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Born: 1949-07-27, Haslemere, England
Nationality: GBR
Height: 6' 0", Weight: 180lbs
Home: Thames Ditton, Surrey, England
Turned Pro: 1965
Notes: Job turned professional in 1965 and joined the European Tour in its first official season in 1972. He finished in the top-100 on the European Tour Order of Merit twelve times, with a best ranking of 26th in 1981. His best tournament result on the European Tour came at the 1978 Greater Manchester Open, where he lost to Brian Barnes in a playoff. Since turning 50, he has won five times on the European Senior Tour. Played regularly on the European Tour between 1972 and 19...

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Nick Job

Job turned professional in 1965 and joined the European Tour in its first official season in 1972. He finished in the top-100 on the European Tour Order of Merit twelve times, with a best ranking of 26th in 1981. His best tournament result on the European Tour came at the 1978 Greater Manchester Open, where he lost to Brian Barnes in a playoff. Since turning 50, he has won five times on the European Senior Tour.
Played regularly on the European Tour between 1972 and 1984, playing in 239 events. Worked as a club professional at Richmond Golf Club, London, for many years and while there represented Great Britain and Ireland in four PGA Cups and also served as a Committee Member and Captain of the Southern PGA and the Surrey PGA. Returned to the committee room at the start of 2007 when he joined the Seniors Tour Committee.
Did play regularly on the European Senior Tour since 1999, has played in 259 events between 1999 and 2013 which is 23 away from Jim Rhodes who has played the most on the European Tour. Has finished in the top-ten in the order of merit four times, his best year was 2005 when he played 20 times had a win, a runner-up, two third place finishes and a total of 8 top-tens. He won euro192,690 which is about euros50,000 more than he won playing full time on the European Tour between 1972 and 1984. In 2013 Job at 64 years-old was the co-leader going into the final round of the Berenberg Masters in Germany. He was looking to become the third oldest winner on the European Senior Tour behind John Bland and Neil Coles but shot a final round 71 to finish 3rd. For the year Job finished 2013 22nd in the Order of Merit with euro 68,874 in earnings.

Player Career Chart (for all results recorded on all Tours in GOLFstats)
Career at a Glance: Starts: 41, Cuts Made: 16 (39%), Top Tens: 0 (0%) , Rounds: 114, Scoring Avg: 75.00, Career Earnings: $82,460 - Best Finish: British Open (14th)
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