Ended a six year wait for a second Seniors Tour title when he won the 2002 GIN Monte Carlo Invitational and he repeated that success when he also claimed both the Royal Westmoreland Barbados Open and the Tobago Plantations Seniors Classic at the start of the 2003 season.
Ensured 2003 would be a year to remember when he picked up his third title in the Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open at The Roxburghe. Prior to turning 50, he won almost 20 titles on the Australasian Tour and eight times in the Far East. A model of consistency, he did not drop out of the top ten on the Australasian Tour Order of Merit between 1980 and 1986.
He was selected as just the second Chairman of the PGA Tour of Australasia, overseeing the Tour during a time of massive change. Was inducted as a Life Member of his home Tour in 1997, following such notables as Ted Ball, Bill Dunk, Kel Nagle, Greg Norman and Peter Thomson. An excellent all-round sportsman, he represented Western Australia at cricket.
Australasia unless otherwise stated :
1969 Western Australian Amateur Champion
1972 Western Australian Amateur Champion, Western Australia Open (As Am)
1974 Australian Amateur Championship, Western Australian Amateur Championship
1975 Western Australian Amateur Champion, Western Australia Open (as Am)
1978 Singapore Open
1980 Western Australia Open
1981 Halls Head Western Open, CIG Channel 9 Nedlands Masters, NZ PGA Championship
1982 BP NZ Open Championship, Air NZ/Shell Open, Town & Country/Channel 9 West Australian Open, Yomiuri Open (Jpn)
1983 Ford Dealers South Australian Open, Town & Country Western Australian Open, National Panasonic Nedlands Masters, Dunlop Open (Jpn), Malaysian Open
1984 Indonesian Open
1985 Halls Head Estates Nedlands Masters, Malaysian Open
1987 Malaysian Open
1988 Air NZ/Shell Open
1990 Western Australia Open
1992 Pioneer Singapore PGA Championship, Nedlands Masters
Terry Gale played in the inaugural 2003 Asian Seniors Masters in Singapore and finished 3rd.
Photos from 2003 ASM Singapore