2017 European Senior Tour

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The 2017 European Senior Tour was the 26th season of the European Senior Tour, the professional golf tour for men aged 50 and above operated by the PGA European Tour.

Tournament results

The numbers in brackets after the winners' names show the number of career wins they had on the European Senior Tour up to and including that event. This is only shown for players who are members of the tour.

Date Tournament Host country Winner Notes
18 Mar Sharjah Senior Golf Masters United Arab Emirates South Africa Chris Williams (2) New tournament
28 May KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship United States Germany Bernhard Langer (5) PGA Tour Champions major
23 Jun European Tour Properties Senior Classic Finland Spain Santiago Luna (3) New tournament
2 Jul U.S. Senior Open United States United States Kenny Perry (n/a) PGA Tour Champions major
9 Jul Swiss Seniors Open Switzerland England Philip Golding (3)
16 Jul WINSTONgolf Senior Open Germany Wales Phillip Price (1)
30 Jul Senior Open Championship Wales Germany Bernhard Langer (6) PGA Tour Champions major
6 Aug Scottish Senior Open Scotland England Paul Broadhurst (3)
27 Aug Willow Senior Golf Classic England England Barry Lane (6)
3 Sep Travis Perkins Masters England England Philip Golding (4)
10 Sep Senior Italian Open Italy United States Clark Dennis (1)
30 Sep Paris Legends Championship France England Paul Broadhurst (4)
8 Oct Dutch Senior Masters Netherlands United States Clark Dennis (2) New tournament
22 Oct Farmfoods European Senior Masters England Wales Stephen Dodd (2) New tournament
10 Dec MCB Tour Championship Mauritius Thailand Thaworn Wiratchant (1)

For the tour schedule on the European Senior Tour's website, including links to full results, click here.

Qualifying school

The qualifying school was played in Portugal in late January and early February 2017. There were two 36-hole "stage 1" events with the leading players in these events joining a number of exempt players in the 72-hole final stage. As in 2016 there were just five qualifying places available for the 2017 season. With 18 exempt players and a minimum field of 72 for the final stage, the leading 27 players and ties from the two "stage 1" event qualified for the final stage. There was a cut after 54 holes with players more than eight shots away from the fifth qualifying place not playing the final round.[1]

The following five players gained their places on the 2017 European Senior Tour:[2]

# Player Notes 2017 Money
rank
1 Republic of Ireland Brendan McGovern Also gained his place in 2016 finishing tied for 3rd 20
T2 United States Clark Dennis 1
T2 United States Gary Rusnak Also gained his place in 2014 38
T2 England Peter T Wilson 35
T5 France Jean-Pierre Sallat [fr] 50

Sallat beat Jeff Hall and David Shacklady with a birdie on the first playoff hole.

Leading money winners

Rank Player Country Prize money ()
1 Clark Dennis  United States 222,055
2 Chris Williams  South Africa 190,716
3 Peter Fowler  Australia 175,752
4 Philip Golding  England 167,795
5 Magnus Persson Atlevi  Sweden 160,558
6 Paul Broadhurst  England 158,282
7 Barry Lane  England 156,704
8 Miguel Ángel Martín  Spain 137,999
9 Thaworn Wiratchant  Thailand 136,878
10 Stephen Dodd  Wales 122,218

There is a complete list on the official site here.

References

  1. ^ "Stage set for European Senior Tour qualifying school". PGA European Tour.
  2. ^ "McGovern wins Q-School by six; dedicates victory to inspirational uncle". Irish Golf Desk. 2 February 2017.

External links

  • Official website
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