Jonas Blixt

Jonas Blixt

Biography

Swedish–born Jonas Blixt, 26, has played on the Nationwide Tour since 2009 with several top 10 finishes. Blixt attended Florida State University where he was a 2-time NCAA All-American and 4-time ACC Academic All-American. Known for his impressive short game, Blixt heads to the 2011 Nationwide Tour with full-time status after strong earnings in 2010. As a Cobra Golf ambassador, Blixt will play Cobra clubs for all of his events.

Off the course, Jonas enjoys watching ice-hockey and vacationing in Italy. His favorite teams are Florida State, the Detroit Red Wings, and Farjestad, a Swedish pro hockey team. In his spare time he also enjoys catching up on episodes of “Entourage”, his favorite TV show.

Personal Highlights

  • Height: 5' 11"
  • Birthdate: April 24, 1984
  • Birthplace: Nässjö, Sweden
  • Turned Pro: 2008
  • College: Florida State

In the Bag

Driver: BiO CELL (Blue) | 9 degrees | Graphite Design BB 6x
Fairway: BiO CELL+ 3W (Blue) | 13.5 degrees | Graphite Design DI 6x
Irons: S3 Pro MB 3-P | DYG X100
Wedges: Tour Trusty 61°

Season Summary

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Career Highlights

2014

  • T2 The Masters
  • 8 Franklin Templeton Shootout

2013

  • Win at Greenbrier Classic
  • 4 PGA Championship

2012

  • 1 Frys.Com Open
  • 3 Jt Shriners Hospitals for Children Open
  • T10 Crowne Plaza Invitational
  • T3 HP Byron Nelson Championship
  • T9 Wells Fargo Championship

2011

  • T8 South Georgia Classic 
  • T10 Chiquita Classic

2010 Nationwide Finishes

  • T2 Price Cutter Charity Championship Presented by Dr Pepper
  • T7 Knoxville News Sentinel Open. T9 at Panama CLARO Championship
  • Finished No. 59 on the 2010 Nationwide Tour Money List
  • 5 top-25 finishes

Amateur and Collegiate Highlights

  • 2008 - First-team All-American
  • All-"Atlantic Coast Conference" ACC as a junior and a first team All-ACC
  • 2008 - All-Nicklaus Honoree
  • Won four career collegiate events
  • 2007 - Second-team "All-American" All-American selection
  • 2007 and 2008 - Competed in the Palmer Cup