Who's who in golf - Joakim Haeggman

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Name: - Karl Sven Joakim Haeggman
Country: - Sweden
Born : - Aug 28, 1969 in Kalmar, Smaland, Sweden.
Original Home/Club: - Kalmar GK, Sweden
Occupation: - Professional golfer
Turned Pro: - 1989
Sponsor / Attachment: - Galvin Green

Roll of Honour

Ryder Cup player (1993). European Tour wins (3).

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In 1993 Haeggman became the first Swede to play Ryder Cup golf. He won his Sunday singles match against John Cook, although the overall result at The Belfry was a relatively narrow American win by two points.

Top tournaments won by Joakim Haeggman

2004Men EuropeQatar MastersDoha GC272 (-16)€201,596
Played as the Qatar Masters (March 11-14; Eurpn Tr event). Second-placed Nobuhito Sato (Jpn) finished 1 shot behind Haeggman (Swe), who recorded the last of his three European Tour wins. [Doha GC, Qatar].
2001Men EuropeHassan II TrophyRoyal Dar Es Salam284 (-8)
Played as the Hassan II Trophy (Nov 8-11; unofficial limited-field event). Second-placed Santiago Luna (Esp) and Mark Roe (Eng) finished 1 shot behind Haeggman (Swe). [Red course, Royal Golf Dar Es Salam, Rabat, Morocco].
1997Men EuropeScandinavian MastersBarseback G&CC270 (-18)£125,000
Played as the Volvo Scandinavian Masters. Second-placed Ignacio Garrido (Esp) finished 4 shots behind home-country winner Haeggman (Swe). [Masters course, Barsebäck G&CC, nr Malmö, Sweden].
1994Men AsiaMalaysian OpenRoyal Selangor279 (-9)US$41,650
Played as the Benson & Hedges Malaysian Open. Haeggman (Swe) beat Periasamy Gunasegaran (Malay) at the seventh playoff hole. Frank Nobilo (NZ) was eliminated at the sixth playoff hole. [Old course, Royal Selangor GC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia].
1993Men EuropeSpanish OpenJarama R.A.C.E.275 (-13)£83,330
Played as the Peugeot Spanish Open. Second-placed Ernie Els (RSA) and Nick Faldo (Eng) finished 2 shots behind Haeggman (Swe). [Club Jarama R.A.C.E., San Sebastian de los Reyes, nr Madrid]


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