Stephen Gallacher
Linlithgow, Scotland

Height: 6 ft, 2 in

Weight: 191

Turned Pro: 1995

DOB: 11/1/1974

Bio: Restored to full health in 2010 after requiring a medical exemption due to the effects of a debilitating viral infection, sarcoidosis, which attacked his lungs and joints, he ended up enjoying the second most profitable season of his 15-year career. A rise from 206th to 26th in The Race to Dubai was the reward. Continued in the same vein in 2011, finishing fourth in the Volvo China Open, third in the Irish Open presented by Discover Ireland and guiding Scotland, alongside Martin Laird, to joint fourth place in the Omega Mission Hills World Cup. In 2004 when, exactly 35 years after his uncle, the former Ryder Cup Captain Bernard Gallacher, won his maiden professional title, he made his long-awaited winning breakthrough at the Home of Golf, winning the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship via a sudden-death play-off against Graeme McDowell. Won the Scottish Amateur Match Play and Stroke Play Championships to set alongside his Lytham Trophy success. A member of the victorious Walker Cup side at Royal Porthcawl in 1995. (Bio information from Golfweek research and europeantour.com)

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Note: In compiling our archives, some information, such as earnings or relation to par, was unavailable. If information is missing, such as earnings, it does not necessarily mean that no money was earned and should not be interpreted as such.

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Els, Westwood strive for longer stay in playoffs

At a time of year when the finish line comes into view and fatigue sets in, two of the PGA Tour’s cornerstones, Ernie Els and Lee Westwood, desire to keep playing.

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Snedeker, Els among expert picks for Wyndham

Ernie Els and Brandt Snedeker are among our senior writers' favorites for this week's Wyndham Championship on PGA Tour -- see who else they expect to contend in Greensboro!

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Wyndham Championship: Tee times, Rounds 1-2

Patrick Reed shares a tee time with Webb Simpson and Brandt Snedeker among the spotlight groups Thursday and Friday in the first and second round of the PGA Tour's 2014 Wyndham Championship.

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Amateur roundup: Chesters wins 2nd Euro Am

Ashley Chesters made history in the European Amateur Championship by becoming the first player to win the title twice, and the first to successfully defend the title.

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Westwood leads PGA with 65, lifts Ryder Cup hopes

After a 63 on Sunday at Bridgestone, Lee Westwood remained hot with a 6-under 65 that gave him a share of the clubhouse lead at the 2014 PGA Championship.

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PGA Championship tee times pair Tiger, Phil

Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are set to share a tee time during the first two rounds of next week's PGA Championship at Valhalla -- where this year's three major champions also will be grouped together.

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Fowler among Ryder Cup movers at Open

At the British Open, Rickie Fowler was thinking of Gleneagles and the fact he rose from seventh to third in Ryder Cup points -- pretty much securing a spot on the U.S. roster.

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British Open: Tee times, final round

Rory McIlroy will share Sunday's final tee time at the 2014 British Open with Rickie Fowler -- see complete pairings here.

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British Open players remember Bob Torrance

What did Bob Torrance mean to golf? The black ribbons on the hats of competitors in the 143rd Open Championship said it all.

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British Open: Tee times, Saturday's third round

Rory McIlroy will play in the final group of Saturday's third round at the 2014 British Open at Royal Liverpool in Hoylake -- Tiger Woods also will have a late time, but off No. 10 tee.

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2014 British Open: Tee times, Rounds 2

The pairings and tee times for the second round were announced on Monday morning at Royal Liverpool, and here's a look at some of the groupings that stand out.

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25 years of Wyndham Cup: All-time teams

This year marks the 25th year of the Wyndham Cup -- so to celebrate the occasion, here are Golfweek's all-time teams in the AJGA event.

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Greenbrier Classic: Tee times, final round

Leader Billy Hurley III and two-time major winner Angel Cabrera will share the last tee time in Sunday's final round of the PGA Tour's 2014 Greenbrier Classic, while the groups ahead take aim.

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Greenbrier Classic: Tee times, third round

Leader Billy Hurley III will share the final tee time of the day with Kevin Chappell in Saturday's third round of the Greenbrier Classic on a day that will see the field's biggest names scattered across the course.

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Stadler leads French Open in 1st Euro start since '06

Playing in his first European Tour event since 2006, Kevin Stadler carded a 7-under 64 to grab the first-round lead Thursday at the Alstom French Open in Paris.

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2014 British Open: The complete field

Here's a look at the 143 players who have qualified for the 143rd British Open golf championship, to be played July 17-20 at Royal Liverpool.

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Tee times: Greenbrier Classic, Rounds 1-2

Complete tee times and groupings for the first and second rounds of the PGA Tour's 2014 Greenbrier Classic on Thursday and Friday at The Old White TPC in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.

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Woods, McIlroy atop Open Championship odds

While he hasn't hit a shot in competition since having back surgery in March, Tiger Woods already is listed as at least one oddsmaker's Open Championship co-favorite.

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Ryder Cup: Kaymer to 3rd in World Points

Martin Kaymer's chances of making the 2014 European Ryder Cup team were slim before he notched victories at The Players and the U.S. Open. Now, Kaymer is third on the World Points list and in good position to earn a spot on Paul McGinley's squad.

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Notes: Simpson's Pinehurst memories; more

Webb Simpson has some good memories of Pinehurst No. 2, his first coming at the 1999 U.S. Open when he was a 13-year-old standard bearer, while amateur Matthew Fitzpatrick, playing his first U.S. Open, has a new look. Those notes and more.

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Children’s Miracle Network Classic (Final Rd.)

Stephen Ames survives a three-way playoff against Justin Leonard and George McNeill to win the Disney event on Sunday.

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Major Moments 2007: PGA Championship

Stephen Ames managed to sneak in a birdie on 18 to make it into Sunday's final group with you know who. Jeff Babineau and Jeff Rude wonder if old wounds will be reopened.