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Full name  Anthony Snobeck
Role  Golfer
Former tours  PGA European Tour
Nationality  France
Height  1.91 m
Challenge tour  2
Turned professional  2005
Residence  Lyon, France
Professional wins  2
Name  Anthony Snobeck
Current tours  Challenge Tour

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Born  20 April 1983 (age 32) Paris, France (1983-04-20)

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Anthony Snobeck (born 20 April 1983) is a French professional golfer, who has played on both the European and Challenge Tours.


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Snobeck was born in Paris; his father Dany was a successful racing driver who won the French Supertouring Championship three times and the Andros Trophy twice, and the family lived adjacent to Magny-Cours, where he owned a car company. Snobeck began playing golf in 1995, and by the age of seventeen was a three-handicap. He began being coached by Antoine Lebouc, former European Tour player and husband of Patricia Meunier-Lebouc, in 2002, and under his guidance turned professional in 2005. After a season on the Alps Tour, Snobeck recorded his first win as a professional at the 2006 Tessali-Metaponto Open di Puglia e Basilicata on the Challenge Tour, and finished the season at 23rd on the rankings, just outside the top twenty graduates. However, Snobeck did belatedly reach the top-tier European Tour in 2009, by coming through the Qualifying School. His 2009 season was a struggle, however, and he made only four cuts, with a best finish of T23rd, before returning to the Challenge Tour. He picked up his second victory at that level in 2011.

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