Graham DeLaet

Sport: Golf
Nationality: Canada Canada
Birth date: 1982-01-22 (32 years)

Graham DeLaet is a Canadian professional golfer. He was born on January 22, 1982 in Weyburn Saskatchewan. He is a member of the PGA Tour, the Canadian Tour, and of the Sunshine Tour. He grew up in Moose Jaw.

DeLaet attended the Boise State University where he ended up winning 10 collegiate tours. He represented his country on the development golf team which was organized by the RCGA and lasted from 2005 to 2006. He credits this experience as something that has helped him improve his game.

In 2007, he turned pro and won the Rookie of the Year Honors at the Canadian Tour 2007. The following year, he won three events with the Canadian Tour including the Desjardins Montreal. In 2009, he won the ATB Financial Classic and the Canadian Tour Players Cup. He was named Player of the Year for the Canadian Tour 2009.

He began a qualifying run for the PGA Tour in 2009. He advanced to the six-round qualifying tour. He finished T8 at the PGA Qualifying Tour. This led him to become a PGA Tour rookie for the 2010 golf year.

As of 2010, DeLaet has had 4 professional wins with the Canadian Tour and the Sunshine Tour. In 2009, he won the BMG Classic. He has also appeared in the Golf World Cup for 2008 and 2009. He was also a player at the 2006 Four Nations Cup. DeLaet also recently finished his third top 10 finish for the season at the Frys.com Open. This secured him his tour card, enabling him to spend 2011 with the PGA Tour.

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