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Trevor Immelman  born December 16th, 1979 in Somerset West, South Afrfica of the PGA Tour
Player Information:

  • January 2004 became the first player since the legendary Black Knight in 1976-77 to successfully defend the South African Airways Open.
  • Won his first European Tour title at the Erinvale Golf Club in the Western Cape.
  • Added the Deutsche Bank-SAP Open TPC of Europe in May 2004 to help him finish 16th on the Volvo Order of Merit
  • In 1996, aged 17, he made the South African team that played in the Eisenhower Trophy in Chile
  • Lost in three finals, The Amateur Championship at Royal St George‚Äôs, the New Zealand Amateur Championship, and the US Junior Championship.
  • 2000 won the Vodacom Players Championship in his native South Africa before graduating from the Challenge Tour
  • 2003 captured the WGC - World Cup with Rory Sabbatini at Kiawah Island.
  • Exempt Status:Non-Member
    Birth Date:December 16th, 1979
    Birth Place:Somerset West, South Afrfica
    Special Interests:Music, movies, biographies
    Turned Pro:1999
    Joined Tour:
    2005 Earnings:$726,867.00
    2004 Earnings:$300,559.00
    Active Player:yes
    Official Website:n/a

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