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Scott Henry

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Career Highlights

European Challenge Tour Victories:

  • 2012 Kazakhstan Open

Alps Tour Victories:

  • 2011 Gosser Open

Other Highlights:

  • 2012 Optical Express Spey Valley Champion
  • 2004 and 2005 Scottish Boys Champion

After turning professional in 2009 Scottish golfer Scott Henry has developed in to one of the European Tour’s key figures to watch in the coming seasons.

Scott’s golfing career began with an impressive amateur career where he represented the Walker Cup, The Great Britain and Ireland Boys teams, The Scotland Men’s team, and the most outstanding achievement was being the highest points scorer for Scotland in each of the last three years he competed as an amateur.

As well as his team appearances as an amateur Scott also won many of the games greatest titles including becoming the Scottish Strokeplay Champion, the Scottish Junior Matchplay Champion and the Scottish junior Strokeplay Champion.

Scott played on the European Challenge Tour in 2009 having turned professional but had to wait two years for his first professional win which came impressively in 2011 at the Gosser Open on the Alps Tour. He fired an impressive nine under par 63 on the final day to snatch victory on the final green by one stroke. This victory propelled Scott onto the Challenge Tour again in 2012 where he once again won, lifting the tours most lucrative trophy, the Kazakhstan Open and a cheque for €64,000, which lead to Scott achieving his dream, playing on the European Tour in 2013.

In his first season Scott had four top thirty finishes including a fourth place on home soil at the Johnnie Walker Championship, Gleneagles. Unfortunately this wasn’t quite enough to secure his playing privileges for 2014 but Scott’s schedule will see him play a mixture of European and Challenge Tour events as he bids to once again compete in the world’s biggest events on the main tour in 2015.

After finishing 18th on the 2015 Challenge Tour Order of Meri, Scott will once again play a mixture of main European Tour and Challenge Tour events in 2016.