Paul Casey Biography
Paul Casey born as Paul Alexander Casey is an English golfer who is a member of the U.S. based PGA Tour. He achieved his highest position, third, in the Official World Golf Ranking. He has had 19 professional wins so far.
He is the UNICEF Ambassador.
Paul Casey Age
Alexander was born on 21 July 1977 in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. He is 41 years old as of 2018.
Paul Casey Height
He stands at a height of 1.78 m.
Paul Casey Family
He was born in Cheltenham and when he was 6 years old, his family moved to Weybridge, Surrey. Details regarding his parents’ names are not available. He attended Cleves School in Weybridge and later Hampton School in West London. He undertook his A levels at Strode’s College, Egham, Surrey and undertook a golf scholarship at Arizona State University.
Paul Casey Wife
He married Jocelyn Hefner in 2008 and later agreed to divorce in 2011. He then married his current wife, Pollyanna Woodward, a TV presenter. The two met at the F1 Chequered Flag Ball at the 2011 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The two engaged during the Christmas season of 2013 and they were blessed with a son called Lex on September 1, 2014. They later married in January 2015.
Paul Casey Amateur Wins
He has had 5 amateur wins.
- 1998 Pac-10 Championship
- 1999 English Amateur, Pac-10 Championship
- 2000 English Amateur, Pac-10 Championship
Paul Casey PGA Tour
5 Apr 2009
Shell Houston Open
J. B. Holmes
11 Mar 2018
Patrick Reed, Tiger Woods
24 Mar 2019
Jason Kokrak, Louis Oosthuizen
European Tour Wins
|26 Aug 2001|
Gleneagles Scottish PGA Championship
|9 Feb 2003|
45 pts (8-10-21-6=45)
|11 May 2003|
Benson & Hedges International Open
|20 Mar 2005|
|27 Nov 2005|
Volvo China Open1
|25 Jun 2006|
Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles (2)
|17 Sep 2006|
HSBC World Match Play Championship
10 & 8
|21 Jan 2007|
Abu Dhabi Golf Championship
|18 Jan 2009|
Abu Dhabi Golf Championship (2)
|24 May 2009|
BMW PGA Championship
|30 Jan 2011|
Volvo Golf Champions
|30 Jun 2013|
The Irish Open
|14 Sep 2014|
Asian Tour wins
20 Mar 2005
27 Nov 2005
Volvo China Open1
Korean Tour wins
2 Oct 2011
Shinhan Donghae Open
Kang Sung-hoon, Kim Kyung-Tae
Paul Casey Net Worth | Career Earnings
He has acquired an estimated net worth of $21 million from his career.
Paul Casey Owgr
According to owgr, his current position in number 11 with 260.89 total points.
Paul Casey Caddie
John McLaren is Paul Casey’s usual caddie but he has used temporary replacements before too.
Paul Casey Honma
He was spotted with Honma iron.
Paul Casey Results
Paul Casey Pebble Beach
He missed a chance to win the 2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am when he failed to convert a three-stroke 54 hole lead. He was chased down and passed by Phil Mickelson, who claimed a three-stroke victory. Casey birdied the last during a Monday finish to claim solo second
Paul Casey Saudi Arabia
He revealed that he has turned down the opportunity to play in the European’s Tour inaugural event in Saudi Arabia due to human rights violations and he insisted that he never signed a contract to play in the Kingdom.
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Valspar Championship: Paul Casey retains title with thrilling win in Florida
Paul Casey became the first man to retain the Valspar Championship after an enthralling final day in Florida.
Casey, 41, led by one overnight but dropped three shots on the opening nine as a pack of players applied pressure.
The Englishman was level with Jason Kokrak at eight under on the 18th but the American made bogey, meaning Casey needed a par four at the last to win.
He found a bunker off the tee but hit the green from there and two-putted for a first win since last year’s victory.
“It feels cool,” said Casey, who made bogey on 17 to fall back to eight under alongside Kokrak. “It was messy but this course was so difficult and I did make errors. Looking at 72 holes, it was hard work.”
Casey’s win means European golfers have won the past three PGA Tour events, following Rory McIlroy’s victory at the Players Championship and Francesco Molinari’s success at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
The Briton was one clear of world number one Dustin Johnson going into the final round but his American playing partner started poorly, dropping shots on the third and fourth holes in what proved a three-over par round containing no birdies.
Instead, pressure came from South African Louis Oosthuizen, who shot a round of two under to take the clubhouse lead on seven under.
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