About Ian Doig
“I will forever be grateful for what the game of golf has done for me and my career. It has given me the opportunity to travel the world and make friendships that have lasted a life-time.”
Ian Doig has a storied career in professional golf spanning 4 decades. He’s competed in over 400 professional tournaments including several PGA Tour events and the 2018 U.S. Senior Open Championship.
He has 25+ professional tournament wins along with numerous career notable achievements.
The thrill of competition and the pride of winning is what has always driven Ian to become a world-class golfer.
He’s competed in over 400 professional tournaments around the globe in his 4+ decades as a touring professional.
Events include several PGA Tour events and the 2018 U.S. Senior Open Championship.
Ian has won over 25 professional tournaments, with his most recent notable wins included below.
25+ Professional Wins
2017 Black Wolf Match Play Championship
2016 PGA of Ontario Senior Championship
2015 PGA of Ontario Senior Championship
2013 PGA of Ontario Senior Tour Championship
2013 PGA of Ontario Senior Spring Open
2012 Bacardi World Par 3 Championship
2009 Great Lakes Tour Match Play Champion
Throught his professional career, Ian takes great pride in his many notable achievements.
Ian has won “Player of the Year” honours on 2 occasions and his most recent notable achievement was qualifying for his first major – the 2018 U.S. Senior Open in 2018.
2018: U.S. Senior Open
2016: PGA of Ontario
Senior Player of the Year
2011: PGA Champions Tour Qualifying Tournament
1994: PGA of Canada
Winter Tour Leading Money Winner
1986: PGA of Ontario
Player of the Year
1984: PGA Buick Open
Proudly A Member Of…
PGA of Canada Member
PGA Tour Canada/Mackenzie – Tour Member
1988 – 1991
Asian Tour Member
1985 – 1986
Tournament Players Association – Tour Member
what They’re Saying
Since starting with Ian I feel I’ve been able to take my game to the next level, including a summer that featured two wins, followed by a scholarship to Texas Wesleyan University.
I came to Ian after years of self-taught golf with one request – help me keep it in play. With a few minor adjustments, I was hitting the ball straighter, longer, and more accurately. There was no overload of information but rather pointed adjustments and practice.
As a 20 handicap at Oak Bay Golf Club, I decided to get a lesson from Ian. After fixing a few things with my swing I was hitting the ball straighter, longer, and much to my surprise, I even had the odd draw shot – something I’ve never done before. The next day I returned to play a round and shot 81. Numbers don’t lie, Ian is a great teacher.
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