Paul Casey is a professional golfer from England, who currently is a part of the top two professional golf tours of the world, the Europe based European Tour and the United States of America based PGA Tour. He had his greatest moment in his professional golf when in 2009; he scaled the top three of the Official Golf World Rankings.
Born in the Cheltenham region of England, the family of Casey moved to Surrey when he was six years old and it was here he finished his schooling before to the United States of America to study at the Arizona States University on a golf scholarship. Casey had an extremely distinguished career as an amateur golfer and he became the first man in the United States of America to win the Pac 10 Championships tournament three years in a row when he won the titles in 1998, 1999, and 2000.
In the final year that he won the title, Paul Casey even broke the record held by Tiger Woods when he shattered his score of 18 under par to score 23 under par 265. At home, back in England, Casey won back to back English Amateur titles in 1999 and 2000 as well. Casey was named in the Great Britain and Ireland squad for their title winning Walker Cup campaign of 1999 and he became the first golfer in over 70 years to record four wins without suffering a single defeat.
Paul Casey turned professional in 2001 and it was the same year he joined the European Tour, going on to win the Gleneagles Scottish PGA Championship in just his seventh event on the Tour. As of now, Casey has won one title on the PGA Tour, eleven on the European Tour as well as two titles on other Tours.