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(born 30 June 1950) is an English professional golfer.
"Note: The Open Championship was the only major
After turning fifty
joined the European Seniors Tour. He has won three tournaments at that level and was second on the end of season Order of Merit in both 2001 and 2002.
played in The Open Championship every year from 1982 to 1990, only making the 36-hole cut on one occasion, in 1983 at Royal Birkdale, when he went on to finish tied for 8th place. During the second round he set the record for the lowest nine-hole total in the Open, with 28 on the front nine.
(, also Romanized as Dūrnīān and Dūrneyān; also known as Darnīān and Darniyan) is a village in Kharqan Rural District, in the Central District of Razan County, Hamadan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 349, in 76 families.
In the 1963 Open Championship at Royal Lytham, he scored 29 for the first nine holes of the opening round, an Open record, equalled by Peter Thomson later on the same day. Tony Jacklin equalled the record in 1970 and Denis
beat it, scoring 28, in 1983.
The Coca-Cola Kaiser Karl European Trophy was a men's senior (over 50) professional golf tournament on the European Seniors Tour, held at the Haus Kambach Golf und Freizeit near Eschweiler, North Rhine-Westphalia in western Germany. It was held just once, in July 2000, and was won by Ian Stanley who finished four shots ahead of Denis
and Seiji Ebihara. The total prize fund was €149,000 with the winner receiving €22,782.
After retirement from his playing career in 1989, Chandler decided to start a sports management business. He approached fellow professional golfers Derrick Cooper, Denis
, Phil Harrison and Carl Mason, and agreed a deal to manage their careers, operating with an initial £10,000 overdraft out of a back room at Mere Golf Club. Soon after, in 1990, Chandler was approached by young amateur player Darren Clarke, who would go on to become one of his most successful players.
was born in Wigan, Greater Manchester. He turned professional in 1969 and played on the European Tour from the early 1970s to the early 1990s. He never won a European Tour event, but he finished second four occasions, with one being a defeat in a matchplay final, and twice losing out in a playoff. His best finish on the European Tour Order of Merit was 20th in 1988. In 1985 he won the PLM Open, which became a European Tour event the following season, and he was twice the British Club Professional Champion.
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