The Swede earned his first U.S. Open start by shooting 9-under 135 in the Surrey, England, sectional qualifier conducted on the Old and New courses at Walton Heath Golf Club. Four years after turning professional, Kinhult registered his first victory in the 2019 Betfred British Masters at Hillside Golf Club. Kinhult enjoyed a decorated junior and amateur career that saw him represent Sweden in the 2002 Junior Olympics and World Amateur Team Championship. At the Junior Olympics, he won an individual silver medal and a team gold. In June 2015, he became the third amateur to lead a European Tour event after 36 holes (Nordea Masters), where he eventually tied for 33rd. His younger sister, Frida, currently plays at Florida State and qualified for the 2018 Women's British Open.
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