Andy Sullivan is an English professional golfer who currently plays on the European Tour. Sullivan had a successful amateur career before turning professional. He won the individual title in the Tailhade Cup in Argentina in 2010, and had a win in Australia. Sullivan’s biggest win as an amateur came at the 2011 Scottish Amateur Open Stroke Play, Championship.
In 2011, Sullivan represented the winning Great Britain and Ireland team at the 2011 Walker Cup, in the singles Sullivan lost 3&2 to Jordan Spieth.
Sullivan turned professional in 2011 and qualified for the 2012 European Tour through the tour’s 2011 qualifying school, however, he had an unsuccessful first season on the tour finishing in 145th place in the Race to Dubai without a top-10 finish. He secured his place on the European Tour for 2013 at the 2012 qualifying school.
In 2013, Sullivan had a more successful season finishing 98th on the Race to Dubai with his best finish being a tie for third at the Alfred Dunhill Championship. In 2014, Sullivan continued to improve, finishing 33rd on the Race to Dubai including a second place finishing at the Trophée Hassan II. During the 2014 season, Sullivan memorably hit a hole-in-one at the KLM Open earning him a flight into space.
Sullivan’s first European Tour win came in January 2015 at the South African Open. Sullivan won the event in a playoff against South African Charl Schwartzel who had started the final round seven strokes ahead of Sullivan. Sullivan quickly followed this success with wins at the 2015 Joburg Open in March and the Portugal Masters in October, which was a wire-to-wire victory by 9 strokes. He became the first man to record three victories on the European Tour in 2015.
On the eve of his maiden Masters appearance in Augusta in 2016, Sullivan recorded a hole in one in the annual Par 3 event.
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