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Johan Edfors

Player Data

  • Birthdate: October 9, 1975
  • Birthplace: Varberg, Sweden
  • Residence: Malaga, Spain
  • Age: 30 Ht: 6' Wt: 175
  • Turned Pro: 1997

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Player Notes

The No. 1 player of the 2003 Challenge Tour Rankings had nine top-10 finishes on the Challenge Tour - including two victories at the Stanbic Zambia Open and the Fortis Challenge Open in The Netherlands. Went into the final event - the Challenge Tour Grand Final - in fifth place on the Rankings, but a superb showing at Golf du M?doc, Bordeaux, where he lost narrowly in a play-off to Jos? Manuel Carriles, saw him leapfrog four players to claim top spot. Played amateur golf for the Swedish National Team and made a dramatic improvement during his fifth year on the Challenge Tour after spending the past four years outside the top 100 in the Rankings. Narrowly missed out on retaining his card in 2004 and returned to the Challenge Tour in 2005, finishing 45th on the Rankings before winning his place on Tour back with a 13th place finish at the Qualifying School.

Career Victories

European Challenge Tour
2 - 2003 Stanbic Zambia Open, Fortis Challenge Open

European Tour
2 - 2006 TCL Classic, Quinn Direct British Masters

Career Summary

2003 PGA European Tour Summary
Best finish in three starts, T36th A.A. St. Omer Open.

2004 PGA European Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 26; in money - 12; top-10 finishes - 1; stroke average 72.66 (ranked 146th); money €878,827 or £60,735 (ranked 147th); Best finish, T9th, Open de Madrid.

2005 PGA European Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 9; in money - 6; top-10 finishes - 0; stroke average 70.83 (ranked 25th); money €53,699 or £36,295 (ranked 171st); best finish T11th, The Cadillac Russian Open.

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