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The Gleneagles Hotel
Auchterarder, Perthshire, Scotland 24 Aug 2000 - 27 Aug 2000
Fulke captures Scottish PGA Championship
Sweden’s Pierre Fulke completed his comeback from injury by capturing the Scottish PGA Championship over the Monarch’s Course at Gleneagles on Sunday. Fulke shot a bogey-free 70 to finish on 17-under-par 271, two clear of his fellow countryman Henrik Nystrom, to win his second European Tour title and the 109,495 euro (£66,660) first prize.
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Fulke leads by three at Gleneagles
Sweden’s Pierre Fulke takes a three-shot lead into the final round of Scottish PGA Championship at Gleneagles as he attempts to complete his comeback from injury which kept him out of the game for seven months. He leads compatriot Henrik Nystrom with Scotland's Alastair Forsyth five shots off the pace.
Final round tee-times
Fulke sets new Monarch's Course record to lead by two
Sweden’s Pierre Fulke knocked a shot off the Monarch’s course record at Gleneagles with a superb round of 63, nine under par, to open a two shot lead at the halfway stage of the Scottish PGA Championship. Fulke moved to 11 under par 133, two clear of Alastair Forsyth and Raphael Jacquelin.
Third round tee-times
Lawrie and Jacquelin make flying starts at Gleneagles
Former Open champion Paul Lawrie made the perfect start to the Scottish PGA Championship by holing his first shot of the tournament. It was the second ace of his professional career and helped to an an opening 67, five under par, three shots adrift of first round leader Frenchman Raphael Jacquelin who set a new course record with an a superb 64.
Lawrie heads to Gleneagles
The European Tour returns to Gleneagles this week for the Scottish PGA Championship with 1999 Open Champion Paul Lawrie heading the field. Lawrie won the Open Championship in outstanding style at Carnoustie when he shot a final round of 67 to come from ten behind to secure a place in the play-off and then birdied the last two holes of the four hole play-off to lift the Auld Claret Jug.
1st round tee-times
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