Claimed his maiden European Tour victory at the 2018 Volvo China Open, carding a final round 65 to emerge from a six-way tie atop the leaderboard. The Swede made only four bogies all week, finishing on 18 under par.
His breakthrough season on the Challenge Tour in 2016 was anchored by a maiden victory at Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge, eventually finishing seventh in the Rankings.
In 2012, Björk became the first golfer to list himself through Trade in Sports, an exchange for athletes, funding the launch of his professional career by pledging 10% of winnings to investors.
Was an outstanding tennis player in his youth, and was one of Sweden's top ten players as a junior before choosing to focus on golf.