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Colin Montgomerie  born June 22, 1963 in Glasgow, Scotland of the PGA Tour
Player Information:

  • Seven years between 1993 and 1999, he dominated the European Tour Order of Merit
  • The Ryder Cup in 2004 Montgomerie’s superb performance at Oakland Hills was pivotal to Europe’s overall success. One of Bernhard Langer’s wild cards – a selection endorsed by every one of his team-mates
  • The De Vere Belfry in 2002 where he was top scorer with four and a half points out of five and his victory over Toms meant he remained unbeaten in seven Ryder Cup singles matches stretching back to 1991.
  • Has won tournaments around the world at least once every year since 1993.
  • 2004 victory at the Caltex Masters, presented by Carlsberg, Singapore, his first European Tour victory since sharing the 2002 Volvo Masters
  • Lost to Ernie Els in a play-off for 1994 US Open Championship at Oakmont and was runner-up to Els once more in the US Open in 1997 at Congressional.
  • Lost in extra holes to Steve Elkington for the US PGA Championship at Riviera in 1995.
  • Exempt Status:Non-Member
    Height:6-1
    Weight:188
    Birth Date:June 22, 1963
    Birth Place:Glasgow, Scotland
    Special Interests:Music, cars, DIY, films
    Turned Pro:1987
    Joined Tour:
    2005 Earnings:$1,450,735.00
    2004 Earnings:$245,978.00
    Active Player:yes
    Official Website:http://www.colinmontgomerie.com/

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