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Full name  Adilson Jose da Silva
Other  >30
Height  1.75 m
Professional wins  >42
Role  Golfer
Former tours  PGA European Tour
Turned professional  1994
Name  Adilson Silva
Turned pro  1994
Nationality  Brazil
Masters Tournament  DNP
Weight  75 kg

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Born  24 January 1972 (age 43) Santa Cruz do Sul, Brazil (1972-01-24)
Residence  KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Current tours  Asian Tour, Sunshine Tour

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Adilson Jose da Silva (born 24 January 1972) is a Brazilian professional golfer. He currently plays on the Southern Africa-based Sunshine Tour, where he has won twelve times.


Da Silva was born in Santa Cruz do Sul, Brazil but later moved to KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. He turned professional in 1994. Da Silva competes predominantly on the Southern Africa-based Sunshine Tour. He won his first title on the tour in 1997 and has since added eight more tournament victories, and led the Vodacom Swing Challenge standings in 2006. He holds the record for most consecutive cuts made on the Sunshine Tour with 43.

Da Silva has also played extensively in Zimbabwe, where he won the Amateur Championship in 1992. He competed on the Zimbabwean PGA Tour between 1996 and 2003, winning more than 30 titles and heading the Zimbabwean Order of Merit on five occasions.

Da Silva played in The Open Championship in 2000, 2007 and 2012. He made the cut in 2012, finishing in a tie for 69th.

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Amateur wins (4)

  • 1990 Brazil Amateur Open Championship
  • 1991 Brazil Amateur Open Championship
  • 1992 Zimbabwe Amateur Championship
  • Phalaborwa Open
  • Other wins (>30)

  • 1996–2003: over 30 wins on the Zimbabwean PGA Tour
  • Results in major championships

    DNP = Did not play
    CUT = missed the half-way cut
    "T" = tied
    Yellow background for top-10.

    Team appearances


  • World Cup (representing Brazil): 2011, 2013
  • References

    Adilson da Silva Wikipedia

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