Date of Birth - 10 September 1969

Place of Birth - Aberdeen, Scotland

Turned Pro - 1992

Scott Henderson worked as an engineer in the oil industry before turning

 professional in 1992.

Having won his place on the European Tour at the 1996 final qualifying

 school, Henderson was named as the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year

 in 1997. He also finished inside the top 100 on the European Tour Order of

 Merit the following season, but lost his card at the end of 1999. Having

 failed on many occasions to regain his playing privileges via qualifying

 school, except for two seasons on the second tier Challenge Tour, he has

 relied mainly on invitations since then.


2008 Carnegie Invitational

Glove worn and signed by Scott Henderson

Ball played and signed by Scott Henderson