Alan Murray (golfer)

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Alan Albert Murray (born 17 June 1940)[1] is an Australian professional golfer.

Murray was born in Sydney. He played golf worldwide, winning more than 60 tournaments including the 1962 French Open, the 1961 Australian PGA Championship and the 1967 Australian Wills Masters.[1] He was the 1961 Australian PGA Order of Merit winner. In his only start in a major championship, he finished tied for 19th in the 1964 Open Championship.

Murray represented Australia in the 1967 World Cup at Mexico City.[1]

Murray is a Life Member of the PGA of Australia[2] since 2005 and a co-founder, former president and Life Member of the Singapore PGA.[1]

Murray is now the principal director of Champions Golf Academy, and has been coaching players of all standards in South East Asia for the past 36 years.[2]

Murray is on the List of Old Falconians, who are the alumni of North Sydney Boys High School.

Tournament wins[edit]

Australian wins (21)[edit]

European wins[edit]

Asian wins[edit]

  • 1963 Dunlop Invitational (Japan)
  • 1973 Keppel Open, Sembawang Open (both Singapore PGA circuit), Rolex Masters Singapore (Asian Golf circuit)
  • 1975 Rolex Masters Singapore (Asian Golf circuit)
  • 1978 Rolex Masters Singapore (Asian Golf circuit)

Team appearances[edit]

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