Synonyms for pilkadaris or Related words with pilkadaris

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Examples of "pilkadaris"
Terry Peter Pilkadaris (born 30 October 1973) is an Australian professional golfer.
Rhandawa won in 2004 after a sudden death play-off against Terry Pilkadaris from Australia. He made a 15ft birdie putt on the second extra hole.
Brunei is the host to one of the richest marathons in Asia, offering more than $500,000 in prize money. Also, Brunei hosts the Brunei Open, a part of the Asian Golf Tour. Past winners include Terry Pilkadaris.
Gaunt was born in Lancefield, Victoria near Melbourne. His brother Chris is also a professional golfer. He lives in New Malden, England, with his wife, Caroline, and four children. He tied with Terry Pilkadaris for the Australian Medal in 1997 and turned professional in 1999.
The Brunei Open was an Asian Tour golf tournament. The 2005 staging was Brunei's first ever professional golf tournament, and it was won by Terry Pilkadaris of Australia. The event is held at the Jack Nicklaus-designed course at the Empire Hotel and Country Club. In 2010 the prize fund was US$300,000.
Pilkadaris was born in Perth, Western Australia. He turned professional in 1998, joining the PGA Tour of Australasia. Since 2002 he has played on the Asian Tour, where he has won three tournaments. He was fifth on the Asian Tour Order of Merit in both 2004 and 2005. He has also played on the European Tour since 2005.
U.S.: Stephen Allan, Jason Allred (L), Stuart Appleby, Arjun Atwal, Eric Axley, Aaron Baddeley, Rich Barcelo, Craig Barlow, Bennett Blakeman (a,L), Joseph Bramlett (a,L), Alex Čejka, Erik Compton (L), Jon Curran (L), Ben Curtis, Brian Davis, Brendon de Jonge, Kent Eger (L), Bob Estes, Harrison Frazar, David Frost, Bobby Gates, Jason Gore, Paul Goydos, Mathias Grönberg, Travis Hampshire (L), Russell Henley (a,L), J. J. Henry, Jim Herman, Morgan Hoffmann (a), Kent Jones, Erick Justesen (L), Kenny Kim (L), Derek Lamely, Scott Langley (a,L), Tom Lehman, Hugo Leon (L), Davis Love III, John Mallinger, Alex Martin (a,L), Dan McCarthy (L), Shaun Micheel, Noh Seung-yul, Deane Pappas, Blaine Peffley (L), Kevin Phelan (a,L), Terry Pilkadaris, Jason Preeo (L), Andrew Putnam (a,L), Matthew Richardson (L), Mark Silvers (L), Jerry Smith (L), Brandt Snedeker, Chris Stroud, Daniel Summerhays (L), Hudson Swafford (a,L), Ty Tryon (L), Bo Van Pelt, Charles Warren, Steve Wheatcroft, Gary Woodland