Alastair FORSYTH



Date of Birth - 5 February 1976

Place of Birth - Glasgow

Turned Pro - 1998

European Tour Profile  - Alastair Forsyth


Alastair Forsyth was a member of a winning Great Britain & Ireland

 Jacques Léglise Trophy team in 1994 and he won the 1996 Scottish

 Amateur Stroke Play Championship.

 He won the MasterCard Tour Order of Merit in 1999, having won the St

 Omer Open Championship (not a European Tour event at the time)

 during the season.

Forsyth has played on the European Tour since 2000, after winning the

 qualifying school in 1999. In his debut season, he just missed out on the Sir

 Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year award, which went to England's Ian

 Poulter. His best season to date was 2003, when he finished 19th on the

 European Tour Order of Merit. His first tour victory came at the 2002

 Carlsberg Malaysian Open and his second came at the 2008 Madeira

Islands Open BPI - Portugal.

In May 2008, he overtook Colin Montgomerie to become the highest

 ranked Scottish player on the Official World Golf Rankings. He tied for

 ninth place in the 2008 PGA Championship.


ACHIEVEMENTS


    World Cup  2002, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2009

   Jacques Léglise Trophy 1994


    1996 Scottish Amateur Stroke Play Championship

1998 Scottish Under 25's Championship

1998  Scottish Assistants Championship

    1999 St Omer Open Championship

1999 Scottish Under 25's Championship

1999 Scottish Assistants Championship

    2000 Scottish Closed PGA Championship

2002  Carlsberg Malaysian Open

2008  Madeira Islands Open


Callaway X Tour Wedge used by Alastair Forsyth engraved ‘A.F’

Glove worn and signed by Alastair Forsyth

Ball played and signed by Alastair Forsyth