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Steen Tinning
Steen TinningRichard S JohnsonLiselotte NeumannHenrik Hilford BranderSteven JeppesenLasse JensenLee MinyoungAndrew JensenKim Hae RymAngelo Que



Why and when did you start to play?

I started playing golf a soon as I could walk. My dad is at teaching professional and I grew up on a golf course. Getting my first club when I could stand up and walk was a must.


What are your personal goals the next 5 years?

My main goal the next years is to qualify for the Champions Tour in the US and then enjoy success on the Champions Tour. It has been a great start to my Senior career on the European Senior Tour. Winning twice in my first year 2013 and receiving the Rookie of the Year award is a great boost to work even harder and enjoy more wins in the future.


What is your best golf memory?

Certainly winning my first European Tour tournament in Wales, playing with Ian Woosnam in the final group on the last day.


What do you like about Abacus?

It is quality clothes, smart and love the wide range of colours. Furthermore Abacus is leading the way with great variety and high quality wind and rain clothes. Living in Denmark, it is imperative to wear great wind and rain gear.


Which is your favorite Abacus product and why?

Certainly the wind and rain clothes. The Pitch rain jacket is worldclass along with the Druids turtle neck. Try it and you will always wear it….

Name: Steen Tinning


Nationality: Danish


Best results: Two European Tour Wins. 2000 Celtic Manor Wales Open, 2002 Telefonica Madrid Open.
Berenberg Master Champion 2013. English Senior Open Champion 2013. 


Been pro since: October, 1985.


Plays on: European Senior Tour

Steen Tinning

Coral Springs Senior Open, Eagle Trace, Florida, final round.


I hit a lot of good shots in todays round. I managed to avoid any penalty shots also, but had a day where I didn't make any putts. Putting on these very slow and grainy greens has been an issue for many of the players this week, and I am one of them. I am happy with the result after round 1. Shooting 7 under for the last two rounds and not making any putts today. I finished 14th and the tournament was won in 12 under par, not bad for a bunch of Seniors :)


Coral Springs Senior Open, Eagle Trace, Florida, 2 round.


66 shots today! 10 shots better than yesterday. You never know what you are going to get when stepping on the first tee.....


Coral Springs Senior Open, Eagle Trace, Florida, 1 round.


 What a messy day on the golf course.  I did not have much going in the warm up today. Couldn't find anything that worked on the range and was very confused on my swing. Can't find my timing so I am searching for the ball at the bottom of my swing. There is not a natural low point, so I am hitting at the ball more than swinging through the ball. I am struggling to keep the clubhead on line, and is pulling my bad shots to the left. This is much like what happen last week with my swing.


River Bend, Ormond Beach. Florida, Sunbelt Tour, final round.


I ran out of steam today. It all started very well. Hit a lot of good shots in the beginning of the round. I squared up my shoulders and took the club away from the body. Suddenly I hit a lot of good iron shots. My putter was working well and I got 3 under through 6 holes. That was pretty much the highlight of the day.  It was all downhill from there. I 3 putted twice downhill from 15 feet, trying to make the birdie putt and charged the putts by the hole, failing to make the return putt.


River Bend, Ormond Beach. Florida, Sunbelt Tour, 2 round.


This is a strange week. I am not playing very well, but I am not doing much wrong either. Just sort of keeping the ball in play and then patiently waiting for a few good shots to happen.


River Bend, Ormond Beach. Florida, Sunbelt Tour, 1 round.


Back to tournament golf after a weekend of ½ ironman competition 70.3 Ironman Florida at Haines City.  I am fully recovered after a very hot and tough ½ ironman. Happy to be back on the Sunbelt Tour with the old guys.


Tournament Players Club Series, Prestancia, Sarasota, Florida.


This was my last tournament on the West Florida Golf Tour this spring. I had a good day on the course but also a strange one. I hit good shots in the beginning, didn't make any putts and was 1 over after 4 holes. Then a 6 iron from 186 yards on the par 3, 5th hole, one bounce and in to the cup for an ACE. Then on the long par 3, 9th hole, 199 yards in to the wind. I hit a good 5 wood and hit it to two feet. Birdie. Next par 3, hit it to 3 feet and made birdie. It was like I couldn't make any birdies except for the par 3's.


2015 Lakewood Ranch Open, Florida.


Lakewood Ranch Open 2015 is a major on West Florida Golf Tour. It is a 72 hole tournament with a limited field of 96 players and cut to 32 players and ties after 36 holes. It is a walking tournament, so no buggies for a change.


First Win on West Florida Golf Tour :) :)


I have been playing on the local mini tour around Sarasota/Tampa the last month called the West Florida Golf Tour. A very well organized Tour and we are playing good and tough courses sometimes. I have been shooting regularly in the 60's the last few tournaments and finished 3rd in Mondays tournament at Lakewood Ranch with a score of 69. Today we played at Tampa Palms Country Club. A tough course with a lot of water in play.  Slippery greens and tough pins today. I played really well the first 10 holes and was 5 under for the round. Then I ran in to the old mistake of taking the club too much on the inside in my take away and I struggled to get the score in the clubhouse. I did really well on the back nine, getting up and down when missing greens. Good short game today and excellent putting was the key to the six under par 66 and first place by three shots :).


2015 Tournament Schedule updated.


I have received the most updated tournament schedule from the European Senior Tour. The European Senior Tour is still negotiating possible tournaments for 2015 and we are all waiting for the full tournament schedule to be released.