Synonyms for lonard or Related words with lonard

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Examples of "lonard"
Lonard was a member of the International Team at the Presidents Cup in 2003 and 2005.
Stephen Ames, Jim Carter, Jonathan Kaye, Peter Lonard, Jeff Maggert, Tim Petrovic, Chris Smith
Michael Campbell (17), Darren Clarke (17), Niclas Fasth (17), Toshimitsu Izawa, Shingo Katayama, Peter Lonard (17), Eduardo Romero (17), Justin Rose (17), Toru Taniguchi, Scott Verplank (17)
Everitt, J.H., Drawe, D.L., Little, C.R., and Lonard, R.I. 2011. Grasses of South Texas. Texas Tech University Press, Lubbock, Texas. 336 pp. (ISBN 978-0-89672-668-0)
Everitt, J.H., Drawe, D.L., Little, C.R., and Lonard, R.I. 2011. Grasses of South Texas. Texas Tech University Press, Lubbock, Texas. 336 pp. (ISBN 978-0-89672-668-0)
All the amateurs were playing in their first Masters, as were Rich Beem, Jonathan Byrd, Chad Campbell, K. J. Choi, Thomas Levet, Peter Lonard, Pat Perez, Chris Riley, John Rollins, Justin Rose, and Phil Tataurangi.
Mark Brown, Daniel Chopra, Nick Dougherty, Richard Finch, Ross Fisher, Steve Flesch, J. B. Holmes, Brendan Jones, James Kingston, Pablo Larrazábal, Peter Lonard, Steve Lowery, Craig Parry, Chez Reavie, Brett Rumford, Scott Strange, D. J. Trahan, Johnson Wagner, Steve Webster
Thomas Bjørn (17), Ángel Cabrera (17), Joakim Haeggman, David Howell (17), Trevor Immelman, Fredrik Jacobson, Miguel Ángel Jiménez (17), Thomas Levet, Peter Lonard (17), Nick O'Hern (17), Ian Poulter (17)
Peter Lawrence Lonard (born 17 July 1967) is an Australian professional golfer who has played mainly on the U.S.-based PGA Tour. He credits fellow Australian Greg Norman as his inspiration.
Michael Campbell, Paul Casey (17), Darren Clarke (17), Sergio García (17), Pádraig Harrington (17), Toshimitsu Izawa, Peter Lonard (17), Colin Montgomerie (17), Ian Poulter (17), Phillip Price, Eduardo Romero
Rich Beem (4), Ángel Cabrera (4), José Cóceres (4), John Cook (4), Chris DiMarco (4), Bob Estes (4), Brad Faxon, Fred Funk, Toshimitsu Izawa, Jerry Kelly (4), Justin Leonard (4), Peter Lonard, Steve Lowery, Len Mattiace (4), Scott McCarron, Rocco Mediate (4), José María Olazábal (4), Kenny Perry, Eduardo Romero (4), Justin Rose (4), Kevin Sutherland (4)
Stuart Appleby (4), Thomas Bjørn (4,5,18), Steve Elkington, Ernie Els (2,3,4,5,10,14), Gary Evans, Sergio García (4,5,18,14), Retief Goosen (4,5,10,14), Søren Hansen (5), Pádraig Harrington (4,5,18), Justin Leonard (2,3,4,14), Thomas Levet, Peter Lonard (4,22), Davis Love III (4,13,18), Shigeki Maruyama (4,14), Peter O'Malley (22), Nick Price (2,3,4,14)
In addition, touring professional and multiple Australian Open and Australian PGA winner Peter Lonard is a product of the cadet program at the club. He also served his PGA traineeship there, and was the club professional for some years before rejoining the tour after recovering from Ross River Fever.
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)
Stuart Appleby (15,16,17), Jason Bohn, Olin Browne, Bart Bryant (16,17), Mark Calcavecchia, Chad Campbell (15,16,17), K. J. Choi (16,17), Ben Crane (16,17), Lucas Glover, Pádraig Harrington (16,17), Charles Howell III, Brandt Jobe (16,17), Zach Johnson (17), Peter Lonard (16), Shigeki Maruyama (16), Billy Mayfair, Joe Ogilvie, Geoff Ogilvy (15,16,17), Sean O'Hair (16,17), Carl Pettersson (17), Ted Purdy, Vaughn Taylor, Scott Verplank (16,17)
Also in 2006, O'Hern won the Australian PGA Championship, after he holed out from the greenside bunker for birdie on the fourth hole of a two-man play-off with Peter Lonard. The win brought to an end a seven-year drought for O'Hern, and propelled him to the top of the PGA Tour of Australasia's Order of Merit for 2006. He has won five tournaments in Australia, and continues to play on the PGA Tour of Australasia during the northern hemisphere winter.
Lonard joined the United States based PGA Tour in 2002 and settled in well, winning over $1 million in his first season. He won the PGA Tour of Australasia's Order of Merit for a second time in 2003. His first win in the U.S. came at the 2005 MCI Heritage. He has featured in the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking. In 2009 he finished outside the top 150 of the money list and lost his PGA Tour card. He has mainly focused on the PGA Tour of Australasia and Web.com Tour since losing his PGA Tour card.
Stephen Ames (13), Stuart Appleby (13), Thomas Bjørn, Ángel Cabrera (4,5), Chad Campbell (17), K. J. Choi, Stewart Cink (13,17), Tim Clark, Darren Clarke (4,17), Fred Couples, Chris DiMarco (13,17), Luke Donald (4,17), Fred Funk (12,17), Jim Furyk (9,17), Sergio García (4,13,17), Mark Hensby (13), Tim Herron, Charles Howell III, Miguel Ángel Jiménez (4,17), Zach Johnson (13), Jerry Kelly (13), Peter Lonard, Shigeki Maruyama, Graeme McDowell (4), Paul McGinley (17), Colin Montgomerie (17), Nick O'Hern (4), Rod Pampling, Craig Parry, Kenny Perry (17), Ian Poulter (4,17), Rory Sabbatini (13), Adam Scott (12,13), Vijay Singh (11,13,21), David Toms (11,17)
Robert Allenby (17), Stephen Ames, Stuart Appleby (13,17), Chad Campbell (13), Paul Casey (4), K. J. Choi (17), Stewart Cink, Darren Clarke (4), Chris DiMarco (13,17), Brad Faxon (13), Steve Flesch, Jim Furyk (9,13,17), Jay Haas (13,17), Todd Hamilton (23), Pádraig Harrington (4), Charles Howell III (13,17), John Huston, Trevor Immelman (4), Miguel Ángel Jiménez, Zach Johnson, Jonathan Kaye (13), Jerry Kelly (17), Stephen Leaney (4,17), Peter Lonard (4,17,19), Shigeki Maruyama, Shaun Micheel (11), Phil Mickelson (10,17), Craig Parry, Ian Poulter (4), Chris Riley, Adam Scott (4,12,17), David Toms (11,13,17), Bob Tway (13,21), Scott Verplank (13), Mike Weir (10,13,17)
On 11 April 1960, the chief petty officers Hugh M. Bennett, Jr.; Joseph H. Blair, Jr.; Harry W. Hampson; Herbert F. Hardman; and Lynn S. Loveland were announced for promotion to ensign and moved into the ward room. Also on that date, the first-class petty officers George M. Bloomingdale; Richard R. Fickel; Joseph R. Flasco; Gene R. Hoke; Lonard F. Lehman; George W. Mather; J. C. Meaders; Russell F. Pion; Gerald R. Stott; and Robert R. Tambling were promoted to Chief Petty Officers and moved in the Chiefs' Quarters.