Phillip Price

Pontypridd Man Of The Year & Leading Welsh Golfer

Phillip Price is one of the best golfers to come out of Wales. Representing his country nine times, Price has competed in the World Cup and Ryder Cup – two of the biggest golf competitions in the world. Price qualified in tenth place for the 2002 Ryder Cup. Making a debut that has been described as ‘phenomenal’, Price surprising beat Phil Mickelson in the final day’s singles at The Belfry and secured an invaluable point for the European cause.

The following year, Price claimed the biggest win of his career when he famously completed a bold wire-to-wire win in the 2003 Smurfit Kappa European Open. Price then went on to win an impressive €118,940 in his next three events to move to 100th and be assured of his card. Price began his golf career playing at Pontypridd Golf Club as a boy; he was inspired when he saw his first big tournament, the 1978 Dunlop Masters at St Pierre, won by Tommy Horton.

After his first European Tour win, the 1994 Portuguese Open, he was named Pontypridd Man Of The Year – a highly prestigious award. After his Ryder Cup heroics, he completed a notable Welsh double by being named Newport Man Of The Year in honour of his new home town.

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