Matt Fitzpatrick Career Earnings, Bio, and Recent Form

Matt Fitzpatrick Career Earnings, Bio, and Recent Form

Matthew Thomas Fitzpatrick hails from England. Matt won his first professional tournament in the 2015 British Masters after winning the US Amateur in 2013. He won his first major tournament in the US Open in 2022. In 2023, he won his second PGA Tour event, the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links.

Fitzpatrick went pro after the 2014 US Open, foregoing his exemption to the 2014 Open Championship. After making his professional debut at the 2014 Irish Open, he competed on the European Tour and Challenge Tour on sponsor and event invites.

Fitzpatrick competed in the 2014 European Tour Qualifying School in November 2014, finishing 11th and qualifying for the 2015 European Tour.

Fitzpatrick began the 2015 season by missing six cuts in the first eight competitions; in June, he finished third at the Lyoness Open, followed by second place at the Omega European Masters a shot behind Danny Willett, winning the second prize of €300,000.

His first victory came up in October 2015, when he won the British Masters at Woburn for £500,000. With this score, he reached the world top 100 for the first time, at 59. His inaugural season on tour ended with one win, nine top-10 finishes, and a 12th-place finish in the final Order of Merit.

Fitzpatrick participated in the 2016 Masters Tournament in April, finishing tied for 7th; in June, he won 2016 Nordea Masters and improved his career best 32nd in the Official World Golf Ranking, his highest rank to date. His performance on the European Tour in 2015 and 2016 earned him an automatic spot in the 2016 Ryder Cup.

Fitzpatrick won the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai by one stroke over Tyrrell Hatton in November 2016, his third career victory.

Fitzpatrick won the Omega European Masters in Crans-Montana, Switzerland, in September 2017 with a playoff victory over Scott Hend, and he successfully defended his European Masters title in September 2018 with a playoff victory against Lucas Bjerregaard.

Fitzpatrick won his second DP World Tour Championship, Dubai, in December 2020, defeating eventual Race to Dubai victor Lee Westwood by one shot. It was his first Rolex Series victory.

He represented Europe in the Ryder Cup 2021 at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin, in September 2021. Fitzpatrick finished 0-3-0, including a loss in his Sunday singles match against Daniel Berger, as the US team triumphed 19-9. Fitzpatrick won the Estrella Damm N.A. Andaluca Masters three weeks later at Real Club Valderrama.


Full nameMatthew Thomas Fitzpatrick
Born1 September 1994 Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England
Height5 ft 10
Weight155 lbs
Sporting nationality England
CollegeNorthwestern University
Turned professional2014
Current tour(s)European Tour, PGA Tour
Former tour(s)Challenge Tour
Professional wins9
Highest ranking6 (23 April 2023), (as of 14 May 2023)

Career Earnings

 Official PayoutsUnofficial PayoutsTour ChampionshipPlayer ImpactComcast BusinessEarnings

Golf Major’s Record

TournamentWins2nd3rdTop-5Top-10Top-25EventsCuts made
Masters Tournament00002498
PGA Championship00011284
U.S. Open10011387
The Open Championship00000275

Matt Fitzpatrick Recent Form

Unfortunately, Yannik does not have any big winnings recently. However, at the time of writing the article, he stood third in the European Gold Rankings with 389.14 points.

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