Søren the Golfer
|17th May 1975||220|
|Nationality||Race to Dubai|
|Danish||111 (€ None)|
Quiet year I never really found any consistent form this year. Finished 69th in The Race to Dubai, 3 Top 10 finishes with the highlight being my runner up finish at The Volvo China Open. Played my first ever Volvo World Match Play where I managed to get through the group stage before losing to Martin Kaymer.
Quiet year. Nearly did it again at Valderrama where I managed to finish 2nd behind Graeme Mcdowell. Had good starts at The Masters and at The US Open where I was within the top 10 after both Fridays but unfortunately faded over the weekends....
After finishing 2008 on a high it just got better in 2009 winning my third trophy at The Open de Andalucia in Seville. My third round 62 is probably my best ever round! 6 other top 10 finishes including my best Major finish a 6th at The USPGA at Hazeltine got me to 13th in The Order of Merit and 31 in The World Ranking.....
Good year that turned brilliant. My second, and by far my biggest win, came at The Volvo Masters at Valderrama. Battling it out with Martin Kaymer and Anthony Wall on the last day I managed to get up and down on the 72nd hole to win this prestigious trophy. Finished in my career-best 10th in the Order of Merit.....
Great year but also a "nearly year".. 3 runner up finishes showed me I was playing well but coming that close and not winning was disappointing. My runner up finishes came in China, Wales and in the Volvo Masters where I lost in a playoff to Justin Rose. Career-best 17th in The Order of Merit..
Excellent year. Highlight was finishing the year with 3 consecutive top 10 finishes in the Omega, Dunhill and Mallorca tournaments. 36 in the Order of Merit was my 2nd highest finish in my career....
Decent year. Best finish came at The BMW Open in Munich where I finished 4th on 21 under par. Another highlight was playing my first US Open at Pinehurst No. 2. Qualified for my 5th Volvo Masters.
Solid year. Highlight was making a 25 footer on the last green on the last day at the Deutsche Bank to finish 5th and tie with my playing partner Ernie Els. My celebration was a 6-time massive fist pump......still makes me smile!
Breakthrough year. Winning my first tournament at The Diageo Championship at Gleneagles. Leading by 5 shots going into the final day I managed to stay calm and pull it off. Finished the year in career-best 27th place on the order of merit.
Quiet year. 2 top 10 finishes with 6th at The Irish Open being the best.
Exellent year. The definate highlight was finishing 3rd at The Deutsche Bank behind Tiger Woods and Michael Campbell. Coming home in 30 shots, 6 under par, on Sunday afternoon was simply incredible. I like to think I made Tiger sweat, at least a little bit!!! Finished the year in career-best 50th spot and qualified for my 2nd Volvo Masters.
Solid year. Not too many spectacular results but really settling on tour. Best finish once again came at The Qatar Masters where I finished 7th and also my 9th place at The Deutsche Bank was a highlight...
Determined not to leave it as late as the previous year I managed to keep my card by late February after finishing 2nd at The Qatar Masters. Qualified for my first Volvo Masters and finished the year in 56th place in The Order of Merit.
My first year on the European Tour. I battled hard all year and after missing the cut by 1 shot in the last tournament of the year I had a nail-biting TV watching weekend where I eventually hung onto number 115, the last card on tour, making 100€ more than number 116 that lost his card!