John Edward Bickerton (born on 23 December 1969) is an English golfer.Bickerton was born in Redditch, England. He turned professional in 1991.Bickerton joined the Challenge Tour, Europe's second tier professional golf tour, in 1993. He won the 1994 Gore-Tex Challenge on his way to 6th on the season ending money list, which gave him automatic promotion to the European Tour for 1995. He initially struggled to establish himself at Europe's top level, returning to the Challenge Tour in 1997. In 1998, he again finished 6th in the rankings to gain his European Tour card, which he has kept ever since.Bickerton's best finish on the European Order of Merit is 20th in both 1999 and 2006. After 287 events and five second place finishes, he won on the European Tour for the first time at the Abama Open de Canarias in October 2005. Nine months later he claimed his second tour title at one of the European Tour's richest events, the Open de France.Bickerton was a member of the Great Britain & Ireland team at the 2000 Seve Trophy.
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