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Andrew Murray (golfer)

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Full name  Andrew Murray
U.S. Open  DNP
Weight  70 kg
European tour  1
Masters Tournament  DNP
Height  1.80 m
Turned professional  1972
Professional wins  5
Role  Golfer
Nationality  England
Name  Andrew Murray
Former tours  PGA European Tour

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Born  30 June 1956 (age 59) Manchester, England (1956-06-30)
Residence  Lymm, Cheshire, England

Current tours  European Seniors Tour

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Andrew Stephen Murray (born 30 June 1956) is an English professional golfer.

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Andrew Murray (golfer) About Andrew Andrew Murray Golf

Murray was born in Manchester. He turned professional in 1972. He played on the European Tour from the 1979 through 1995 before calling time on his career, after suffering from spondylitis for many years. He recorded only one win on the European Tour, at the 1989 Panasonic European Open. That season, he finished a career best 28th on the Order of Merit.

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Murray has since worked as a commentator and analyst for the BBC. After turning 50, he has combined that work with a return to tournament golf on the European Seniors Tour.

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Murray's son Tom plays on the European Tour and the Challenge Tour.

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Other wins (4)

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  • 1987 Trinidad and Tobago Open
  • 1988 Trinidad and Tobago Open
  • 1989 Johnnie Walker International (Tobago)
  • 1990 BWIA International Open (Tobago)
  • Results in major championships

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    Note: The Open Championship was the only major Murray played.
    DNP = Did not play
    CUT = missed the half-way cut

    References

    Andrew Murray (golfer) Wikipedia


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