Bernd Wiesberger's insane 2016 air miles

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BERND WIESBERGER

We all know professional golfers – especially those on the European Tour – carve out a serious amount of air miles over the course of a year.


And Bernd Wiesberger, in a picture he posted to Twitter, revealed that he spent almost two weeks of his 2016 on a plane – with a total of 55 separate flights.

The Austrian, who finished his season with five top fives in his last seven starts, visited every continent apart from Africa (and obviously not Antarctica) during the year – including trips to the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro and to Melbourne for the World Cup of Golf.

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Check out the interesting map below of his travels, which also revealed that he travelled almost five times around the earth and a total of 121,490 miles.




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