Harry Bannerman

Harry Bannerman was a Scottish professional golfer


He is best known for playing in the 1971 Ryder Cup, winning two and a half points out of five. 


A back injury curtailed his career soon after.

Harry was twice runner-up on the European Tour, being second behind Jack Newton in the 1972 Benson & Hedges Festival of Golf and to Christy O'Connor Jnr in the 1975 Carroll's Irish Open.


He was also joint runner-up in the 1969 Algarve Open, behind Bernard Hunt. He played in a number of tournaments on the European Senior Tour from 1992 to 1995.

Harry turned professional at the age of 23 and became an assistant at Royal Aberdeen Golf Club.

Later he was the tournament professional at Banchory & Murcar Links Golf Club and professional at Cruden Bay and at Schloss Mainsondheim in Germany.

Harry is a very accomplished After Dinner Speaker.

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