Date of Birth: July 17, 1982
Turned Professional: 2003
Professional wins: Ten (all on MENA Golf Tour)
Best results in Major Championships: The Open Championship - T55th in 2010
Once hailed as the next Tiger Woods when he won a nationwide competition, titled Search For A Tiger, aged 14, Zane Scotland has enjoyed a highly successful amateur career in addition to becoming the youngest English player ever to qualify for The Open Championship in 1999.
He turned professional in 2003, but a series of injuries undermined what appeared to be a flourishing career. And, although he won his European Tour card by finishing 96th on the Order of Merit in 2007, a wrist injury he suffered in Munich in 2008 further affected his golf.
The nephew of former Attorney General Baroness Scotland took the MENA Golf Tour route to resurrect his career, and the move paid off with the Englishman topping the Order of Merit standings in 2013.
The affable Englishman, is a 10-time winner on the MENA Golf Tour since its inception in 2011. Scotland was born in Manchester and educated at The John Fisher School in Surrey.