Date of Birth - 31 March 1960

Place of Birth - Bolton, England

Turned Pro - 1983

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European Tour Profile - Andrew Oldcorn

Oldcorn was raised in Edinburgh, and represents Scotland. He won the

 English Amateur in 1982 and turned professional after playing for Great

Britain & Ireland in the 1983 Walker Cup.

Oldcorn won the European Tour final Qualifying School in 1983. He had a

 steady start to his career on tour before being struck down with ME in the

 early 1990s. He returned to form in 1993, to claim his first tour victory in the

 Turespana Masters Open de Andalucia. Away from the tour he also won

 the Sunderland of Scotland Masters. Several solid years followed along

with another title, the 1995 DHL Jersey Open. The undoubted highlight of

 his career came in 2001 when he became the oldest winner in the

 history of the Volvo PGA Championship (although Miguel Ángel Jiménez

 would later beat that record). He finished that season a career best 26th

 place on the European Tour Order of Merit.


Walker Cup 1983

Seve Trophy  2002

Eisenhower Trophy  1982

    1982 English Amateur

    1983 European Tour Qualifying School

1993  Turespana Masters Open de Andalucia

    1993 Sunderland of Scotland Masters

1995  DHL Jersey Open

2001  Volvo PGA Championship

    2011 De Vere Club PGA Seniors Championship

Glove worn and signed by Andrew Oldcorn

Ball used and signed by Andrew Oldcorn