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A three-time winner on the European Tour, Phillip Price will forever be remembered for his performance at The 2002 Ryder Cup at The Belfry.

The Welshman was pitted against then-World Number Two Phil Mickelson in the final day singles. 2Up on the 16th hole, Price rolled in a 25-foot putt to win his match 3&2 and leave his side needing just half a point to regain The Ryder Cup.
Price turned professional in 1989 and qualified for membership of the European Tour for the 1991 season via the 1990 Qualifying School. His best year on Tour came in 2000, when he finished eighth on the Order of Merit. His other top ten placing came in 2003, when he was tenth.
He has three tournament wins on the European Tour. In 2005 he played on the PGA Tour, and has featured in the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking.
Price played in the 2016 Senior Italian Open which started on his 50th birthday and finished second, a stroke behind compatriot Stephen Dodd. In 2017 he had his first win on the Legends Tour, winning the WINSTON golf Senior Open. He won the 2019 Staysure PGA Seniors Championship for his second over-50s win and would finish that season as Legends Tour Number One, winning the John Jacobs Trophy for topping the Order of Merit.

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Ryder Cup Player 2002
European Tour Wins 3
European Senior Tour Wins 2
Highest World Ranking 41

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