WGC Bridgestone Invitational, Firestone Country Club, 30th June - 3rd July
Beef returned to America to compete in his first World Golf Championship event. With no cut, Beef was guaranteed four rounds here and started off with a solid 70 to put himself in a good position after round one. However a 78 on day 2 meant that Beef had alot of work to do on the weekend to climb up the leaderboard. Beef battled well on the weekend and rounds of 72 and 69 meant that he finished the tournament in a tie for 42nd place.
BMW International Open, Golf Club Gut Laerchenhof, 23rd June - 26th June
Having just played four rounds at the US Open, Beef made the long trip back to Germany to protect his place in The Race to Dubai standings. If after this tournament he was still in the top 20, he would guarantee his spot in the British Open. Two rounds of 74 and 70 meant that Beef missed the cut by 1, however he managed to maintain his place in the rankings meaning he will be heading to Scotland in a few weeks time to compete in The British Open, his second major this year.
US Open, Oakmont CC, 16th - 19th June
Making his US Open debut and playing for the first in America, Beef opened with a 75, having the worst of the conditions in the morning. However a fantastic battle in his second round (69) meant that Beef made the cut to keep his run of good form going. Unfortunately rounds of 75 and 74 followed on an extremely tough test of golf meaning Beef finished in a tie for 54th place.
Nordea Masters, Bro Hoff Slot GC, 2nd - 5th June
After a great week last week, Beef was in high spirits going into Sweden and got off the a great start, opening the week with a 67 followed by a 69 on Friday putting him in a tie for second place going into the weekend. Two rounds over par followed but Beef still managed to secure a T12th position maintaing his position in 16th on The Race to Dubai rankings. Next up for Beef is the US Open where he will be playing for the first time in America.
US Open International Qualifying, Walton Heath, 30th May
Fresh off of a top ten finish at Wentworth, Beef made the journey to Walton Heath on the Monday for the final stage of qualifying for the US Open. Beef started well birdieng the first two holes, posting a 68 after the first round. A second round of 72 was enough to secure qualification to his first US Open.
BMW PGA Championship, Wentworth, 26th - 29th May
Having opened with a 76 on day one (+4) and in danger of missing the cut, Beef battled well on Friday to post a 69 to make the cut on the mark. After a great weekend (-1) and (-5) Beef finished in a T7th and increased his ranking on The Race to Dubai to 16th.
Irish Open, The K Club, 19th May - 22nd May
Two rounds of 75 meant that Beef missed the cut at the Irish Open. Next week, Wentworth.
Trophie Hassan II, Royal Golf Dar Es Salam, 05th May - 08th May
Having a few weeks off after his first European Tour win at the Spanish Open in April, Beef made the cut in Morrocco. Rounds of 70,74,76 and 73 meant that Beef finished in a T31st and would be heading over to Ireland for the Irish Open next week.
Spanish Open, Real Club Valderrama, 14th April - 17th April
In tough conditions at Valderrama, Beef picked up his first European Tour victory at the Sergio Garcia hosted tournament, The Spanish Open. Opening with a fantastic 67 on Thursday, Beef followed this up with two rounds of 74. Going into the final day Beef played perfect golf to shoot 70 and win the tournament by one with Luiten and Garcia breathing down his neck.
ISPS HANDA Perth International, Lake Karrinyup CC, 25th February - 28th February
From Malaysia to Australia. Still not to play in Europe this season, Beef was playing his last tournament outside of Europe. Four under par rounds meant that Beef finished in a T15th and was showing good form going into the European swing.
Maybank Championship Malaysia, Royal Selangor GC, 18th February - 21st February
Making his debut at the Maybank Championship Malaysia, Beef shot 71 and 72, missing the cut and finishing the tournament in T102nd place.
Omega Dubai Desert Classic, Emirates GC, 4th February - 7th February
After a great week at Doha GC, Beef opened up at the Dubai Desert Classic with a 73. A 69 followed to secure making the cut and a great 68 on moving day put Beef with a chance of a top 20 finish. A 73 on Sunday meant a tie for 45th to end the swing.
Qatar Master, Doha GC, 27th January - 30th January
Having made the cut in the Qatar Master last year, Beef continued this form opening with a 66 and 69 to comfortably make the cut and find himself near the top of the leaderboard and in contention for the first time this season. Rounds of 72 and 70 on the weekend meant he fell just short to Branden Grace. Finishing in a T4th, Beef played some great golf on the back nine which was noticed by commentators and viewers alike.
HSBC Championship, Abu Dhabi GC, 21st January - 24th January
Starting off his time in the middle east, Beef made the cut at his first tournament in Abu Dhabi. However a 78 on Sunday meant that Beef finished the tournament in 71st place.
Joburg Open, Royal Johannesburg & Kensington GC, 14th January - 17th January
Three rounds in the 60's meant that Beef finished the tournament in a tie for 22nd place and at (-9). This concludes the South African swing of the tour for Beef and he will be looking to go strong in Abu Dhabi for the start of The Desert Swing.
BMW SA Open, Glendower GC, 7th Jan - 10th Jan
A dissapointing week with rounds of 76 and 73 meant that Beef missed the cut in South Africa finishing the tournament on (+5).
Alfred Dunhill Championship, Leopard Creek GC, 26th - 29th November
After a fantastic finish of 3rd here last year, Beef started the season looking to replicate the fast start he made last year. An opening round of 75 followed by a great 67 on Friday set Beef up in a good position going into the weekend. Rounds of 73 and 74 meant Beef finished T44th at (+1).