|Full name Jamie Moul|
Height 1.83 m
Turned professional 2007
|Name Jamie Moul|
Challenge tour 1
Professional wins 1
|Born 26 September 1984 (age 31)
Chelmsford, England (1984-09-26) |
Residence Colchester, United Kingdom
Former tours PGA European Tour, Challenge Tour
Jamie Moul teeing off on the Gainsborough course - English Challenge
Jamie Moul (born 26 September 1984) is an English professional golfer who became the third man to top the World Amateur Golf Ranking on 13 February 2007.
Moul plays out of Stoke-by-Nayland Golf Club near Colchester in Essex. His tournament wins include the 2006 Lytham Trophy, and the 2007 Brabazon Trophy (jointly with Romain Bechu).
Moul played on the Great Britain and Ireland team in the 2007 Walker Cup. He played in all four rounds. On the Saturday, he halved the foursomes with his partner Daniel Willett, and won his singles by 1 hole against opponent, Chris Kirk. On Sunday, Moul lost twice, again playing with Daniel Willett in the morning foursomes, and losing to Jamie Lovemark in the afternoon singles. Great Britain & Ireland lost to the United States 12½ to 11½.
Moul turned professional after the 2007 Walker Cup.
In 2011, Moul won his first Challenge Tour event at the inaugural Acaya Open in Italy.
Moul is coached by Ipswich-based professional Kevin Lovelock.