Born on 2nd August 1978, Mr. Liang Wen-chong is currently the best golf player in Mainland China. He started his golf career when he was 15. Three years later, he dominated Chinese amateur golf by winning China Amateur Open consecutively from 1996 to 1998. He became a professional golfer in 1999, the same year he won four legs of Chinese Professional Golf Tournament (CPGT, presented by British American Tobacco). He was the final champion of CPGT in 1999 and 2000. From then on, he has been dominating the Chinese professional golf.
Since 2005, Mr. Liang Wen-chong has been developing his career overseas, getting full exemption of Asian Tour and Japan PGA Tour firstly. In 2006, Mr. Liang was invited by The International (PGA Tour) to Denver, US, to participate in his first PGA Tour. He made it to the third day in that tournament. The same year, he ranked 21st on the Money List of Japan PGA Tour.
His breakthrough year came in 2007. He successfully won the Singapore Masters (European Tour/Asian Tour) in March, becoming the second Mainland Chinese golfer to win on European Tour. In September, he was invited to the PGA Championship held in Southern Hills CC, Tulsa, Oklahoma, becoming the second Mainland Chinese golfer to participate in Majors. At the end of that year, Mr. Liang won the Order of Merit of Asian Tour 2007, with a total purse of 532,590 US Dollars. He was the first one in China who makes his value more and more appreciated.
Mr. Liang made some other history in 2008. Becoming the first Chinese Mainland player to make cut in a major championship, he tied for 64th in the Open Championship in Royal Birkdale. He made his debut in Augusta too.
At the beginning of 2009, Mr. Liang was a member of Team Asia, beating Team Europe in the Royal Trophy. The same year, Mr. Liang attended his 4th Major Championship, the Open Championship, in Turnberry, Scotland.