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Name: - Greg Turner
Country: - New Zealand
Born : - Feb 21, 1963
Original Home/Club: - Dunedin, New Zealand
Occupation: - Professional golfer
Turned Pro: - 1984

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Multiple European Tour and international tour winner. (See Tournament listings).


Top tournaments won by Greg Turner

1999Men Aus/NZAustralian PGAVictoria GC, Aus278 (-10)
Played as the Australian PGA Championship (Dec 9-12; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Shane Tait (Aus) finished 2 shots behind Turner (NZ), who recorded the last of his six PGA Tour of Australasia wins. [Victoria GC, Melbourne, Aus].
1997Men EuropeBritish MastersForest of Arden275 (-13)£125,000
Played as the One-2-One British Masters. Second-placed Colin Montgomerie (Scot) finished 1 shot behind Turner (NZ). [Arden course, Forest of Arden CC, Meriden, nr Birmingham].
1997Men Aus/NZNew Zealand OpenRoyal Auckland278 (-10)NZ$94,730
Played as the AMP Air New Zealand Open (Dec 11-14; Aus Tr event). Second-placed Andrew Coltart (Scot), Jean-Louis Guepy (Fra) and Lucas Parsons (Aus) finished 7 shots behind Turner (NZ). [Auckland GC, Middlemore, Auckland; now known as Royal Auckland & Grange GC, Otahuhu].
1995Men EuropeBalearic OpenSanta Ponsa274 (-14)£40,477
Played as the Turespana Open de Baleares. Costantino Rocca (Italy) finished 2 shots behind Turner (NZ), who recorded his third European Tour win. [No.II (two) course, Golf Santa Ponsa, Santa Ponça, Mallorca].
1993Men EuropeItalian OpenModena267 (-21)£73,392
Played as the Lancia Martini Italian Open (50th). Second-placed Jose Coceres (Arg) finished 1 shot behind Turner (NZ). [Modena G&CC, Formigine, nr Modena].
1989Men Aus/NZNew Zealand OpenParaparaumu Beach277 (-7)
Played as the AMP New Zealand Open (Nov 2-5). Second-placed Richard Gilkey (USA) finished 6 shots behind Turner (NZ), who recorded his second Australia Tour win. [Paraparaumu Beach GC, Paraparaumu, NZ].
1986Men EuropeScand Ent'prise OpenUllna GC270£25,536
Played as the Scandanavian Enterprise Open. Won by Greg Turner (NZ) after a playoff.
1986Men AsiaSingapore OpenSingapore Is. CC271 (-13)US$20,825
Played as the Singapore Open. Second-placed Tony Grimes (Can) and Duffy Waldorf (USA) finished 4 shots behind Turner (NZ). [Bukit course, Singapore Island CC, Singapore].
1984Men Aus/NZNew Zealand PGAMt Maunganui282 (-6)
Played as the New Zealand PGA Championship (Dec 29, 1984-Jan 1, 1985). Second-placed Frank Nobilo (NZ) finished 3 shots behind Greg Turner (NZ). [Mount Maunganui GC, Tauranga, NZ].

 

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