Scott Drummond

Scott started the week of the 2004 Volvo PGA Championship in 396th position on the Official World Golf Ranking and finished it in 95th and €625,000 richer after claiming his first victory on The European Tour. Celebrated his 30th birthday with a second round 71 at Wentworth Club, going on to equal the tournament record of 269, 19 under par, just four weeks after the birth of his first child, Keira. Went on to tie for seventh in the Volvo Masters Andalucia and ended the season in 23rd place, with official earnings of €908,017, which rubber-stamped his election as the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year. His career is somewhat parallel to that of Sandy Lyle. Both come from Shropshire, both played amateur golf for England and both took Scottish nationality from their father when they turned professional. Joined the paid ranks in 1996, having been an international at boys, youth and senior levels.

2005 was a solid year on Tour with Ryder Cup and Tour win ambitions still Scotts highest priorities.

2006 - 2008 were frustrating years for Scott who continued to develop his golfing skills but struggled to get any real consistency with the putter.

N.B. Keith worked with Scott for over 17 years until late 2008.

Phil Mickleson coach Keith Williams and Scott Drummond at St Andrews Scotland

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