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Lucas Bjerregaard

Professional Golfer

Frederikshavn, DK

Lucas Bjerregaard’s Biography

Lucas Bjerregaard is a Danish professional golfer. Partnering with fellow Dane Thorbjorn Olesen, Lucas won the initial Golfsixes tournament, a pairs event on the European Tour. Keen to show his individual prowess, he recorded his first win on the European Tour at the Portugal Masters. In 2019, Lucas earned his PGA Tour card and quickly made an impression with impressive finishes at two majors, the 2019 Masters (T21) and 2019 PGA Championship (T16), as well as a 12th place finish at the 2019 Honda Classic, 30th place finish at The Players Championship, and a 4th place finish at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, besting Tiger Woods, Justin Thomas, and Henrik Stenson. Lucas Bjerregaard is a Danish professional golfer. Partnering with fellow Dane Thorbjorn Olesen, Lucas won the initial Golfsixes tournament, a pairs event on the European Tour. Keen to show his individual prowess, he recorded his first win on the European Tour at the Portugal Masters. In 2019, Lucas earned his PGA Tour card and quickly made an impression with impressive finishes at two majors, the 2019 Masters (T21) and 2019 PGA Championship (T16), as well as a 12th place finish at the 2019 Honda Classic, 30th place finish at The Players Championship, and a 4th place finish at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, besting Tiger Woods, Justin Thomas, and Henrik Stenson.

Lucas enjoyed success at the amateur level, playing on the Continental Europe team in the Jacques Leglise Trophy. He later represented his country on multiple occasions at the Eisenhower Trophy, France leading Denmark to the title by a single stroke. Lucas has always maintained his composure, a strong suit that saw him chalk up victories at the Danish Open Amateur twice and a European Amateur success.

Targeting the best possible chance of success, Lucas sought to attend Florida State University in the US, undertaking a golf scholarship but turning pro changed these plans. The decision to make strides in the professional game was vindicated as he won the Nordic Golf League’s Order of Merit (leading money winner). The money accrued piled up substantially after winning three consecutive Nordic Golf League titles.

On the European Tour, he finished second at the National Bank of Oman Golf Classic. After three top-10 finishes on the tour, he reached the next level with the aforementioned victory in the Portugal Masters. The following year, he emulated his success on the Algarve, winning the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at the Old Course, St. Andrews, Scotland. Worldwide acclaim was obtained after Bjerregaard knocked out Tiger Woods in the Quarter Finals of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.

Lucas Bjerregaard’s Sponsors

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Lucas Bjerregaard’s Team

Caddie
Sean McDonagh
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Manager
Shaun Webster
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Agent
Brendan Taylor
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Lucas Bjerregaard’s Stats

3
European Tour Wins
42
Highest Ranking
2011
Turned Pro
3
Amateur Wins

Lucas Bjerregaard’s Career

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2019 – Present
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2014 – Present
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Lucas Bjerregaard’s Schedule

Detroit Golf Club, Detroit, Michigan
2 Jul – 5 Jul 2020
TPC Twin Cities, Blaine, Minnesota
20 Jul – 26 Jul 2020
Truckee, California
30 Jul – 2 Aug 2020
Sedgefield CC, Greensboro, North Carolina
13 Aug – 16 Aug 2020