Barry Lane Dead At 62

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Five-times European Tour winner and former Ryder Cup player ''Barry Lane'' has died after a short illness at the age of 62, Reported by a DP World Tour in a statement on Sunday.

Lane made 693 starts on the European Tour, that is now known as the DP World Tour, and is 4th on the Tour’s all-time appearance list.

“We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of legend Barry Lane,” Said by European Tour CEO Keith Pelley.

“Across both the European Tour have seen such a level of success and the now Legends Tour shows his dedication to the game of golf and he was a much-loved figure on both tours. The renaming of the Legends Tour’s Rookie of the Year trophy in his honor is a fitting tribute, and I’m delighted he had the opportunity to present it in December.”

He won the Scottish Open in 1988 by 3 strokes at Gleneagles. Lane’s final victory came at the 2004 British Masters — more than a decade after he had previously claimed tournament.“

Barry Lane was a prince of a guy. He will be missed. RIP,” tweeted fellow British player and two-time major champion Tony Jacklin. 

“RIP barry – sweetest guy to the very end and coming all the way to Mauritius a few weeks ago, despite very ill health, to say goodbye to all his Tour family says a lot to his bravery & to the close kinship & friendships we all form on Tour,” Irish golf veteran Paul McGinley tweeted.

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