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Examples of "hensby"
Mark Adam Hensby (born 29 June 1971) is an Australian professional golfer.
Chris DiMarco (14,16,17), Luke Donald (14,15,16,17), Mark Hensby (11,16), Tim Herron (14,16), David Howell (16,17), Trevor Immelman, Tom Lehman (16,17), Justin Leonard (14,16,17), Thomas Levet, Rod Pampling (16,17)
Hensby won the Scandinavian Masters on the European Tour in 2005. He was as high as 27th in the Official World Golf Ranking in 2005.
K. J. Choi, Stewart Cink, Tim Clark (9), John Cook, Fred Couples, Bob Estes, Sergio García (9,10), Peter Hedblom, Mark Hensby, Ryuji Imada, Peter Jacobsen, Davis Love III (9), Rocco Mediate, Aaron Oberholser, Corey Pavin, Nick Price
The tournament was founded in 1998. Mark Hensby won the inaugural tournament at 20-under par, which is still the record low score. In 2005, Chris Couch tied the course record with a final round 60.
2004 was a breakthrough season for Hensby as he sought to establish himself on the PGA Tour. He collected his first win at the 2004 John Deere Classic, where he defeated John E. Morgan in a sudden-death playoff, and also had several other top 10 finishes on his way to 15th place on the end of season money list. The following season, he made an impact in the majors, finishing tied for 5th at the Masters, tied for 3rd in the U.S. Open, and tied for 15th in the British Open. In 2005, Hensby made the cut in all four majors and was awarded with a spot in the 2005 Presidents Cup.
One of three children born to Robert Fanthorpe (1880–1964), a shopkeeper, and Greta Christine (née Garbutt), a teacher of shorthand, he had a half-brother Hugh Cuthbert "Bert" Fanthorpe (1904–1985), and half-sister Mona Sylvia Fanthorpe (1910–1990), both born to Robert's first wife Elizabeth, (née Hensby), born in 1879 and who died in the early 1930s.
Tiger Woods stormed out to a 66 (−6) for a one shot lead over Mark Hensby, who missed a birdie putt on the 18th green. Defending champion Todd Hamilton shot 74 (+2) and Jack Nicklaus, the 18-time major champion, carded 75 (+3).
Stuart Appleby (3,4), Ángel Cabrera (3,4,5), Michael Campbell, Tim Clark (3,4), Fred Funk, Retief Goosen (3,4), Mark Hensby, Trevor Immelman (3,4), Justin Leonard, Peter Lonard, Davis Love III (3,4,5), Nick O'Hern (3,4,5), Kenny Perry, Adam Scott (3,4,5), Vijay Singh (3,4,5), Mike Weir (3,4)
Then disaster occurred; on 7 June 1942, the Halifax performing H2S tests crashed, killing everyone on board and destroying the prototype H2S. One of the dead was Alan Blumlein, and his loss was a huge blow to the programme. Also killed in the crash were Blumlein's colleagues Cecil Oswald Browne and Frank Blythen; a TRE scientist Geoffrey S. Hensby, and seven RAF personnel.
Stephen Ames (16,17), Stuart Appleby (16,17), Chad Campbell (16,17), Stewart Cink (16,17), Darren Clarke (16,17), John Daly (16), Luke Donald (15,16,17), Carlos Franco, Jay Haas (16,17), Mark Hensby (16,17), Tim Herron (17), Zach Johnson (16,17), Jonathan Kaye (16,17), Jerry Kelly (16,17), Ryan Palmer, Rod Pampling (16), Jesper Parnevik, Kenny Perry (16,17), Ted Purdy, Rory Sabbatini (16,17), Bo Van Pelt, Scott Verplank (16,17)
Hensby played on what is now the Web.com Tour (formerly named the Nationwide Tour, the Buy.com Tour, the Nike Tour, and the Ben Hogan Tour) for several years from 1997 before he graduated to the PGA Tour for the 2001 season. He gained his place on the elite tour by virtue of his 2nd-place finish on the Buy.com Tour money list in 2000. In his rookie season, Hensby did not earn enough money to retain his card and was forced to return to the second tier for 2002, after failing to regain his place at the end of season qualifying school. In 2003, he picked up his third win on the Nationwide Tour and finished 7th on the money list, to graduate directly to the PGA Tour for the second time.
Johnson won his first PGA Tour event at the 2004 BellSouth Classic outside of Atlanta when he finished one stroke ahead of Mark Hensby. In 2006, Johnson recorded a number of impressive results including two runner-up places and finishing third at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship. As a result of this, he qualified for the U.S. Ryder Cup team for the first time in 2006, finishing 9th on the U.S. points list.
A series of injuries and three shoulder surgeries, plus two failed attempts at European Tour Q School, halted Hensby's career. He made his first PGA Tour start in two years (and first cut on any major tour since 2011) at the 2015 Barbasol Championship. He was the co-leader at the 36-hole point with rookie Whee Kim. Hensby finished T6, his first PGA Tour top ten finish in seven years.
Barden UK started life in 1947 as EMO Instrumentation. The founders, Bill Spencer and Stan Hensby, had several years of experience working in the Sperry Brentford gyro factory, cultivating their expertise in precision instrument bearings. After years of expansion, The Barden Corporation (US) purchased EMO Instrumentation and established The Barden Corporation (UK) Ltd in 1961. An ironic twist to the purchase was that Barden was created to supply bearings for a competing bombsight (Norden) with the Sperry product. The company relocated to Bracknell Berkshire until it moved to Plymouth on the South West coast of England in1977 before being purchased by FAG in 1991.
In November 2005 it was reported by the BBC that the tour was going through difficult times, with the schedule for the 2005/06 summer season reduced to six events, three of them co-sponsored by other tours. The Heineken Classic, which was the richest event in Australasia in 2005, was cancelled in 2006 due to the withdrawal of the sponsor. One factor in the tour's problems is the rise of the nearby Asian Tour. Tour chairman Wayne Grady, and player Mark Hensby both accused Australia's biggest golf icon Greg Norman, who is a U.S. resident, of not doing enough to support the tour. Norman dismissed their comments.
The inaugural event in 2007, at Grayhawk Golf Club's Raptor Course in Scottsdale, Arizona, was won by Canadian Mike Weir by one stroke over Mark Hensby. In 2008 the event was won by Cameron Beckman on the second playoff hole, when he parred it and Kevin Sutherland bogeyed it. In 2009, Troy Matteson set a PGA Tour 36-hole record by shooting 61-61=122 in the second and third rounds, and then won the tournament in a three-man playoff against Rickie Fowler and Jamie Lovemark. At CordeValle in San Martin in 2012, John Mallinger shot a 62, matching the course record and his PGA Tour best round.
Septych, is the name of a work by Australian artist, Jim Hensby (aka sheshouldknow), who added the image to the DeviantART website on October 24, 2007. It is described as a concept piece for seven skateboard (deck) designs he was doing for a fake skateboard company called American't. The artist jokes that a septych should be seven images if a diptych is two and a triptych is three. The homophone of septych, septic, is what the artists presents as his one word analogy of Christian institutionalized faith. 7 being the "divine number, 7 deadly sins presented over 7 boards creating a septych.
In the semi-final he faced Retief Goosen who the previous day had recorded a 12 and 11 win over Mark Hensby. Campbell defeated Goosen 7 and 6 and the next day beat Irishman Paul McGinley 2 and 1 in the final to take the championship and win the £1,000,000 richest prize in golf. He became only the fourth golfer to win the U.S. Open and the World Match Play titles in the same year, and the win moved him to the top of the European Order of Merit, ahead of Goosen. He finished the year ranked second on the Order of Merit.
Hensby was born in Melbourne, Victoria. He grew up in Tamworth, New South Wales and attended Tamworth High School, leaving at the age of 16 to work as a postie while spending most of his time on the golf course. He moved to the United States in 1994, and having initially stayed with family friends, for a time slept in his car parked at the Cog Hill Golf & Country Club near Chicago, Illinois. He won the Illinois State Amateur Championship in 1994 before turning professional the following year. He now lives in Mesa, Arizona.