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(born 20 January 1970) is a Swedish professional golfer.
(born 13 November 1972 in Gävle) is a retired Swedish professional golfer.
has been CEO of Ovako since 2015. The Chairman of Ovako's Board of Directors is Joakim Olsson.
Glacier () is a glacier between Mount Creak and Tito Peak that flows east from Endeavour Massif to Tripp Ice Tongue, Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was named after Captain E.E.
, U.S. Navy, Medical Officer of Task Force 43 in the Ross Sea area during Operation Deep Freeze I, 1955–56.
Her brother Peter
is also a professional golfer, with three European Tour wins. She is engaged to singer-songwriter Patrik Isaksson.
was a Swedish bobsledder who competed from the early 1950s to the early 1960s. He won a bronze medal in the four-man event at the 1961 FIBT World Championships in Lake Placid, New York.
had her most successful season in 2003 when she won the Biarritz Ladies Classic on the Ladies European Tour and qualified for the LPGA Tour in the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament held at LPGA International Legends Course in Florida.
According to Harvard professor Lester Grinspoon and Peter
, "In 1966 Abbott Laboratories sold the equivalent of two million doses of methamphetamine in powder form to a Long Island criminal dealer".
Darren Clarke, Richard Finch, Richard Green, Søren Hansen (19), Peter Hanson, Peter
, James Kingston, Pablo Larrazábal, Paul McGinley, Damien McGrane, Francesco Molinari, Colin Montgomerie, Charl Schwartzel, Anthony Wall
K. J. Choi, Stewart Cink, Tim Clark (9), John Cook, Fred Couples, Bob Estes, Sergio García (9,10), Peter
, Mark Hensby, Ryuji Imada, Peter Jacobsen, Davis Love III (9), Rocco Mediate, Aaron Oberholser, Corey Pavin, Nick Price
Christian Cévaër, Nick Dougherty, Simon Dyson, Ross Fisher, Ricardo González, Peter
, Jeppe Huldahl, Michael Jonzon, Martin Kaymer, James Kingston, Søren Kjeldsen, Thomas Levet, Shane Lowry, Rory McIlroy, Alexander Norén, Álvaro Quirós, Scott Strange (10), Daniel Vancsik, Lee Westwood
was born in Gävle, Sweden. He won the 1986 Swedish Boys Championship when he was 16. The following year he won the Doral Junior Classic in the United States and the Scandinavian Amateur Open. He was a member of the Continental Europe team that won the 1986 Jacques Léglise Trophy and also played in the event in 1987. He turned professional in 1988.
The inaugural event was won by Sergio García, who also happened to be the tournament host, having grown up playing golf on the course where his father is the club professional. García finished on a 20-under-par total of 264, winning by a margin of three strokes over Peter
Tripp Ice Tongue () is an ice tongue that occupies the north half of Tripp Bay on the coast of Victoria Land. The feature is nurtured by several glaciers (Fry Glacier,
Glacier, as well as ice from Oates Piedmont Glacier). It could be misleading to name this tongue in association with one of these partial sources. It is therefore named for its geographic location in Tripp Bay.
Mark Brown, Jonathan Byrd, Paul Casey, Darren Clarke, Fred Couples, Ben Crane, Ben Curtis, Nick Dougherty, Niclas Fasth, Ross Fisher, Alastair Forsyth, Hiroyuki Fujita, Richard Green, Søren Hansen, Peter Hanson, Peter
, Charles Howell III, Miguel Ángel Jiménez, Brendan Jones, Robert Karlsson, Martin Kaymer, James Kingston, Søren Kjeldsen, Pablo Larrazábal, Tom Lehman, Graeme McDowell, Colin Montgomerie, Nick O'Hern, Louis Oosthuizen, Hennie Otto, Corey Pavin, Prayad Marksaeng, Jyoti Randhawa, Charl Schwartzel, Jeev Milkha Singh, Scott Strange, Toru Taniguchi, Bubba Watson, Steve Webster, Lee Westwood, Oliver Wilson
has played mainly on the European Tour, on which he has won three tournaments. His best year-end ranking on the Order of Merit was 29th in 2008. His first win on the European Tour was at the Moroccan Open in 1996. He didn't win on the tour again until 2007 when he was victorious at the Maybank Malaysian Open, which was co-sanctioned with the Asian Tour. He picked up his third win in 2009 at the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles. He has also won three tournaments on the Challenge Tour. He represented Sweden in the 1996 Alfred Dunhill Cup.
His most successful year came in 2009 when he won the KLM Open for a second time, again at the first playoff hole, like he did in 2006, this time defeating Peter
and Peter Lawrie. The victory came after a final round 63 made sure of a place in the three-man playoff. Then in October Dyson shot a six-under final round of 66 to take victory at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Dyson finished the season ranked 8th on the Race to Dubai standings.
In 1920 Burrows won the 36-hole playoff by 5 strokes, 146 to 151. In 1954 Grappasonni and de Wit were tied at 154 after a 36-hole playoff. Grappasonni won the first extra hole. In 1955 Angelini beat de Wit in a 36-hole playoff, 142 to 143. In 1965 Miguel beat Benito at the first extra hole. In 1989 Olazábal beat Rafferty at the 9th hole of the sudden-death playoff. Olazábal had a double-bogey 6 while Rafferty took a triple-bogey 7. Chapman had dropped out of the playoff at the first extra hole after a bogey 5. In 1992 Langer beat Brand at the second extra hole. In 2001 Langer beat Bennett at the first extra hole after Bennett took a bogey 5. In 2006 Dyson beat Green at the first playoff hole with a birdie 3. In 2009 Dyson beat
and Lawrie at the first playoff hole with a birdie. In 2013 Luiten beat Jiménez with a par 4 on first extra hole.
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