GREEN Nathan

Nathan GREEN



ResidenceToronto, Australia
Date of Birth:30/05/1975
Place of BirthNewcastle, Australia
Height & Weight5ft 9in 13st 3lbs (173cm 84kg)
FamilyWife: Michelle
Turned Pro1998
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  • Valero Texas Open - Round One


Secured his maiden European Tour victory when he won the co-sanctioned Blue Chip New Zealand Open at Gulf Harbour at the start of the 2007 season and immediately took up European Tour Membership. Made a big impression in his rookie season on the US PGA Tour in 2006 having progressed from the Nationwide Tour and narrowly missed out on victory in his second tournament when he lost in a three-man play-off for the Buick Invitational against winner Tiger Woods and José Maria Olazábal. Claimed six top tens, second amongst the rookies to Trevor Immelman’s eight. Built on that with a solid second US PGA Tour season where he finished 46th in the FedEx Points Standings at the end of the 2007 season. Took up the game at the age of ten, following in the footsteps of his brother who then became his coach. Cites Greg Norman and Ian Baker-Finch as his golfing idols. An all round sportsman, he represented New South Wales in soccer. Worked in his brother’s pro shop at Westside GC in Newcastle and also mowed the grass in a crematorium his parents manage in Valentine.

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European Tour Wins1
Wins this season0
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Biggest European Tour Prize:: € 145,831 (2007)


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