Alexander Björk




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Alexander Björk (born 7 June 1990) who is a Swedish professional golfer and since april 2018, also a European Tour winner. His first victory came in Volvo China Open where he finished with a 65 and a total score of -18. Björk has also in 2018 secured two second places, USB Hong Kong Open and Sky Sports British Masters, and one third place, Trophee Hassan II.

Björk turned professional in 2009 and played on the Nordic Golf League before moving on to the Challenge Tour. His breakthrough season on the Challenge Tour in 2016 was anchored by a maiden victory at Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge, in July 2016, eventually finishing seventh in the overall Rankings.

He enjoyed a superb rookie season on the European Tour in 2017, almost claiming a maiden victory in a Rolex Series event at the HNA Open de France. In his rookie season on the European Tour he had 11 top-twenty finishes and finished 43rd on the Race to Dubai.

Alexander 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. When Alexander is not on the golfcourse he likes to be out fishing and enjoying his time with his family and friends.



Tournaments

Gran Canaria Lopesan Open
22 - 25 Apr
Results



Tenerife Open
29 - 02 May
Results


Canary Islands Championship
06 - 09 May
Results




Latest News

5/8 - Top 15 on Tenerife!

Björk had a really good week at Costa Adeje Golf. He started off with a 63 (-8) for shared 2nd spot and then continued 69,69,68 to finish total -15 and shared 12th spot. Björk felt that most of his game came together and is looking forward for more weeks on tour. He will not play the next tournament in Spain, instead he will go to England next week to play The Betfred British Masters.

26/4 - Gran Canaria Lopesan Open

Björk had quite a solid week on Meloneras golf. He was under par all four rounds with the best score of 64 on saturday. Total result was -14 and shared 21st spot. Björk was happy with a tournament in the warmer Spain and enjoyed the course which was in good shape.Next up is the island to the west: Tenerife. Here the players will stay on Costa Adeje Golf for two weeks to play two separate tournaments.

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19/4 - Spain Next

Björk is on tour for a while this time, travelling directly from Austria to Spain, where he has planned to play for another three weeks. Next up is Gran Canaria Lopesan Open, starting on Thursday. It's to be held on Meloneras Golf, a course on which Björk has played quite a few times as a teenager. He is happy to leave for warmer latitudes and excited for another week on tour.

























































































































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