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Gerry Norquist

Gerry Norquist
— Golfer —
Van Lanschot Senior Open 2012
Personal information
Born (1962-05-29) May 29, 1962 (age 52)
Portland, Oregon
Height 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
Nationality  United States
Residence Phoenix, Arizona
Turned professional 1988
Current tour(s) European Seniors Tour
Former tour(s) Asian Tour
European Tour
Japan Golf Tour
Nike Tour
Professional wins 12
Number of wins by tour
European Tour 1
Asian Tour 5
Other 7

Gerry Norquist (born May 29, 1962) is an American professional golfer.

Norquist was born in Portland, Oregon and turned professional relatively late at the age of 26. He played most of his tournament golf in Asia, predominantly on the Asian Tour where he won five titles,[1] and later on the Japan Golf Tour. His biggest win came in 1999 at the European Tour co-sanctioned Benson and Hedges Malaysian Open, which gave him a two year exemption on that tour.

Norquist maintained his links with the Asian Tour and was appointed senior vice president in 2006. [2]

He was active on the European Seniors Tour in 2012; playing in 14 events, he finished in the money 12 times. His best finish was a tie for 6th at the Taiwan-based Fubon Senior Open.

Professional wins

European Tour wins (1)

Asian Tour wins (5)

Other wins (7)

  • 1989 PGA Assistant Professionals Championship (PGA Pacific Northwest Section event)
  • 1990 El Junko Open (Venezuela)
  • 1993 Malaysian Open
  • 1994 Palm Springs Open (PGA Southern California Section event)
  • 1997 Mercuries Taiwan Masters (prior to Asian Tour sanctioning)
  • 2002 Sedona Open (PGA Southwest Section event)
  • 2004 Sedona Open (PGA Southwest Section event)


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