BURNS Raymond

Raymond BURNS



AttachmentNewlands GC
Date of Birth:08/10/1973
Place of BirthBanbridge, Co. Down
Height & Weight5ft 9in 14st 0lbs (173cm 89kg)
InterestsGaelic football, snooker, hurling, horse racing, football
Turned Pro1993 (plus 2)
Qualifying School1993

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Raymond started playing golf at the age of nine at the local nine hole course in Banbridge and rapidly made a name for himself in Irish junior golf by winning all five Boys titles. Under the guidance of coach Don Patterson he went on to gain Senior international, Walker Cup and Eisenhower Trophy caps before turning professional after the 1993 match. Failure to achieve his card at that year's European Tour Qualifying School proved a blessing in disguise, for Raymond spent a thoroughly profitable 1994 season on the European Challenge Tour. By the time he had celebrated his 21st birthday in October he had clinched a European Tour place with wins in Italy and Norway, and seven other top ten finishes to head the Challenge Tour Ranking with over £43,000. The pace then slowed, partly because of inconsistent putting, and the best performance of a rookie year in which he gained a place in the top 100 was seventh place in the BMW International Open.

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Challenge Tour Wins2
Wins this season0
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Biggest European Tour Prize:: € 35,196 (1996)


Amateur Boys, Youths, & National Teams 1989-91 Eisenhower Trophy, GB&Ireland 1992 Walker Cup 1993, Jacques Leglise Trophy 1990, 91

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