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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 couldn’t ride the wave of recent success and crashed out of the CommercialBank Qatar Masters after a second round 1-over-par 38-35=73 left him 2-over for the week on 146, missing the cut mark by four swings at Doha GC.
The Englishman was sensational last week when winning the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, but he couldn’t maintain the pace as he carded a pair of 73s. As with the first round he was stymied by posting three bogeys in his opening nine. On both days he managed to add two birdies, but it was never enough with the field going low. Other notables to miss the weekend include: 143- Thongchai Jaidee, Gregory Bourdy, Paul Lawrie ... 144- George Coetzee, Robert Rock ... 146- Stephen Gallacher, Gary Stal … 147- Edoardo Molinari ... 148 – Mikko Ilonen. Jan 27 - 9:26 AM

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Tommy Fleetwood confirmed victory in the 2017 Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship with a sensational approach to the 72nd hole; his 17-under-par 271 left him one shot clear of Dustin Johnson and Pablo Larrazabal after he carded a final round 5-under 36-31=67.

The Englishman claimed his second European Tour win on his 162nd start, coming after an ever-improving run since early August which has seen him go 13-for-13 with ten top 25 finishes; the trophy tops it all very nicely. On the front nine the result had looked unlikely, however, as he made a bogey at the 3rd and waited until the 8th to get it back. But he made a superb move early in the back nine, chipping in for eagle-3 at the 10th and draining another par breaker from 8'0" at 11. That sent him to the top of the leaderboard. He pressed home with a 6'0" birdie at 16 and, after pulling his drive at the last, he blasted that magnificent 3-wood from the first cut onto the green and two-putted for birdie. It was a classy win, during which his long-term quality ball-striking was finally backed up with solid putting; it also confounded his previous form at the Abu Dhabi GC, where he was 1-for-5. "Didn't see it coming here," he laughed afterwards.
Jan 22 - 7:44 AM

Tommy Fleetwood crafted a third round 36-34=70 to hit the 54-hole mark of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship on 12-under 203, tied second with Dustin Johnston, Martin Kaymer, Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Pablo Larrazabal, one behind the leader Tyrrell Hatton.

The Englishman has been stoking the fire ever since returning to hid old coach back in July, the same time he took a friend on the bag. The changes reaped slow rewards that increased in tempo through the end of the year and don't look like slowing down meaning he has hopes of adding to his 2013 Johnnie Walker Championship title. His front nine Saturday was sticky, with a bogey-birdie brace at both 1 and 2, then 6 and 7. But a tidy back nine saw par breakers at 12 and 18. More importantly, although known for weak putting, he drained a 50'0" par saver at the 14th. If his form hinted at a good week, his course record didn't: he's 1-for-5 and had broken par just once in 12 rounds - something he's done three times this week.
Jan 21 - 8:19 AM

Tommy Fleetwood cruised to a bogey-free 5-under-par 34-33=67 in his second round at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship to arrive at 10-under 134, good enough for solo second on the live leaderboard and just a single shot behind 36-hole pacesetter Rafa Cabrera-Bello.

Fleetwood bogeyed his very first hole of the tournament on Thursday afternoon but has been flawless since. In contrast to yesterday's 67 when he played them in a combined evens, the Englishman cashed in on the par 5s today, birdieing three of the four. Circles on the front nine's two long holes (2 and 8) took him to the turn in 2-under and, after further red numbers at 11 and 14, he picked up his final shot of the day with a two-putt birdie on the 514-yard 18th. Although Fleetwood has missed four of five cuts here, this week's display is a continuation of the form he showed at the back end of 2016. The 26-year-old is overdue a win having not added to his sole European Tour victory at the 2013 Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles and he's in position to get it this weekend.
Jan 20 - 4:42 AM

Tommy Fleetwood picked up where he left off at the end of 2016, hoisting up a 5-under-par 35-32=67 in round of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship to end the day in T6 and three behind leader Henrik Stenson.

Fleetwood found his mojo in the final few months of last season by ending the 2016 Race to Dubai with seven top 15s in his last nine starts and posting T3 at December's Hong Kong Open in his 2017 opener. He arrived in Abu Dhabi having cashed just once in five previous visits (T19 in 2014) but wiped out some of those poor memories in his afternoon lap of Abu Dhabi GC. Fleetwood started with a bogey-6 at 10 but balanced the books with birdie at 11 and turned in 1-under 35 after picking up another shot at 17. But it was the second nine when the Englishman really got going and he posted birdies at 2, 4, 5 and 7 to match the low round of the afternoon and leap into the top 10.
Jan 19 - 8:55 AM

Tommy Fleetwood fought back to card a 2-under-par 34-34=68 in his final round at the UBS Hong Kong Open but had to settle for T3 on 11-under 269, two shots behind winner Sam Brazel.

Fleetwood's hopes of victory on his debut at Fanling were damaged early when he needed seven hits at the par-5 7th, a hole he had birdied in each of the first three rounds. He got those two shots back with birdies at 7 and 9 but the Englishman had to wait until 15 for his next red number. Another at 17 boosted his final pay cheque but ultimately wasn't enough to help secure a second European Tour win. Still, it's been another good week for Fleetwood, whose performances (eight top 15 finishes in 10 starts) in the final few months of 2016 suggest he has to be in the crosshairs for fantasy managers in 2017.
Sun, Dec 11, 2016 04:57:00 AM

Lifted by an eagle-3 on the back nine, Tommy Fleetwood authored a 3-under-par 32-35=67 in Saturday's third round to pull to within two shots of the lead with 18 holes to play at the UBS Hong Kong Open.

Fleetwood played Fanling's easier front nine in just 32 blows for the third day running, this time with birdies at 3 and 5 along with seven pars. He made his big jump with an eagle-3 at 13 after putting his second shot to six feet shot and teed off at the last just a shot off the pace. Unfortunately for the Englishman, he signed off with a bogey-5 although a deficit of just two shots on leaders Rafa Cabrera-Bello and Sam Brazel is something he can overcome. RCB has struggled to get over the line while Brazel is in unchartered territory at this level. In short, it's a golden chance for Fleetwood to post his second European Tour win.
Sat, Dec 10, 2016 05:08:00 AM

Tommy Fleetwood conjured a 2-under-par 32-36=68 to end the second round of the UBS Hong Kong Open on 6-under 134, five back of the leader Rafa Cabrera-Bello.

The Englishman is somewhat surprisingly still chasing his second European Tour title, over three years since he claimed the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles. But the 25-year-old's close to 2016 suggests that the second win might not be too far away annd it may even represent an early Christmas present if all goes well at the weekend. Friday was a contrast to Thursday in that the latter was bogey-free whilst the former witnessed three dropped shots, but he made up for it with five par breakers. There were two braces on the front nine, at 2 and 3, then 6 and 7, with the final one coming at 13. He turned dinner a little sour by dropping a shot at the final hole and joining a group of four tied third, with Sam Brazel alone in second on 8-under.
Fri, Dec 9, 2016 04:06:00 AM

Tommy Fleetwood's flawless 4-under-par 34-32=66 first round lap of Hong Kong GC left him T3 in the UBS Hong Kong Open, two shots behind the leader Rafa Cabrera-Bello.

The Englishman looks set to continue the two-tone trend of 2016. Before the Paul Lawrie Match Play in August he was 8-for-14 with just four top 25 finishes; since the head-to-head event he is 11-for-11 with nine top 25s. He's making his debut at Fanling, but has plenty of experience in China, including a T2 in the 2014 China Open and T3 in the 2015 Shenzhen International. He started on the back nine (and due to a quirk of the course the 11th tee) and ticked his first number at the 14th. The front nine had two more at 3 and 8 before he closed the day with a final birdie at the 10th.
Thu, Dec 8, 2016 03:52:00 AM

After a run of consistent form over the last few months, Tommy Fleetwood will chase the elusive thunderclap moment at this week's DP World Tour Championship, Dubai.

The Englishman's T14 in Sunday's Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa gave him a sixth top 15 finish in the last eight starts although T4 in the British Masters is the only time he's threatened to win and add to his sole European Tour victory. That came back at the 2013 Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles so a third winless season now beckons, a surprise for someone who has constantly been touted for great things. This is the fourth straight year he's made the season closer and he'll be hoping to beat the T12 he posted in 2014 (T37 and T53 either side). Fleetwood is 43rd on this year's Race to Dubai, that's down on his previous three finishes of 24th, 19th and 26th but it could all change this week.
Mon, Nov 14, 2016 02:49:00 PM

England's Tommy Fleetwood authored a 3-under-par 33-35=68 in round three of his home British Masters and will start Sunday's closing 18 holes at 12-under 201, four behind leader Alex Noren.

That looks a tough gap to close but if the Swede does slip, Fleetwood is in ideal position to pounce given that the two are only separated by one other player, Richard Bland. Today, he moved to 12-under with birdies at 2, 6, 9 and 14 against a sole bogey at 14. But in contrast to Friday's second round, Fleetwood ended his day with four straight pars after playing that same stretch in 4-under 24 hours earlier. With support from his home fans, he'll hope to find some late magic again on Sunday and secure just his second European Tour title.
Sat, Oct 15, 2016 01:01:00 PM

Tommy Fleetwood overcame a spluttering start to hang up a 4-under-par 35-32=67 in his second round at the British Masters, good enough for a share of third spot in the clubhouse and just a single shot behind leaders Alex Noren and Andrew Johnston.

After a bogey-free 66 on Thursday gave him a piece of the overnight lead, the Englishman put in reverse over the first five holes today with bogeys at 11, 13 and 14. But, roared on by his home crowd, Fleetwood played the next six holes in 6-under to charge back up the leaderboard. That run started with a par breaker at 15 before he went birdie-eagle-birdie-birdie from Nos. 17 to 2. After six more pars he signed off with a final birdie at 9 to slot in just one shot back. The 25-year-old has been hinting at something big for a while and it would be no surprise to see it come this weekend.
Fri, Oct 14, 2016 09:00:00 AM

Tommy Fleetwood sliced through the wind to join Mikko Ilonen, Marc Warren and Richard Sterne in a four-way tie for the first round lead at the British Masters after a 5-under-par 32-34=66.

The Englishman was born and brought up on the linksland of Southport so is no stranger to cold conditions and explained after his oening lap that it helped him deal with the crosswinds that were a feature of the first day. He also highlighted the fact that his entire game was in good shape: "Even the putter." He opened the tour with back-to-back birdies at 1 and 2, and added another at the 8th to turn in 3-under. He made solid progress on the back nine before closing in style with birdie 4s at the 559-yard 15th and 567-yard 18th. He's been T2 or T3 after 18 holes 11 times on the European and Challenge Tour, but this is the first time he has been 1st or T1.
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Thu, Oct 13, 2016 01:18:00 PM

Tommy Fleetwood rarely fails to deliver when he heads to the Kingdom of Fife for the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship hosted by St Andrews, Kingsbarns and Carnoustie.

Not so long ago Fleetwood's season was floundering somewhat and a scrap for his card looked a distinct possibility, so it says much about his composure and class that he has produced four top 20 finishes in his last five starts to avert any such possibility. It also means that he rocks up at a favorite event with no heavy pressure, just the prospect of adding to a superb record book in the three-venue championship. His finishes here read: T5-T55-T5-T2-T13 and 13 of his 20 rounds have been sub-70. Raised on the superb links land north of Liverpool, Fleetwood seems perfectly at home on these courses, at ease with the curious format (slow golf, amateur partners) and content with the requirement to go low.
Tue, Oct 4, 2016 06:02:00 AM

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.
Tue, Sep 13, 2016 05:14:00 AM