Tim Clark


Tim Clark was born in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa on December 17th, 1975 and is the Golfer. At the age of 47, Tim Clark biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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December 17, 1975
South Africa
Place of Birth
Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
47 years old
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Tim Clark Career

Clark turned professional in 1998, and initially played on the second tier U.S. professional tour, which was then known as the Nike Tour, where he won two tournaments in 2000 to gain membership of the main PGA Tour for 2001. His 2001 campaign was cut short by a wrist injury after just three events. He made a comeback in 2002, and had the benefit of a major medical exemption which enabled him to enter enough events to comfortably regain full exemption for 2003. He captured his first PGA Tour victory at the 2010 Players Championship, becoming only the second golfer to make the Players his first Tour victory. He has had three European Tour victories. He finished sole second at the 2006 Masters Tournament and sole or tied third at the 2003 PGA Championship and the 2005 U.S. Open.

Clark was a member of the International Team, captained by fellow South African Gary Player in two of three appearances, in the 2003, 2005 and 2009 Presidents Cup. Player dubbed him the team's "bull dog" in reference to his dogged determination and refusal to give in or let go. In 2005 he reached the top 20 of the Official World Golf Rankings for the first time. He won the Sunshine Tour Order of Merit in the 2001/02 season. He has played Gary Player's annual charity event in South Africa to help raise funds for needy children and personally paid for a little girl's cochlear ear implant so that she could hear after winning the event in 2005. In Australia for a three-tournament swing, he won the 2008 Australian Open in a playoff with Mathew Goggin when they were both tied at 9-under-par. Neither seemed to have a chance with four holes to play when David Smail led at 12-under only to double-bogey the next two holes.

In May 2009, Clark nearly had his first PGA Tour victory in hand at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, but he bogeyed the 18th hole to force a playoff. On the first hole of that playoff, he missed a 7-footer which would have given him the victory. Then, on the second playoff hole, he and Steve Marino lost to Steve Stricker. In May 2010, Clark picked up his first PGA Tour title in his 206th start, after eight runner-up finishes, at the 2010 Players Championship. Clark came from three behind with a final round 67 to win by a stroke over Robert Allenby. At the time, Clark was the highest-earning player without a win, earning $14.7 million and having eight runner-up finishes.

On 11 August 2013, in the final round of the PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club, Clark made a hole-in-one on the 220-yard, par-3 11th hole. On 27 July 2014, Clark won the RBC Canadian Open, finishing one stroke ahead of Jim Furyk. This was his second PGA Tour title and first victory in more than four years. He birdied five out of the last eight holes to come from three strokes back in the final round. The win moved Clark back inside the world's top 100.

A left elbow injury hampered Clark for much of 2015 and 2016. Clark last played the 2016 CareerBuilder Challenge and has a career money list exemption available. His career earnings are over $23.9 million.


Melbourne Cup 2022: Results list, where all horses placed from Gold Trip to Duais to Knights Order

www.dailymail.co.uk, November 1, 2022
The results for the 2022 Melbourne Cup are in. The thrilling race kicked off at 3pm at the famous Flemington track. Punters' favourite horse to win the coveted Melbourne Cup was Gold Trip, ridden by Mark Zahra, closely followed by Duais and Knights Order. Many punters were left disappointed with several crowd favourites failing to place while the least popular horse on the tote, Emissary, came in second.

Have we just seen next year's Melbourne Cup winner? Gai Waterhouse horse sends ominous message

www.dailymail.co.uk, November 1, 2022
Punters may have seen the 2023 Melbourne Cup winner in White Marlin, after the Irish born gelding (pictured right) blitzed the field over 2800 metres in an early race on Melbourne Cup day at Flemington. A $2.30 pre-race favourite, the Gai Waterhouse (pictured left) trained horse justified the hype to win by five lengths with accomplished jockey Tim Clark in the saddle.

Melbourne Cup gambling protester sprayed unknown substance over race track before 3pm race

www.dailymail.co.uk, November 1, 2022
A self-admitted 'problem gambler' broke into the Melbourne Cup race track to pour an unidentified substance on the track. Alarming footage shows at least two people broke into the Flemington track at about 6am on Tuesday and sprayed a dark liquid over the course in apparent protest against the Victoria Racing Club.  One person surrendered themselves to police and sent footage to Nine News.