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Nick Job

  • Birthplace: Haslemere, England
  • Residence: Thames Ditton, Surrey, England
  • Birth Date: 07/27/1949
  • Age: 59
  • Height: 6' 0''
  • Eligibility Code: 15

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Career Summary

2007 European Seniors Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 18; top-10 finishes - 8; Euro ¢168,519 (ranked 7th); Winner The Gloria Classic. 2008 European Seniors Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 17; top-10 finishes -5; €162,683 (ranked 6th); Winner, Weston Homes PGA International Seniors. 2008 Champions Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 2; top-10 finishes- 0; scoring average 73.88 (ranked N/A); money - $22,140 (ranked 127th); best finish - T34th, Senior PGA Championship and Senior British Open. 2009 European Seniors Tour record: The Aberdeen Brunei Senior Masters T35 74-70-73=217 +4 €1,812.36. DGM Barbados Open T4th 70-71-70=211 -5 €8,428.36. Son Gual Mallorca Senior Open T50th 74-75-73=222 +6 €870.00.

Career Victories

European Senior Tour Victories: 5 - 2000 TotalFina Elf Seniors Open, 2001 Lawrence Batley Seniors, 2005 Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open, 2007 The Gloria Classic, 2008 Weston Homes PGA International Seniors.

Player Notes

Claimed his third European Seniors Tour title in August 2005 when he overcame strong winds and the rest of the field to win the Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open, a result that helped him to finish a career-best fifth on the Order of Merit. Has consecutively featured in the top 20 on the Order of Merit for six of the seven years he has been on Tour. His first two victories on Tour came in the 2000 TotalFina Elf Seniors Open and the Lawrence Batley Seniors the following year. Worked as a club professional at Richmond Golf Club, London, for many years and while he was there, he 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. During his earlier career on The European Tour, the closest he came to victory was in 1978 when he lost out to Brian Barnes in a play-off for the Greater Manchester Open. Just missed getting his Champions Tour card for 2006 by finishing 20th at the Q-school in 2005. 2006 was another solid season but was unable to add to his three titles, coming closest at the Bad Ragaz PGA Seniors Open and The Midas Group English Seniors Open where he finished in a share of third place. Claimed third European Seniors Tour title in August 2005 when he overcame strong winds and the rest of the field to win the Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open, a result that helped him to finish a career-best fifth on the Order of Merit. 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. Spent the winter of 2007 playing against the 'young guns' on mini tours in the United States and the experience paid off as he returned to win the second event of the Seniors season, beating compatriot Martin Poxon in a play-off at The Gloria Classic. Held off the challenge of close friend Carl Mason to win the Weston Homes PGA International Seniors by two strokes, his fifth European Senior Tour title. Made a superb start to the 2008 season, finishing third in the DGM Barbados Open then second in the Azores Senior Open. Another tied third place in the Irish Seniors Open before his victory at The Stoke by Nayland Club helped him finish sixth in the Order of Merit – his second best campaign after 2005 when he landed his first title, the Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open.

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