Colin Montgomerie
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"Colin Stuart Montgomerie", Order of the British Empire/OBE is a Scotland/Scottish professional golfer. He has won a record eight European Tour PGA European Tour#Order of Merit winners/Order of Merit titles, including a streak of seven consecutively from 1993 to 1999. He has won 31 European Tour events, the most of any British player, placing him fourth on the List of golfers with most European Tour wins/all time list of golfers with most European Tour victories.

Montgomerie won three consecutive Volvo PGA Championships at Wentworth Club between 1998 and 2000. He has finished runner-up on five occasions in Men's major golf championships/major championships and his career high Official World Golf Ranking/world ranking is second. He was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2013.

In June 2013, after turning 50, Montgomerie joined the Champions Tour, where he made his debut in the Constellation Senior Players Championship, one of the five senior major championships. On 25 May 2014, Montgomerie won his first senior major championship at the Senior PGA Championship. He followed this up on 13 July 2014, when he claimed his second senior major at the U.S. Senior Open.

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I had a golden opportunity.

I am really pleased to be playing this tournament and always enjoy visiting Hong Kong - it's such a wonderful city.

I know the place very well, and I'm playing well. It's just a matter of keeping going.

I'm tired, very tired.

Michael is not playing the next two weeks and I am in Madrid.

If I win I get to the top of the Order of Merit.

A lot can happen around here.

I was so tired I was blinking.

Every time I have reached the No. 1, I've never lost that lead, ... I've given myself an opportunity, and I'm very confident of staying in this position.