Robert MacIntyre is a professional golfer from Scotland. He has a career-high Official World Golf Ranking of No.42, which he reached in March 2021. He has 2 professional wins. In 2019, he made it to the Top 6 of The Open Championship.

Player Profile, Amateur, and College Career

Robert Duncan MacIntyre was born on August 3, 1996, in Oban, Scotland. He stands 180 cm tall.

Height / weight 1.8 m /
Born 3 Aug 1996
Nationality United Kingdom United Kingdom

As an amateur, he won the Scottish Boys Open Stroke-Play Championship and the Scottish Youths Championship. In 2015, he also won the Scottish Amateur. He played for Scotland in the Eisenhower Trophy. He later went on to attend McNeese State University.


He turned pro in 2017 and the same year, he got his first MENA Tour win, the Sahara Kuwait Championship. He beat Luke Joy by two strokes. He also played in 2018 and he made it to two playoffs, the Vierumäki Finnish Challenge and the Foshan Championship. He finished second place in both.

In November 2020, he won his first European Tour win at the Aphrodite Hills Cyprus Showdown. He beat Masahiro Kawamura by one stroke. In 2022, he made it to the Top 15 of The Genesis Invitational.

Career Highlights

Number of Wins by Tour

  • European Tour - 1
  • Other – 1

Best Results in Major Championships

  • Masters Tournament - T12: 2021
  • PGA Championship - T49: 2021
  • U.S. Open - T35: 2021
  • The Open Championship - T6: 2019


  • Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year
    • 2019

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