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Tommy Fleetwood

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (25) / 1/19/1991
Ht / Wt:  5'11 / 167

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Tommy Fleetwood craves a late surge to sharpen up a slow season - and the Italian Open has been a solid hunting ground for him in the past.
The 25-year-old is having something of a hangover year, after three extremely fine seasons off the back of his maiden win in 2013. His scoring average, below 71 in all three of those terms, this year stands at 71.67 and the ramifications have been widespread. Having finished 26th, 19th and 24th on the Race to Dubai, he is now 79th; having cleared €1 million in each of those seasons, this year he dwells on €337,891; having notched 5, 7 and 4 top ten finishes, this year he has just 2. All that said, 79th is no failure and it says much for his potential that he can "struggle" to that mark. And T16 and T10 recently in the Czech Republic and the Netherlands show improvement, but even within those efforts the harsh truth sticks out: he ranked 1st for Ball-striking in both events and 62nd and 67th for Total Putting. He's 3-for-3 in the event (T22-T24-T33) with the same patterns: ranked top 8 every time for Ball-striking, but never top 50 for Putts per Round. Sep 13 - 5:14 AM

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Tommy Fleetwood posted 4-under-par 33-34=67, his second 67 of the week, to hit the halfway mark of the KLM Open on 8-under 134, two behind the lead.

The Englishman, who has made just the one top ten all season (in Qatar), is currently making something of a habit of making a move on Friday. A round two 68 in the Czech Republic got him to T3 after 36 holes (he ended the week T16) and last time out in Switzerland a 65 had him T14 before finishing T49; he'll be hoping to maintain momentum at the third time of asking. Unlike his round one 67, Friday's had no eagle and no double bogey. Instead it was a relatively straightforward affair with five birdies and just the one bogey at the 8th. He found only 7 of 13 fairways, but counted 16 greens in regulation and saved par both times he missed.
Sep 9 - 12:53 PM

Tommy Fleetwood crafted a 4-under-par 35-33=68 to end his second round on 6-under 138, good enough for an early tie of the lead when he took lunch on Friday of the D+D REAL Czech Masters.

The Englishman has had a tough year and this is only the third event during which he has found himself in the top ten at the end of a round: he was T7 in Qatar and T9 at halfway in Shenzhen but has otherwise floundered somewhat. He opened with birdie-4 on the 10th in his second lap of Albatross Golf Resort and added one bogey and one birdie before making the turn. His second nine started with a brace of birdies before a final bogey set him back, but par breakers on 5 and 9 took him to the top of the leaderboard. He's 5-for-5 this week in Scrambling, but has needed 61 putts so far - a long term weakness for the 25-year-old who very rarely averages less than 30 per round.
Aug 19 - 7:14 AM

Tommy Fleetwood is struggling for form as he makes his return to the Open de France after a three-year gap.

Since a pair of top 20s at the Open de Espana and Shenzhen International, the Englishman has dipped. He missed cuts in the China and Irish Opens, had to settle for T69 in the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth and failed to cash in last week's BMW International Open in Germany after twin 73s. Logic says that poor run continues in France this week as he's 0-for-3 at Le Golf National after early exits in 2010, 2012 and 2013. Gamers will be taking a big chance by getting Fleetwood on board but he's still being tipped for great things despite his recent lull and is capable of getting hot from nowhere.
Jun 29 - 5:33 AM

Tommy Fleetwood heads to this week's BMW International Open at Gut Larchenhof in need of a boost.

He’s 8-for-11 this season, but it’s not really happening for the Englishman and it's actually got worse in recent weeks. He marked May by missing cuts in China and Ireland, then making the weekend at the BMW PGA Championship only to finish plum last of those who did (69th). The stats make miserable reading: he ranked 69th for Driving Accuracy and 68th for Greens in Regulation. In contrast to those figures his 34th for Total Putting almost looks good, but it’s worth noting he’s not ranked top ten in that category since September 2014. Any good news? He missed the cut on his course debut in 2012, but finished T33 two years later. The only real crumb of comfort is that he’s a winner on Nicklaus layouts - at Gleneagles in 2013.
Jun 21 - 12:36 PM

Tommy Fleetwood returns to Wentworth for the BMW PGA Championship keen to repeat the top ten performance he pegged up last year.

The Englishman failed to break the top 20 in his first three starts at Wentworth but improved last year to finish T6 and the key was his long game: he ranked 1st for Ball Striking and 2nd for Total Driving. It’s not quite happened for him this season, as he’s collected just the one top ten finish (T7 in the Qatar Masters) and missed the cut on his last two starts. The problem seems to be his putting: he hasn’t ranked in the top 20 for Putts per Round since the DP World Tour Championship in November 2014.
May 25 - 4:25 AM

Tommy Fleetwood is just 1-for-4 at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open but has something to build on this week after posting T21 last year.

Fleetwood had missed cuts at Royal Portrush, Carton House and Fota Island but came good at Royal County Down 12 months ago. The Englishman missed the cut at the Volvo China Open last time but prior to that had posted three top 20s in four starts. His best this season is T7 at the Qatar Masters and it remains his only top 10 despite some solid play of late. As a consequence, he's down in 51st on the Race to Dubai having finished 24th, 19th and 26th for the last three seasons.
May 18 - 5:05 AM

Tommy Fleetwood has posted second and third in two previous starts at Genzon GC and is in position for another big finish at the Chinese venue after shooting a 3-under-par 35-34=69 on day one of the Shenzhen International.

The course horse set off with three straight pars today before picking up a shot at the par-5 13th. On his second nine, Fleetwood increased the pace with birdies at 2, 4 and 6 before giving up his only bogey of the day at 8. The 69, which made it nine straight rounds of 70 or better at the par 72, puts him just three behind early leader Alexander Levy. On the live leaderboard Fleetwood is T6. He hit 12 (of 14) fairways and perfect 5-for-5 scrambling helped the young Englishman maintain momentum.
Apr 21 - 5:14 AM

Tommy Fleetwood is looking to spark a solid run of form into something more substantial as he tees it up in the Open de Espana at Valderrama.

In late summer 2015 the Englishman recorded a miserable run of 1-for-6, but he has bounced back from that poor form to go 12-for-13 since. What is lacking is a genuine tilt at a title during that run, but there are signs: he was T7 in Qatar and T15 in Malaysia. He’s making his debut at the course and although the sample is not huge (he’s played there just five times) his record in Spain is not great: he’s 3-for-5 but his best is T26, a pretty poor return for a player of such talent up against what are often lower grade fields.
Apr 12 - 1:32 PM

Tommy Fleetwood crafted a bogey-free 6-under-par 32-33=65 in round one of the Maybank Championship Malaysia, good enough for a share of second spot in the clubhouse.

The young Englishman picked up shots at each of Royal Selangor's three par 5s (3, 13 and 15) and made further gains at 7 and 9. He put an exclamation mark on his round by sinking a lengthy putt for birdie at 18. Fleetwood was strong in all areas, driving it 295.5 off the tee, splitting 10 (of 14) fairways, hitting 16 greens in regulation and making two successful scrambles, one from sand. This is his low round of the season, beating by two the opening 67 he put up when finishing T7 in last month's Qatar Masters.
Feb 18 - 5:31 AM

Tommy Fleetwood showed his ability to handle windy conditions by moving up to tied fourth at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters in Doha with a 2-under-par 37-33=70 in Friday's third round.

The Englishman has plenty of good form on links courses and showed those skills again today to arrive at 10-under 206 with 18 holes to play. That's three swings behind leader Paul Lawrie and gives Fleetwood the chance to capture his second European Tour title. The 25-year-old was over par for the day after swallowing bogeys at 3 and 15 against a single birdie at 10. But Doha's closing three holes are gettable and Fleetwood cashed in with a trio of birdies to surge up the leaderboard. He piped 9 (of 14) fairways, hit 15 greens in regulation and was 2-for-3 in scrambling.
Jan 29 - 9:16 AM

Tommy Fleetwood dug deep to sign for a 3-under-par 36-33=69 at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters; his 8-under 136 is three off the leader.

A bogey on No. 4 erased the shot he had found on No. 2 as the Englishman played the front nine in level-par, but the back nine was a different story. He broke par on 10, 13, 16 and 18, but shipped a shot on 15, to return in just 33 strikes. Te highlight was a lip out for ace on the par-3 13th. Elsewhere he fashioned a score whilst struggling from tee to green: he found just 5 of 14 fairways, 7 down on round one, and 13 greens having missed just one 24 hours previously. This is his fifth visit to Doha and he is yet to chalk a top 20 finish.
Jan 28 - 8:31 AM

Helped by an eagle-2, Tommy Fleetwood crafted a bogey-free 5-under-par 33-34=67 on day one of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters at Doha GC.

The Englishman got under par for the day with a birdie at the 14th and then made a leap thanks to an eagle at the short, 307-yard par-4 16th hole. After a run of seven pars, he picked up further shots at the 6th and 8th to nestle just two shots behind joint leaders Louis Oosthuizen and Pablo Larrazabal. Fleetwood, who shot a second-round 65 on the way to T23 here last year, opened his season with a missed cut in last week's Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship so will be pleased to get in early contention in Qatar.
Jan 27 - 5:04 AM

Tommy Fleetwood will play in the season-ending DP World Tour Championship in Dubai for the third straight season.

The Englishman was T37 at the Earth course in his rookie season two years ago and improved to T12 in 2014 after closing 67-68 on the weekend. Fleetwood has gone a little flat in the second half of 2015 and hasn't made the top 10 since July but he's still ranked a healthy 23rd on this year's Race to Dubai. A big result this week and he'll beat the 19th place he took last year and keep his career very much on an upward curve.
Mon, Nov 16, 2015 03:28:00 PM

Tommy Fleetwood will stay on in Shanghai to take part in this week's BMW Masters at Lake Malaren.

The Englishman had to settle for T30 in last week's WGC-HSBC Champions but this week's field is far less deep despite it being the penultimate leg of the European Tour's Final Series. Fleetwood is a healthy 21st on the Race to Dubai going into this week's event. He's contested it twice before but each time his finish has been compromised by one poor round. The 24-year-old opened with a 78 before recovering to finish T39 last year while a second-round 77 meant he couldn't better T34 in 2013. Gamers should take note that he's got some excellent form in China, including third place in this year's Shenzhen International and runner-up in the 2014 Volvo China Open.
Wed, Nov 11, 2015 03:49:00 AM