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Name: - Mathias David Grönberg
Country: - Sweden
Born : - March 12, 1970 in Stockholm, Sweden.
Original Home/Club: - Stockholm
Occupation: - Professional golfer
Turned Pro: - 1990

Roll of Honour

Eisenhower Trophy - team & individual winner (1990). European Tour wins (4).


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Gronberg's excellent amateur career culminated in his inclusion in the Swedish team that won the 1990 Eisenhower Trophy; Gronberg himself won the event's individual title. He turned professional in the same year. His subsequent four wins on the European Tour included the Italian and South African Opens. Gronberg has also played on the Nationwide and PGA Tours in the United States.


Top tournaments won by Mathias Gronberg

2003Men EuropeItalian OpenGardagolf CC271 (-17)€183,330
Played as the Italian Open Telecom Italia (May 1-4). Second-placed Colin Montgomerie (Scot), José Manuel Lara (Esp) and Ricardo González (Arg) finished 2 shots behind Grönberg (Swe). [Gardagolf CC, Soiano del Lago, nr Brescia, Lake Garda].
2000Men AfricaSouth African OpenRandpark GC274 (-14)€156,784
Played as the Mercedes-Benz South African Open (Jan 20-23; Sunshine/Eurpn Trs event). Second-placed Darren Fichardt (RSA), Ricardo González (Arg) and Nick Price (Zim) finished 1 shot behind Grönberg (Swe). [Randpark course, Randpark GC, Johannesburg, RSA. Now called the Firethorn course].
1998Men EuropeEuropean OpenK Club275 (-13)£208,300
Played as the Smurfit European Open (Aug 20-23). Second-placed Miguel Ángel Jiménez (Esp) and Phillip Price (Wales) finished 10 shots behind Grönberg (Swe). [Palmer course, K Club, Straffan, nr Dublin].
1995Men EuropeEuropean MastersCrans-sur-Sierre270 (-18)£116,660
Played as the Canon European Masters (combined with the Swiss Open). Second-placed Costantino Rocca (Ita) and Barry Lane (Eng) finished 2 shots behind Gronberg (Swe). [GC Crans-sur-Sierre, Crans-Montana, Switzerland].

 

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