GROS Sébastien

Sébastien GROS



ResidenceGeneva, Switzerland
AttachmentEvian Resort Golf Club
Date of Birth:08/11/1989
Place of BirthVilleuubanne (69), France
Height & Weight5ft 11in 11st 6lbs (181cm 73kgs)
InterestsSports, cinema
Turned Pro2011
Qualifying School(2011), (12), (13), 14

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Victory at the Kazakhstan Open guaranteed him a top 15 spot in the 2015 Road to Oman Rankings and secured his European Tour card for 2016 with four events to play. Also won the Najeti Open presented by Neuflize OBC and ultimately finished second in the Rankings after a season-long tussle with good friend Ricardo Gouveia. Was introduced to golf by his grandfather at the age of ten and by his mid-teens was already set on becoming a professional golfer. After winning four tournaments as an amateur in France, turned professional at the end of 2011 and played on the Alps Tour for the following two years, winning twice. Spent 2014 on the Asian Tour before coming through the first two stages of the European Tour Qualifying School, only to miss out on graduation by a single shot at the Final Stage after bogeying each of the last three holes. Hails from Lyon Salvagny Golf Club, the same club as good friend Clément Sordet, while fellow European Tour players Raphaël Jacquelin and Gary Stal also come from Lyon.

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Challenge Tour Wins2
Wins this season0
Current Rankings
Race To Dubai171
Biggest European Tour Prize:: € 73,650 (2016)


Amateur Seniors 2011

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