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DE VOOGHT Didier

Didier DE VOOGHT

BEL

Biography

ResidenceHeide-Kalmthout, Belgium
AttachmentCleydael GC
Date of Birth:15/10/1973
Place of BirthWilröjh, Belguim
Height & Weight5ft 11½in 11st 9lbs (179cm 74kg)
FamilyWife: Kathrien (m: 2002); Child: Charlotte (2003)
InterestsMovies, sports, pool sqush, travel, skiing
Turned Pro1998 (plus 4)
Qualifying School(1998), (00), 01*, 02, (03), (04), (05), (06), (07)

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Biography

Won almost every conceivable amateur title in Belgium between the ages of 14 and 24 when he turned professional. The highlight of his amateur career was winning the European Amateur Championship in Geneva in 1997 and representing his country at all levels during the 1990s. Graduated from the Challenge Tour in 1999 having recorded six top ten finishes without a victory but struggled in his rookie season, finishing 192nd in the Volvo Order of Merit. After a year back on the Challenge Tour, Didier returns to The European Tour having regained his card at the Qualifying School Finals. Enjoyed double delight at the end of 2002 when he got married at the end of September, a month before he claimed his maiden victory on the Challenge Tour with a two shot win in the Fortis Bank Challenge Open in Holland.

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Challenge Tour Wins1
Wins this season0
Current Rankings
OWGR1551
Biggest European Tour Prize:: € 29,748 (2002)

Teams

Amateur Belgium Boys, Youths, Seniors 1989-98 Jacques Léglise Trophy 1991 Eisenhower Trophy 1992,94,96

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