Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open

  • July 12 - 15, 2018
  • Gullane Golf Club
  • Par 70
    Yards 7,133
  • Purse $7,000,000
    2018 Champion Brandon Stone

Final

POSPLAYERTO PARTHRUTEE TIME
1Brandon Stone-20F-
2Eddie Pepperell-16F-
3Luke List-15F-
3Trevor Immelman-15F-
3Jens Dantorp-15F-
6Thomas Pieters-14F-
6Rickie Fowler-14F-
6Ryan Fox-14F-
9Stephen Gallacher-13F-
9Justin Rose-13F-
9Dean Burmester-13F-
9Aaron Rai-13F-
9Tyrrell Hatton-13F-
14Richard Sterne-12F-
14Andrea Pavan-12F-
14Marcel Siem-12F-
14Matthew Fitzpatrick-12F-
14Scott Hend-12F-
19Danny Willett-11F-
19Charley Hoffman-11F-
19Gavin Kyle Green-11F-
19Alexander Bjork-11F-
23Dylan Frittelli-10F-
23Patrick Reed-10F-
23Haotong Li-10F-
23Justin Walters-10F-
23Sam Horsfield-10F-
23Matthew Southgate-10F-
23Joakim Lagergren-10F-
30Rak Hyun Cho-9F-
30Ian Poulter-9F-
32Oliver Fisher-8F-
32Connor Syme-8F-
32Jordan Smith-8F-
32Thongchai Jaidee-8F-
32James Morrison-8F-
32Ricardo Gouveia-8F-
32Lee Westwood-8F-
32Steven Brown-8F-
32Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano-8F-
32Jorge Campillo-8F-
42Soren Kjeldsen-7F-
42Christiaan Bezuidenhout-7F-
42Cameron Smith-7F-
42Matthieu Pavon-7F-
42Nicolas Colsaerts-7F-
42Kiradech Aphibarnrat-7F-
42Darren Fichardt-7F-
49Robert Karlsson-6F-
49Oliver Farr-6F-
49Jinho Choi-6F-
49Benjamin Hebert-6F-
49Robert Rock-6F-
49Russell Knox-6F-
55Lorenzo Gagli-5F-
55Julien Guerrier-5F-
55Alexander Levy-5F-
58Jamie McLeary-4F-
58Clement Sordet-4F-
58Hideto Tanihara-4F-
58Duncan Stewart-4F-
58Scott Fernandez-4F-
63Graeme McDowell-3F-
64Thomas Detry-1F-
64Pedro Oriol-1F-
66Adam BlandEF-

Now

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

It is interesting to go back and read now what Lee Trevino said about Tiger's possible comeback before he had ever hit a shot post-fusion surgery. Trevino, 78, had a similar operation late in his career and felt it would do wonders for Woods. To Golf Digest last year: “My prediction, he'll come back in a blaze of glory. He's not too old, far from it. If he gets fixed, when he comes back to hitting and feels no pain, he's going to be so happy, that he may be more dangerous than he was before.”

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

A bogey at the par-3 ninth hole dropped Tiger Woods to even par on his round and two strokes back of playing partner Rickie Fowler, who is -7 at the Tour Championship. Woods hit just 2 of 7 fairways and 6 of 9 greens, his only birdie coming at the par-3 second. He is in a three-way tie for third with Rory McIlroy and Justin Rose.