Name Henrik Norlander
Web.com Tour 1
Role Professional golfer
Current tours PGA TOUR
|Masters Tournament DNP|
Height 1.93 m
Turned professional 2011
U.S. Open CUT: 2014
Weight 95 kg
Professional wins 1
|Born 25 March 1987 (age 28)
Danderyd, Sweden (1987-03-25) |
College Augusta State University
Former tour(s) Web.com Tour Challenge Tour
Education Augusta State University
Henrik norlander round 4 highlights from hotel fitness
Henrik Norlander (born 25 March 1987) is a Swedish professional golfer.
- Henrik norlander round 4 highlights from hotel fitness
- Henrik norlander joins the pga tour
- Amateur wins
- Professional wins
- Team appearances
Norlander was born in Danderyd, Sweden. He played college golf in the United States at Augusta State University in Augusta, Georgia. He helped lead his team to the 2010 NCAA Division I Championship. After graduating in 2011, he turned professional.
Norlander played on the Challenge Tour in 2011, making three cuts in eight events with a best finish of T-19 at the Norwegian Challenge.
By finishing T-22 at the 2012 PGA Tour Qualifying School, he earned his PGA Tour card for 2013. On the PGA Tour in 2013, Norlander made 13 cuts in 22 events with a best finish of T-15 at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
Norlander played the Web.com Tour in 2014 and 2015, winning his first professional tournament at the 2015 Hotel Fitness Championship. He finished third in the 2015 Web.com Finals (excluding regular season top 25), to earn a place on the 2016 PGA Tour, where his best finish was a tie for 25th at the Travelers Championship. He had a chance to keep his PGA Tour card at the Web.com Tour Finals, but when Hurricane Matthew got the Tour Championship cancelled, he was $788 short.
Norlander was competing on a sponsor's exemption when he found himself in a five-man playoff at the RSM Classic in November 2016. Darkness fell on Sunday after two playoff holes and when play resumed Monday morning he lost to rookie Mackenzie Hughes of Canada, who holed an 18-footer from off the green.
Henrik norlander joins the pga tour
PGA Tour playoff record (0–1)