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Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (34) / 4/1/1981
Ht / Wt:  5'11 / 168
College: Scotland

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Marc Warren cracked the lid on the 115th U.S. Open with a 2-under-par 33-35=68, finishing three shots back of the clubhouse co-leaders.
The Scot snuck into the field via the first window of time for the top 60 in the Official World Golf Ranking. He's since regressed to 63rd, but he's played in big events before. This is his second start in the U.S. Open (T65, 2012), in fact. Warren hit 13 greens in regulation at Chambers Bay today and sandwiched bogeys at Nos. 10 and 11 with four birdies. That set included a walk-off 4 at the 18th hole. The course was ripe for scoring this morning, so the trick is not to waste the round. Jun 18 - 6:00 PM

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Marc Warren lost a playoff in the 2013 BMW PGA Championship and will aim to go one better in this year's edition.

If gamers want reliability with a potentially huge upside, Warren stands out this week as he's made the top 30 in six of his last seven appearances in the European Tour's flagship event at Wentworth. As well as that second place two years ago, he was also T16 last time. The Scot has played plenty of good golf this season, the highlight a second place in the Qatar Masters. He's also had some bright spots on American soil and finished T17 in the WGC-Cadillac Championship in Florida.
May 19 - 6:16 AM

Scotland's Marc Warren makes his TPC Louisiana debut at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, playing this week on a sponsor exemption.

Warren, a European Tour member, may be remembered for finishing T35 at Valero, moving him up one place in the Official World Golf Ranking to 51st, narrowly failing to qualify for this year's Masters. Valero aside, the only other start he's made over the last nine weeks was T17 at WGC-Cadillac at Doral. He may not be well know in the U.S. but he's a staple on most European Tour fantasy rosters. After a missed cut in Abu Dhabi to open 2015 he placed runner-up the following week in Dubai.
Apr 22 - 7:28 PM

Marc Warren looks to secure Masters invite at Valero Texas Open.

Playing on a sponsor exemption, Warren enters this week 52nd in the Official World Golf Ranking and is among several in the field that are on the top-50 bubble looking to stamp their ticket to Augusta. The 33-year-old Scot started his 2015 with a missed cut in Abu Dhabi but has since reeled off four straight top-25 finishes including a runner-up in Qatar and ninth in Malaysia. A three-time winner on the European Tour, Warren was last seen finishing T17 in his WGC-Cadillac debut and is making his first start at the TPC San Antonio.
Mar 24 - 11:52 AM

Marc Warren continues to be one of the European Tour's form players in the early part of 2015 and stayed strong to take solo ninth in the Maybank Malaysian Open.

A closing 4-under-par 34-34=68 lifted the Scot into the top 10 with an aggregate of 10-under 278 -- six shots behind winner Anirban Lahiri. Today's lap of Kuala Lumpur G&CC was his lowest of the week and featured five birdies against a sole bogey. His par breakers came at 3, 5, 11, 14 and 16 while his only blemish was at 15. Warren, who was runner-up in the Qatar Masters two weeks ago, split just five (of 14) fairways on Sunday but kept his scorecard tidy by going 5-for-6 in scrambling.
Feb 8 - 4:57 AM

Marc Warren blitzed the Emirates Golf Club for a 7-under-par 33-32=65 to take the clubhouse lead at the halfway mark of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic with 13-under.

This is a continuation of the superb form he showed in last week's Qatar Masters when finishing runner-up to Branden Grance. The Scot swapped a birdie at 10 with a bogey at 12 but then really got to work, closing out his opening nine with birdies at 13, 14, 15, 16 and 18. Although another par breaker at three was cancelled out with a bogey at four, Warren secured the clubhouse lead with two more birdies at seven and nine. He hit just five fairways but found 15 greens in regulation and has taken only 50 putts over his opening 36 holes.
Jan 30 - 5:17 AM

Marc Warren birdied four of the final six holes in a 5-under-par 36-31=67 but missed out on a playoff for the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters.

The Scot accelerated at the finish to post 18-under 270, failing to convert a 20-foot putt for birdie at the 18th which would have seen him tie eventual winner Branden Grace. Warren had been one of four co-leaders at start of play and made an early move with birdies at the first two holes. He stalled badly with a bogey at five and a double bogey at eight but refused to throw in the towel. The three-time European Tour winner birdied nine and 10 before another pair of par breakers got him tied for the lead again. Grace, playing in the group in front, disappeared over the hill with an eagle at 16 but the tenacious Warren caught him once more by circling birdies at 16 and 17. Grace's four at the par-5 18th proved decisive though as Warren failed to birdie the hole for the fourth day running.
Jan 24 - 8:56 AM

With a 5-under-par 33-34=67, Marc Warren moved into a four-way tie for the lead after the third round of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters.

Warren sits at 13-under 203 alongside Branden Grace, Emiliano Grillo and Bernd Wiesberger after backing up his second-round 65 with another strong 18 at Doha Golf Club. The Scotsman crafted birdies at two, six and nine to be out in 33 and added another at the long 10th. He bogeyed 14 but responded with birdies at 15 and 16. Warren had the chance to take the lead on his own after two big blows to the right of the 18th green but he needed three more shots to get down. The 33-year-old will be chasing a fourth European Tour win in Saturday's final round.
Jan 23 - 8:33 AM

Marc Warren blitzed Doha Golf Club for a 7-under-par 31-34=65 and is just a single shot off the pace at the midpoint of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters.

Warren made the only eagle of the day at the 591-yard first hole and had nine more threes on his card, seven of them for birdie, to reach 8-under 136. Starting at 10, the Scot circled par breakers at 12, 14 and 15 before suffering a first bogey at 17. He then scorched the first six holes of Doha's front nine for six under to surge through the field. Despite his glut of threes, he only managed two on the short holes, adding his only other bogey of the day at the par-3 third. Warren's previous best lap of Doha was a 67 in the third round in 2008.
Jan 22 - 7:52 AM

Marc Warren has played in all nine editions of the Abu Dhabi Golf Championship and returns again this year.

Teeing it up in the sunshine at the start of the year is something the Scot clearly enjoys despite disappointing results which show six missed cuts and a best of T26 in 2009. But, if he can continue his 2014 form, making the weekend won't be a problem. Warren has reeled off 16 straight cuts and that run, which started in June, includes a win in Denmark, a third spot in his home Scottish Open and a T15 in the PGA Championship at Valhalla.
Jan 14 - 7:43 AM

Marc Warren has secured an exemption into his first World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions.

The top 15 not otherwise exempt in the Race to Dubai standings after this weekend's doubleheader punched tickets into the field of 78 at Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai, China, on Nov. 6-9. This qualifying criterion was expanded by 10 over last year's edition. Warren sits 20th in the R2D. The other 14 qualifiers are (R2D rank): Jamie Donaldson (4th); Joost Luiten (9th); Mikko Ilonen (10th); Stephen Gallacher (11th); Shane Lowry (13th); Thongchai Jaidee (15th); Tommy Fleetwood (17th); Miguel Angel Jiménez (18th); Alexander Levy (19th); Jonas Blixt (21st); Ernie Els (24th); Francesco Molinari (26th); Edoardo Molinari (27th); Simon Dyson (28th).
Sun, Oct 19, 2014 03:36:00 PM

Marc Warren parlayed his overnight share of the lead at the Made in Denmark into a two-stroke victory over fellow 54-hole co-leader Bradley Dredge.

Dredge also held a piece of the 18-hole lead an led outright at the midpoint, but closed with a 1-under-par 36-34=70 at Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort in Aalborg. Warren turned in a 3-under 33-35=68 to post 9-under 275. This is the Scot's third European Tour victory and his first since 2007. England's Phillip Archer finished alone in third place five strokes back. One further back, Thomas Björn led his hosting countryman with a T4 at what was the first edition of the tournament.
Sun, Aug 17, 2014 12:52:00 PM

Marc Warren crafted a 5-under-par 34-32=66 in the third round of the PGA Championship and is the first to reach the 54-hole mark at 5-under 208.

Warren gathered seven birdies and handed back a pair of bogeys on his lap around Valhalla Golf Club. He was off and running with a 26'4" birdie at the par-4 first and added notable birdies from 20'4" on the par-3 14th, 12'8" on the par-4 16th and 35'9" on the par-4 17th. While it seems obvious that the flat stick was working for him, also gaining just shy of three strokes with the putter, his 15 GIR prove his irons weren't too shabby as well.
Sat, Aug 9, 2014 01:10:00 PM

Marc Warren arrived at the midpoint of The 143rd Open Championship in 5-under-par 71-68=139 and sits seven strokes off Rory McIlroy's commanding lead.

The Scot shared the 54-hole lead at last week's Scottish Open, but settled for outright third place. He brought his game to Hoylake this week where he's traded 11 birdies with six bogeys. It's his first payday in two appearances in this tournament, and it's a bit of a feel-good story since he failed to qualify for 10 consecutive years before cracking the field at Muirfield last year. Now, because inclement weather is expected to impact play on Saturday at Royal Liverpool, the R&A has made the unprecedented decision to send groups off split tees in the third round beginning at 9:00 a.m. local time.
Fri, Jul 18, 2014 03:36:00 PM

At 9-under-par 69-64=133, Marc Warren breezed to medalist honors at Local Final Qualifying at Gailes Links in Ayrshire, Scotland, securing one of three berths into the major.

The two-time European Tour winner missed the cut in his debut at Muirfield in his homeland of Scotland last year, but he tied for 12th at Oak Hill in the PGA Championship. Fellow countryman James McLeary finished two strokes back today at 7-under 63-72=135. The final exemption was collected by Paul McKechnie (3-under 72-67=139), also of Scotland. He outlasted European Tour winner Rhys Davies of Wales (68-71=139) in a playoff. McLeary and McKechnie have never pegged it in a PGA TOUR event. Notables that failed to qualify at Gailes Links today include: 141--Scott Jamieson ... 145--Scott Dunlap.
Tue, Jul 1, 2014 05:14:00 PM