ResidenceLinlithgow, Scotland
AttachmentKingsfield Golf Centre
Date of Birth:01/11/1974
Place of BirthDechmont, Scotland
Height & Weight6ft 3in 13st 9lbs (188cm 87kg)
FamilyWife: Helen (m. 1999) Children: Jack (2001), Ellie (2004)
InterestsFootball, fishing, cycling, snooker
Turned Pro1995 (plus 4)
Qualifying School1995*, 96*, (97), 09*

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A fine performance at the 71° OPEN D'ITALIA Presented by DAMIANI was rewarded when, under intense pressure, the Scotsman finished just one shot and a place off an automatic berth in the European Ryder Cup side before European Captain Paul McGinley named him as one of three wildcard picks for Gleneagles. With his home just an hour down the road, the enormous crowds at Gleneagles were even more vocal with a Scot in the side, and he was unlucky not to take at least a half point from his Singles match against Phil Mickelson. Earlier in 2014 became the first man to successfully defend the Omega Dubai Desert Classic title, having won his first title in nearly nine years there the year before. His first triumph came in the 2004 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, exactly 35 years after his uncle, the former Ryder Cup Captain Bernard Gallacher, won his maiden professional title. Saw off Graeme McDowell in a play-off, delighting the home crowds at St Andrews and fulfilling the promise he had shown since turning professional in 1995. Suffered from a debilitating viral infection, sarcoidosis, which attacked his lungs and joints in 2009, but returned to full health in 2010 and a year later guided Scotland, alongside Martin Laird, to joint fourth place in the Mission Hills World Cup. Won a European Tour card at the first attempt in 1995 but sustained a back injury in the summer of 1996 – removing his luggage from an airport carousel – and did not play from June onwards. Won the Scottish Amateur Match Play and Stroke Play Championships to set alongside his Lytham Trophy success. A member of the victorious Walker Cup side at Royal Porthcawl in 1995.

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Challenge Tour Wins1
European Tour Wins3
Wins this season0
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Race To Dubai22
Biggest European Tour Prize:: € 645,162 (2004)


Amateur Walker Cup 1995 (winners) Eisenhower Trophy 1994 Jacques Léglise Trophy 1992 (Captain) (\winners) Boys, Youths, Seniors 1992-95 Professional Ryder Cup 2014 (winners) World Cup 2005, 11, 13 Seve Trophy 2013 Royal Trophy 2013 (winners) EURASIA CUP 2014

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