Jamie Donaldson Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Children, Net Worth

Jamie Donaldson
Jamie Donaldson

Jamie Donaldson Wiki

James Ross Donaldson is a famous Welsh professional golfer who plays on the European Tour.


Quick Bio
Birth Date 19 October 1975
Birth Place Pontypridd, United Kingdom
Wife Kathryn Tagg
Age 43 years
Profession golf Player
Height 1.8 m
U.S. Open T32: 2013
Current tour PGA European Tour
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Jamie Donaldson Bio

golfer Jamie Donaldson was born on 19 October 1975 in Pontypridd, United Kingdom.

He turned professional in 2000. Having failed to come through the European Tour’s qualifying school, in 2001.

Donaldson played predominantly on the second tier Challenge Tour. He won the BMW Russian Open and the Telia Grand Prix in Sweden on his way to second place in the Challenge Tour Rankings.

He also made the most of limited opportunities on the elite tour, making five cuts from seven events, with two top ten finishes, as he ended the season inside the top 100 on the Order of Merit to earn his European Tour card for 2002.

Donaldson played well enough on the 2014 PGA Tour as a non-member to earn a PGA Tour card for the 2014–15 season.

Donaldson secured the winning point for Europe in the 2014 Ryder Cup, with a wedge shot onto the 15th green, beating Keegan Bradley 4 & 3.

Just three years later, Donaldson was on the verge of losing his European Tour card. However, he finished fourth in the final event, the Andalucía Valderrama Masters, to move inside the top 101 of the Race to Dubai standings to secure his playing rights for the 2018 season.

Jamie targets Portrush return after claiming Scottish Open lead

He set his sights on an emotional return to Royal Portrush after claiming a share of the clubhouse lead on day one of the ASI Scottish Open.

Donaldson won the Irish Open at Portrush in 2012 but is currently not in the field for next week’s Open Championship at the same venue after being sidelined for seven months following wrist surgery.

Three places in the year’s final major are up for grabs for players not already exempt who finish in the top 10 at the Renaissance Club, where the former Ryder Cup star carded an opening seven-under-par 64 to share the lead with Andy Sullivan, Thomas Aiken and Kalle Samooja.