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The Scot, whose most successful season on The European Tour was chronicled in the best-selling golf book Four Iron in the Soul, started a new chapter in his own career with a share of sixth place on his PGA European Seniors Tour debut at the 2007 DGM Barbados Open, and was runner-up twice during the season. Turned 50 last November and the man who was the subject of Guardian golf correspondent, Lawrence Donegan's entertaining travelogue, admits he was excited by his return to top-level tournament golf. The book followed Drummond during 1996, which coincidentally turned about to be his most successful season as he twice finished runner-up, to Retief Goosen in the Slaley Hall Northumberland Challenge and to Jesper Parnevik in the Troph Lancme, en route to 42nd place on that year's European Tour Order of Merit. The following year he lost his card, thereby ending a 20 year unbroken run on Tour.
Winner of the Scottish Professional Championship in 1986, '87, '89 and '90
2007 PGA European Seniors Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 15; Top-10 finishes - 7; money - euro¢172,002 (ranked 6th); best finish -2nd Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open and T2nd Ryder Cup Wales Seniors Open 2008 PGA Seniors European Tour Summary DGM Barbados Open T9th 71-74-71=216 Even Euro¢5,118.35 Azores Senior Open T43rd 76-76-76=228 +12 Euro¢1,430.00
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