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Snooker - Scottish Open

The invitational Scottish Masters had successfully been staged for many years before, but Scotland was granted its first ranking tournament of its own in 1998, after the demise of the International Open. It only lasted for six seasons before being taken off the calendar. It returned, as one of the many PTC events, in 2012 but was then jettisoned again until being revived in December 2016 as part of the "Home Nations Series". Since 2016 the winner lifts the Stephen Hendry Trophy.
The Scottish Open was staged in Aberdeen from 1998-2002 and Edinburgh in 2003. In 2012 it was held in Ravenscraig. Its home since 2016 has been the Emirates Arena, Glasgow.

YEAR
WINNER
RUNNER-UP
1998
R'NIE O'SULLIVAN (Eng)
John Higgins (Sco)
1999
STEPHEN HENDRY (Sco)
Graeme Dott (Sco)
2000
R'NIE O'SULLIVAN (Eng)
Mark Williams (Wal)
2001
PETER EBDON (Eng)
Ken Doherty (Rir)
2002
STEPHEN LEE (Eng)
David Gray (Eng)
2003
DAVID GRAY (Eng)
Mark Selby (Eng)
4-11 Not held -
2012 DING JUNHUI (Chn)
Anthony McGill (Sco)
13-5 Not Held -
2016 MARCO FU (Hkg) John Higgins (Sco)
2017 NEIL ROBERTSON (Aus) Cao Yupeng (Chn)

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