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Bob Lunn

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Full name  Robert J. Lunn
Masters Tournament  T10: 1970
Height  1.88 m
Turned professional  1965
Other  3
Role  Golfer
Professional wins  9

Nationality  United States
Name  Bob Lunn
PGA tour wins  6
Nickname  Tomato Juice Kid
U.S. Open  T3: 1970
Weight  86 kg
Bob Lunn 1968 Press Photo Bob Lunn Wins Atlanta Golf Classic Nes09565
Born  April 24, 1945 (age 70) San Francisco, California (1945-04-24)

Former tours  PGA TOUR, Champions Tour

Robert J. Lunn (born April 24, 1945) is an American professional golfer who played on the PGA Tour in the 1960s and 1970s.


Lunn was born in San Francisco, California. He was the 1963 U.S. Amateur Public Links champion. He turned pro in 1965 and won six times on the PGA Tour. In 1968, he was named Most Improved Golfer of the Year by Golf Digest. He earned $102,711 and finished 11th on the money list that year after winning two tournaments in a row – the Memphis Open Invitational and the Atlanta Classic. Lunn's best years in professional golf were 1968–72 when he appeared in the top 60 on the money list in each of those years.

Lunn never won a major, but won the par-3 contest at Augusta National's pitch & putt course during the week of the 1969 Masters. His best finish in a major was a T-3 at the 1970 U.S. Open. Lunn retired from the PGA Tour in 1980 and took club pro and teaching pro jobs at three clubs in northern California. Currently he holds the position of Senior PGA Tour Professional at Woodbridge Golf and Country Club in Woodbridge, California.

Lunn has played in just over four dozen events on the Champions Tour since turning 50 in 1995. His best finish was T-34 at the 1995 Kaanapali Classic.

Amateur wins (1)

  • 1963 U.S. Amateur Public Links
  • PGA Tour (6)

    PGA Tour playoff record (2–0)

    Other wins (3)

  • 1969 Southern California Open
  • 1984 Northern California PGA Matchplay Championship
  • 1986 Northern California PGA Strokeplay Championship
  • References

    Bob Lunn Wikipedia

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