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Name: - Stewart Ginn
Country: - Australia
Born : - Jun 2, 1949
Original Home/Club: - Melbourne, Australia
Occupation: - Professional golfer
Turned Pro: - 1971

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Senior Majors (1) : Snr Players Ch'ship (2002). Multiple winner on the European, Champions and international tours (see Tournament listing below).

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Top tournaments won by Stewart Ginn

2008Snr EuropeAzores Snr OpenBatalha GC211 (-5)€48,750
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].
2002Snr MajorsSenior Players Ch'shipTPC Michigan274 (-14)$375,000
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.].
1992Men AsiaIndian OpenRoyal Calcutta284 (-4)US$24,990
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].
1991Men AsiaMalaysian MastersRoyal Selangor
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].
1986Men AsiaMalaysian OpenRoyal Selangor276 (-8)US$25,000
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].
1979Men Aus/NZAustralian PGARoyal Melbourne284x
Played as the Mayne Nickless Australian PGA Ch'ship. Bob Shearer (Aus) and Bob Charles (NZ) finished in second place behind Ginn (Aus).
1979Men Aus/NZNew Zealand OpenSt Clair GC, NZ278 (-6)
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].
1977Men AsiaMalaysian OpenRoyal Selangor276 (-12)
Played as the Malaysian Open. Won by Ginn (Aus). [Old course, Royal Selangor GC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia].
1974Men EuropeMartini Intl.Pannal286 (-2)£2,250
Played as the Martini International. 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].
1973Men AwardsOrder of Merit - Aus Trxx
Ginn (Aus) won the inaugural Australia/NZ Tour Order of Merit.


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