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Lu Chien-soon

Lu Chien-soon
— Golfer —
Personal information
Born (1959-12-28) 28 December 1959
Taipei, Taiwan
Height 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Weight 175 lb (79 kg; 12.5 st)
Nationality  Taiwan
Residence Taipei, Taiwan
Career
Turned professional 1983
Current tour(s) Champions Tour
Former tour(s) Asian Tour
Japan Golf Tour
Nationwide Tour
Professional wins 34
Number of wins by tour
European Seniors Tour 1
Other 33
Best results in major championships
Masters Tournament DNP
U.S. Open CUT: 1984
The Open Championship T29: 1983
PGA Championship DNP

Lu Chien-soon (born 28 December 1959) is a Taiwanese professional golfer.

Lu played on the Asian Tour and the Taiwan Tour, winning 32 times.[1][2] He also played on the Ben Hogan Tour (now Nationwide Tour) in 1992, where his best finish was T-5 at the Ben Hogan Louisiana Open. He played on the Japan Golf Tour in 2001, where his best finish as a member was T-11 at the NST Niigata Open Golf Championship, he had previously finished T-9 at the 1985 Golf Digest Tournament as a non-member.

After being sidelined for eight years (2001–08) with back problems,[1][2] he returned to competition in 2009. He qualified for the Champions Tour via qualifying school. His best finishes are T-2 at the 2010 JELD-WEN Tradition, 2nd at the 2011 Montreal Championship and T-2 at the 2012 Regions Tradition. He won the 2011 Fubon Senior Open on the European Seniors Tour.

Professional wins (34)

Asian wins (33)

this list is incomplete

European Seniors Tour wins (1)

No. Date Tournament Winning score Margin of
victory
Runner-up
1 20 Nov 2011 Fubon Senior Open −12 (64-71-69=204) 5 strokes Lorens Chan (am)

Team appearances

Professional

References

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