Paul Casey has been a pillar of European golf since stepping into the spotlight in the early 2000s.
After winning three consecutive Pac10 championships and two British Amateur championships, Casey began playing on the European Tour in 2001. He picked up his first professional victory at the Gleneagles Scottish PGA Championship in August of the same year.
The Englishman moved onto the PGA Tour in 2005 and split his career between the two tours. In 2009, after racking up 13 worldwide wins, Casey broke through on the PGA Tour with a win at the Shell Houston Open.
Throughout his career, Casey has been a mainstay in the Ryder Cup. In five appearances (’04, ’06, ’08, ’18 & ’20), Casey has been a part of three winning efforts for the Euros and has a career record of 4-7-5.
In 2021, Casey left the PGA Tour and DP World Tour for a spot on the LIV Golf Tour. As it stands, his European and PGA Tour career appears finished with 15 wins in Europe, three PGA Tour wins and seven other worldwide wins.
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