Kjeldsen, 11th on the European Tour money list, is in the field of the Bridgestone Invitational this week.
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Kjeldson was consistent at the majors last season, he finished in the top-40 in three of four majors, but his best finished was a T30 at the Masters. His entry into the big events this season is up in the air, though, as his world ranking is 81st. He finished 43rd on the European Tour money list last year and he'll again mostly play overseas.
Kjeldson is a classic Euro player in that he'll only play in the biggest events on the PGA TOUR. While he's bound to have success at some of those events, it likely won't be enough to validate a selection. Kjeldsen moved from 50th to 35th in the 2009 final Official World Golf Rankings.