About Mark Roe

Mark Roe's career as a tournament professional golfer spanned 21 years. He achieved the milestone of playing over 500 hundred European Tour Events and was a 3 time winner, The Catalan Open, The French Open and The Lancome Trophy and reaching a career high world ranking of 40th in 1995.

That same year Mark finished 9th on the European Tour Order of Merit. At the 1995 US Open at Shinnecock Hills Mark Roe was the leading placed European golfer in the field. In 1996 Mark debuted in the US Masters at Augusta.

He also represented England at both the World Cup and Dunhill Cup.

Unfortunately for Mark he is more widely known for his disqualification at the 2003 Open at Royal St Georges where after a tournament best 67 on the Saturday and within 2 shots of the lead, he and his playing partner Jesper Parnevik were both disqualified for failing to exchange score cards (a rule now changed by the R & A). He was due to play the final round on Sunday with Tiger Woods. However Mark won world wide acclaim from the public, media and his fellow professionals for the gentlemanly way he handled his fate.

Always a character and a renowned practical joker with a great sense of humour, Mark is highly respected and liked by his peers and fans worldwide.

Mark has also become a respected golf analyst and golf commentator with Sky Sports, BBC Radio and European Tour Productions, where his opinions and thoughts are highly regarded.

Mark Roe's tour players won over 35 million euros while under his tuition.