Former Wee Wonders
Over the years, Wee Wonders has seen many talented golfers come through the ranks and go on to achieve incredible things in the world of Amateur and Professional golf. Over the last 18 months alone we have seen:
- Tyrrell Hatton and Tommy Fleetwood, two former Wee Wonders, representing Europe and being integral to them winning the 2018 Ryder Cup.
- Robert MacIntrye being awarded the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie Of The Year Award in 2019 for an outstanding year on the European Tour.
- Charley Hull won the her second Ladies European Tour Title, the 2019 Fatima Bint Mubarack Ladies Open in Abu Dhabi.
- Tommy Fleetwood finished 2nd in the 2019 Open Championship at Royal Portrush and then went on to win his 5th European Tour Title, the 2019 Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa.
- Tyrrell Hatton won his fourth European Tour Title in 2019, the Turkish Airlines Open and then went on to win his first ever PGA Tour event, the 2020 Arnold Palmer Invitational. Tyrrell had more success at the end of 2019 where he won the Turkish Airlines Open in a playoff against 5 other Tour Players! Tyrrell’s most recent win was the 2020 BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth where he won with a 4 shot victory.
- Jack Singh Brar won his first Challenge Tour event in 2018, the Cordon Golf Open and then went onto finish 6th in the Order Of Merit to earn a place on the 2019 European Tour.
- Leona Maguire was ranked 1st in the Women’s World Amateur Golf Rankings for an impressive and record breaking 135 weeks! Leona then turned Professional in 2018 and went on to win her first Professional event, the Windsor Golf Classic. Leona is currently ranked 212 in the Women’s World Golf Rankings.
- Eddie Pepperell won his second European Tour Event, the 2018 Sky Sports British Masters. After his victory, Eddie moved up to an impressive and career best 33rd in the Men’s World Golf Rankings.
- Aaron Rai won his first European Tour event in 2018, the Honma Hong Kong Open. Aaron then went on to win the 2020 Scottish Open at the Renaissance Club after beating former Wee Wonder Tommy Fleetwood at the first play off hole.
- Marco Penge won three times on the 2019 EuroPro Tour including a victory at the 2019 Irish Masters.
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