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Scott Jamieson

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (33) / 11/28/1983
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 176

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Scott Jamieson had just four pars in his opening 16 holes before painting a 5-under-par 31-36=67 in round one of the season-opening Alfred Dunhill Championship in South Africa.
The Scot's wild ride around Leopard Creek started birdie-eagle-birdie before he dropped a shot at 4. No matter, Jamieson responded with circles at 5 and 6 to hit 5-under before he ran into trouble with a bogey at 8. After three pars, the rollercoaster ride started up again with a bogey at 12 followed by a run of three birdies (13, 14 and 16) against another square at 15. Jamieson signed off with rare pars at 17 and 18 to finish his round in T3 and just a shot behind joint leaders Paul Dunne and Charl Schwartzel. Today's little adventure adds to bigger ones in this part of the world, the highlight a win in the Nelson Mandela Championship in 2012. He also posted T3 in this event the week after landing his sole European Tour win to date. Dec 1 - 11:28 AM

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Scott Jamieson needed just 24 putts in a 6-under-par 33-32=65 on day two of the British Masters at The Grove and is just a shot behind leaders Alex Noren and Andrew Johnston.

Tacked onto his opening 68, it puts the Scotsman at 9-under 133 and in great position to launch a weekend challenge at the English course used last for the 2006 WGC-American Express Championship. Jamieson, who piped 10 (of 14) fairways and hit 12 greens in regulation, fired six birdies and 12 pars in his bogey-free morning lap. His par breakers came in bunches, at 15, 17 and 18 on his opening nine and at 6, 7 and 8 coming home. He came into the event on the back of two missed cuts but prior to that had registered back-to-back top 10s in the Italian and KLM Opens.
Oct 14 - 8:49 AM

Local man Scott Jamieson made another fast start via a bogey-free 5-under-par 33-34=67 in the first round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.

Jamieson has carded two 65s and three 68s in his last six European Tour openers, turning two of those into top 10s (KLM Open and Italian Open). He again hit the ground running in his native Scotland today after compiling three birdies and an eagle at Kingbarns, one of the three links courses being used this week. Jamieson's eagle came at No. 3 and he added to it with circles at 9, 10 and 16 to finish day one in T5 and just three shots behind pacesetter Alex Noren. His next 18 comes at St. Andrews tomorrow where he'll tee it up at 09:11. He's the leading Scot after day one and on target to beat his best result in five tries at this tournament, T17 in 2013.
Oct 6 - 2:27 PM

Scot Jamieson finished up a 6-under-par 33-32=65 at the Italian Open with a birdie-3 at 18, enough to put him in T2 after his opening lap.

Bad weather at Golf Club Milano meant the afternoon wave had to complete their rounds this morning and Jamieson cashed in at a course softened by rain. He burst out of the gate with four straight circles from the 1st and, after giving a shot back at 8, hit the birdie trail again with three more at 11, 12 and 14. After another bogey at 17 he scribbled in a final birdie at the last to pull up just a shot shy of leader Rikard Karlberg. Jamieson started the week 136th on the Race to Dubai but found some form with T10 in last week's KLM Open. He piped 6 (of 14) fairways in his opening round and hit 13 greens in regulation, saving par three times out of five and taking just 26 putts. It's a quick turnaround as he starts his second round at 12:50 local time.
Sep 16 - 6:22 AM

Scott Jamieson signed for that rarest of birds when draining his second shot for albatross at the par-5 4th hole in a 6-under-par 32-33=65 in round one of the Made In Denmark tournament.

The Scot produced his magic moment with a 3-iron from 233 yards to give dramatic impetus to a round which had started with three straight pars. It was the first ever albatross at the Made in Denmark and third on the European Tour this season, following those of Lee Slattery (Indian Open) and Scott Hend (Shenzhen International). That was the obvious showreel moment but Jamieson parlayed it into a 6-under opener with further birdies at 6, 11 and 17 to land just three behind the clubhouse lead of Joakim Lagergren and Thomas Pieters. Right now, he's T5 on the live leaderboard.
Aug 25 - 1:09 PM

Scott Jamieson pieced together a 4-under-par first round of 34-34=68 in the D+D REAL Czech Masters at Albatross Golf Resort.

20 starts into his 2016 season the Scot is still seeking first first top 20 finish, which goes a long way to explaining why he is 142nd in the Race to Dubai, 32 spots outside retention of his card. So this - just his fifth sub-70 opening round of the campaign - is a real fillip. He opened with three birdies in his opening seven holes only to creak round the turn, making bogey at 8 and 10. Four birdies from 11 through 16 righted matters only for a third blue number on 17 to drop him out of a share of the lead. He was 3-for-6 in Scrambling and took 25 swipes of the putter.
Aug 18 - 1:01 PM

Scott Jamieson has a tough first-round match at the Aberdeen Asset Management Paul Lawrie Match Play in Scotland after being paired with Ryder Cup hopeful Alex Noren.

Local man Jamieson will have plenty of local support at Archerfield Golf Links for the last-64 clash but he comes up against an opponent who recently took victory in the Scottish Open at Castle Stuart. It's been a tough ride for Jamieson this year and he's down at 138th on the Race to Dubai after failing to post a single top 20 in his 19 events. At least he showed some flickers of form last week when T24 in an admittedly very weak field at the King's Cup in Thailand. Another plus is that the Scot owns a 4-3 record in match play singles although he did lose 3 & 2 to Thomas Aiken in the first round of this event at Murcar Links Golf Club last year. His match against Noren tees off at 14:55 local time Thursday.
Aug 3 - 4:12 AM

Scott Jamieson plotted his way round Diamond CC for a second round level-par 35-37=72 in the Lyoness Open, good enough for T9 on 3-under 141 when he signed his card.

The Scot arrived in Austria with no form, as reported yesterday. Five missed weekends and a T47 being a paltry return for his last six outings. But he's in position to put that behind him after a Friday which saw his short game shine. For the second day running he needed fewer than 30 putts (57 so far in the week) but more importantly he saved par 6 of the 7 times his long game called him to. Starting on the back nine he wrote 8 pars on the card before adding birdie at the par-three 18th. The front nine saw another 8 pars, with just the one bogey at No. 4.
Jun 10 - 11:39 AM

Scott Jamieson found some much-needed sparkle at Diamond Country Club today, mining a 3-under-par 34-35=69 in round one of the Lyoness Open.

With five missed cuts and a T47 on his last six starts, Jamieson headed to Austria in poor form. But he was T11 last year and T8 on his only other appearance in 2012 so it offered him a good chance to get back on track. He took it. The Scot traded two birdies with two bogeys over the first five holes but then made a charge by splashing red at 8, 9 and 11. He parred his way to the clubhouse to end the day T7, five off the pace. Jamieson piped exactly half the 14 fairways and hit 12 greens in regulation, getting up and down four times.
Jun 9 - 1:57 PM

Scott Jamieson has had a strange season thus far, but there was a seed of promise last time out which he’ll hope to farm in the Hero Indian Open at Delhi GC.

It's the Scotsman’s event and course debut, but he has played twice in the region when T60 and T71 at DLF in the Avantha Masters. That peculiar 2016 has seen him go 4-for-4 and yet never record anything better than his T35 last week in the True Thailand Classic. However he was T3 after a round one 66 last Thursday evening. It might be of some concern that his last top ten was at the abbreviated Portugal Masters in October 2014 - and his last 72-hole top ten was at the Czech Masters in August of the same year.
Mar 15 - 3:44 AM

Scott Jamieson crafted a bogey-free 6-under-par 33-33=66 in round one of the True Thailand Classic Thursday, leaving him two adrift of the early clubhouse leader Peter Uihlein.

The Scotsman made a competent start to his season in the Middle East, notching three weekends, but his best was T45. This stunning start at Black Mountain GC offers hope of banking a more substantial check. The early signs were that he remained in first or second gear, as he reeled off six pars from the 10th tee. But then he accelerated right through the turn, marking red on five consecutive holes from the 16th. A sixth birdie on No. 6 was icing on the cake. He missed five greens and saved par each time. He also needed just 25 putts.
Mar 10 - 4:36 AM

Scott Jamieson jets in from South Africa to contest this week's Australian PGA Tour Championship at RACV Royal Pines Resort in Queensland.

After just doing enough to retain his European Tour card last season by claiming the 106th spot out of 110, the Scot started his 2016 campaign with a T41 in last week's Alfred Dunhill Championship. Despite cashing in eight of his last 10 worldwide starts, Jamieson has managed only one top 30 finish in that time. He'll hope to find a spark in Australia where he posted T5 in the 2012 Perth International.
Wed, Dec 2, 2015 05:40:00 AM

Scott Jamieson is 105th on the Race To Dubai heading into this week's Portugal Masters at Oceanico Victoria Golf Course.

Only the top 110 will retain their full playing privileges after next week's Hong Kong Open so Jamieson will want to remove any doubt with a strong display at Vilamoura. The good news is that he's finished T7, T13 and T12 in the last three editions of this event and two years ago he came within a shot of recording the European Tour's first official 59 when carding a dazzling third-round 60. In the last five events, he's 3-for-5 with a best of T17 at September's Russia Open.
Tue, Oct 13, 2015 08:17:00 AM

Joint first-round leader Scott Jamieson had to settle for an even-par 37-34=71 in round two at the M2M Russian Open on Friday.

To give that context, it means the Scot is the only player in the top 25 who failed to break par at Skolkovo Golf Club today. Still, he had shots in the bank after an opening 65 and, at 6-under 136, he remains in position to challenge for the trophy this weekend. Jamieson ran into trouble at the end of his opening nine when he followed a birdie at 7 with a bogey at 8 and a double bogey-5 at 9. He got two shots back with birdies at 10 and 11 and picked up another at 15 but a bogey at 16 meant he finished the day as he started it -- at 6-under. He again hit 12 (of 13 fairways) but was only 3-for-6 in scrambling compared to 5-for-5 in his opening lap. The 31-year-old will start the final 36 holes trailing leader Bradley Dredge by four shots.
Fri, Sep 4, 2015 11:44:00 AM

Scott Jamieson hung up a 6-under-par 34-31=65 in his opening round at the M2M Russian Open at Skolkovo Golf Club, good enough for a share of the day one lead alongside New Zealand's Daniel Gaunt.

The duo are a shot clear of Lee Slattery and Bradley Dredge while an eight-man group at 4-under includes defending champion David Horsey. Taking advantage of his early tee time, the Scot circled birdies at 10 and 13 on his opening nine and reeled off four on the spin after making the turn. Only one of his gains came on the four par 5s so he'll feel there's more in the tank over the next three days. Jamieson paved the way for his bogey-free lap by splitting 12 (of 13) fairways while he hit 13 greens in regulation. He had 5-for-5 scrambling stats and was also a perfect 4-for-4 from sand. The 31-year-old was solo third when this event was staged at Tseleevo last year so the switch to a new venue has made no difference. In fact, he was also sixth in a Challenge Tour event in his only other start in Russia so he clearly relishes his trips to this part of the globe.
Thu, Sep 3, 2015 07:22:00 AM