September 1, 2019
January 6, 2019
Challenge Tour 2018: Sebastian missed only three cuts in 19 starts and never carded a round higher than 74 as he notched nine top 20s, six top tens, two runner-up finishes and, most memorably, a win at the Italian Challenge in July. (europeantour.com)
Sebastian’s first entry on the European Tour in 2019 will be in Abu Dhabi on January 16th. That will also be his first start in a Rolex Series Tournament.
November 3, 2018
The goal for the year 2018 was to reach top 15 on the Challenge Tour ranking and become one of the graduates for European Tour 2019.
With his brother Jesper on the bag for the Grand Finale, Sebastian secured the 5th place on the final ranking and can now start preparing for next season.
September 15, 2018
After a great week in London Sebastian, with his brother Jesper on the bag, finished T2 at Bridgestone Challenge which also gave him 2nd place on the Challenge Tour ranking. A season-low 63, in the first round, indicates that the game is where it should be as we’re getting closer to the Grand Finale on the road to Ras Al Khaimah.
August 6, 2018
The Swedish Challenge, hosted by the Vice Captain of the European Ryder Cup Team, Robert Karlsson, became a real challenge for both Sebastian and Robert Karlsson, who were paired together for the first two days…
July 30, 2018
This week the Challenge Tour will come to Katrineholm. The Swedish challenge is hosted by Robert Karlsson. (katrineholmsgolf.se)
A look ahead to the Swedish Challenge… (europeantour.com)
Two weeks later, European Tour will come to Sebastian’s hometown, Gothenburg. Nordea Masters at Hills Golf & Sports Club. (nordeamasters.se)
This is a great opportunity for his friends at home and club mates at Delsjö Golfklubb to see and support Sebastian and all the other Swedes.
July 15, 2018
After an extremely hot week with gruelling conditions on the final day, Sebastian was delighted to come out on top at the Italian Challenge.
“I played some nice golf today and it feels amazing to win,” he said in an interview Sunday afternoon. “It was a struggle to focus out there in the heat, which kind of helped because I was so focused on eating, drinking and walking with a wet towel. I only thought about what score I was on towards the end because I was so focused on getting in. (europeantour.com)