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Nickname  The Ginger Cat
Name  Chris Williams
Residence  Edenvale, South Africa
Height  1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)

Chris Williams (golfer)
Full name  Christopher Gary Williams
Born  20 March 1959 (age 56) Bebington, Cheshire, England (1959-03-20)
Weight  78 kg (172 lb; 12.3 st)

Nationality  England  South Africa

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Christopher Gary Williams (born 20 March 1959) is a professional golfer from England who currently lived in South Africa who has won nine times on the Sunshine Tour.


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Williams was born in Liverpool, England. He moved to Johannesburg, South Africa shortly before turning professional in 1978. He joined the Sunshine Tour in 1985, and won his first title, the South African PGA Championship, during his d├ębut season. He consistently won between then and 2003.

Williams joined the European Senior Tour on turning 50, having secured conditional playing rights at the 2008 qualifying school. He won for the first time as a senior in March 2011 at the Aberdeen Brunei Senior Masters.

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Amateur wins

1977/78 Junior Springbok

Sunshine Tour wins (9)

  • 1985 Lexington PGA Championship
  • 1989 ICL International
  • 1991 PX Celebrity Pro-Am (with Justin Hobday)
  • 1991 Telephone Manufacturers SA Trophy
  • 1994 Zimbabwe Open
  • 1996 FNB Pro Series 2: Royal Swazi, Leopard Rock Classic
  • 2002 Telkom PGA Championship
  • 2003 Seekers Travel Pro-Am
  • Asian PGA Tour wins (2)

  • 1998 Volvo Masters of Malaysia, FedEx PGA Championship
  • Other wins (3)

  • 1983 Telkom Open (South Africa)
  • 1985 Swaziland Open
  • 2007 Royal Swazi Sun Touring Pro-Am (non-Order of Merit event on the Sunshine Tour)
  • References

    Chris Williams (golfer) Wikipedia

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