Paul became a member of the European Tour in 1992 and has since won on 8 occasions on the European Tour, with his most famous victory being The Open Championship at Carnoustie in 1999.
A two-rime Ryder Cup player, Paul has been involved in two of the most memorable Ryder Cup contests to date- as a Rookie in 1999 at Brookline, where he hit the opening tee shot, and thirteen years later in 2012 he was an integral member of the European Team responsible for the “Miracle of Medinah”. He was named as a Vice-Captain of the European Ryder Cup Team 2016 team by Captain Darren Clarke for the matches to be played in Hazeltine.
Thanks to his charitable work through the establishment of his own Foundation, Paul was awarded an OBE for Services to Golf in the 2013 Honours List.
Hailing from Hartlepool, England, Graeme narrowly avoided losing his card at the end of the 2016 season on the European Tour. Ranked 111th on the Race to Dubai, he held on to his card because Patrick Reed did not play the requisite number of events to allow him to re-join the European Tour. Just eighty-three days after losing his European Tour card, on his first outing of 2017, Stormy claimed his second European Tour title, the BMW South African Open, holding off the significant challenge of Rory McIlroy, whom he eventually saw-off following a three hole play-off at the Glendower GC in Johannesburg.
A member of the Walker Cup team at Nairn in 1999, where he holed the winning putt for GB&I, Graeme enjoyed a successful amateur career. His British Amateur title came in the same year (1999) at Royal County Down and this led to his first experiences of The Open & Masters (where his mum famously caddied for him).
He earned a European Tour card via the Qualifying School in 2000. He'd visit the Q-School a further three times before gaining his card through the Challenge Tour route in 2004, finishing 3rd on the OOM partly thanks to two wins on the second-tier circuit.
Storm's maiden win on the European Tour came in 2007 with the Open de France ALSTOM at Le Golf National, Paris. He came close to winning again in 2014 at Crans but himself lost-out in a play-off to American, David Lipsky.
Like Lawrie, Storm has a passion for passing on his knowledge & skills and works with youngsters from a base in his Hometown of Hartlepool. In 2016 he launched the Graeme Storm Junior Open.
David turned Professional towards the end of 2011, after an impressive amateur career which saw him twice becoming the Scottish Boys Champion. He also made history by becoming the first amateur to win both the Scottish Boys & Scottish Amateur in the same year.
In 2013, David won the Paul Lawrie Invitational event at Deeside and the Northern Open at Murcar Golf Club in 2014 (making history again, having previously lifted the title as an amateur in 2011).
David graduated to the European Challenge Tour in 2013/14 season thanks to his performances on the EDP Tour. Today, he plays full-time on the European Challenge Tour.
Following on from a successful amateur career, Ross turned to the professional ranks in 2012, playing mainly on one of the feeder Tours to the Challenge Tour.
Ross gained his playing rights on the Challenge Tour in 2013, following on from a season finding his feet on the Alps Tour. His victory in the Italian Montecchia Open, which helped him to secure the top five spot necessary for graduation, was particularly notable since it happened the same week as the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open at Castle Stuart – he’d turned down a sponsors’ invitation from Aberdeen in order to concentrate his efforts on the Alps’ Order of Merit.
Ross is playing full-time on the European Challenge Tour
Craig turned Professional in 2014 and began competing on the EuroPro Tour, one of three feeder-tours to the European Challenge Tour.
Following some strong performances in the 2016 Algarve Pro Series events (November 2016), Craig will look to make an impact on the EuroPro circuit in 2017 after a period garnering experience and learning about the Professional game.