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Greg Chalmers Golf Player

Greg ChalmersMany of us have heard of famous golfers Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, and the like. But, how many of us have heard about Greg Chalmers? This question may make you shake your head, but if you are a fan of golf betting, it may be worth your while to pay attention. Not only is it important to find a great site to place your bets and enjoy other casino games, like pokies, it's always good to do a little bit of research on the players involved in your favorite pastime.

Chalmers is a veteran PGA Tour member who has been making a big splash on the tour lately. For instance, he is currently 1-for-3 on this tour and a mere 1-for-4 on the PGA Tour. But, this doesn't mean he doesn't have what it takes to win. In fact, you may find that Chalmers may be the underdog with long odds that you have been waiting for to win it all.

Interested in learning more? Keep reading for a comprehensive, but brief, bio on Greg Chalmers pro golf player.

The Australian-born golfer began his career after winning both the 1993 Australian Amateur and the 1994 French Amateur. These successes allowed him to turn professional in 1995, where he continued to make a name for himself.

For instance, in the next few years, he notched four wins in his belt in Australia alone, including the 1998 Australian Open. Other notable accomplishments include:

* Won Europe's second-tier Challenge Tour Championship in 1997

all of this was done in 1997

* He finished 25th on the European tour Order of Merit in 1998

* Also in 1998, he finished fourth at the PGA Tour qualifying school which won him the PGA Tour card for 1999.

Since making it onto the PGA Tour, his best finish happened when he came in second - a feat he managed to accomplish twice - the first time at the 2000 Kemper Insurance Open and the second time at the 2009 Buick Open.

Because of a bad season in 2004, Chalmers lost his card to the PGA Tour. But, he was able to reclaim it when he won the Albertson's Boise Open in 2005, which gave him just what he needed to return to the PGA in 2006.

It wasn't long after this victory that Chalmers began to struggle and lost his status again. As a result, he played on the Nationwide tour during the 2007 and 2008 seasons. Finally, in 2008, he was able to finish 8th on the money list and regain his PGA Tour card for the 2009 season. Since then, he has managed to keep his status but, a win still eludes him.

Not to be counted out, it's worth noting that in 2011, Chalmers won the Australian Open again, 13 years after his initial victory. It's also important to note that, to secure his win, he had to successfully fend off the likes of Tiger Woods and John Senden.

This victory must have lit a fire underneath him because it was followed by another win at the Australian PGA Championship, which gave him the second Australian Major of the year. To take the title, he defeated both Marcus Fraser and Robert Allenby in a sudden-death playoff. These wins led to yet another win on the PGA Tour Australasia Order of Merit. He would have been the second player to get a chance to win the Australian Triple Crown but, he still has to snag that ever-elusive Australian Masters title.

Fast forward to 2016, and Chalmers is still maintaining the status quo. His talent is obvious but his veteran status causes many to count him out, which is exactly why he is a wild card. Keep a close eye on this golfer, ladies and gents, he may just win it all one day.