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James Lepp

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Nationality  Canada
Weight  73 kg
Turned professional  2006
Height  1.78 m
Professional wins  2
Role  Golfer
Former tours  PGA Tour Canada
Name  James Lepp

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Born  November 19, 1983 (age 32) Abbotsford, British Columbia (1983-11-19)
Residence  Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada
College  University of Illinois University of Washington

Education  University of Washington

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James Lepp (born November 19, 1983) is a Canadian professional golfer.


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Lepp was born in Abbotsford, British Columbia. He began his collegiate golf career at the University of Illinois. In 2005, he won the NCAA Division I Championship while playing for the University of Washington, the first Canadian male to do so. He turned professional in 2006 and joined the Canadian Tour in 2007, winning one event.

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Lepp only played in two events in 2009 and has not played in any events in 2010. Lepp and two of his friends started a golf company called Kikkor Golf in 2008 and it became fully functional in 2010.

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Amateur wins (6)

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this list may be incomplete

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  • 2002 British Columbia Amateur
  • 2003 British Columbia Amateur, Pacific Coast Amateur
  • 2004 British Columbia Amateur
  • 2005 NCAA Division I Championship, British Columbia Amateur
  • Canadian Tour wins (2)

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  • 2003 Greater Vancouver Classic (as an amateur)
  • 2007 Greater Vancouver Charity Classic
  • Team appearances

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  • Eisenhower Trophy (representing Canada): 2002, 2004
  • References

    James Lepp Wikipedia

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