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Name: - Steve Webster
Country: - England
Born : - January 17th, 1975 in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England.
Original Home/Club: - Atherstone GC, Warwicks.
Occupation: - Professional golfer
Turned Pro: - 1995

Roll of Honour

European Tour wins (2).

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Webster's excellent amateur career was crowned by winning the silver medal for lowest amateur score in the 1995 Open Championship at St Andrews. He finished in a tie for 24th, with a one over par total of 289. Also chasing the medal but finishing 6 shots behind Webster was a certain young American amateur, Tiger Woods.

After turning professional in 1995, Webster's first European Tour win came in the Italian Open in 2005. His second Tour win came 2 seasons later in 2007.

Top tournaments won by Steve Webster

2007Men EuropePortugal MastersVictoria GC, Algarve263 (-25)€500,000
The inaugural Portugal Masters (Oct 18-21). Second-placed Robert Karlsson (Swe) finished 2 shots behind Webster (Eng). [Oceânico Victoria GC, Vilamoura, Algarve; now called Victoria GC, Vilamoura].
2005Men EuropeItalian OpenCastello Tolcinasco270 (-18)€216,660
Played as the Telecom Italian Open (May 5-8). Second-placed Bradley Dredge (Wales), Anders Hansen (Den) and Richard Finch (Eng) finished 3 shots behind Webster (Eng), who claimed his first European Tour win after 10 years on the Tour. [Castello Tolcinasco GC, Pieve Emanuele, nr Milan].


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