CT Pan Foundation Founder/Director

Cheng-Tsung Pan was introduced to the game of golf when he was five years old by his mother, who caddied at a local Taiwanese golf course. At fifteen, he became the youngest US Amateur quarter-finalist since Bobby Jones. Pan then went on to play for the men’s golf team at the University of Washington, where he won eight events. From there, he turned professional in 2015.

CT quickly started making waves on the PGA TOUR Canada, where he earned his first professional win at The Players Cup in 2015. In September that year, he won his second professional win at the Cape Breton Celtic Classic.

CT became first PGA Tour Playoffs player in 2016 from Greater China region and made to the BMW Championship, the second to last leg of the Playoffs in 2017. On 21 April 2019, Pan earned his first PGA Tour victory at the RBC Heritage, on the Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. He became the second Taiwanese golfer to win on the PGA Tour after 32 years. Also, CT is first Team International Member of the Presidents Cup from Chinese Taipei in December, 2019.

My road to PGA TOUR



Mackenzie Tour (Canada)

2015 Summer

Korn Ferry Tour (web.com tour)


PGA Tour

2016 September – Present


My Blogs

Tournament Schedule