The European Challenge Tour today announced its global 2023 Road to Mallorca schedule, featuring a record overall prize fund and a minimum of 29 tournaments, staged across three continents in 18 different countries.
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Since topping the Challenge Tour Rankings in 1995 the Dane has won 15 European Tour titles. Also became the first Scandinavian Ryder Cup captain in 2018.
Competed on the Challenge Tour in 1999 and has gone on to win Ryder Cups, a Major Championship and a gold medal in the Olympic Games in 2016.
Won his first professional title on the Challenge Tour in 1999. Since then has starred in multiple Ryder Cups and has won more than ten European Tour titles.
After becoming Challenge Tour Number One in 2000 has gone on to win The Open, multiple Ryder Cups and more than ten titles on the European Tour.
Since progressing through Challenge Tour ranks in 2006 has won multiple Majors, Ryder Cups and reached number one in the world.
Topped the Challenge Tour Rankings in 2011 and six years later won the Race to Dubai. Has also won numerous European Tour titles, and The Ryder Cup.
First came to Europe in 2012 and won four times in two seasons on the Challenge Tour. Since then has won a remarkable four Majors, and counting.
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