| Andrew John Coltart|
PGA European Tour
| 12 May 1970 (age 45)
Dumfries, Scotland (1970-05-12) |
Bonnie (b. 1999)
Florence (b. 2002)
Iona (b. 2005)
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Andrew Coltart Wikipedia
Andrew John Coltart (born 12 May 1970) is a Scottish professional golfer and TV commentator.
Coltart was born in Dumfries. As an amateur, he won the 1987 Scottish Boys Championship. In 1989 he won the Standard Life Amateur Champion Gold Medal with a 4 under total of 280. He won the 1991 Scottish Amateur Stroke Play Championship and participated in the 1991 Walker Cup.
Coltart turned professional in 1991 and has been a member of the European Tour since 1993. His first professional win came at the Scottish Professional Championship in 1994, which was a non sanctioned event. He has two wins on the main European Tour, the 1998 Qatar Masters and the 2001 Great North Open. In 1995 he was a member of the winning Scottish team in the Alfred Dunhill Cup. He also won the Australian PGA Championship in 1994 and 1997. He won the PGA Tour of Australasia's Order of Merit in 1997/8.
Coltart's best finishes on the European Tour Order of Merit are seventh place in 1996 and ninth place in 1998. He was a member of the European 1999 Ryder Cup team playing in the singles against Tiger Woods.
Coltart's sister Laurae married fellow professional golfer Lee Westwood in January 1999.
Coltart is a fan of Dumfries football club Queen of the South and has been interviewed for the club's website as a fan.1987 Scottish Boys Amateur Championship
1991 Scottish Amateur Strokeplay Championship
European Tour playoff record (0–1)1994 Australian PGA Championship
1997 Australian PGA Championship
1994 Scottish Professional Championship (unofficial Challenge Tour event)
DNP = Did not play
CUT = missed the half-way cut
"T" = tied
AmateurEisenhower Trophy (representing Great Britain & Ireland): 1990
Walker Cup (representing Great Britain & Ireland): 1991
ProfessionalAlfred Dunhill Cup (representing Scotland): 1994, 1995 (winners), 1996, 1998, 2000
World Cup (representing Scotland): 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2001
Ryder Cup (representing Europe): 1999