The Scottish Open at Loch Lomond
The Scottish Open at Loch Lomond
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 Dates: Thursday, July 12th through Sunday, July 15th
 Site: Loch Lomond Golf Club, Glasgow, Scotland
 Course Architect: Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish (1994)
 Par: 71
 Yardage: 7,050
 Hole-By-Hole: 1 - Par 4 425 Yds   10 - Par 4 455 Yds
               2 - Par 4 455 Yds   11 - Par 3 235 Yds
               3 - Par 5 505 Yds   12 - Par 4 415 Yds
               4 - Par 4 385 Yds   13 - Par 5 560 Yds
               5 - Par 3 190 Yds   14 - Par 4 345 Yds
               6 - Par 5 625 Yds   15 - Par 4 415 Yds
               7 - Par 4 440 Yds   16 - Par 4 470 Yds
               8 - Par 3 155 Yds   17 - Par 3 205 Yds
               9 - Par 4 340 Yds   18 - Par 4 430 Yds
                   -------------        -------------
                    36 3,520 Yds         35 3,530 Yds

 Annual: 6th
 Defending Champion: Ernie Els
 Runners-Up: Tom Lehman
 Tournament Record: 265 (Tom Lehman, 1997)
 54-Hole Record: 198 (Tom Lehman, 1997)
 36-Hole Record: 131 (Tom Lehman, 1997; Jesper Parnevik, 1999)
 Course Record: 62 (Retief Goosen, 1997; Sergio Garcia, 1999)
 Total Purse: $3,100,670
 Shares: 1st Place - $516,768; 2nd Place - 334,512; 3rd Place - 194,107

                             2000 Finish
                             -----------

 Player                Score              Player                 Score
 ------                -----              ------                 -----
 Ernie Els              273               Notah Begay III         277
 Tom Lehman             274               Jarmo Sandelin          278
 Colin Montgomerie      275               Phil Mickelson          278
 Stephen Allan          277               Nick Faldo              279
 Retief Goosen          277               Jose Maria Olazabal     279
                                          Michael Campbell        279

            Past The Scottish Open at Loch Lomond Winners and Runners-Up
            ------------------------------------------------------------

 2000 -- Ernie Els (273) -- Tom Lehman
 1999 -- Colin Montgomerie (268) -- Michael Jonzon, Sergio Garcia, Mats Lanner
 1998 -- Lee Westwood (276) -- Ian Woosnam, Eduardo Romero, Robert Allenby,
                               David Howell, Dennis Edlund
 1997 -- Tom Lehman (265) -- Ernie Els
 1996 -- Thomas Bjorn (277) -- Jean Van de Velde

 Note: Formerly called Gulfstream Loch Lomond World Invitational (1997),
       Standard Life Loch Lomond (1998-2000).

                           Top Contenders in the Field
                           ---------------------------

 Ernie Els         - Defending Champion, 2 top-10's in 5 European events
 Thomas Bjorn      - Won this event in 1996, captured Dubai Desert Classic
 Michael Campbell  - Has five top-10's this year in 12 events, 5th in money
 Darren Clarke     - Won last week's European Open & moved up to 4th in money
 Sergio Garcia     - Captured The Colonial on PGA Tour, 1 top-10 in Europe
 Retief Goosen     - U.S. Open champion leads Volvo Order of Merit
 Bernhard Langer   - Tied for 8th last week with weekend rounds of 69
 Tom Lehman        - Won this event in 1997 and finished 2nd last year
 Colin Montgomerie - 1999 Loch Lomond champion, finished 3rd last year
 Greg Norman       - Last played in this event in 1997 and tied for 4th
 Jose M. Olazabal  - Missed the cut last week for the fourth time in 2001
 Jeff Quinney      - Current U.S. Amateur champion, shot 80-76 at Masters
 Lee Westwood      - Titled here in 1998, has two top-10's in 9 2001 events
 Ian Woosnam       - Tied for 2nd last week with a final round of 68

 Golftoday Network Selections
 -------------------------
 Pick to Win - Sergio Garcia
 Darkhorse   - David Howell

 Last Week's Pick to Win (Darren Clarke) - Finished 1st
 Last Week's Darkhorse (Ian Garbutt) - Finished tied for 62nd

 NOTES:
      Once again Ernie Els outlasted Tom Lehman and Colin Montgomerie last
 year, as he posted a one-shot win over Lehman and two strokes better than
 Montgomerie. Just like in 1997 when Els defeated Lehman and Monty at the U.S.
 Open, the talented South African posted his fourth straight round in the 60's
 to edge out the duo. Lehman, who defeated Els at this event in 1997, closed
 with a 69 as did 1999 winner Montgomerie. Geoff Ogilvy and Jarmo Sandelin
 recorded holes-in-one last year, both on the 17th hole. Ogilvy posted his
 during round three while Sandelin accomplished the feat in the final round, as
 he finished tied for seventh. This event features one of the strongest fields
 in tournament history, as it serves as the final tune-up for next week's
 British Open at Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club. This year's entries
 include no fewer than 12 Major Championship winners who combined have won
 27 Major titles. Joining Els and Lehman is the new US Open champion Retief
 Goosen along with Seve Ballesteros, John Daly, Nick Faldo, Bernhard Langer, Paul
 Lawrie, Sandy Lyle, Greg Norman, José Maria Olazábal and Ian Woosnam. Last
 year, American's David Gossett and Matt Kuchar competed as amateurs with
 Gossett tying for 15th and Kuchar tying for 22nd. The purse for this week's
 event was increased by 1,100,000 pounds from last year. The renewal of The
 Scottish Open at Loch Lomond will impact on the completion of the field for
 the 130th Open Championship. A total of 15 places will be on offer at Loch
 Lomond - the leading eight players not otherwise exempt from the tournament
 and the leading seven players and ties within the top 25 of a cumulative money
 list from the Volvo Order of Merit events which commenced at the Volvo PGA
 Championship and concludes with the Scottish Open at Loch Lomond. Next
 week's 130th Open Championship will be defended by world number one Tiger Woods.


 

 

 

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