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Official World Golf Ranking: 1940
Born: Mon,Dec 19,1977 - Glasgow, Scotland
Age: 44y 7m 25d, Nationality: GBR
Height: 6'1", Weight: 195lbs
Home: Lockerbie, Scotland
Turned Pro: 1997, Joined European Tour: 2009
Notes: Learned the game from his great uncle Davie and his father, Hugh, at Whinhill Golf Club in Greenock, Scotland. After becoming a professional in 1997, 'Doaky' played on the Scottish PGA Tartan Tour, twice topping the regional Order of Merit and clocking up over forty wins, including the Northern Open in both 2005 and 2008. Also in 2008, Doak won the Srixon PGA Playoffs to become the British and Irish PGA No. 1 and set a new record for the most Tartan Tour Order of Merit w...

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Chris Doak

Learned the game from his great uncle Davie and his father, Hugh, at Whinhill Golf Club in Greenock, Scotland. After becoming a professional in 1997, 'Doaky' played on the Scottish PGA Tartan Tour, twice topping the regional Order of Merit and clocking up over forty wins, including the Northern Open in both 2005 and 2008. Also in 2008, Doak won the Srixon PGA Playoffs to become the British and Irish PGA No. 1 and set a new record for the most Tartan Tour Order of Merit wins in one season. In 2010, Chris returned to the Tartan Tour circuit to win the Scottish PGA Championship at Gleneagles.
Played his rookie season on The European Tour in 2009 after coming through the 2008 Qualifying School, but finished 168th in The Race to Dubai to return to the Challenge Tour. Played on that tour in 2010 (was 108th on money list), in 2011 (was 36th on money list). Claimed his first Challenge Tour title in the 2012 Allianz Open de Lyon, en route to securing his return to The European Tour via tenth place in the Challenge Tour Rankings. Rounded off an impressively consistent season with T-7th finish at the Apulia San Domenico Grand Final, having also finished T-6th in the Lyoness Open. Played full time on the European Tour in 2013 finishing 101st on the Race to Dubai, in 25 starts had one top-ten, T-8th Portugal Masters.
In 2014, had his best finish of the year at the BMW PGA Championship where he tied for 12th at 7-under par.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 132, Cuts Made: 62 (47%), Top Tens: 4 (3%) , Rounds: 353, Scoring Avg: 72.25, Career Earnings: $1,272,686 - Best Finish: Alfred Dunhill (5th)
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