GREEN Richard

Richard GREEN



ResidenceMelbourne, Australia
Date of Birth:19/02/1971
Place of BirthMelbourne, Australia
Height & Weight6ft 3in 12st 8lbs (188cm 80kg)
FamilyChild: Tara (2001)
InterestsCar racing
Turned Pro1992 (plus 2)
Qualifying School1995

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Won the 2010 Portugal Masters for his third European Tour title, a fine end to a consistent year which ended with 21st place in The Race to Dubai – his best position since 2004. That victory also marked the first time in European Tour history that two different left-handers had won in the same season, after Phil Mickelson’s triumph at the Masters Tournament. In 1997 he was the first left-hander since 1975 to win a European Tour event, capturing the Dubai Desert Classic after a play-off with Ian Woosnam and Greg Norman. Had to wait ten years for his next victory, again winning a play-off at the 2007 BA-CA Golf Open, this time defeating Jean-François Remesy. That made it a hat-trick of professional play-off wins, following the 2004 MasterCard Masters on the PGA Tour of Australasia. Learned the game at Huntingdale, Melbourne. Attended the Victoria Institute of Sport and is a fanatical motor racing fan who loves to race Porsches. Competed in the 2009, 2010 and 2011 Australian Grand Prix GT Category.

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European Tour Wins3
Wins this season0
Current Rankings
Race To Dubai74
Biggest European Tour Prize:: € 500,000 (2010)


Professional World Cup 1998, 08, 11

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