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Born: 1946-06-07, Wyalkatchem, W. Australia
Nationality: AUS
Height: 5'9", Weight: 160lbs
Home: Cottesloe, Perth, Australia
Turned Pro: 1976
Notes: This talented all-round sportsman extended his record of consecutive winning years on the European Seniors Tour to four with victory at the Bad Ragaz PGA Seniors Open in Switzerland. Enjoyed six top tens on his way to 12th place on the 2005 Order of Merit. Became only the sixth player to win three times in a single season during 2003 and those successes, coupled with seven other top ten finishes, saw him end the season in third place on the Order of Merit, his best placing si...

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Terry Gale

This talented all-round sportsman extended his record of consecutive winning years on the European Seniors Tour to four with victory at the Bad Ragaz PGA Seniors Open in Switzerland. Enjoyed six top tens on his way to 12th place on the 2005 Order of Merit. Became only the sixth player to win three times in a single season during 2003 and those successes, coupled with seven other top ten finishes, saw him end the season in third place on the Order of Merit, his best placing since turning 50 in 1996. Prior to reaching Seniors status, he won 17 titles, three as an amateur on the Australasian Tour and eight times in the Far East. He was selected as the second Chairman of the PGA Tour of Australasia, overseeing the Tour during a time of massive change. Inducted as a Life Member of his home Tour in 1997, following such notables as Ted Ball, Bill Dunk, Kel Nagle, Greg Norman and Peter Thomson. An excellent all-round sportsman, he represented Western Australia at cricket. He also competes on the Japanese Seniors Tour. . . Enjoyed an outstanding amateur career, winning the 1974 Australian Championship, and four Western Australian Amateur (1969, '72, '74, '75) and Western Australia Open (1972, '75, '80, '90) Open titles. . . Turned professional at age 30. . . Has won more than 20 titles through Australasia, Asia and Europe.
2001 European Seniors Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 12; top-10 finishes - 2; scoring average 72.61; Money ¢94,912 or £58,688 (ranked 26th); best finish, 2nd, Beko Classic.
2002 European Seniors Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 13; top-10 finishes - 1; scoring average 72.74; Money ¢62,830 or £39,451 (ranked 36th); winner, GIN Monte Carlo Invitational.
2003 European Seniors Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 17; top-10 finishes - 10; Money ¢195,727 or £136,479 (ranked 3rd); winner, Royal Westmoreland Barbados Open, Tobago Plantations Seniors Classic & Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open.
2004 European Seniors Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 12; top-10 finishes - 19; Money ¢145,194 or £100,384 (ranked 12); winner, Bosch Italian Seniors Open.
2005 European Seniors Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 19; top-10 finishes - 6; Money ¢139.705 (ranked 12th); winner, Bad Ragaz PGA Seniors Open.

2006 European Seniors Tour record:
DGM Barbados Open¬T17th¬74-72-71=217¬+1¬Euro¢3,039.74

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 29, Cuts Made: 15 (52%), Top Tens: 0 (0%) , Rounds: 89, Scoring Avg: 74.27, Career Earnings: $78,369 - Best Finish: British Open (13th)
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