Barry Way, past Ryder Cup player and Scottish Open chief, passes on made 62
Barry Way, the past Ryder Cup player, passed on at 62 years of age. Way, a five-time European Visit champion and eight-time Legends Visit victor, made 693 early phases on the European Visit and is fourth on the thrilling appearance list.
He was a person from Bernard Gallacher’s Ryder Cup pack that was beaten 15-13 by the US at the Peak in 1993. In 1988, he beat serious areas of strength for tremendous including Sandy Lyle, that year’s Rulers champion, to the Scottish Open title.
The way was in Mauritius in December for the 2022 Legends Visit’s season-completing MCB Visit Title, where he presented the renamed Barry Way The top tier award to Brazil’s Adilson Da Silva.
“We are deflected to be familiar with the passing of Barry Way. To have seen such a level of progress across both the European Visit and the now Legends Visit shows his obligation to the game of golf and he was a much-respected figure on the two visits,” said the European Visit’s social gathering Chief, Keith Pelley. “The renaming of the Legends Visit’s latest phenom prize in his honor is a fitting confirmation, and I’m cheerful he gotten the likely opportunity to present it in December.”
Ryan Howsam, top of the Legends Visit, added: “This is an astoundingly miserable day for all at Legends Visit. I’ve had the delight of convincing money the chiefs energy with Barry and [his wife] Camilla all through late years as Barry played Legends Visit events with Camilla regularly nearby as a caddie, bringing down the resistance for eight Legends Visit titles, most the Senior Italian Open and the MCB Visit Title in Madagascar, both in 2019.”