MONTY’S PLAY-OFF RECORD
Colin Montgomerie’s World Cup victory with Marc Warren today was only the 2nd time he has come out on top in 12 play-off attempts.
Colin Montgomerie’s World Cup victory with Marc Warren today – Scotland’s first-ever in the event – was only the second time he has come out on top in 12 play-offs during his career.
And he twice lost group matches over extra holes in the old Dunhill Cup at St Andrews.
The 44-year-old’s only previous success was against Ernie Els in the Million Dollar Challenge in South Africa 11 years ago.
Most famously, of course, he has twice been beaten over extra holes in two majors – by Els at the US Open in 1994 and by Steve Elkington at the 1995 US PGA Championship.
Full record of Montgomerie in title play-offs: P12 Won 2 Lost 9 Halved 1
1991 Volvo PGA, Wentworth, lost to Seve Ballesteros
1992 Volvo Masters, Valderrama, lost to Sandy Lyle
1994 US Open, Oakmont, lost to Ernie Els
1995 English Open, Forest of Arden, lost to Philip Walton
1995 US PGA, Riviera, lost to Steve Elkington
1996 Million Dollar Challenge, Sun City, bt Ernie Els
1998 Irish Open, Druid’s Glen, lost to David Carter
2000 World Match Play, Wentworth, lost to Lee Westwood
2002 Deutsche Bank-SAP Open, St Leon-Rot, lost to Tiger Woods
2002 Volvo Masters, Valderrama, tied with Bernhard Langer
2006 World Cup, Sandy Lane, lost to Germany
2007 World Cup, Mission Hills, bt United States
Alfred Dunhill Cup (group stage):
1998 lost to Miguel Angel Jimenez 1st extra, 2000 lost to Ian Woosnam 2nd extra
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