David Frost

    David Frost

    Height: 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)

    Weight: 92 kg (203 lb; 14.5 st)

    Birthday: 11 September 1959

    College: –

    Year turned pro: 1981

    Birthplace: Cape Town, South Africa

    Country: South Africa

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    South African Frost was educated at Paarl Boys’ High School, before graduating and eventually working as a cigarette salesman. He turned professional as a golfer in 1981. Frost’s first win as a professional came in 1983 in his home country. Although Frost spent time playing in South Africa during the northern hemisphere winter, he also spent a considerable amount of time playing abroad. He joined the European Tour in 1982, played on the tour until 1984.
    After this point, Frost spent the majority of his career playing on the PGA Tour. One of Frost’s biggest wins on the Tour was at the 1989 NEC World Series of Golf. During his time playing on the PGA Tour Frost finished in the top 10 on the end of season money list on two occasions. His career as a regular contender on the Tour began to come to an end when he reached his forties. From 2007, Frost re-established his career on the European Tour.
    After reaching the age of 50, Frost began playing on the Champions Tour, where he won his first Senior Major at the Regions Tradition in 2013.
    Away from the course, Frost has other interests. He is the owner of a wine business which produces wines named after legends in the world of golf, like Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer.
    As of the end of 2014, Frost had achieved ten PGA Tour wins, amassing total prize money of $9,195,637.