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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Notes: McDowell, Rose, Poulter head to China

We know they play hard for the European Tour come Ryder Cup time, but playing pure European Tour tournaments is another story. Justin Rose, Graeme McDowell and Ian Poulter are in China for the BMW Masters, but it’s just the fourth pure European Tour tournament for each of them.

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Quarterfinals set at Volvo World Match Play

Graeme McDowell was eliminated while Henrik Stenson advanced to the quarterfinals at the Volvo World Match Play Championship in England.

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Dubuisson rolls at Volvo World Match Play

Highlights at the European Tour's Volvo World Match Play Championship include Dubuisson and Stenson wins and a McDowell loss.

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McDowell wins, Reed falls at Volvo match play

Graeme McDowell won his first match at the Volvo World Match Play Championship in Kent, England, while top-seeded Henrik Stenson halved his opening contest.

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Riding the bench, Ryder Cup style

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Right or wrong, Mickelson forces Ryder changes

U.S. Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson issued a statement Oct. 4, dealing with recent reports of an emotional team-room scene at Gleneagles and taking responsibility for his team's issues.

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McIlroy fires 67, 5 back at Alfred Dunhill Links

Rory McIlroy fired a 5-under 67 on a windy Friday at Kingsbarns Golf Links to climb back into contention at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland.

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Wilson leads Ryder Cuppers at the Dunhill

Oliver Wilson leaves quarter of Ryder Cup stars behind through one round at Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.

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The Dunhill provides pro-am fix; Ryder Cup notes

The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship offers pairs some of the world's top golfers with notable celebrities at St. Andrews, Ryder Cup notes and more.

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Miceli: McGinley created winning environment

Every time you listen to European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley, you learn a little more about why his team beat a dysfunctional U.S. team and about the man for whom the Europeans wanted to play.

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McDowell, Rose lead Euros' Ryder Cup grades

In their 16.5-11.5 win over the U.S. in the 2014 Ryder Cup, the European players earned varying grades for their performances. Check out our senior writers' assessments.

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Babineau: Time for U.S. to find some answers

Once more, Europe partied through the night after winning its third straight Ryder Cup while the American camp went sleepless.

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Ryder Cup: Players' records for 2014, career

Here are the records of the players in Europe's 16.5-11.5 win over the U.S. at the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles in Scotland, along with updated career records

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Sunday's recap: Europe wins Ryder Cup

The Europeans earned seven points in Sunday's singles session at Gleneagles to defeat the Americans, 16 1/2 - 11 1/2, and win their third straight Ryder Cup.

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Tait: Europe shows Ryder Cup dominance again

Europe’s 2014 Ryder Cup victory makes it three in a row against the U.S., the sixth European victory in the last seven matches and eight of the last ten.

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Recap: Phil Mickelson def. Stephen Gallacher, 3 and 1

After getting a day off on Saturday, Phil Mickelson played steady golf all day in a 3-and-1 victory over Stephen Gallacher on Sunday at the Ryder Cup.

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Recap: Graeme McDowell def. Jordan Spieth, 2 & 1

Facing a 3-down deficit at the turn, Graeme McDowell won five of the next six holes in securing a 2-and-1 victory over Jordan Spieth to secure Europe's 12th point of the Ryder Cup.

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Ryder Cup predictions, Sunday's singles matches

Our senior writers take a look at Sunday's Ryder Cup singles matches, making their predictions as the action is set to conclude at Gleneagles.

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Ryder Cup captains set singles lineups

The Ryder Cup captains have set their singles lineups for Sunday at Gleneagles in Scotland -- with Tom Watson's U.S. team needing to gain ground on Paul McGinley's European team.

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