18. He trails tournament leader Rose by two shots; the season's finale will go down to the wire.
Nov 18 - 7:52 AM

Race to Dubai leader Tommy Fleetwood will look to finish the season as Europe's No. 1 when he heads to the United Arab Emirates for the final event of the campaign, the DP World Tour Championship.

Fleetwood had looked home and hosed at the top of the standings but recent wins for Justin Rose (two of them!) and Sergio Garcia mean he could still be caught. The Englishman built his lead over Rose to 256,737 points with a T10 at last week's Nedbank Golf Challenge but his main rival has a freshness edge after sitting out the South African event. The two will be paired in Thursday's opening round. Fleetwood has a T9 (2016) and a T12 (2014) in his last three starts in this event while he's also a winner in this part of the globe after taking victory in January's Abu Dhabi Golf Championship. To miss out now after he's led the race for so long would be a huge disappointment but the 26-year-old has enough current, course and location form to suggest he'll put on another big show this week.
Nov 15 - 7:49 AM

Tommy Fleetwood has a double aim in mind when he pegs it up in this week's Nedbank Golf Challenge at Gary Player Country Club in South Africa.

Fleetwood will be out to secure his third victory of the season after wins in January's Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship and June's Open de France while also building his lead at the top of the Race to Dubai. With just this week and the concluding DP Tour Championship in Dubai to play, the Englishman's lead has been whittled down to just 134,839 points by Justin Rose, who has captured the last two tournaments. Previously, Fleetwood had been over a million points clear. However, Rose doesn't travel to Sun City this week, thus opening the door for Fleetwood to kick clear again. The 26-year-old has teed it up here three times before, finishing T14 and T21 in 30-man fields and T14 out of 72 last year. He owns a third and a sixth in previous South African tournaments but after finishes of 25-6-20-23 in his last four starts, gamers need to decide if the added pressure of trying to become European No. 1 for the first time is weighing on him slightly.
Nov 8 - 9:18 AM

Tommy Fleetwood has a big lead at the top of the Race to Dubai and will look to open up further daylight in this week's Turkish Airlines Open at Regnum Carya Golf & Spa Resort.

Fleetwood's nearest rival Sergio Garcia isn't in Turkey this week while fellow Englishman Justin Rose is over a million points back in third despite winning the WGC-HSBC Champions on Sunday. It's certainly a huge deal to Fleetwood, who will play the final four events of the season, a run started with T20 in China last week. "I've got a chance of winning The Race to Dubai. Can you imagine if I had a week off and then lost by 20 grand? I can't let that happen, really," he said in Tuesday's press conference in Turkey. Fleetwood was T22 at Carya last year, his best finish in four starts at the Turkish Airlines Open.
Nov 1 - 6:27 AM

Tommy Fleetwood made a big Race To Dubai move with an 8-under-par round of 31-32=63, the low round of the day, to climb to T6 on 13-under 200 after three rounds of the Italian Open, entering the finale just four off the pace.

Fleetwood put exclamation points on both loops, making eagle at the par-5 ninth and birdies at holes 15, 16 and 17 before a par at the last saw him edge playing partner Matthew Fitzpatrick (32+32=64) by one, powering into contention. It was a potentially key round in the season-long points race for leader Fleetwood, with nearest rivals Jon Rahm (37+32=69) and Sergio Garcia (37+33=70) both left behind by the Englishman. Fleetwood heads into Sunday seeking his third win of a breakout 2017 and second Rolex Series title, having secured the French Open back in mid-summer at next year’s Ryder Cup venue. He will begin the final round just four back.
Oct 14 - 11:59 AM

Race to Dubai leader Tommy Fleetwood put on a masterclass in round two of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland, firing a bogey-free 9-under-par 33-30-63 at Carnoustie to jump into a tie for the 36-hole lead with Tyrrell Hatton on 11-under 133.

It's been a superb year already for the Englishman and he can now add a course record at Carnoustie to his list of achievements. Gamers make a note as the famous links course will host next year's Open Championship. To be honest, Fleetwood made it all look pretty easy. He cashed in on the par 5s at 6, 12 and 14 and holed a seven footer for his ninth birdie of the day at 18. Five of those circles came in a red-hot stretch from Nos. 11-15. The World No. 17 became a new dad recently so those who played the 'nappy factor' angle are looking good to this point. Fleetwood and Hatton lead by a shot from Nicolas Colsaerts while it's a further stroke back to Marcel Siem and Paul Dunne. After a 70 at St. Andrews and today's 63 at Carnoustie, Fleetwood will now head to Kingsbarns for his third round.
Oct 6 - 12:03 PM

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

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.
Source: PGATour.com
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