Tommy Fleetwood is an English golf player who recently played on the European tour. He was born and raised in Southport, Merseyside, England. He had a remarkable record as an amateur golf player because his record includes winning the 2009 Scottish Amateur Stroke Play Championship and being a runner-up in the 2008 Amateur Championship and the 2010 New South Wales Amateur. Fleetwood was able to represent Great Britain and Ireland in the 2009 Walker Cup.
Fleetwood had his professional debut at the 2010 Czech Open, where he finished 67th. In 2011, he secured a spot for the European Tour by winning the Kazakhstan Open. Although he started badly in his first season on the European Tour, still he found ways in maintaining his playing rights by finishing the Top 10 in the South African Open.
2017 was the most fruitful year for Fleetwood because he won his second European tour by a stroke. He also became a runner-up in the WGC-Mexico Championship. Fleetwood also placed 4th in the US Open, while he won the Open de France after he beat Peter Uihlein by a stroke. His world ranking was also moved in the 20th spot from Top 99. In November 2017, he won the European Tour and a bonus pool of $1,250,000.00.
Fleetwood was the 6th golfer who made it to shoot a 63 in the US Open history. He made this while he was in the 2018 US Open at the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club. In 2018, he partnered with Francesco Molinari, by which they have successfully won the 2018 Ryder Cup. In November 2019, he made it to the final round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge and won the singles playoff against Marcus Kinhult. The Nedbank Golf Challenge was a part of the European Tour and was in partnership with the Sunshine Tour.
2009 Scottish Amateur Stroke Play Championship2010 English Amateur2011 Challenge Tour Rankings Winner2017 Race to Dubai ChampionT17 at 2018 Masters Tournament