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Peter O'Malley most famously won the Scottish Open on the DP World Tour in 1992 having played the last five holes in seven under par to beat Colin Montgomerie by two shots.

O’Malley won the Australian Junior Championship and the New Zealand Amateur Championship in 1986 and turned professional the following year.

O’Malley finished runner-up to Mark James in his first European Tour event and went on to win three DP World Tour titles – all of which came on British soil.
O’Malley played the last five holes in seven under par to snatch victory from home favourite Colin Montgomerie at the Bell’s Scottish Open at Gleneagles in 1992. Further wins came at the 1995 Benson and Hedges International Open and 2001 Compass Group English Open.
His best finish on the Legends Tour came at the Swiss Seniors Open in 2019 where he finished tied for second.

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