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Liam Bond turned professional in 1986 while still in his mid-teens but spent many years working as an assistant club professional and didn't attempt to qualify for the European Tour until 1995.

a runner-up finish in his second tournament and ending the year ranked 31st. At the end of 2010, Bond finally qualified for the DP World Tour for the first time at the age of 40, on his 15th visit to the European Tour Qualifying School. In 2021 Bond joined the Legends Tour, recoring an 11th place finish in Austria as his highest finish. Born in Southport, England, Bond transferred his allegiance to Wales after winning the Welsh Professionals Championship in 1998."}" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":13057,"3":{"1":0},"11":4,"12":0,"15":"Arial","16":10}">Bond won his national championship in 1998, finished 11th on the PGA EuroPro Tour in 2003 and qualified for the Challenge Tour in 2007, when he was 36. His debut season at this level was successful, recording a runner-up finish in his second tournament and ending the year ranked 31st. At the end of 2010, Bond finally qualified for the DP World Tour for the first time at the age of 40, on his 15th visit to the European Tour Qualifying School. In 2021 Bond joined the Legends Tour, recording an 11th place finish in Austria as his highest finish. Born in Southport, England, Bond transferred his allegiance to Wales after winning the Welsh Professionals Championship in 1998.

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Legends Tour Best Finish 11
Professional Wins 4
Turned Pro 1986

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