Colin Montgomerie
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Recent Results

tournament date total score
Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open 12/07/2015 142
US Open 21/06/2015 293
Turkish Open 16/11/2014 292
US PGA Championship 10/08/2014 289

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June 22

Dustin Johnson, current world No. 3 and runner-up at the 2015 US Open, turns 31. Johnson also finished tied for second at the 2011 Open Championship, and has nine PGA wins overall, including two WGC events.

June 23

Colin Montgomerie, who ranks fourth all-time on the European Tour win list with 31, turns 52. Montgomerie recently won his third straight…

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Colin Montgomerie could get used to this Champions Tour.

The 51-year-old Scottish great fired an 8-under 280 to win his third Champions Tour in 10 appearances, including three of the last six, repeating as champion at the Senior PGA Championship at the Pete Dye Course at French Lick Resort.

Montgomerie won 31 European Tour titles in his career, but never a…

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Six times during his PGA career, Jeff Maggert came up just short of his first Major – finishing third four times and fifth twice.

On Sunday, he didn’t waste the opportunity on the Champions Tour, defeating Kevin Sutherland in a playoff to take the first Major of the year, the Regions Tradition played in Alabama.

Both men finished 14-under par in…

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Seventeen of the top 60 players int he world will highlight the field at the Turkish Airlines Open beginning Thursday in Istanbul, the third leg of the Race to Dubai’s Final Series.

Rory McIlroy is a no-show again, but heavyweights Sergio Garcia, Henrik Stenson and Martin Kaymer are all on hand, along with Marcel Siem, the winner of the Race’s…

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