International Top 10's
Race to Dubai Ranking
|Masters||US Open||The Open Championship||US PGA Championship|
|WGC – Mexico||WGC – Match Play||WGC – Bridgestone||WGC – HSBC Champions|
Data for last 3 years
I plan to use our success in The Ryder Cup in 2018 to really push on in 2019 and take my game to the next level as a full member of The PGA Tour.
After a solid season last year, I feel like I have a decent platform beneath me to play a full season on the PGA Tour and all the key events on the European Tour. It would be nice to competitive on both tours.
I have really moved my game up a gear this year where I finished 5th on the Race to Dubai rankings, secured a PGA Tour card and also had two more wins.
A big year where I won my first tournament – the Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews, Scotland. I also finished 4th on the Race to Dubai rankings and ended the year 24th in the official world golf rankings.
Building on my 1st year, I finished 35th in the Race to Dubai Rankings and gained more valuable experience on courses that suit my game.
I played 30 events in my first full season on tour and finished 36th in the Race to Dubai Rankings. I also finished 2nd at the Jo’burg Open in South Africa in just my 6th start that season.
After a full season on the Challenge Tour, I finished 10th on the Rankings which earned me a European Tour Card for the 2014 season.
I began my career on the EuroPro Tour, played well and finished 14th on the Order of Merit. I played 11 events on the Challenge Tour and had 2 top 10 finishes.
After playing in the 2010 Open Championship as an amateur, I turned pro the following year with a handicap of +4
|February||Waste Management Phoenix Open||America||PGA||T15|
|January||Omega Dubai Desert Classic||UAE||European||T38|
|January||Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship Presented By EGA||UAE||European||T72|
|November||DP World Tour Championship||UAE||European||T22|
|November||ISPS Handa Melbourne World Cup of Golf||Australia||PGA||T8|
|October||Alfred Dunhill Links Championship||Scotland||European||T2|
|September||The Ryder Cup||France||Winner|
|August||Dell Technologies Championship||USA||PGA||T12|
|August||US PGA Championship||USA||PGA & European||T10|
|August||WGC – Bridgestone Invitational||USA||PGA & European||T28|
|July||The 147th Open Championship||England||PGA & European||T51|
|July||Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open||Scotland||European||T9|
|June||HNA Open de France||France||European||T16|
|June||US Open||USA||PGA & European||T6|
|May||BMW PGA Championship||England||European||T96|
|May||Wells Fargo Championship||USA||PGA||T42|
|April||Masters Tournament||USA||PGA & European||T44|
|March||WGC – Dell Technologies Match Play||USA||PGA & European||T9|
|March||Arnold Palmer Invitational||USA||PGA||T69|
|February||WGC – Mexico Championship||Mexico||PGA & European||T3|
|January||Omega Dubai Desert Classic||UAE||European||3rd|
|January||Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship||UAE||European||T15th|
For a closer look at my results and statistics, see my tour bio’s below:
My dad has always played an important role in my life. He has really helped my technical game when I needed most but the role he plays as dad and mentor drives me on.
Mark ‘Punk’ Crane is hugely experienced caddy, having worked with Chris Wood during the Ryder Cup in 2016.
The guys at FireStart make sure I have everything I need to help me get the most out of my game. They keep my off-course commitments in check which keeps me focussed when I’m on-course.
There are so many great causes all over the world and the one that means the most to me personally is Sue Ryder. I believe in this charity as they took good care of my grandmother when she spent her last weeks and days in the Sue Ryder Nettlebed Hospice.
I encourage you to make a donation to this great charity.