Scottish PGA Championship

Scottish PGA Championship

All of Scotland's greatest names, with the exception of one or two, have enjoyed success in the Scottish PGA Championship, helping add to the prestige and standing that surrounds the event.

Championship Information

The Scottish PGA Championship is a 72-hole strokeplay tournament with a field of 132 players. After 36 holes, a cut will be made, with the leading 40 (and ties) players going on to play a further 36 holes to decide a winner.

Entering the Tournament

Information about dates, regional qualifiers and how to enter.

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Championship Information

Locations, dates, entry fees, prize funds, qualifying criteria and more

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Past Winners

Full list of Scottish PGA Championship winners.

Past Winners

About the Championship

The Scottish PGA Championship can reflect on a long and distinguished history of competition dating back to 1907.

All of Scotland's greatest names, with the exception of one or two, have enjoyed success at the tournament, helping add to the prestige and standing that surrounds the event.

Perhaps the most remarkable win came in 2001 when John Chillas lifted the trophy at Gleneages PGA Centenary course - some 25 years after his first triumph in the championship at Haggs Castle in the baking hot summer of 1976.

Other notable names to have lifted the title are two time major champion Sandy Lyle, who triumphed at Glasgow Gailes in 1979, and Carnoustie Open champion Paul Lawrie who has twice savoured the joys of winning his home championship, repeating his success of 1992 in 2005.

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