Warren Bennett (born 20 August 1971) is an English professional golfer.
Bennett was born in Ashford, Surrey and is the son of former footballer Peter Bennett. In 1994, he won the Australian Amateur and was the leading amateur at The Open Championship. He turned professional later that year.
Bennett failed to win a European Tour card at Qualifying School in either 1994 or 1995, and missed much of 1996 with a twisted vertebrae.
In 1998, he headed the second tier Challenge Tour rankings having won five tournaments during the season, increasing his career tally at that level to seven. From 1999 to 2004 he played on the European Tour, winning his only European Tour title at the 1999 Scottish PGA Championship, but he continued to be troubled by injuries. In 2005, he played only a few events, most of them on the Challenge Tour. Bennett's best year-end ranking on the European Order of Merit was 29th in 2001.
Having suffered a hand injury in a car accident, Bennett resigned from the European Tour at the start of 2009. He has since become a caddy initially for Bernd Wiesberger, and later for Trish Johnson on the Ladies European Tour.
In 2017 he was appointed club professional at Chestfield Golf Club in Kent.
1992 British Youths Amateur Open
1994 Australian Amateur, Lytham Trophy
European Tour playoff record (1–1)1995 (1) Steelcover Dutch Challenge Open
1997 (1) Eulen Open Galea
1998 (5) Challenge de France, BTC Slovenian Open, Open des Volcans, Challenge Tour Championship, Moscow Country Club Russian Open
Note: Bennett only played in The Open Championship.
LA = Low amateurEisenhower Trophy (representing Great Britain & Ireland): 1994
DNP = Did not play
CUT = missed the half-way cut
"T" = tied