Synonyms for wiesberger or Related words with wiesberger
Examples of "wiesberger"
Paul Casey, Branden Grace, Anirban Lahiri, Bernd
David Lynn, Graeme McDowell (12), Thorbjørn Olesen, Ian Poulter (9), Bernd
An Byeong-hun, Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Søren Kjeldsen, Andy Sullivan, Bernd
In May 2015,
lost in a three-man sudden-death playoff at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open. He started the final round two strokes behind Søren Kjeldsen and despite shooting a 74, entered the playoff with Kjeldsen and Eddie Pepperell. Kjeldsen won on the first extra hole with a birdie.
has lost all three sudden-death playoffs in his European Tour career. On 5 July
would win his third event on the European Tour when he took the Alstom Open de France.
took victory by three strokes over Englishmen James Morrison,
had also started the round four strokes back of South African Jaco Van Zyl but stormed back with final round 66. With this being his third win on tour, he became the most successful Austrian golfer in the history of the European Tour, moving ahead of Markus Brier, who had two wins.
Jamie Donaldson, Stephen Gallacher, Branden Grace, Thongchai Jaidee, Anirban Lahiri, Shane Lowry, Joost Luiten, Bernd
, Danny Willett
Rafael Cabrera-Bello, George Coetzee, Marcus Fraser, Shane Lowry, Richie Ramsay, Marcel Siem, Bernd
, Danny Willett
became the first Austrian to play in the U.S. Open. He earned entry through his world ranking (60th, the last available position for guaranteed entry) the Monday prior to the event. At the 2014 PGA Championship,
was one off the lead of Rory McIlroy after 54 holes at Valhalla Golf Club and was paired with McIlroy in the final round of the championship. However,
shot a three-over par round on the final day and finished in a tie for 15th.
Nine players appeared in their first major: Matt Dobyns, Michael Frye, William McGirt, Bill Murchison III, Rod Perry, Corey Prugh, Paul Scaletta, Doug Wade and Bernd
In July 2015, when he won the Alstom Open de France,
became the most successful Austrian golfer on the European Tour with three tour victories.
Richard Bland, Grégory Bourdy, Bradley Dredge, Ross Fisher, Scott Hend (6), Andrew Johnston, Rikard Karlberg, Alexander Lévy, Joost Luiten, Bernd
played on the Challenge Tour in 2007 and 2008. He earned his European Tour card for the 2009 season through qualifying school. He was unable to win enough money during his rookie season to retain his card and returned to the Challenge Tour.
won two events, the Allianz Golf Open de Lyon and the Allianz Golf Open du Grand Toulouse, en route to a 5th-place finish on the Order of Merit, good enough for a European Tour card for 2011.
Nine of the field were appearing in their first WGC event: Oliver Bekker, Jamie Donaldson, Yoshinori Fujimoto, Joost Luiten, Toshinori Muto, Scott Piercy, Ted Potter, Jr., Marcel Siem and Bernd
Having suffered a hand injury in a car accident, Bennett resigned from the European Tour at the start of 2009. He has since become a caddy initially for Bernd
, and later for Trish Johnson on the Ladies European Tour.
Grégory Bourdy, Paul Casey, Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño, Tommy Fleetwood, Branden Grace (15), David Howell, Mikko Ilonen, Thongchai Jaidee, Matteo Manassero (7), Brett Rumford, Richard Sterne (15), Peter Uihlein, Bernd
, Chris Wood
On 5 May 2013,
won his sixth professional tournament and the second of his career in Asia, beating reigning Open Champion Ernie Els by a shot at the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters for his first win of the season.
Keegan Bradley (9), Luke Donald (9), Jason Dufner (9), Branden Grace (8,9), J. B. Holmes (9), Thongchai Jaidee (8,9), Phil Mickelson (9), Ryan Moore (9), Charl Schwartzel (9), Brandt Snedeker (9,10), Lee Westwood (9), Bernd
(8,9), Danny Willett (8,9)
(born 8 October 1985) is an Austrian professional golfer who plays on the European Tour. He ended 22nd in the 2012 season standings with two wins, and 28th in 2013 with six top 10s.
An Byeong-hun, Rafael Cabrera-Bello (19), Bill Haas (19), Tyrrell Hatton (19), Yuta Ikeda (19), Francesco Molinari (19), Alexander Norén (19), Louis Oosthuizen (19), Thomas Pieters (19), Andy Sullivan, Bernd
(19), Chris Wood
was born in Vienna. He won several amateur tournaments, including three Austrian Amateur Stroke Play Championships from 2004 to 2006, the Austrian Amateur Match Play Championship in 2004 and the Austrian Youths Championship in 2004 and 2005. He represented his country at the 2004 and 2006 Eisenhower Trophy. He turned professional in 2006.
Of the 32 matches played, 16 were upsets. These included #5 Jim Furyk (lost to #44 Thongchai Jaidee), #7 Day (lost to #38 Branden Grace), #8 Dustin Johnson (lost to #37 Charl Schwartzel), #9 Scott (lost to #36 Paul Casey), and #10 Sergio García (lost to #39 Bernd
). Two players, #13 Rickie Fowler and #60 John Senden, were guaranteed to advance.
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