Zecheng Dou

Height: 5 ft 9 in (175 cm)

Weight: 154 lb (70 kg)

Birthday: 22 January 1997

College: N/A

Year Turned Pro: 2014

Birthplace: Henan, China

Country: China

Sponsor: Titleist

Zecheng Dou is a Chinese golf pro who’s currently playing on the PGA Tour and is ranked 38th on 2017 Web.com Tour priority list. As an amateur golfer, Zecheng Dou represented his native country at the Asian Games, the Summer Youth Olympics and the Eisenhower Trophy in 2014. Before turning pro in 2014, he won 2 professional events in China and a number of amateur events.

In 2016, Zecheng Dou won 4 times on the PGA Tour China, and he was awarded the Order of Merit. In 2017, he joined the Web.com Tour and in the same year, he became the first Chinese native to win on this tour after he scored a big victory at the Digital Ally Open. In 2018 he earned his PGA Tour card, thus becoming the first golf player from China to achieve such a performance. While playing golf in the US, Zecheng Dou uses the alias Marty. During his golf career, “Marty” earned more than $269,000.