Jesús Amaya

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Jesús Amaya
Personal information
Full name Jesús Armando Amaya Contreras
Born (1969-08-24) 24 August 1969 (age 48)
Bogotá, Colombia
Height 1.66 m (5 ft 5 in)
Nationality  Colombia
Spouse Alexandra
Children Andres, Sofia
Turned professional 1991
Current tour(s) Tour de las Americas
Professional wins 34

Jesús Armando Amaya Contreras (born 24 August 1969) is a Colombian professional golfer.

Amaya was born in Bogotá, and worked as a caddie at the Club Popular de Golf La Florida before turning professional in 1991.

In addition to his many victories on the Colombian Golf Federation circuit, including three Colombian Open titles, Amaya has won six times on the Tour de las Americas, finishing second on the Order of Merit in 2000–01, and fourth in 2001–02.

Amaya has represented Colombia on five occasions at the World Cup.

Professional wins (34)[edit]

Tour de las Americas wins (7)[edit]

Colombian wins (26)[edit]

This list is incomplete

  • 1993 Colombian Open
  • 1994 Caribbean Open (Barranquilla)
  • 2003 Los Andes GC Open, Pereira Open
  • 2004 Barranquilla Open, Colombian Open, Petrolero Open, CC Cali Open, CC Guaymaral Tournament (with Gustavo Mendoza)
  • 2005 Serrezuela Open, Pueblo Viejo CC Open, Farallones Open, CC Medellín Open, Colombian Open, Caribbean Open (Barranquilla), GC Peñalisa Open, Carmel Club Open
  • 2006 CC Armenia Open, Manizales Open, Serrezuela Open, Colombian National Championship, GC Peñalisa Open
  • 2007 CC Cali Open
  • 2008 CC La Sabana Open, CC El Rancho Open, Carmel Club Open

Other wins (1)[edit]

  • 2010 Dominican Republic Open

Team appearances[edit]

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