Golf icon Colin Montgomerie marries for third time – this time to his manager

Golf legend Colin Montgomerie is married for the third time after this time tying the knot with his manager.

The former world number two confirmed the news in an Instagram post on Monday as he shared a loved-up photo of himself and Sarah Casey at their wedding ceremony. Montgomerie captioned the post: "Just the perfect day," with a host of golfing pros passing on their congratulations in the comments section, including Justin Rose.

The couple wed at the five-star Coworth Park hotel in Ascot, with Montgomerie joking that he now plans to take Sarah to Elland Road to watch his beloved Leeds United.

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Born in Glasgow, Monty fell in love with Leeds during the 1970s after moving to Yorkshire with his family as a child. Sarah previously managed him at European Golf Design.

She has since moved to work for IMG but was described as "more recently his partner" back in 2020. Montgomerie also said at the time that "I'm happier than I've ever been".

Sarah becomes Montgomerie's third wife and has already changed her surname from Casey on Facebook. The golf icon was first married to Eimear Wilson for 14 years after tying the knot in 1990.

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The couple split in 2004, though, after having three children together, with Wilson citing Montgomerie's obsession with golf as a reason for their divorce.

He then went on to marry Scottish millionairess Gaynor Knowles in 2008, before the couple later split after nine years of marriage in 2017.

On the course, Montgomerie is one of the most successful players in European Tour history, winning 31 events since turning pro as a teenage in 1987, the fourth most of all-time.

He has won the European Tour Order of Merit on eight occasions, including a run of seven consecutive victories between 1993 and 1999.

The 59-year-old, who was awarded an OBE in 2005 for his services to golf, is also a six-time Ryder Cup winner and captained Europe to victory at Celtic Manor in 2010.


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