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International Victories (11)
Advanced to the FedExCup Playoffs in his first full season as a PGA TOUR member, finishing No. 43 in the standings. After a missed cut at THE NORTHERN TRUST, concluded the Playoffs with a T43 at the Dell Technologies Championship and T24 at the BMW Championship. Made the cut in 14 of 18 starts, with top-three finishes coming at the Farmers Insurance Open (lost in playoff), The Honda Classic (third) and World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play (third). Represented Europe in his first Ryder Cup, returning to Le Golf National in Paris, where he picked up his 10th European Tour win earlier in the season.
Made nine cuts in 11 starts on PGA TOUR, with three top-10 results, including a season-best T5 at the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play when he was defeated by eventual-winner Dustin Johnson in the quarterfinals. Highlight on the European Tour was victory at the BMW PGA Championship where he shot a 10-under 62 in the final round for a two-stroke win. Will play out of the Top 125 Non-Member category for the 2017-18 PGA TOUR Season.
Made four starts on the PGA TOUR in 2015-16, where the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions (T54) was his only non-major start. In addition to his four victories, added top-10 finishes at the Aberdeen Asset Management Paul Lawrie Match Play (2nd), Real Club Valderrama Open de España (T6), 100th Open de France (T8) and Volvo China Open (T9).
Only made two European Tour starts. Was 56th at the Open de Espana in mid-May. A week later, withdrew from the BMW PGA Championship following an opening-round 76.
Best PGA TOUR showing in five starts was a T17 at the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship.
His 9-under 63 in the third round of the Volvo China Open was the low round of the tournament and helped lead him to a T6 in Tianjin in April.
Had five European Tour top-10s to his credit, with his second and third career victories among them.
Qualified for the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship and the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational. Was T33 at Accenture, losing 7 and 6 to Geoff Ogilvy. Was T53 at Bridgestone. Had a pair of top-10 finishes, a T3 at the Austrian Open and a T8 at the Volvo China Open.
Claimed his first European Tour victory, at the Omega European Masters in Switzerland in September, beating Bradley Dredge by two strokes.
After eight years competing for the Swedish national team as an amateur, turned pro in 2005, placing third on the 2006 European Challenge Tour before his rookie season on the European Tour in 2007. In his 10 European Challenge Tour starts, he never finished outside the top seven, counting his first professional victory among those performances—at the Rolex Trophy.