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Final round AT&T National in Potomac, Maryland
Fredrik Jacobson watches his drive off of the 13th tee box during the final round of the AT&T National hosted by Tiger Woods at the Congressional Country Club in Potomac, Maryland on July 6, 2008. Kim won the tournament with a score of 12-under-par for a 268. (UPI Photo/Kevin Dietsch)
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Fredrik Ulf Yngve Jacobson (born 26 September 1974) is a Swedish professional golfer.

Jacobson was born in Kungsbacka. He turned professional in 1994 and was a member of the European Tour in 1995 and from 1997 to 2004. In 2003 he won his first European Tour title, and went on to claim two more victories that season. His fourth place finish on the Order of Merit that year equalled Anders Forsbrand's Swedish record set in 1992, and was the first Swede to win three official money events in one season on the European Tour. In 2004, he joined the PGA Tour.

In 2003 Jacobson was the top scorer in the Seve Trophy, collecting four and a half points out of five. In 2004 he just missed out on a Ryder Cup place, finishing one place short in both the European Tour rankings and the world ranking points rankings, and not being selected as a captain's pick.

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