|Full name Paul Graham Albert Way|
Masters Tournament DNP
Weight 72 kg
Professional wins 4
Height 1.73 m
European tour 3
|Turned professional 1981|
Former tours PGA European Tour
Name Paul Way
|Born 12 March 1963 (age 52)
Kingsbury, Middlesex, England (1963-03-12) |
Residence Tonbridge, Kent, England
Current tours European Senior Tour
SPORT : GOLF : Sunningdale
Paul Graham Albert Way (born 12 March 1963) is an English professional golfer.
- SPORT GOLF Sunningdale
- Amateur wins
- European Tour wins 3
- Other wins 1
- Results in major championships
- Team appearances
Way was born in Kingsbury, Middlesex. He went to the Hugh Christie School in Tonbridge, Kent. He won the Brabazon Trophy in 1981.
Way turned professional in 1982 and quickly found success on the European Tour, winning that year's KLM Dutch Open.
For a few years, Way was one of Europe's most promising young golfers, and he represented Europe in the Ryder Cup in 1983, when he became the second youngest Ryder Cup player up to that time after Nick Faldo, and again in 1985, when Europe captured the trophy which had been in American hands for twenty-eight years. He had an outstanding Ryder Cup record of six wins, two losses and one halved match.
Way did not sustain his early success. His last top 100 finish on the Order of Merit was in 1993 and after 1997 he played little tournament golf. He began playing on the European Senior Tour after turning 50 in March 2013.
European Tour wins (3)
European Tour playoff record (1–1)
Other wins (1)
Results in major championships
Note: Way never played in the Masters Tournament nor the U.S. Open.
CUT = missed the half-way cut (3rd round cut in 1983 and 1985 Open Championships)
"T" = tied