Hsu Sheng-san

Hsu Sheng-san (Chinese: 許勝三, born 16 April 1942) is a Taiwanese professional golfer.

Hsu Sheng-san
Personal information
Born (1942-04-16) 16 April 1942 (age 78)
Nationality Taiwan
Turned professional1969
Former tour(s)Japan Golf Tour
Professional wins18
Number of wins by tour
Japan Golf Tour1
Asian Tour7 (Asia Golf Circuit)
Best results in major championships
Masters TournamentDNP
PGA ChampionshipDNP
U.S. Open70th: 1983
The Open ChampionshipT51: 1982
Achievements and awards
Asia Golf Circuit
1976, 1978, 1982

Outside of Taiwan, Hsu played primarily on the Asia Golf Circuit winning seven tournaments and heading the Order of Merit in 1976,[1] 1978[2] and 1982. His 1982 campaign started by losing out in a playoff at the opening event, the Philippine Open, having held a five stroke lead going into the final round, but he went on to win in India, Singapore and Thailand in consecutive weeks through the middle of the circuit to build a dominant position in the standings.[3] Hsu also played on the Japan Golf Tour, winning once.

Hsu's first two victories in professional tournaments were as an amateur, in 1966 at the Okinawa Open, and in 1967 at the Philippine Open.[4]

Professional wins (18)Edit

Japan Golf Tour wins (1)Edit

No. Date Tournament Winning score Margin of
1 5 Jun 1977 Mitsubishi Galant Tournament −11 (68-68-69-72=277) 3 strokes   Takaaki Kono,   Graham Marsh,
  Teruo Sugihara

Japanese circuit wins (1)Edit

Asia Golf Circuit wins (7)Edit

Other wins (9)Edit

  • 1969 ROC PGA Championship
  • 1976 ROC PGA Championship
  • 1980 Kaohsiung Open
  • 1981 ROC PGA Championship, Kaohsiung Open
  • 1982 Kaohsiung Open
  • 1984 Kaohsiung Open
  • 1985 ROC PGA Championship
  • 1987 ROC PGA Championship

Team appearancesEdit




  1. ^ "Arda wins right to play in British, US meets". The Straits Times. 26 April 1976. p. 27. Retrieved 13 February 2020 – via National Library Board (Singapore).
  2. ^ "Kuo takes Dunlop by nine strokes". The Straits Times. 24 April 1978. p. 23. Retrieved 13 February 2020 – via National Library Board (Singapore).
  3. ^ "From nightmare to a dream end". The Straits Times. 27 April 1982. p. 39. Retrieved 13 February 2020 – via National Library Board (Singapore).
  4. ^ "Title goes to Formosan amateur". The Straits Times. 27 February 1967. p. 17. Retrieved 13 February 2020 – via National Library Board (Singapore).
  5. ^ "Golf: Hsu wins Singapore Open". The Canberra Times. AAP-Reuter. 29 March 1982. p. 16. Retrieved 10 January 2020.

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