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Colin Montgomerie completed 36 holes at Walton Heath Golf Club in Surrey, England today in 4-under-par 68-72=140, two strokes too high to join a playoff for the final four berths.
Eleven golfers from this U.S. Open sectional qualifier earned berths into the major. The clock continues to tick for Monty, who will turn 49 years of age on June 23. The three-time runner-up at the U.S. Open hasn't qualified since 2008. Among the other notables that failed to qualify include: 139--Jeev Milka Singh (second alternate from this site); 2010 runner-up, Gregory Havret; Niclas Fasth ... 140--Thomas Aiken; Stephen Gallacher ... 141--Jose Maria Olazabal; Chris Wood ... 142--Ross Fisher; Thorbjorn Olesen; Shane Lowry ... 143--Pablo Larrazabal; Marcel Siem ... 144--Gary Boyd; Johan Edfors ... 145--Rhys Davies; Simon Khan; Alejandro Canizares. Mon, May 28, 2012 05:14:00 PM

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Colin Montgomerie has been named the European captain for the 2010 Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor in Wales.

Suspicion over Monty as the choice heightened when the Scot stopped talking about it a couple of weeks ago. That will end immediately with him in control now. He said that he will not play in the biennial event if he happens to qualify.
Wed, Jan 28, 2009 09:10:00 AM

Colin Montgomerie shot 14-over par 79-77=156 and will miss the cut at the U.S. Open.

Monty managed just one birdie all week en route to his second straight MC at the U.S. Open. Any chance of him making the European Ryder Cup team will undoubtedly rely on a captain's pick as he's way down the list of both rankings. That is, unless the Scot can somehow win the British Open.
Fri, Jun 13, 2008 06:29:00 PM

Colin Montgomerie was given one of 20 exemptions today for next week's Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Monty was scheduled to play in Korea next week until the invite was extended. He finished T-45 last year and has had just one Top 10 (1998) in 11 appearances at this event. He hasn't yet qualified for the Masters and needs to climb into the Top 50 in the world ranking (he's currently 59th) or win, the latter of which he's never done on the PGA Tour. Other notables receiving invites today include Richard Johnson, Frank Lickliter II, Brian Davis, Tom Lehman, Rocco Mediate, Will MacKenzie and Marc Turnesa.
Tue, Mar 4, 2008 07:10:00 PM

Colin Montgomerie defeated Charles Howell III 1-up in the second round of the Accenture Match Play.

It was a back-and-forth, well-played contest between Monty and CH3 today. Howell was 1-up through 13 before Montgomerie made two straight birdies, going 1-up on the 15th hole. Both finished par-birdie-par, giving the Scot the victory. Montgomerie will play Stewart Cink in the third round on Friday.
Thu, Feb 21, 2008 03:58:00 PM

Colin Montgomerie defeated Jim Furyk in Match 11 on the first day of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championships.

Furyk grabbed the lead on the second hole, but Montgomerie squared it on the next hole and took the lead for good on the fifth hole. He won the 6th, 10th, 12th, 13th and 15th holes, before the match was over on the 16th hole. Montgomerie will now play Charles Howell III.
Wed, Feb 20, 2008 04:20:00 PM

Colin Montgomerie shot a final-round of 65 to win the Smurfit Kappa European Open by one stroke.

Monty scrambled for pars on his last two holes and then waited in the clubhouse to see if anyone could catch him. Niclas Fasth had a chance to tie on the final hole but his 20-foot birdie putt just slid by the hole. The victory is Montgomerie's 31st European Tour win, however it his first win in 19 months. Fantasy managers will take note that he had eight one-putts in today's final round and give him serious consideration when setting their lineups for the British Open in two weeks.
Source: Super Golf
Sun, Jul 8, 2007 03:40:00 PM

Colin Montgomerie shot a second-round 64 and moved to within one shot of the lead in the Smurfit European Open at the K Club in Ireland.

Monty posted seven birdies and just one bogey on the day and stands at -7 for the event, just one shot behind leader Pelle Edberg of Sweden. Another Swede, Niclas Fasth, is also at -7 going into the third round on Saturday.
Sat, Jul 7, 2007 07:21:00 AM

Colin Montgomerie has been added to The Players Championship field.

Montgomerie has played a very limited schedule so far on the Tour this year with a T-45 at the Arnold Palmer being is best result in stroke play. His recent history at The Players Championship is fair to poor, with two missed cuts and a T-42 in the last three times here.
Mon, May 7, 2007 11:25:00 AM

Colin Montgomerie defeated David Toms 1-up on Sunday and is now 6-0-2 in Singles matches in the Ryder Cup.

Despite not winning a major, Monty's incredible Ryder Cup career (20-9-7) is likely enough to get him into the Hall of Fame. Europe now leads 11-7 and needs just three more points to close out the United States.
Sun, Sep 24, 2006 09:57:00 AM

Colin Montgomerie and Lee Westwood teamed to halve their alternate ball match against Americans Chad Campbell and Vaughn Taylor on Saturday.

The score is now Europe 10, United States 6, which is the same score that the Americans faced heading into Sunday at Brookline in 1999 when Justin Leonard's miracle putt fell to win the cup. Unfortunately, Leonard is in Texas this week.
Sat, Sep 23, 2006 01:28:00 PM

Colin Montgomerie has withdrawn from the Deutsche Bank Championship.

He told tourney organizers that he didn't want to put himself "in a competitive environment, preferring to spend time practicing elements of his game which need attention." That major is getting farther and farther away from reality with each day, but if you were holding Monty for the DBC, make other plans. It was nice of him to give fantasy owners some advanced warning.
Wed, Jul 26, 2006 11:54:00 PM

Colin Montgomerie double-bogeyed the 18th hole and now trails Phil Mickelson by two shots as Mickelson plays the 18th hole at the U.S. Open.

He hit a perfect drive on 18 but mishit his approach after a long wait. He couldn't put his third shot close and three-putted to finish his round at plus-6. Geoff Ogilvy still has a chance to catch Mickelson if he can birdie the 18th hole.
Sun, Jun 18, 2006 06:51:00 PM

Colin Montgomerie got off to a miserable start at the U.S. Open on Saturday, going bogey, bogey, double bogey, bogey, birdie, bogey in his first six holes.

He settled down on the back nine and currently sits in a tie for fourth place, three shots behind Kenneth Ferrie and Phil Mickelson. He's tied with Ian Poulter, Vijay Singh and Steve Stricker at 5-over par.
Sat, Jun 17, 2006 07:54:00 PM

Colin Montgomerie trails Steve Stricker by one shot at the U.S. Open.

Monty shot a 69-71 to sit at even par and did a nice job of hitting fairways and greens, as well as hitting putts when he needed to in the first two days.
Fri, Jun 16, 2006 07:31:00 PM