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PARRY Craig

Craig PARRY

AUS

Biography

ResidenceSydney, Australia (USA: Orlando, Florida)
Date of Birth:12/01/1966
Place of BirthSunshin, Victoria, Australia
Height & Weight5ft 6in 12st 1lb (168cm 77kgs)
FamilyWife: Jenny; Children: April (1992), Ryan (1994), Brendan (1997)
InterestsSailing, watersports, cricket, rugby, computers, Aussie Rules Football
Turned Pro1985 (plus 3)
Qualifying School1987*

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Biography

Completed the biggest victory of his career when he won the World Golf Championships – NEC Invitational at Sahalee Country Club, Remond, Washington in August 2002, the first Australian to win a World Golf Championships event. Plied his trade on The European Tour before heading to the United States where he competed for ten years before rejoined The European Tour in 2002. Claimed his sixth title on The European Tour International Schedule when he won the Heineken Classic on home soil after a play-off with Nick O'Hern. Known as “Popeye” on the circuit for his well-developed forearms. A computer enthusiast, often found tinkering with his laptop, and built his own website www.craigparry.com.

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European Tour Wins6
Wins this season0
Current Rankings
OWGR1508
Biggest European Tour Prize:: € 1,016,673 (2002)

Teams

Professional Alfred Dunhill Cup 1991, 93,95,96,98,99 World Cup 2002 Presidents Cup 1994, 96, 98 (winners) 4 Tours World Championship 1988, 89, 90 (winners), 91 Professional Amateur Boys, Youths 1984-85

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