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Paddy Skerritt

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Nationality  Ireland
The Open Championship  T18: 1968
Professional wins  9
U.S. Open  DNP
Died  November 21, 2001
Masters Tournament  DNP
Role  Golfer
Status  Professional
Name  Paddy Skerritt

Paddy Skerritt Paddy Skerritt St Annes Golf Club
Full name  Patrick Joseph Skerritt
Born  29 May 1926 Lahinch, County Clare (1926-05-29)
Former tours  PGA European Tour, European Senior Tour

Patrick Joseph Skerritt (29 May 1926 – 21 November 2001) was an Irish professional golfer.


Skerritt born in Lahinch, County Clare. He won many tournaments during his career, most of them in his home country, with his biggest success being the 1970 Alcan International. He was also the club professional for over 30 years at St Anne's Golf Club, situated on Bull Island in Dublin Bay.

Tournament wins

  • 1967 Southern Ireland Championship
  • 1968 Southern Ireland Championship
  • 1970 Southern Ireland Championship, Irish Matchplay, Alcan International
  • 1973 Kerrygold Championship
  • 1977 Irish PGA Championship
  • 1978 PGA Seniors Championship
  • 1980 PGA Seniors Championship
  • Results in major championships

    Note: The Open Championship was the only major that Skerritt played.
    DNP = Did not play
    CUT = missed the half-way cut (3rd round cut in 1968 and 1971)
    "T" = tied
    Yellow background for top-10.

    Team appearances

  • R.T.V. International Trophy (representing Ireland): 1967
  • Double Diamond International (representing Ireland): 1971
  • References

    Paddy Skerritt Wikipedia

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