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Tournament results: Piccadilly Medal

Results for the Piccadilly Medal are shown in the table below, which includes details of the respective winners, their scores and prize money, relevant venues and title sponsors.
1976
Europe
277 (-15)
£6,000
Piccadilly

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Torrance, Sam

Score

277 (-15)

Prize money

£6,000

Title sponsor

Piccadilly

Played as the Piccadilly Medal (May 13-16; 72-hole stroke play event). Second-placed Bob Shearer (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Torrance (Scot), who recorded his first win on the European Tour. [Coventry GC, Finham, Coventry, Warwicks].

1975
Europe
Shearer, Bob
70 (-3)
£2,500
Piccadilly

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Shearer, Bob

Score

70 (-3)

Prize money

£2,500

Title sponsor

Piccadilly

Played as the Piccadilly Medal (May 7-10; medal match play format). Shearer (Aus) beat Andries Oosthuizen (RSA, amateur) at the first playoff hole, after both players scored 70 in the 18-hole final. [Coventry GC, Finham, Coventry, Warwicks].

1974
Europe
Bembridge, Maurice
65 (-8)
£2,500
Piccadilly

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Bembridge, Maurice

Score

65 (-8)

Prize money

£2,500

Title sponsor

Piccadilly

Played as the Piccadilly Medal (May 22-25; medal match play format). Bembridge (Eng) beat defending champion Peter Oosterhuis (Eng) by 5 shots in the 18-hole final (Bembridge 65; Oosterhuis 70). [Coventry GC, Finham, Coventry, Warwicks].

1973
Europe
67 (-6)
£2,500
Piccadilly

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Oosterhuis, Peter

Score

67 (-6)

Prize money

£2,500

Title sponsor

Piccadilly

Played as the Piccadilly Medal (April 25-28; medal match play format). Oosterhuis (Eng) beat Terry Westerbrook (USA) by 5 shots in the 18-hole final (Oosterhuis 67; Westerbrook 73). [Coventry GC, Finham, Coventry, Warwicks].

1972
Europe
157 (+13)
£2,500
Piccadilly

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Horton, Tommy

Score

157 (+13)

Prize money

£2,500

Title sponsor

Piccadilly

Played as the Piccadilly Medal (April 26-29; medal match play format). Horton (Eng) beat Guy Hunt (Eng) by 1 shot in the 36-hole final (Horton 80, 77; Hunt 80, 78). [Hillside GC, Southport, Merseyside].

1971
Europe
129
£1,500
Piccadilly

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Oosterhuis, Peter

Score

129

Prize money

£1,500

Title sponsor

Piccadilly

Played as the Piccadilly Medal (Aug 11-14; medal match play format). Oosterhuis (Eng) beat Eric Brown (Scot) by 6 shots in the 36-hole final (Oosterhuis 73, 56; Brown 73, 62 retired after 34 holes). [Southerndown GC, Ogmore by Sea, nr Bridgend, S Wales].

1970
Europe
Lister, John
134
£1,500
Piccadilly

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Lister, John

Score

134

Prize money

£1,500

Title sponsor

Piccadilly

Played as the Piccadilly Medal (Jul 29-Aug 1; medal match play format). Lister (NZ) beat Tommy Horton (Eng) by 3 shots in the 36-hole final (Lister 134, Horton 137). [Southerndown GC, Ogmore by Sea, nr Bridgend, S Wales].

1969
Europe
149
£1,500
Piccadilly

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Alliss, Peter

Score

149

Prize money

£1,500

Title sponsor

Piccadilly

Played as the Piccadilly Medal (July 16-19; medal match play format). Peter Alliss (Eng) beat George Will (Scot) at the 37th hole, after they had both scored 149 in the 36-hole final. [Prince's GC, Sandwich, Kent].

1968
Europe
Emery, Richard
2 & 1
£500
Piccadilly

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Emery, Richard

Score

2 & 1

Prize money

£500

Title sponsor

Piccadilly

Played as the Piccadilly Four-ball Match Play Tournament (Oct 7-10; four-ball better-ball event; played ahead of the "main event", i.e. the Oct 10-12 World Match Play Championship on Wentworth's West course). Hugh Jackson (N.Ire) & Richard Emery (Eng) beat Neil Coles (Eng) & Brian Hutchinson (Eng) 2 and 1 in the final. [East course, Wentworth Club, Virginia Water, Surrey].

1968
Europe
Jackson, Hugh
2 & 1
£500
Piccadilly

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Jackson, Hugh

Score

2 & 1

Prize money

£500

Title sponsor

Piccadilly

Played as the Piccadilly Four-ball Match Play Tournament (Oct 7-10; four-ball better-ball event; played ahead of the "main event", i.e. the Oct 10-12 World Match Play Championship on Wentworth's West course). Hugh Jackson (N.Ire) & Richard Emery (Eng) beat Neil Coles (Eng) & Brian Hutchinson (Eng) 2 and 1 in the final. [East course, Wentworth Club, Virginia Water, Surrey].

1967
Europe
Butler, Peter
263 (-13)
£750
Piccadilly

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Butler, Peter

Score

263 (-13)

Prize money

£750

Title sponsor

Piccadilly

Played as the Piccadilly Stroke Play Tournament (Oct 10/11; 72-hole stroke play event; played ahead of the "main event", i.e. the Oct 12-14 World Match Play Championship on Wentworth's West course). Second-placed Brian Huggett (Wales) finished 2 shots behind Butler (Eng). [East course, Wentworth Club, Virginia Water, Surrey].

1966
Europe
262 (-14)
£750
Piccadilly

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Hunt, Bernard

Score

262 (-14)

Prize money

£750

Title sponsor

Piccadilly

Played as the Piccadilly Stroke Play Tournament (Oct 4/5; 72-hole stroke play event; played ahead of the "main event", i.e. the Oct 6-8 World Match Play Championship on Wentworth's West course). Second-placed Peter Green (Eng) finished 2 shots behind Hunt (Eng). [East course, Wentworth Club, Virginia Water, Surrey].

1965
Europe
Butler, Peter
267
£750
Piccadilly

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Butler, Peter

Score

267

Prize money

£750

Title sponsor

Piccadilly

Played as the Piccadilly Tournament (Oct 11/12; 72-hole stroke play event; played ahead of the "main event", i.e. the Oct 14-16 World Match Play Championship on Wentworth's West course). Second-placed Dai Rees (Wales) finished 2 shots behind Butler (Eng). [East course, Wentworth Club, Virginia Water, Surrey].

1964
Europe
Martin, Jimmy
268
£750
Piccadilly

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Martin, Jimmy

Score

268

Prize money

£750

Title sponsor

Piccadilly

Played as the Piccadilly Tournament (Oct 5-7; 72-hole stroke play event; played ahead of the "main event", i.e. the Oct 9-11 World Match Play Championship on Wentworth's West course). Second-placed Bernard Hunt (Eng) finished 2 shots behind Martin (Ire). [East course, Wentworth Club, Virginia Water, Surrey].

1963
Europe
(not played)
x
x
x

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

(not played)

Venue

Score

x

Prize money

x

Title sponsor

x

Piccadilly Medal not played in 1963.

1962
Europe
283 (-5)
£2,000
Piccadilly

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Thomson, Peter

Score

283 (-5)

Prize money

£2,000

Title sponsor

Piccadilly

Played as the inaugural Piccadilly No.1 Tournament (May 17-20; 72-hole stroke-play event). Christy O'Connor (Ire) finished 3 shots behind Thomson (Aus), who won the largest golf prize yet offered in Britain. [Hillside GC, Southport, Merseyside. Earlier rounds also on Southport & Ainsdale GC].

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