★ Magnus Sunesson
Sunesson represented Sweden as an Amateur 1980 and 1982. He turned professional in 1982 and played on the Swedish Golf tour, where he won four tournaments, beating mats Lanner by five strokes at the 1984 Maggi Cup and Anders Forsbrand at the 1988 Teleannon Grand Prix. In 1989, he won the Swedish Golf tour order of merit, beating Anders Gillner and mats Lanner. He represented Sweden in the 1986 Europcar Cup together with Anders Forsbrand, Per-Arne Brostedt and Magnus Granqvist.
Joining the European tour in 1987, he played seven seasons in it-1987-1988 and 1990-1994, collecting a prize of 365.415 euros. He recorded six top-10 finishes, including fourth at the 1990 Cepsa Madrid Open at Real Club de la Puerta de Hierro, three strokes behind Bernhard Langer, and T4 at the 1992 Volvo PGA championship at Wentworth Golf Club in Surrey, England. His best result at a major Golf championship was a tie for 12th place at the 1991 Open championship at Royal Birkdale Golf club. After the final rounds of 68 and 67, he found himself one stroke behind the T9 trio of Seve Ballesteros, Bernhard Langer and Greg Norman, and 8 strokes behind winner Ian Baker-Finch, who finished with rounds of 64 and 66.
After retiring from the tour, Sanesson turned professional at the PGA Club and served as head professional at Drottningholms GK 1995-1998. He was the coach of the Swedish national team in the Swedish Golf Federation from 1995 to 2002, and also coached the future Hello Sweden team from 1999 to 2004, which included Henrik Stenson, Peter Hanson and Christian Nilsson. From 2007 to 2012, he was the broadcaster of Viasat Golf, covering the European tour and some PGA Tour events, such as the US Open. He also briefly served as a greengrocers assistant at the Vasatorps GK and Barseback Golf & Country Club international tournament courses, as well as a General Manager at RYA GK.
Sanesson won the Swedish Hickory championship in 2015, beating Magnus Persson Atlevi, and successfully defended the title in 2016.
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