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Following a hugely consistent 2014 season, in which he recorded seven top ten finishes en route to finishing 25th in The Race to Dubai, Willett sealed his second European Tour victory in style at the first event of the 2015 season, the Nedbank Golf Challenge. An 18 under par total in Sun City helped him see off compatriots Ross Fisher and Luke Donald to collect the biggest pay cheque of his career. Followed that successful week with another strong performance in South Africa, this time at the Alfred Dunhill Championship, where he was in contention for back-to-back wins before finishing in a tie for fourth. The son of a preacher from Sheffield made his breakthrough in 2012, winning the BMW International Open after beating Marcus Fraser in a play-off. Proposed to his girlfriend a couple of weeks later, and in September came tied second in the Omega European Masters en route to taking 23rd place in The Race to Dubai – equalling his best finish. Enjoyed a stunning amateur career, winning the English Amateur Championship at Royal St George’s after being crowned Yorkshire Amateur Champion in 2007, before going on to play in the Walker Cup and become Number One Amateur in Europe. Earned his 2009 playing rights after cruising through all three stages of the Qualifying School. Currently coached by Graham Walker, who was previously named in Golf Monthly’s Top 25 Coaches.More

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