|Full name||Thomas Arthur Torrance|
|Born||13 March 1891|
|Died||8 December 1976 85) (aged|
Sandwich, Kent, England
|Best results in major championships|
|The Open Championship||T22: 1932|
Thomas Arthur 'Tony' Torrance (13 March 1891 – 8 December 1976) was a Scottish amateur golfer who played in the early 20th century. He played in five Walker Cup matches between 1924 and 1934.
Torrance was born in Edinburgh in 1891. His older brother, William Breck, was also a noted amateur golfer.
Torrance played in five Walker Cup matches, 1924, 1928, 1930, 1932, 1934. He was the captain in 1932.
Torrance was joint runner-up in the 1927 German Open at Wannsee Berlin G&CC behind Percy Alliss.
Torrance died in Sandwich, Kent on 8 December 1976.
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