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

Portugal Masters
24-27 Oct
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PLAYOFF??

Hong Kong Open
28 Nov- 1 Dec
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South African Open
9-12 Jan
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Latest News

14/10 - 2020 season

If you are like us, you are already looking forward to the 2020 season. It starts November 28th in Hong Kong. See tournament list under the "schedule" tab here on site. For swedish fans, there will be Scandinavian Mixed on Brohof GC June 11th. New for this year is that there will be one tournament with both men/women competing. Great opportunity to see many of our best Swedish players.

13/10 - Rome

Alexander missed the cut in Italian Open this weekend. +4 in the first round was too difficult to bounce back from, although Björk didn't give up and hit -2 the second round. The long course at Olgiata was mastered by austrian winner Bernd Wiesberger. Next up is Portugal Masters. Then it's either playoff or time for a break before 2020 season starts by the end of november.

6/10 - Madrid

It's getting closer to the end of the season and at the moment it's not sure how many tournaments there are left for Björk who wasn't able to improve his chanses to reach the playoff tournaments this week. The Swede came in on +2 (71, 73) and 82nd place, missing the cut by two strokes. Next up is Italian Open.




































































































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