Bill LONGMUIR


Date of Birth - 10 June 1953

Place of Birth - Thundersley, Essex, England

Turned Pro - 1968

European Tour Profile - Bill Longmuir


Longmuir was born in England to Scottish parents. Despite having lived in

 England all his life, he regards himself as Scottish and is classified as such

 for international competition. He turned professional in 1968 and was a

 regular on the European Tour from 1976 to 1992, finishing as a

tournament runner-up three times. He made the top 90 on the Order of

Merit every year from 1976 to 1990, which a best ranking of 24th in 1982.

In 1979, Longmuir won the Tooting Bec Cup having shot the lowest single

 round by a British player in The Open Championship, with a 65 in the first

 round at Royal Lytham.

Longmuir joined the European Seniors Tour in 2003 and finished runner up

 on the Order of Merit that year. In 2006 he played on the United States

 based Champions Tour after coming through its Qualifying School. His son

Callum, often caddies for him on the European Seniors Tour.


ACHIEVEMENTS


 1976  Nigerian Open

1976  Southland Classic (New Zealand)

    1980  Nigerian Open

    1983  Ivory Coast Open

    1985  Nigerian Open

    1996  British PGA Club Professional Championship

    2003  De Vere PGA Seniors Championship

2003  Ryder Cup Wales Seniors Open

    2004  Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open

2004  Mobile Cup

    2005  Scandinavian Senior Open

    2007  Midas English Seniors Open

    2008  DGM Barbados Open

    2010  Handa Senior Masters


Glove worn and signed by Bill Longmuir

Ball played and signed by Bill Longmuir

Bill Longmuir’s 1st Round scorecard from the 1981 Bob Hope British Classic

Marked and signed by Warren Humphreys and Greg Rogers

Bill Longmuir’s 3rd Round scorecard from the 1981 Bob Hope British Classic

Marked and signed by Ewen Murray and Ivan Weston

Bill Longmuir’s 1st Round scorecard from the 1983 Silk Cut Masters

Marked and signed by Gary Cullen

Bill Longmuir’s 4th Round scorecard from the 1983 Silk Cut Masters

Marked and signed by Christy O’Connor Jr