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Mike Miller (golfer)

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Full name  Michael John Miller
Other  4 (regular) 1 (senior)
Height  1.83 m
Former tours  PGA European Tour
Challenge Tour  1
Role  Golfer
Turned professional  1978

Professional wins  7
Name  Mike Miller
Nationality  Scotland
Masters Tournament  DNP
European seniors tour  1

Born  22 April 1951 (age 64) Lenzie, Scotland (1951-04-22)

Current tours  European Seniors Tour
Residence  Torrance, United Kingdom

Michael John Miller (born 22 April 1951) is a Scottish professional golfer.


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Miller was born in Lenzie, East Dunbartonshire, near Glasgow. He turned professional in 1978 at a relatively late age, and was the European Tour's Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year in 1979. That year he lost a playoff to Mark James at the Welsh Golf Classic. He never came closer than that to winning a European Tour event, though he finished second in the 1983 Kronenbourg Open. His best ranking on the European Tour Order of Merit was forty-seventh in 1981. However he has won several professional tournaments, including one each on the Challenge Tour and the European Seniors Tour, which he joined in 2001.

Challenge Tour wins (1)

  • 1996 Kenya Open
  • Other regular wins (4)

  • 1981 Sierra Leone Open
  • 1982 Sierra Leone Open
  • 1987 Dunbar Professional Championship
  • 1998 Sunderland of Scotland Masters
  • Other senior wins (1)

  • 2001 Belleisle Hotels Giles insurance Scottish PGA Seniors Championship
  • Playoff record

    European Tour playoff record (0–1)

    Results in major championships

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

    Team appearances

  • Europcar Cup (representing Scotland): 1988
  • References

    Mike Miller (golfer) Wikipedia

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