Lu Liang-Huan, Date of Birth, Place of Birth


Lu Liang-Huan

professional golfer

Date of Birth: 10-Dec-1936

Place of Birth: Taipei

Profession: golfer

Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius

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About Lu Liang-Huan

  • Lu Liang-Huan (Chinese: ???, born 10 December 1936), or "Mr.
  • Lu" as he came to be known to British golf fans, was a successful Taiwanese golfer who won several important tournaments on the Asian and European circuits between 1959 and 1987. Lu was born in Taipei.
  • He became the first winner of the Hong Kong Open in 1959, the tournament devised by former Australian Open champion Eric Cremin and featuring, among others, Bob Charles and Kel Nagle.
  • He would become a regular winner on the Asian circuit (as it was known before the establishment of the formal Asian Tour in 1995), winning his own country's national Open on four occasions.
  • He also played on the Japan Golf Tour, winning nine times between 1971 and 1987. His finest year was 1971, when he finished runner-up to Lee Trevino in The Open at Royal Birkdale, then the following week won the French Open at Biarritz.
  • He also won in Thailand and Japan that season.
  • In 1972, he and countryman Hsieh Min-Nan teamed up to win the World Cup at Royal Melbourne Golf Club, Taiwan's sole victory in the event.

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