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  • Adrian MERONK 37051

    Meet Adrian

    Hamburg, Germany Place of Birth
    6′ 5″ (197cm) Height
    Sport, movies, travelling Interests
    2016, 2017, 2018 Qualifying School

    Born in Hamburg, Germany, his family returned to Poland when he was two.

    Attended East Tennessee State University from 2012 to 2016. Represented Poland three times at the Eisenhower Trophy and also played for Europe's Arnold Palmer Cup side in 2015 and 2016.

    Turned professional after the 2016 Eisenhower Trophy and went on to play on the European Challenge Tour in 2017.

    Became the first Pole to earn membership on the DP World Tour after graduating from the Challenge Tour in 2019. Earlier that year, he became the first Polish player to win a European Tour group-operated event when he triumphed at the 57° Open de Portugal @ Morgado Golf Resort.

    Has the honour of achieving a number of ‘firsts’ for his country, as in 2021 he became the first Polish national to play in the U.S. Open after earning a place during the European Qualifying Series.

    The following year, he made history by becoming the first player from Poland to win on the DP World Tour as he triumphed by three strokes at the 2022 Horizon Irish Open, finishing three stroke ahead of Ryan Fox. A fortnight later he became the first Pole to play in The Open after securing his spot at St Andrews after finishing third at the Dutch Open earlier that season.

    Won his second DP World Tour title at the 2022 ISPS HANDA Australian Open by five strokes and moved inside the Top 50 on the Official World Golf Ranking in the final week of the year, earning a place at the 2023 Masters Tournament - also becoming the first Polish competitor in history at Augusta National.

    Secured a third DP World Tour title in just ten months at the 2023 DS Automobiles Italian Open, triumphing at Marco Simone GC. Claimed his third victory on the 2023 Race to Dubai at the 2023 Estrella Damm N.A. Andalucía Masters.



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