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Tommy Fleetwood

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (27) / 1/19/1991
Ht / Wt:  5'11 / 167

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No. 9 seed Tommy Fleetwood is set for a third crack at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play which returns to Austin Country Club in Texas.
The Englishman's strengths have been re-affirmed with this week's unveiling of the European Tour's SG stats. Fleetwood ranks second for SG: Tee to Green (+2.239), 12th for SG: Off the Tee (+0.933), 15th for Approach the Green (+0.945), yet 94th for SG: Putting (0.266). He made a decent tournament debut at Harding Park in 2015, making the last eight, but at Austin last year he didn't progress from the group stage, victory over Zach Johnson insufficient after defeats against Matt Kuchar and Brendan Steele. In all individual match play he owns a record of 6-5. He has been drawn in Group 9 and will open proceedings with a very tasty tie against format specialist and fellow countryman Ian Poulter, before taking on Daniel Berger and Kevin Chappell. Mar 20 - 4:51 AM

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Tommy Fleetwood will make a second appearance in the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard this week at the Bay Hill Club & Lodge.

Twelve months ago the Englishman rebounded from a terrible first lap of 78 (which left him T108), initially with a superb 66 to make the cut, and then with weekend circuits of 70 and 68 for T10. It was a performance which introduced him to the PGA audience, after his success on the European Tour, and he backed it up throughout 2017, with T4 in the U.S. Open the standout. That's a result he repeated just a few weeks ago at the Honda Classic when a 70-68 start had him T3 at halfway and he hung around in fine style with weekend efforts of 67 and 69. Happy off the course, confident on it, the obvious next step for his career development is victory at this level.
Mar 13 - 7:12 AM

World No. 11 Tommy Fleetwood bobbed and weaved to a 5-under-par 33-33=66 in the final round of the WGC-Mexico Championship to conclude on 8-under 276,, up 14 places to T15 with play still in progress. UPDATE: With play completed, Fleetwood finished T14, led the field in total birdies, and bumps one post to a career-high 10th in OWGR.

Fleetwood is the clubhouse leader in birdies on the week with 23, including nine today. Unfortunately, he's currently T55 in bogeys with 13, two today, and T40 in doubles with two. This was the first-time member though not a rookie's fourth start of the season and third top 25, second straight (4th, Honda). It's his 10th overall WGC event with two prior top 10s, including a runner-up finish here last year, his career best on the PGA TOUR. For the week, the 27-year-old is currently in the top 25 in all strokes gained categories, highlighted by a 5th in SG: Off-the-Tee (5.250), but is 47th in SG: Approach at -1.742.
Mar 4 - 4:07 PM

Tommy Fleetwood continues to ride the wave as he prepares to tee it up in the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship at Club de Golf Chapultepec in Mexico City.

A tenth WGC start for the Englishman and a return to the scene of his best result too. His second here last year helped by weekend rounds of 66 which saw him briefly lead before Dustin Johnson recovered. Despite the near-miss it was a breakthrough week for Fleetwood and he'll be high on the memories, and more recent ones too, of finishing T4 last week in the Honda Classic, which itself was fuelled by a fine start to the year which has seen him defend the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship and peg T6 in the Dubai Desert Classic. His stats from last year show his fondness for the tee-to-green challenge: second for Total Driving, second for Ball-Striking, first for All-Round.
Feb 27 - 7:12 AM

Making his tournament debut, World No. 12 Tommy Fleetwood carved out a 1-under-par 33-36=69 in the final round of The Honda Classic to wrap on 6-under 274, good for a season-best solo 4th, two short of a two-man playoff involving overnight leader Luke List and eventual champ Justin Thomas. UPDATE: Fleetwood was the only player to record all rounds of par or better and bumps one spot to a career-high 11th in OWGR.

The first-time member though not a rookie claims top debutant (of 30) at PGA National and improves to 3-for-3 on the season with two top 25s (T20, WGC-HSBC). It's his fifth top 10 in 25 career TOUR starts, and jumps 62 places to 81st in the FedExCup standings. After kicking off with 70-68-67, the 27-year-old began T4, two back. Playing out of the penultimate twosome, he striped 12 (of 14) fairways and hit 14 greens in regulation, gaining 1.967 strokes approaching-the-green and 1.248 around-the-green. The Englishman went out in 2-under, outpacing bogey-5 at hole 6 with three birdies at 3, 7 and 8, and briefly held the lead on 7-under thru 11 holes. He retreated two with back-to-back bogeys at 14 (3-putt from 38'1") and 15 (missed par-saver from 5'7"), before a walk-off birdie-4. Fleetwood posted 1.786 putts per GIR and -1.571 SG: Putting, needing 30 total putts. For the week, he led with two eagles and added 13 birdies against nine bogeys and a double.
Feb 25 - 7:23 PM

Making his tournament debut, World No. 12 Tommy Fleetwood walked off with eagle at 18 to finish up a 3-under-par 33-34=67 in the third round of The Honda Classic, dipping one spot to T4 on 5-under 205, two short of 54-hole leader Luke List. UPDATE: Fleetwood will play out of the penultimate twosome in R4 with Webb Simpson.

The first-time member though not a rookie is chasing his first TOUR title in 25 career starts. His career best is solo 2nd at the 2017 WGC-Mexico, where he finished one back of champion Dustin Johnson. The Englishman is a four-time winner on the Euro Tour in 185 career events, most recently the 2018 Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship five weeks ago. After opening in 70-68, he began T3, one back of co-leaders List and Jamie Lovemark. Playing out of the third-to-last twosome, Fleetwood hit 11 (of 14) fairways and 11 greens in regulation, gaining 1.358 strokes approaching-the-green and 1.273 around-the-green. He squared bogey-6 at hole 3 (second shot into the water) and double bogey-6 at 13, outflanked by birdie-3s at 8 and 16, the walk-off eagle from 7'11", and a hole-out eagle-2 at 4 from 140 yards away. The 27-year-old posted 1.545 putts per GIR and 1.357 SG: Putting with 26 total putts.
Feb 24 - 6:52 PM

Tommy Fleetwood flashed his wind aptitude during round two of The Honda Classic, styling a 2-under-par 33-35=68 to give himself a seat inside the top 5 on 2-under 138.

The Englishman put on a stripe show today, striping 10 (of 14) fairways en route to 11 greens in regulation. He ranks inside the top 30 in both of those categories for the week. That steady striking set up plenty of good looks from inside 15 feet. He actually missed three of those chances today, but it's tough to be picky when you consider the mediocre conditions of the greens and wind, both aspects that make the putting tougher this week. While many golfers are losing the battle with The Bear Trap, Fleetwood has recorded five pars and one bogey through the first two rounds. That is good for +1.89 strokes over the field. The Southport native will be hoping the conditions remain the same over the weekend (windy and firm).
Feb 23 - 6:04 PM

Tommy Fleetwood sets his eyes on Riviera Country Club for his course and tournament debut at this week's Genesis Open.

World No. 13 arrives with European Tour form that reads: 6-WIN-T6 since the start of the new season. There is no letdown for the Englishman after winning the 2017 Race to Dubai and also getting married in December. With dual-membership in 2018, Fleetwood will be very active. His anticipated PGA TOUR schedule includes stops at the Honda Classic, WGC-Mexico, Arnie's Invite, WGC-Match Play, and the Masters. He's also on the tentative field list for the Valspar, maintaining a very busy workload, leading up to the Masters. When asked about whether he has any experience on kikuyu grass, he responded "Yeah, a couple of times, not loads. Seems all right. Hit the fairway, hit the greens and you'll be all right." A simple plan this week for the ball-striking extraordinaire.
Feb 14 - 9:32 AM

Tommy Fleetwood heads to the Dubai Desert Classic at Emirates GC in the United Arab Emirates ready to improve on an average course record and in the form of his life to do so.

In the wake of his superb win last week the Englishman made a revealing point: "Sort of the biggest thing for us after last year was that I'd had the year of my life by a long, long way. But we want to keep progressing, keep improving. Also if Justin Rose had shot level par on that back nine on Sunday in The Race to Dubai, then I wouldn't have finished No. 1. It was important to look at it that way and stay hungry." In other words, no sitting on any laurels. Six trips to the Majlis Course haven't been too profitable. In fact only once has he been inside the top 50, when T10 in 2013. That year he was in contention (and the top five) all week until a Sunday 72, so his best golf has worked on this track. Last week's win proved the form is great, perhaps the main concern will be managing the emotional and adrenalin drain off his defense.
Jan 24 - 4:28 AM

Tommy Fleetwood's back nine blitz overwhelmed a quality field as he successfully defended his Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, pegging a 7-under-par 35-30=65 to total 22-under 266; he finished two swings clear of long-time Sunday leader Ross Fisher and drew the sting of Rory McIlroy's challenge.

What a transformation at Abu Dhabi GC for the Englishman: back-to-back wins having previously limped to 1-for-5. Two behind at the start of Sunday's play red numbers at 2 and 3 made for a good start, but following a dropped shot at No. 6, and Fisher's quick opening, Fleetwood trailed by five after 8 holes, but he accelerated off the turn, with birdie at ten followed by a 12'0" birdie conversion at 12. Off the 13th tee his drive into scrub seemed to put him on the back foot; no bother, with a restricted swing near a tree he hit his second to 8'0" and made it to get within one of Fisher's lead. At the par-3 15th he played safe from the tee only to then drain a 30'0" subtle left-to-righter to join the lead and at the very next hole he repeated the dose to take sole ownership. Within seconds of that move Fisher three-putted the 15th before a chip-and-putt birdie at the final hole confirmed the emotional Fleetwood's back nine 30 and the win.
Jan 21 - 8:06 AM

Tommy Fleetwood crafted a bogey-free 5-under-par 34-33=67 in round three of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, remaining just two off the lead but slipping a spot down the leaderboard to T4 on 15-under 201.

That's another impressive display by the Englishman although he burned the edge of the hole numerous times and it could have been lower. The defending champion made an immediate move Saturday with a pair of opening birdies but a red circle on the par-5 10th was his only deviation from par over the next 12 holes. However, Fleetwood kept his patience and picked up further shots on 15 and 18 to finish two behind leaders Thomas Pieters and Ross Fisher. "For me, it's been a really solid week so far," said Fleetwood. "Happy with my game and that's just what I've got to go out and do tomorrow. Go out with the same attitude and hopefully I'll swing it the same and have a lot more chances and we'll see what happens."
Jan 20 - 9:29 AM

Tommy Fleetwood maintained the pace at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship; his second round 4-under-par 34-34=68 left him T3 and just two shots behind leader Thomas Pieters heading into the weekend on 10-under 134.

His improvement on this course continues to astound, or maybe highlight how large a sample size needs to be before it can be trusted. Through his first five appearances and 12 rounds the Englishman averaged 72.17 swings per lap on this course. In his last six circuits he averages 67.5. On Friday he made bogey at the 16th. Not such big news ordinarily, but it was his first on the course in 48 holes and just his second in 65. Prior to that he had ticked 2, 8 and 12 and after the error he bounced back in perfect style: birdie at 17 from 22'0" and another par breaker at the par-5 last. "I wasn't quite on it," he admitted. "More of an effort. The back nine was about staying patient, staying in it. I holed out really well. The finish has put me that little bit closer. Try and make a move tomorrow."
Jan 19 - 8:43 AM

Tommy Fleetwood's defense of his Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship title began in suitable style Thursday; he landed 18 greens in regulation on his way to grabbing the early clubhouse lead on 6-under-par 33-33=66 at Abu Dhabi GC. UPDATE: Fleetwood finished R1 tied for the lead with Hideto Tanihara and a shot clear of five others.

Twelve months ago the Englishman found 66 of 72 putting surfaces in standard shots and he showed no sign of having lost that handy knack in round one. He opened and closed his first nine (the back) with birdie-4s at 10 and 18, posting birdie-3 at 13 in-between. On the front nine he completed the full set of long hole par breakers (at 2 and 8), with a further tick at the sixth. "I did what you need to do well on this course," he said. "Drove it well, hit good irons, don't be too greedy. Very stress-free for me. The rough is actually thick in places. It will catch you out." It is as if Fleetwood has discovered some magic formula on the Pete Harradine design. Through his first five visits he missed four cuts and broke par just twice in 12 circuits. In his last five rounds he has only once needed more than 67 swings and has never been outside the top six at the end of a round, something which is unlikely to change by day's end.
Jan 18 - 4:05 AM

Overnight leader Tommy Fleetwood slowed his pace but still managed a 3-under-par 33-36=69 during round two of the Hero World Challenge, entering the weekend in a share of second place on 9-under 135.

The Englishman could do no wrong on Thursday but he ran into a bit of trouble today. It was smooth sailing on the front nine with four birdies and one bogey. After the turn, he sprayed a drive into the native area on the par-4 10th and needed two swipes just to get it back into the fairway. Ultimately, he settled for a double bogey there and bled another stroke at the following hole. Fleetwood salvaged the round with a three-hole birdie train at the 13th thru 15th. Despite a few hiccups today, Fleetwood is still in great position heading into the weekend, just three off the pace set by Charley Hoffman.
Fri, Dec 1, 2017 04:46:00 PM

Arriving on the heels of some superb play overseas, Tommy Fleetwood fired a bogey-free, 6-under-par 32-34=66 during round one of the Hero World Challenge, good for early possession of the clubhouse lead.

The Englishman secured the 2017 Race to Dubai title just two weeks ago and opted to keep playing with a solo sixth-place finish at the UBS Hong Kong Open to kick off the new European Tour season. His lead-up to this event included seven straight top 25s worldwide and he's not ready to pack up his clubs just yet. Today, it was all about smooth striking as he gave himself plenty of scoring chances, racking up six birdies. The highlight came at the par-4 fourth hole where his approach from outside 150 yards just smothered the flagstick, leading to a tap-in birdie. Making his course and tournament debut, Fleetwood is off to a stellar start, leading by one after the opening round. Following this week's event, Fleetwood will be sticking around to say his vows next Tuesday.
Thu, Nov 30, 2017 04:35:00 PM