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Graeme Storm |

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (37) / 3/13/1978
Ht / Wt:  5'11 / 174
College: England

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After finally making his first cut of 2015, Graeme Storm is eyeing another move forwards in this week's Africa Open.
Storm was 0-4 prior to last week's Joburg Open after failing to cash in all three Gulf Swing events and also crashing out at halfway in the Malaysian Open. A second round 67 in Joburg got him into the weekend for the first time even though he slipped to T65 after a closing 74. He's missed both cuts in this event but generally does well on South African soil where he's 9-for-13 since the start of 2011. Mar 4 - 7:10 AM

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Graeme Storm qualified for his second U.S. Open by advancing from the sectional qualifier at Walton Heath in Surrey, England.

Storm previously missed the cut in the 2006 U.S. Open at Winged Foot. At 421st in the Official World Golf Ranking, he is a long shot to contend to say the least. He's missed seven of his last nine cuts across the globe, failing to break into the top 60 on the two occasions when he did cash.
Tue, Jun 10, 2014 08:53:00 AM

With a 36-hole total of 12-under-par 65-62=127, Graeme Storm earned medalist honors at today's International Final Qualifying-Europe at Sunningdale Golf Club in England.

Storm co-medaled the IFQ-Europe in 2009, also at Sunningdale. Nine others also gained entry into the British Open via today's qualifier, including runner-up Alexander Noren (130), who won the Saab Wales Open on Sunday. Gary Boyd, Thomas Levet and Peter Whiteford shot 131. Gregory Bourdy, Alexjandro Canizares, Kenneth Ferrie and Richard McEvoy completed the 36-hole qualifier in 132. And George Coetzee (133) converted a birdie putt of 12 feet to survive a 5-for-1 playoff for the final berth. He outlasted Soren Kjeldsen, Pablo Larrazabal, Brett Rumford and Mark Tullo. Other notables that failed to qualify include Niclas Fasth (134), Nick Dougherty (135), Soren Hansen (135), Richie Ramsay (135), Simon Dyson (136), Paul McGinley (137), Oliver Wilson (138), Chris Wood (138), Johan Edfors (139), Shane Lowry (141) and Colin Montgomerie (145). Rafa Echenique, who shared medalist honors with Storm in 2009, checked in at 141.
Mon, Jun 6, 2011 05:03:00 PM

Graeme Storm shared medalist honors with Rafa Echenique at today's 36-hole IFQ-Europe at Sunningdale GC in England.

The duo finished an aggregate 10-under-par 130 on the New and Old Courses, leading a group of 10 into next month's British Open. David Drysdale (131) aced the 10th hole on the New Course en route to qualifying. Two weeks after finishing as the co-medalist in the U.S. Open qualifier in England, Raphael Jacquelin (132) qualified today for the British. Gary Orr (131), Branden Grace (131), Paul Broadhurst (132) and Rhys Davies (132) also earned tee times at Turnberry. Finally, Oliver Fisher (133) and Richard Ramsay (133) survived a 6-for-2 playoff to get into the major. Notables that failed to qualify include Thomas Bjorn (134), Nick Dougherty (136), Christian Cevaer (138), Scott Strange (139), Shane Lowry (139), Niclas Fasth (140) and Johan Edfors (148).
Mon, Jun 8, 2009 03:39:00 PM

Graeme Storm shot an opening round of 65 to lead at the PGA Championhip by two strokes.

Graeme won the French Open earlier this year and is a surprise leader after an 18-over-par performance at last week's WGC-Bridgestone. Graeme commented after his round that he was tired but, "But this is quite a buzz after shooting the score that I have done." He is scheduled to tee off at 7:30 AM CDT on Friday.
Thu, Aug 9, 2007 10:00:00 PM

Graeme Storm fired a final round of 66 to win the Open de France ALSTOM by one stroke.

Storm, a former British Amateur Champion and Walker Cup player, took the lead with a birdie on the 14th hole and waited in the clubhouse as the field couldn't catch him. The most notable collapse came from Colin Montgomery who three-putt bogeyed the 15th, and followed it up with a bogey on the 16th to fall into a tie for third place. The win gives Storm a two-year exemption on the European Tour and he gains entry into the British Open via one of two spots for a mini-Order of Merit exemption. The other spot in the British Open was earned by Welshman Bradley Dredge.
Source: Guardian
Sun, Jul 1, 2007 08:21:00 PM