Who's who: Stewart Ginn

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Who's who: Stewart Ginn

  • Name:

    Stewart Ginn
  • Country:

    Australia
  • Born:

    June 2, 1949 in Melbourne, Australia.
  • Original/Home Club:

    Royal Melbourne GC (first as a caddie).
  • Occupation:

    Professional golfer
  • Turned Pro:

    1971

Roll of Honour

Senior MAJORS (1): Snr Players Ch'ship (2002). Multiple winner on the European, Champions and international tours.

Did you know?

Ginn grew up living alongside the Royal Melbourne Golf Club; he started caddying there as a 10-year-old. 20 years later he won the Australian PGA Championship there, eclipsing Australia's Bob Shearer and New Zealand's Bob Charles by three shots.

Top tournaments won by Stewart Ginn

2008
Europe
211 (-5)
€48,750
x

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Ginn, Stewart

Venue

Batalha

Score

211 (-5)

Prize money

€48,750

Title sponsor

x

Played as the inaugural (and only) Azores Senior Open (March 28-30). Second-placed Nick Job (Eng) finished 2 shots behind Ginn (Aus), who recorded his first and only European Seniors Tour win. [Batalha GC, Ponta del Gada, Azores].

2002
Majors
TPC Michigan
274 (-14)
$375,000
Ford

Category

Majors

Winner (holder)

Ginn, Stewart

Venue

TPC Michigan

Score

274 (-14)

Prize money

$375,000

Title sponsor

Ford

Played as the Ford Senior Players Championship (July 11-14). Second-placed Jim Thorpe (USA), Hubert Green (USA) and Mike McCullough (USA) finished 1 shot behind Ginn (Aus). [TPC Michigan, Dearborn, Detroit, Mich.].

1992
Asia
284 (-4)
US$24,990
Wills

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Ginn, Stewart

Score

284 (-4)

Prize money

US$24,990

Title sponsor

Wills

Played as the Wills Indian Open. Aaron Meeks (USA) finished 2 shots behind Ginn (Aus), who recorded his first win in the event after more than 10 years of trying. [Royal Calcutta GC, Kolkata, West Bengal, India].

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Ginn, Stewart

Score

Prize money

Title sponsor

Rothmans

Played as the Rothmans Malaysian Masters (Asia/Aus Trs event). Nandasena Perera (Sri Lanka) finished in second place behind Ginn (Aus). [Old course, Royal Selangor GC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia].

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Ginn, Stewart

Score

276 (-8)

Prize money

US$25,000

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Malaysian Open (25th). Second-placed Brian Jones (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Ginn (Aus). [Old course, Royal Selangor GC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia].

Category

Aus/NZ

Winner (holder)

Ginn, Stewart

Score

284

Prize money

Title sponsor

Mayne Nickless

Played as the Mayne Nickless Australian PGA Ch'ship. Bob Shearer (Aus) and Bob Charles (NZ) finished in second place behind Ginn (Aus).

Category

Aus/NZ

Winner (holder)

Ginn, Stewart

Score

278 (-6)

Prize money

Title sponsor

x

Played as the New Zealand Open (Dec 6-9). Second-placed Simon Owen (NZ) finished 3 shots behind Ginn (Aus). [St Clair GC, Dunedin, NZ].

Category

Asia

Winner (holder)

Ginn, Stewart

Score

276 (-12)

Prize money

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Malaysian Open. Won by Ginn (Aus). [Old course, Royal Selangor GC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia].

1974
Europe
286 (-2)
£2,250
Martini

Category

Europe

Winner (holder)

Ginn, Stewart

Venue

Pannal

Score

286 (-2)

Prize money

£2,250

Title sponsor

Martini

Played as the Martini International (June 5-8). Second-placed Brian Huggett (Wales) finished 1 shot behind Ginn (Aus), who recorded his first (and only) European Tour win. [Pannal GC, Pannal, nr Harrogate, N Yorks].

Category

Awards

Winner (holder)

Ginn, Stewart

Venue

Score

x

Prize money

Title sponsor

Aus/NZ Tr

Ginn (Aus) won the inaugural Australia/NZ Tour Order of Merit.

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