Luke Donald - Profile

Luke Donald: Still looking for a first major

Luke Donald: Still looking for a first major

The Englishman has won some big tournaments in his career but still can't get it done in the majors.

* Has spent 55 weeks at world No.1: First hit top of world rankings on May 29th, 2011; last week at No.1 was August 5th, 2012.

* 2011: Became first player to win both money lists on the PGA and European Tours in the same year.

* 5 PGA Tour wins: 2002 Southern Farm Bureau Classic, 2006 Honda Classic, 2011 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, 2011 Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic, 2012 Transitions Championship

* 7 European Tour wins: 2004 Scandinavian Masters, Omega European Masters, 2010 Madrid Masters, 2011 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, BMW PGA Championship, Barclays Scottish Open, 2012 BMW PGA Championship.

* Played in 4 Ryder Cups (2004, 2006, 2010 & 2012) and was on winning team each time.

* Was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in 2012 Birthday Honours for services to golf.

* Best major finishes: 3rd 2005 Masters, 3rd 2006 US PGA, Sixth other top 10s.

Player Details

  • Nationality: England
  • Date Of Birth: 07/12/1977
  • Birth Place: Hertfordshire, England
  • Height: 5ft 9
Recent Stroke Play Results
Date Tournament Pos Score Total To Par
2016 ATandT Pebble Beach Pro-Am T27 70+69 139 139
2016 CareerBuilder Challenge in partnership with the Cl CUT 72+67+71 210 210
2016 Sony Open in Hawaii T28 65+65+71+68 269 269
2015 DP World Tour Championship T13 69+72+68+70 279 279
2015 WGC - HSBC Champions T40 71+69+70+72 282 282
2015 CIMB Classic T64 74+73+70+68 285 285
Grand Slam History
  2016201520142013201220112010
US Masters -CUT-T25T32T4-
US Open -T58-T8-T45T47
The Open Championship -T12T63-T5-T11
US PGA Championship --T41-T32T8T109

Luke Donald News

Luke Donald believes he is in contention to win his first title in more than three years

Donald in ‘great position’

Luke Donald said he has played his way into a "great position" ahead of the final round of the British Masters.

 Luke Donald returned to form at the British Masters on Thursday

Donald 'surprised' by split

Luke Donald said he was "surprised" by John McLaren's decision to end his position as caddie to the former world No 1.

Luke Donald is targeting a return to the top-50 world rankings

Onwards and upwards for Donald

England's Luke Donald is targeting a return to the top-50 of the world rankings after a good showing at the Open.

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