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Scott Jamieson |

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (31) / 11/28/1983
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 176
College: Scotland

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For finishing as the top three not otherwise exempt into The Open Championship inside the top 10 and ties at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open, Scott Jamieson, Tyrell Hatton and Kristoffer Broberg have earned exemptions into the major.
While arguably the least known of the trio, Broberg topped the other two at Royal Aberdeen with a solo runner-up, two strokes adrift of champion Justin Rose. The Swede closed with a 5-under-par 33-33=66 to post 14-under 270 and clinch his career-best finish on the European Tour. Hatton tied for fourth with three others already exempt at Royal Liverpool this week. The Englishman turned in a Sunday 68 to punch his third ticket into the season's third major. He's 0-for-2 (2010, 2013). Jamieson is also gunning for his first payday in his third start in The Open. He blitzed Royal Aberdeen with a bogey-free, 7-under 31-33=64 today to rise nine spots on the leaderboard into a three-way share of eighth place. (Fellow T8s, Rickie Fowler and Robert Karlsson, were already exempt into The Open.) The final berth into the major will go to the top finisher inside the top five and ties not otherwise exempt at the John Deere Classic. Jul 13 - 1:59 PM

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Scott Jamieson is set for his first attempt at winning the Wanamaker Trophy in this week’s PGA Championship.

Jamieson has been on a dry streak since his T5 at the Volvo World Match Play, missing five cuts in seven tries with a T58 at the BMW International Open his best finish in that span. He must really like Volvos, because his best finish of the year was a solo second at the Volvo Golf Champions. No word as to the official courtesy car at Oak Hill this week.
Tue, Aug 6, 2013 09:31:00 PM

Richard Sterne, Scott Jamieson, Chris Wood and Stephen Gallacher have earned exemptions into the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship on March 7-10.

The quartet of European Tour members secured berths into the guaranteed payday at TPC Blue Monster at Doral for sitting inside the Race to Dubai at the conclusion of the WGC-Match Play. (The other six were previously eligible.) Sterne leads the lot. Jamieson ranks second; Woods is eighth; and Gallacher is ninth. Each but Sterne will be making his debut in the tournament. The top 10 in FedExCup points at the conclusion of The Honda Classic will also gain entry.
Sun, Feb 24, 2013 10:58:00 PM

Scott Jamieson was the last man standing in a playoff at Royal Durban Golf Club in South Africa for the inaugural Nelson Mandela Championship, securing the first victory of the 2013-14 season and his first on the European Tour.

What was scheduled as a typical 72-hole event evolved into a 36-hole survival. Heavy rain and storms banged the first two days before organizers cut the event in half. Because of the moisture, the par-70 track was converted into a par 34-31=65. After Steve Webster and Eduardo de la Riva reached the clubhouse in 7-under 123, Jamieson crafted a bogey-free, 8-under 31-26=57 to join them. The trio returned to the 18th hole for the playoff. Jamieson earned the title with consecutive pars, eliminating de la Riva (bogey) on the first trip, and then Webster the second time around. "To get your name on any European trophy is a fantastic achievement," said Jamieson, who poured in eight birdies today, including five on his outward nine, "but it's a little more special when it's for someone like Nelson [Mandela]. At the start of the day I probably didn't think I would be standing here holding the trophy; but I knew I needed a fast start and I was lucky enough to get that."
Sun, Dec 9, 2012 12:05:00 PM

Scott Jamieson carded a 3-under-par 35-34=69 in the third and final round of the Scottish Open to finish in a share of third place, and winning the tiebreaker for the berth into the British Open.

The Scot finished birdie-birdie at Castle Stuart Golf Links to squeeze inside the top five at 14-under 202, albeit five strokes adrift of winner, Luke Donald. The exemption into the British was reserved for the highest finisher inside the top five not already eligible. Since four of the seven that tied for third had not already secured a tee time at Royal St. George's, the tiebreaker came into play; that is, the golfers' world ranking at the start of the week. Jamieson was 203rd, therefore, Mark Tullo (232nd), Martin Wiegele (305th) and Lorenzo Gagli (353rd) failed to qualify for the major.
Sun, Jul 10, 2011 01:43:00 PM