- Personal Details
- Height: 6ft 1ins (1.85 meters)
- DOB: 29 Aug 1989
- Country: United States
- Fantasy football, baseball, fitness
Pete will play on both the PGA Tour and the European Tour in 2018 after an outstanding year in 2017.
He enjoyed a stellar amateur career in the United States, claiming a host of prestigious titles, including the USGA Men’s Amateur Championship in 2010.
A product of the American collegiate system at Oklahoma State University, he was the highest ranked amateur in the world for 52 weeks from June 2010 and twice represented the US in the Walker Cup, compiling a 6-2 record.
Peter was voted American Junior Golf Association AJGA Rolex Player of the Year twice as a junior, while his 26 top-ten finishes between 2004 and 2007 included six wins and place him eighth in the all-time list of American Boys.
Nine amateur and collegiate victories in the space of 18 months earned the affable Peter a slew of awards, including the R&A Amateur of the Year Award in 2010 and the Ben Hogan Award in 2011.
He turned professional at the end of that year, taking the brave and innovative step of focusing his attention on securing playing privileges in Europe, rather than rely on invites to events in the US.
Peter’s European odyssey took him all over the world, including Kazakhstan, India and Kenya to name just a few. And after a steady 2012, where he played predominately on the Challenge Tour, Peter exploded into prominence the following year, displaying the composure of a seasoned champion to claim his maiden European Tour title at the Madeira Islands Open in May.
Strong performances at the BMW PGA Championship and the Aberdeen Asset Management followed before he recorded two second places at the ISPS Handa Wales Open and Alfred Dunhill Links Championship respectively, with the 24-year-old coming within inches of becoming the first ever European Tour player to shoot a 59 at the latter.
Peter entered the top 100 of the Official World Golf Ranking for the first time in his career in September, a month after he teed up at the final major of the season, the US PGA Championship at Oak Hill in New York.
He finished 14th in the Race to Dubai and capped a superb season by receiving the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year award – becoming the first American to do so.
A highlight of 2015 was a share of sixth at the Race to Dubai Final Series Tournament the Turkish Airlines Open but, other than finishing tied fourth at the True Thailand Classic, he struggled with injury throughout 2016.
He started the 2017 season in fine form with top-ten finishes at the BMW SA Open, Omega Dubai Desert Classic and Tshwane Open before making an impression on the PGA Tour with a share of fifth at the Puerto Rico Open and going on to qualify for the US Open at Erin Hills.
Pete returned to the top 100 in the rankings after finishing second at the HNA Open de Frane in July and went on to secure his PGA Tour card with victory at the Nationwide Childrens Hospital Championship.
2018 season: Schedule and results
11/01-14/01 - Song Open in Hawaii - M/C
18/01-21/01 - CareerBuilder Challenge - T17
25/01-28/01 - Farmers Insurance Open - M/C
01/02-04/02 - Waste Management Phoenix Open - T52
15/02-18/02 - Genesis Open - T26
22/02-25/02 - The Honda Classic
01/03-04/03 - WGC Mexico Championship
08/03-11/03 - Valspar Championship
21 February 2018
This week we have George Coetzee, Matthias Schwab, Matthew Nixon, Matt Wallace, Gavin Moynihan, Clement Sordet, Darren Clarke, Gregory Bourdy and Nino B...
18 February 2018
Gregory Bourdy ended the week with a share of 31st place at the NBO Oman Open. Clement Sordet was 37th, Matt Wallace was 44th, Nino Bertas...
13 February 2018
This week we have Gavin Moynihan, Gregory Bourdy, Matt Wallace, Matthias Schwab, Clement Sordet, Darren Clarke and Nino Bertasio in the field at the NBO...
11 February 2018
Dimi Papadatos finished in a share of 11th at the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth where Ben Eccles was tied for 18th. Ben was knocked out of Roun...
09 February 2018
International Sports Management Limited and Neil Fairbrother have today announced that Neil will be leaving ISM to set up a new management company, Phoe...
07 February 2018
Gavin Moynihan, Tom Murray, Matt Nixon and Matthias Schwab play for the first time in 2018 at the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth. Australians Be...
04 February 2018
Nino Bertasio finished in a share of fifth place at the Maybank Championship in Malaysia. It was the Italian's third top-10 finish in six event...
28 January 2018
Matt Wallace finished in a share of 37th place at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic with Nino Bertasio 53rd at the Emirates Course. Anirban Lahiri ...
26 January 2018
Congratulations to Ali Altuntas, our inaugural Gloria Futures Tour New Course Champion. Despite facing a 5 shot deficit, Ali...
21 January 2018
Peter Uihlein finished in a share of 17th place at the Career Builder Challenge in La Quinta. It was Peter's fifth top-20 finish in his l...
05 July 2017
It's very pleasing to see Peter Uihlein operating at the sharp end again on a regular basis. ...
30 June 2017
The story of Chris Lloyd is a very interesting one... and a lesson for all those youngsters who start losing the way in ...
01 June 2017
What a difference a year has made in the career and life of Matt Wallace. From unknown to se...
17 May 2017
Louis Oosthuizen is one of those players you believe can win wherever and whenever he tees it up. And although Louis h...
29 March 2017
Four sub-70 rounds including a closing 66 brought a double dividend for Peter Uihlein at the Puerto Rico Open....
09 February 2017
Peter Uihlein's infectious smile is once again lighting up the world's fairways. ...
13 January 2017
Now that the golf world has woken up from its brief winter hibernation, I thought I'd take a look into the future and w...
10 November 2016
What an amazing week at the Turkish Airlines Open. The cours...
18 October 2016
A lot has been written about Lee Westwood of late, but, believe me, that story is far from over. One of Lee's greates...
20 September 2016
What a joy it was to see Danny Willett playing golf with a smile on his face again. The result at the Italian Open may not have ultimately been ...