Scottish PGA Championship

The Scottish PGA Championship is a golf tournament played annually in Scotland since 1907. For many years the event was called the Scottish Professional Championship. It is the flagship event on the "Tartan Tour", the PGA Tour in Scotland's schedule. The 2016 event was the 100th staging of the Championship and the final event on the 2016 Tartan Tour schedule.[1]

Scottish PGA Championship
Tournament information
Established1907
Course(s)Deer Park Golf and Country Club (2020)
Current champion
Ross Cameron (2020)

HistoryEdit

1907 Scottish Professional ChampionshipEdit

The 1907 Championship was held on 25 and 26 October at Panmure Golf Club, two miles west of Carnoustie. The championship was over 72 holes of medal play with 36 holes played each day. Entry was restricted to professionals born and resident in Scotland. The professionals also had to be either a member of the PGA or attached to a club. The residency rule excluded players like James Braid and Sandy Herd who were attached to English clubs. There were 44 entries. Prize money amounted to £70 of which £20 was provided by the Panmure Club. Prizes were given to the leading 6 players, the winner also receiving a gold medal. The scorer of the lowest round of the championship received £5.[2][3]

John Hunter and Robert Thomson led after the first day on 150 with 52-year-old Willie Fernie, the 1883 Open Champion next on 152.[2] On the second morning Hunter went round in 71, beating the course record by 2 shots, and giving him a six stroke lead. Hunter struggled in the final round taking 83. He took 7 at the 7th hole, where he had taken 2 in the morning, incurring a two-stroke penalty for grounding his club in a bunker. Thomson also took 83 for his last round but David Kinnell and Willie Fernie had chances to catch Hunter's total of 304. Kinnell finished a shot behind and was joined by Fernie after he took 5 at the last, needing a 4 to tie with Hunter. Prizes were distributed by the Countess of Dalhousie. Hunter received £30, the gold medal and the £5 for the lowest round. Fernie and Kinnell shared £25 for second place.[4][5]

WinnersEdit

[6]

Year Winner Country Venue Score Margin
of victory
Runner(s)-up Winner's
share (£)
Ref
Loch Lomond Whiskies PGA Scottish Championship
2020 Ross Cameron   Scotland Deer Park 273 4 strokes   Graham Fox 4,250 [7]
Scottish PGA Championship
2019 Paul O'Hara   Scotland Downfield 277 Playoff   Alastair Forsyth 1,800 [8]
M&H Logistics Scottish PGA Championship
2018 Greig Hutcheon (3)   Scotland Gleneagles (King's) 268 1 stroke   Paul O'Hara
  Steven O'Hara
9,000 [9]
2017 Chris Kelly (3)   Scotland Gleneagles (King's) 197 + 6 strokes   Robert Arnott
  Greg McBain
  Paul O'Hara
9,500 [10]
2016 Gareth Wright (2)   Wales Gleneagles (King's) 268 Playoff   Paul O'Hara 9,000 [11]
Gleneagles Scottish PGA Championship
2015 Chris Kelly (2)   Scotland Gleneagles (King's) 139 +++ Playoff   Paul McKechnie 6,000 [12][13]
2014 Gareth Wright   Wales Gleneagles (King's) 265 1 stroke   Jason McCreadie 9,000 [14]
2013 Greig Hutcheon (2)   Scotland Gleneagles (King's) 267 1 stroke   Gareth Wright 9,000 [15]
2012 Graham Fox   Scotland Gleneagles (King's) 269 2 strokes   Greig Hutcheon 8,900 [16]
2011 Alan Lockhart   Scotland Gleneagles (King's) 275 1 stroke   Christopher Currie
  Greig Hutcheon
8,600 [17]
2010 Chris Doak   Scotland Gleneagles (PGA Centenary) 269 Playoff   Gareth Wright 8,250 [18]
2009 David Orr   Scotland Gleneagles (PGA Centenary) 278 4 strokes   Craig Lee 8,000 [19]
2008 Jason McCreadie   Scotland Gleneagles (PGA Centenary) 285 2 strokes   Graeme Lornie 9,000 [20]
2007 Mark Loftus   Scotland Gleneagles (PGA Centenary) 290 1 stroke   Sam Cairns
  Craig Lee
8,800 [21]
2006 Dean Robertson   Scotland Gleneagles (PGA Centenary) 275 Playoff   Craig Lee 8,800 [22]
2005 Paul Lawrie (2)   Scotland Gleneagles (PGA Centenary) 275 4 strokes   David Drysdale 8,700
2004 Craig Ronald   Scotland Gleneagles (PGA Centenary) 287 Playoff   Chris Kelly 8,800
2003 Chris Kelly   Scotland Gleneagles (PGA Centenary) 275 7 strokes   Scott Henderson 8,800
2002 Fraser Mann   Scotland Gleneagles (PGA Centenary) 280 1 stroke   David Orr
2001 John Chillas (2)   Scotland Gleneagles (PGA Centenary) 284 Playoff   Murray Urquhart 8,000
2000 Alastair Forsyth   Scotland Gleneagles (Queen's) 255 7 strokes   John Chillas
Scottish PGA Championship
1999 Greig Hutcheon   Scotland Gleneagles (Monarch's) 288 2 strokes   Raymond Russell
1998 Colin Gillies (2)   Scotland Newmachar 273 2 strokes   Alan Tait
Tartan Special Scottish PGA Championship
1997 Gordon Law   Scotland Downfield 284
Gillespies Scottish PGA Championship
1996 Brian Marchbank   Scotland Dalmahoy 276 1 stroke   Andrew Raitt
  Raymond Russell
Tartan Special Scottish Professional Championship
1995 Colin Gillies   Scotland Dalmahoy 278
1994 Andrew Coltart   Scotland Dalmahoy 281 Playoff   Gary Orr
1993 Sam Torrance (5)   Scotland Dalmahoy 269 4 strokes   Colin Montgomerie
Scottish Brewers Scottish Professional Championship
1992 Paul Lawrie   Scotland Cardross 273
1991 Sam Torrance (4)   Scotland Erskine 274 2 strokes   William Guy
  Stephen McAllister
  Russell Weir
[23]
John Birnie Scottish Professional Championship
1990 Ross Drummond (4)   Scotland Deer Park 278 1 stroke   Steve Martin 5,000 [24]
1989 Ross Drummond (3)   Scotland Musselburgh 274 1 stroke   Mike Miller
  Sandy Stephen
4,200 [25]
Scotland on Sunday Scottish Professional Championship
1988 Sandy Stephen   Scotland Haggs Castle 283 4,200
Alloa Scottish Professional Championship
1987 Ross Drummond (2)   Scotland Glenbervie 268 3 strokes   Bernard Gallacher
  Russell Weir
7,000 [26]
Drybrough Scottish Professional Championship
1986 Ross Drummond   Scotland Glenbervie 270 5 strokes   Bill McColl 6,500 [27]
1985 Sam Torrance (3)   Scotland Dalmahoy 277 12 strokes   Robert Craig 6,000 [28]
1984 Ian Young   Scotland Dalmahoy 276 5 strokes   Andrew Oldcorn 6,000 [29]
1983 Bernard Gallacher (5)   Scotland Dalmahoy 276 Playoff   Ross Drummond 5,000 [30]
1982 Brian Barnes (2)   Scotland Dalmahoy 286 Playoff   Alistair Thomson 4,500 [31]
1981 Brian Barnes   Scotland Dalmahoy 275 4 strokes   Sam Torrance 4,000 [32]
Rank Xerox Scottish Professional Championship
1980 Sam Torrance (2)   Scotland East Kilbride 273 4 strokes   Willie Milne 3,000 [33]
STV Scottish Professional Championship
1979 Sandy Lyle   Scotland Glasgow Gailes 274 Playoff   Sam Torrance 2,500 [34]
Rank Xerox Scottish Professional Championship
1978 Sam Torrance   Scotland Strathaven 269 3 strokes   David Huish 3,000 [35]
1977 Bernard Gallacher (4)   Scotland Royal Burgess 282 1 stroke   Brian Barnes 3,000 [36]
Usher Scottish Professional Championship
1976 John Chillas   Scotland Haggs Castle 286 1 stroke   Bernard Gallacher 800 [37]
1975 David Huish   Scotland Duddingston 279 Playoff   Norman Wood 750 [38]
1974 Bernard Gallacher (3)   Scotland Drumpellier 276 4 strokes   John McTear 750 [39]
1973 Bernard Gallacher (2)   Scotland Kings Links 275 1 stroke   David Huish
  David Webster
750 [40]
Scottish Professional Championship
1972 Harry Bannerman (2)   Scotland Strathaven 268 10 strokes   Ronnie Shade 750
1971 Bernard Gallacher   Scotland Lundin Links 282 Playoff   Eric Brown 300 [41][42]
1970 Ronnie Shade   Scotland Montrose 276 Playoff   David Huish
  David Webster
300 [43][44]
1969 Gordon Cunningham   Scotland Machrihanish Golf Club 284 2 strokes   David Webster 300 [45]
1968 Eric Brown (8)   Scotland Monktonhall 286 1 stroke   John Panton [46]
1967 Harry Bannerman   Scotland Montrose 279 3 strokes   Finlay Morris [47]
1966 Eric Brown (7)
and John Panton (8)
  Scotland
  Scotland
Cruden Bay 137 ++ Tie Shared
500
[48]
1965 Eric Brown (6)   Scotland Forfar 271 6 strokes   Frank Rennie 250 [49]
1964 Bobby Walker (2)   Scotland Machrihanish Golf Club 277 2 strokes   Eric Brown 150 [50]
1963 Bill Miller   Scotland Crieff 284 1 stroke   Eric Brown [51]
1962 Eric Brown (5)   Scotland Dunbar 283 2 strokes   Bobby Walker 150 [52]
1961 Bobby Walker   Scotland Forres golf course 271 2 strokes   John Panton [53]
1960 Eric Brown (4)   Scotland West Kilbride 278 3 strokes   Hamish Ballingall
  Gregor McIntosh
[54]
1959 John Panton (7)   Scotland Turnberry 282 6 strokes   Hamish Ballingall [55]
1958 Eric Brown (3)   Scotland Royal Dornoch Golf Club 286 4 strokes   John Panton [56]
1957 Eric Brown (2)   Scotland Kilmarnock (Barassie) Golf Club 284 6 strokes   John Panton [57]
1956 Eric Brown   Scotland Nairn Golf Club 281 6 strokes   John Panton [58]
1955 John Panton (6)   Scotland Elie 272 2 strokes   Eric Brown 150 [59]
1954 John Panton (5)   Scotland Turnberry 283 2 strokes   Willie Macdonald 200 [60]
1953 Hector Thomson   Scotland Gullane 283 4 strokes   John Anderson 150 [61]
1952 John Campbell   Scotland Moray Golf Club 292 1 stroke   Bill Henderson
  John Panton
200 [62]
1951 John Panton (4)   Scotland Ayr Belleisle 290 1 stroke   Hamish Ballingall 200 [63]
1950 John Panton (3)   Scotland Longniddry 276 9 strokes   Hector Thomson 200 [64]
1949 John Panton (2)   Scotland Nairn Golf Club 282 7 strokes   Willie Macdonald 200 [65]
1948 John Panton   Scotland Prestwick Golf Club 299 4 strokes   Hamish Ballingall 205 [66]
1947 Jimmy McCondichie   Scotland Luffness 287 1 stroke   Gordon Durward
  Ian McPherson
220 [67]
1946 William Anderson   Scotland Nairn Golf Club 296 4 strokes   John Panton 100 [68]
1940–45: No tournament due to World War II
1939 William Davis   Scotland Inverness 295 2 strokes   Hamish Ballingall [69]
1938 Hamish Ballingall   Scotland Lundin Links 284 2 strokes   Tom Haliburton
  Willie Hastings
[70]
1937 Willie Hastings   Scotland Kilmarnock (Barassie) Golf Club 305 1 stroke   Duncan McCulloch
  William Stephen
  George Templeton
[71]
1936 Jim Forrester   Scotland Moray Golf Club 289 5 strokes   George Hutton 55 [72]
1935 Jimmy McDowall   Scotland Longniddry 287 6 strokes   Willie Don 55 [73]
1934 Mark Seymour (3)   England Nairn Golf Club 290 2 strokes   Jimmy McDowall 55 [74]
1933 Mark Seymour (2)   England Moray Golf Club 292 5 strokes   Jimmy McDowall
  Willie Spark
55 [75]
1932 Robert Dornan   Scotland Forfar 286 12 strokes   Jimmy Adams 32 10s [76]
1931 Mark Seymour   England Dalmahoy 300 7 strokes   Tom Dobson 35 [77]
1930 Duncan McCulloch (2)   Scotland Nairn Golf Club 294 10 strokes   David Houston
  Tom Wilson
60 [78]
1929 Duncan McCulloch   Scotland Bogside 294 3 strokes   Tom Dobson
  Sandy Thomson
35 [79]
1928 Stewart Burns (3)   Scotland Royal Aberdeen Golf Club 293 11 strokes   Gordon Lockhart 35 [80]
1927 Stewart Burns (2)   Scotland Gleneagles Hotel 300 3 strokes   Duncan McCulloch 40 [81]
1926 Tom Wilson   Scotland Bruntsfield Links 297 3 strokes   Arthur Butchart 40 [82]
1925 Stewart Burns   Scotland Moray Golf Club 297 5 strokes   Tom Fernie 50 [83]
1924 Peter Robertson (2)   Scotland Glen Golf Club 292 1 stroke   Willie McMinn 35 [84]
1923 Arthur Butchart   Scotland Western Gailes 301 7 strokes   T B Robertson 45 [85]
1922 George Smith   Scotland Gleneagles Hotel 313 1 stroke   Tom Fernie 60 [86]
1921 Peter Robertson   Scotland Gleneagles Hotel 312 3 strokes   Gordon Lockhart 70 [87]
1920 Tom Fernie (4)   Scotland Gleneagles Hotel 330 6 strokes   Willie Thomson 35 [88]
1919 Tom Fernie (3)   Scotland Monifieth 296 3 strokes   Laurie Auchterlonie 20 [89]
1915–18: No tournament due to World War I
1914 Davie Watt   Scotland Glen Golf Club 299 2 strokes   Willie Watt 20 [90]
1913 Alex Marling   Scotland Cruden Bay 227 + 1 stroke   Peter Robertson 25 [91]
1912 Willie Watt   Scotland Dunbar 298 5 strokes   Davie Watt 25 [92]
1911 Edwin Sinclair   Scotland Turnberry 309 2 strokes   Robert Thomson 15 [93]
1910 Tom Fernie (2)   Scotland Moray Golf Club 291 15 strokes   Willie Binnie 15 [94]
1909 Tom Fernie   Scotland Montrose 296 2 strokes   Robert Thomson 30 [95]
1908 Robert Thomson   Scotland Cardross 298 Playoff   Willie Watt 30 [96]
1907 John Hunter   Scotland Panmure Golf Club 304 1 stroke   Willie Fernie
  David Kinnell
30 [4]

In 1908 Thomson beat Watt 146 to 153 in the 36-hole playoff. In 1970 Shade and Webster scored 70 in the 18-hole playoff with Huish scoring 73. Shade won at the next hole in a sudden-death playoff. In 1971 Gallacher beat Brown 68 to 73 in the 18-hole playoff. In 1975 Huish beat Wood at the second extra hole. In 1979 Lyle beat Torrance at the third extra hole. In 1982 Barnes beat Thomson at the second extra hole. In 1983 Gallacher beat Drummond at the second extra hole. In 1994 Coltart beat Orr at the second extra hole. In 1999 the Championship was awarded to the leading Scot in the European Tour Scottish PGA Championship. In 2001 Chillas beat Urquhart at the second extra hole. In 2004 Ronald beat Kelly at the second extra hole with a birdie. In 2006 Robertson beat Lee at the second extra hole with a birdie. In 2010 Doak beat Wright at the fourth extra hole. In 2015 Kelly beat McKechnie at the first extra hole with an eagle 3. In 2016 Wright beat O'Hara at the first extra hole with an eagle 3. In 2019 O'Hara beat Forsyth with a par at the second extra hole.

  • + reduced to 54 holes. In 1913 fog meant that the morning round on the second day could not be played.
  • ++ reduced to 36 holes. Brown and Panton declared joint winners after persistent haar made play impossible.
  • +++ reduced to 36 holes. No play was possible on the first day because of course flooding.

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