C.T. Pan

Height: 5 ft 6 in (168 cm)

Weight: 145 lb (66 kg)

Birthday: November 12, 1991

College: University of Washington

Year Turned Pro: 2015

Birthplace: Miaoli, Taiwan

Country: Taiwan

Sponsor: N/A

C.T. Pan also known as Pan Cheng-tsung is a pro-golfer from Taiwan. While attending the University of Washington, he won 8 events, being the number one amateur golfer for 8 weeks in the World Amateur Golf Ranking as per 2013. He also won 2 gold medals at the 2014 Asian Games, 1 individually and 1 for team-play. C.T. Pan managed to make the cut at the 2015 US Open, where he finished 64th.

His first professional win after turning pro in 2015 was at The Players Cup on PGA Tour Canada, in July the same year. C.T. Pan joined the Web.com Tour in 2016 and the PGA Tour in 2017 and he won the 2015 The Players Cup and the 2015 Cape Breton Celtic Classic presented by PC Financial. He started playing golf at the age of 5, thanks to his mother who introduced him to the game, as she was a caddy at a local golf course in Taiwan. Besides golf, C.T. Pan loves tennis and watching movies.