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ROSS FISHER

Country:
United Kingdom
DOB:
November,22 1980
Residence:
Cheam, England
Birth Place:
Ascot, England
Turned Pro:
2004 (plus 4)

Biography

Produced some strong performances in lucrative events in 2015, finishing second in the Nedbank Golf Challenge – the first event on the season – and tied third in the WGC-HSBC Champions in November. The last of his five European Tour wins came at the 2014 Tshwane Open. Proved he could handle pressure when he won the Irish Open in 2010, sealing a spot in the 2010 European Ryder Cup team. With five qualifying events remaining he was outside the automatic places, but triumphed with a two shot win over home favourite Padraig Harrington at Killarney Golf and Fishing Club. Contributed two points from four on his Ryder Cup debut at The Celtic Manor Resort to help Europe on their way to a narrow victory over the United States. Won the Volvo World Match Play title at Finca Cortesin in November 2009, defeating American Anthony Kim in the 36 hole final to collect the third European Tour win of his career. Proved himself capable of challenging at the highest level by leading all four Major Championships at one stage in 2009, with his best finish coming at The Open where he took fifth spot. Left Turnberry in a hurry to attend the birth of his first child, daughter Eve. After a promising rookie season in 2006, he stepped up another level in 2007 when he won the KLM Open, his maiden title. Came close to a second title at the start of the 2008 campaign but lost out to Phil Mickelson in a play-off for the HSBC Champions. Soon banished that disappointment with a landslide seven stroke victory at the European Open. Learned the game at Wentworth Club after being introduced to it by his step-father at the age of three.

Victories

Career Records

European Tour Wins 5
Wins this season 0

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Current Rankings

OWGR 82
Race To Dubai 17
Biggest European Tour Prize: € 576,650 (2015)

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