Senior PGA Championship
pga.com
test

John Chillas

Residence: Stirling, Scotland
Birthplace: Aberdeen, Scotland
Turned Pro: 1971
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 190
Birthdate: July 30, 1951
Age: 51
College: Aberdeen, Scotland

Player Notes

Chillas turned professional in 1971 after representing Scotland at Boys level and has since developed into one of the Tartan Tour's most successful players. He represented Great Britain and Ireland in five PGA Cup Matches between 1982 and 1992 and in 2001 achieved arguably his most impressive feat to date, winning the Scottish Professional Championship for a second time, 25 years after he had won it for a first time in 1976. John is renowned as one of his country's finest coaches, working both with individuals and with the hugely successful Stirling University golf team. He spent several years as club professional at Stirling before switching to Glenbervie Golf Club near Larbert a decade ago.

Career Summary

2001 European Seniors Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 5; top-10 finishes - 3; scoring average 71.40;� �26,602 or �16,449 (ranked 54th); best finish, T6th, Temes Seniors Open.

2002 European Seniors Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 15; top-10 finishes - 7; scoring average 71.16;� �125,830 or �79,008 (ranked 8th); best finish, T2nd, Tobago Plantations Senior Classic.























©2003 PGA/Turner Sports Interactive. All Rights Reserved.
Send all feedback / comments to webmaster@pga.com. Sales inquiries contact sales@pga.com.
PGA.com Privacy Policy / Terms of Use.