Entry was restricted to PGA members of the Scottish section and other professionals attached to a Scottish club. Prize money was £25 with £20 for the winner and £5 for the runner-up. The cup became the permanent property of any player winning it three times or two years in succession. Robert Thomson won in 1911 and 1912 and so won the cup outright. The event was played either the day after or the day before the Scottish qualifying for the News of the World Match Play.
|1909||Willie Binnie||Scotland||Burntisland||144||7 strokes||Davie Watt||20|||
|1910||David Kinnell||Scotland||Troon Municipal||147||Playoff|| Tom Fernie
|1911||Robert Thomson||Scotland||Elie||148||5 strokes||George Smith||20|||
|1912||Robert Thomson||Scotland||North Berwick||143||5 strokes||Willie Watt||20|||
In 1910 there was an 18-hole playoff on the following day. Kinnell scored 75, Fernie 76 and Thomson 79. Fernie took the second prize of £5.
- "Scottish Professionals at Burnisland". The Glasgow Herald. 9 September 1909. p. 13.
- "Scottish Professionals at Troon". The Glasgow Herald. 10 September 1910. p. 13.
- "Scottish Professionals at Troon". The Glasgow Herald. 12 September 1910. p. 13.
- "Professionals at Elie". The Glasgow Herald. 23 September 1911. p. 14.
- "Scottish Professionals' Tournament". The Glasgow Herald. 6 July 1912. p. 14.