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Examples of "lingmerth"
Lingmerth earned his first PGA Tour win at the 2015 Memorial Tournament. At the 2015 Quicken Loans National, Lingmerth finished solo third with a final round 69, four shots behind the winner, Troy Merritt.
Goran R. Lingmerth (born November 11, 1964 in Nässjö, Sweden) is a former professional American football player who played in 1987 for the Cleveland Browns. His nephew is golfer David Lingmerth.
His uncle, Goran Lingmerth, played for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League.
David Lingmerth (born 22 July 1987) is a Swedish professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour.
Lingmerth continued on the Web.com Tour in 2012 and after losing a playoff earlier in the year, he won his first title on the tour at the Neediest Kids Championship in October, finishing a stroke ahead of Casey Wittenberg. Lingmerth ended the season ranked 10th on the money list, which earned him his PGA Tour card for the 2013 season.
In January 2016, Lingmerth lost in a sudden-death playoff to Jason Dufner at the CareerBuilder Challenge. This was the second time that Lingmerth had lost in a playoff at the event, following his runner up finish to Brian Gay in 2013. He lost on the second extra hole after hooking his second shot into the water at the 18th and had earlier had a putt for the victory from 20 feet on the first playoff hole. Despite this, the result moved Lingmerth into the top 50 in the world rankings.
Erik Compton, Luke Guthrie, James Hahn, Matt Jones, Jerry Kelly, Scott Langley, Richard H. Lee, Justin Leonard, David Lingmerth, David Lynn, Brian Stuard, Nicholas Thompson
Jamie Donaldson, Sergio García (9), Emiliano Grillo (9), Billy Horschel (9), Martin Kaymer (9), Russell Knox (9,10), Marc Leishman (9), David Lingmerth (9), Phil Mickelson (9), Adam Scott (9,10), Justin Thomas (9,10)
Lingmerth played college golf at the University of West Florida (one year) and the University of Arkansas (three years) where he was a two-time All-American. He won one event at West Florida and another at Arkansas.
In 2010, Lingmerth finished college and turned professional. He went through all stages of the PGA Tour Qualifying school, and finished T59th to earn a place on the Nationwide Tour (now known as the Web.com Tour).
In January 2016, Dufner won his fourth PGA Tour title at the CareerBuilder Challenge at PGA West. This ended a two-and-a-half year winless drought since his 2013 PGA Championship victory. He defeated David Lingmerth in a sudden-death playoff after both players finished four shots clear of the field at 25-under-par. Lingmerth had a chance to win on the first playoff hole, but could not hole his birdie putt from 20 feet and Dufner had to hole a 10-foot putt for par, meaning the players returned to the 18th for the second extra hole. After finding the light rough with his tee shot, Lingmerth hooked his second shot into the water on the left, allowing Dufner to comfortably finish the hole and take the title.
In only his second career start on the PGA Tour, Lingmerth finished as a joint runner-up at the Humana Challenge after losing in a three-man playoff. He shot a 10-under-par round of 62 in the final round to get into the playoff alongside Brian Gay and Charles Howell III. He was eliminated at the first extra hole after finding the water with his second shot to the par-5 18th hole. Lingmerth also led the 2013 Players Championship in the third round, finishing T2, two strokes behind Tiger Woods. He finished his rookie season in 75th place, to retain his card for 2014.
A late bogey for Lingmerth, and strong play from the final group, left a three-way tie for the lead on a congested leaderboard at the conclusion of the third round. Lingmerth would play the final round with García, who finished birdie-birdie-par, while co-leader Tiger Woods was one group back, alongside another outsider in former U.S. Amateur runner-up Casey Wittenberg. Ryan Palmer, who had lost a close friend in a traffic accident at the start of the week, was also amongst those one stroke back.
Jimmy Walker won the par 3 contest with a score of 19 (−8), a new tournament record. Nine holes-in-one were made, surpassing the previous record of five set in 2002 and 2015. The players to record an ace were: Rickie Fowler, Zach Johnson, Smylie Kaufman, David Lingmerth, Gary Player, Webb Simpson, Andy Sullivan, Justin Thomas, and Walker.
The 2013 Players Championship was the 40th Players Championship, held May 9–12 at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. Tiger Woods won his second Players Championship, two strokes ahead of runners-up David Lingmerth, Jeff Maggert, and Kevin Streelman.
Sweden has entered four golfers (two per gender) into the Olympic tournament. David Lingmerth (world no. 48), Henrik Stenson (world no. 6), Pernilla Lindberg (world no. 90) and Anna Nordqvist (world no. 11) qualified directly among the top 60 eligible players for their respective individual events based on the IGF World Rankings as of 11 July 2016.
Play was suspended at 5:28 p.m. CDT due to thunderstorms with Jason Day and Matt Jones tied for the lead at nine-under par. David Lingmerth was the clubhouse leader at seven-under. Hiroshi Iwata tied a major championship record with a round of 63 (−9), the 27th time that had been achieved in a major and 13th time at the PGA Championship.
Steven Bowditch (16), Fabián Gómez, Emiliano Grillo (17,18), Jim Herman, Smylie Kaufman, Chris Kirk, Kevin Kisner (16,17,18), Russell Knox (17,18), Danny Lee (16,17,18), David Lingmerth (18), Davis Love III, Shane Lowry (17,18), Graeme McDowell, Troy Merritt, Brandt Snedeker (16,17,18), Vaughn Taylor, Justin Thomas (17,18)
An Byeong-hun, Bae Sang-moon, Steven Bowditch, Andrew Dodt, Matt Every, Fabián Gómez, James Hahn, Pádraig Harrington, Mikko Ilonen, Søren Kjeldsen, Pablo Larrazábal, Danny Lee, David Lingmerth, David Lipsky, Joost Luiten, Ben Martin, Troy Merritt, Marcel Siem, Gary Stal, Camilo Villegas, Oliver Wilson
An Byeong-hun (3), Daniel Berger (3,4), Paul Casey (3), Kevin Chappell (3), Harris English, Jim Furyk (3), Emiliano Grillo (3,4), Charley Hoffman (3,4), Kim Kyung-tae (3), Kevin Kisner (3,4), Søren Kjeldsen (3), Russell Knox (3,4), Brooks Koepka (3), David Lingmerth (3), Shane Lowry (3,4), William McGirt (3,4), Kevin Na (3), Scott Piercy (3), Justin Rose (3,4), Brandt Snedeker (3,4), Justin Thomas (3,4)