Ken BROWN


Date of Birth - 9 January 1957

Place of Birth - Harpenden, England

Turned Pro - 1996

European Tour Profile - Ken Brown


Ken Brown is a Scottish former European Tour golfer who now works as a

 golf broadcaster and writer, primarily for the BBC. He won four times on

 the European Tour and in his best season in 1978 he finished fourth on the

 European Tour Order of Merit at the age of 21. He was an outstanding

 but largely unfulfilled talent; the last of his four top ten finishes on the

 Order of Merit came when he was just 26. He appeared in the Ryder Cup

 in 1977, 1979, 1983, 1985 and 1987, and had a 4-9-0 win-loss-tie record,

 including two wins and two losses in singles matches. His playing career

 was terminated by injury when he was in his mid thirties


ACHIEVEMENTS


Ryder Cup  1977, 1979, 1983, 1985, 1987


    1978 Carroll's Irish Open

    1983 KLM Dutch Open

1983  Benson & Hedges Kenya Open

   

1984 Glasgow Open

    1985 Four Stars National Pro-Celebrity

1987  Southern Open

 

Personal logo golf ball of Ken Brown

Ken Brown’s Caddy Bib from the 1985 Ryder Cup

Ken Brown’s Caddy Bib from the Kirin Cup

Ken Brown’s 1st Round scorecard from the 1981 Bob Hope British Classic

Marked and signed by Noel Ratcliffe and Henry Cooper

Ken Brown’s 2nd Round scorecard from the 1981 Bob Hope British Classic

Marked and signed by Noel Ratcliffe and Don Fisher

Ken Brown’s 3rd Round scorecard from the 1981 Bob Hope British Classic

Marked and signed by Jimmy Heggarty and Tony Phillips

Ken Brown’s 3rd Round scorecard from the 1981 Bob Hope British Classic

Marked and signed by Jimmy Heggarty and Tony Phillips

Ken Brown’s 1st Round scorecard from the 1985 Bank of Boston Classic

Marked and signed by Jeff Sluman

Ken Brown’s 2nd Round scorecard from the 1985 Bank of Boston Classic

Marked and signed by Jeff Sluman

Ken Brown’s 4th Round scorecard from the 1985 Bank of Boston Classic

Marked and signed by Fuzzy Zoeller


‘One Putt, The Ultimate Guide To Perfect Putting’ written by

Ken Brown (signed)