The British Masters at the Forest of Arden was Barry’s last European Tour victory in 2004.
In his early years, Barry struggled to stay on the tour, but soon found the recipe for success with 26 consecutive years on the tour from 1986 to 2011. It only took him until 1988 to win his first tour event taking the Bell’s Sottish Open at the wonderful King’s Course, Gleneagles.
The first half of the 90s represented Barry’s best years, with three further victories and he made the top 10 in the Order of Merit three times. In 1993, he also represented Europe at the Ryder Cup. His most notable win earned Barry a $1million purse, defeating David Frost at the 32-man World Championship of Golf in 1995.
Barry has now won eight times on the European Senior Tour and there is no sign of him slowing down in the near future. An after-dinner speaker, course designer and commentator, the enigmatic Lane is an ideal Legend to guide you through the highs and the lows of your round. Join him in the Pro Am or Pro Am Alliance format.
|Ryder Cup Player||1993|
|European Tour Wins||5|
|Staysure Tour Wins||8|