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David Huish Personal information Full name David Huish Born 23 April 1944 (1944-04-23) (age 66) North Berwick, Scotland Height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) Nationality  Scotland Residence North Berwick, Scotland Career Turned professional 1959 Retired 2009 Former tour(s) European Tour European Seniors Tour Professional wins 16 Number of wins by tour European Seniors Tour 5 Other 11 Best results in Major Championships Masters Tournament DNP U.S. Open DNP The Open Championship T21: 1976 PGA Championship DNP David Huish (born 23 April 1944) is a Scottish professional golfer, perhaps best known for being the halfway leader of The Open Championship in 1975. Contents 1 Personal life 2 Career 3 Professional wins (16) 3.1 Regular wins (11) 3.2 European Seniors Tour wins (5) 4 Results in major championships 5 References 6 External links // Personal life Huish (pronounced "hush") was born in North Berwick, Scotland. He married his second wife Diane in 1989 with whom he had a son, Oliver, in 1990. He also has two children from a previous marriage, Susan (b.1967) and Martyn (1969). Career Huish turned professional in 1959, with his first job being as an assistant at Gullane. He took up his first head professional position at Hamilton Golf Club in 1965. Two years later later returned to his home town to take up the same role at North Berwick Golf Club, where he remained until his retirement in 2009.[1] He was succeeded by his son, Martyn. As a club professional, Huish never followed a full time tournament career. Although he was regarded as a competent tournament player, it was not until The Open Championship in 1975 that he came to the attention of a wider audience. After qualifying for the championship in a seven man play=off, he shot rounds of 67 and 69 at Carnoustie to lead by two strokes over Tom Watson, Peter Oosterhuis and Bernard Gallacher at the halfway mark. However, he fell away over the weekend and ultimately finished 13 shots off the pace, in a tie for 32nd place.[2] His best finish in the Open came the following year at Birkdale, when he tied for 21st place. While Huish never won a top flight tour event, he did win many other tournaments, including the Scottish Uniroyal in 1971, and the Northern Open on four occasions. After turning 50, he joined the European Seniors Tour, where he enjoyed some success, claiming five victories, four of them in play=offs, with the last coming in 2001 when he won, again in a play-off, at the Bad Ragaz PGA Seniors Open in Switzerland. Huish later become a very significant and respected figure on the inside of professional golf, serving as the PGA Captain, a PGA Board Member and Ryder Cup Committee Member, a position he held longer than anyone else. In recognition of his achievements in the game, Huish received the Special Award at the Seniors Tour annual awards dinner in 2004 for services to golf. Professional wins (16) Regular wins (11) 1965 Scottish Assistants Championship 1971 Scottish Uniroyal 1973 Northern Open 1975 PGA Club Professionals Championship, Scottish Professional Championship 1977 PGA Club Professionals Championship 1980 Northern Open 1984 Northern Open 1985 Sunderland of Scotland Masters 1986 PGA Club Professionals Championship 1988 Northern Open European Seniors Tour wins (5) 1996 Ryder Collingtree Seniors Classic 1998 Scottish Seniors Open 2000 Lawrence Batley Seniors, Bad Ragaz PGA Seniors Open 2001 Bad Ragaz PGA Seniors Open Results in major championships Tournament 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 The Masters DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP U.S. Open DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP The Open Championship T31 CUT DNP DNP CUT T56 DNP T32 T21 CUT PGA Championship DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP = Did not play CUT = missed the half-way cut (3rd round cut in 1969) "T" = tied Green background for wins. Yellow background for top-10. References ^ "Retirement beckons for Huish, club pro who led in '75". The Scotsman. 21 April 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-20.  ^ "1975 Open became hell, but I've got no regrets, recounts David Huish". The Scotsman. 16 April 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-20.  External links Profile on the European Tour's official site Persondata Name Huish, David Alternative names Short description Date of birth 23 April 1944 Place of birth North Berwick, Scotland Date of death Place of death