Colin Montgomerie gets married for a third time, this time to his manager

Golf legend Colin Montgomerie took to Instagram to reveal his news.

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Wed, 11 Jan 2023
Colin Montgomerie gets married for a third time, this time to his manager

Colin Montgomerie has tied the knot with his manager Sarah Casey at a wedding ceremony at the five-star Coworth Park hotel in Ascot, Berkshire. 

Montgomerie, 59, took to Instagram to reveal his latest news, captioning his post: "Just the perfect day."

Former World No.1 and US Open champion Justin Rose and renwoned golf analyst Brandel Chamblee were just two of Monty's peers to pass on their congratuilations in the comments section. 

Sarah, who has already changed her surname from Casey on her Facebook page, previously managed Monty at European Golf Design. 

She has since moved to work for IMG. 

Sarah was described as "more recently his partner" back in 2020, a year in which Monty said he was "happier than ever". 

It marks the third time that Montgomerie has got married. 

Monty first married Eimear Wilson for 14 years after tying the knot in 1990. That marriage ended in 2006, and he then married Gaynor Knowles in 2008 before divorcing in 2017. 

Montgomerie is rightly considered one of Europe's finest ever golfers having won 31 times on the circuit, ranking fourth in the all-time list. 

The Scot also went on to win eight Order of Merit titles on the European Tour (now the DP World Tour) between 1993 and 2005.

Monty was also instrumental in European Ryder Cup success, representing the time nine different times, eight as a player and once as a non-playing victorious captain in 2010. 

Of the eight times Monty played in the Ryder Cup, he was on the winning team on five occasions. 

Despite never winning a major, Monty finished runner up five times: The Open (2005), US PGA (2005) and US Open (1994, 1997, 2006). 

Monty's best result in The Masters was a tie for eighth in 1998. 

He also ranked as high as World No.2 at one stage in his career. 

Montgomerie was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2013. 

Since joining the PGA Tour Champions, the over 50s circuit, Monty has seven titles including three senior majors to his name. 

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