List of golfers with most European Senior Tour wins

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This is a list of all the golfers who have won five or more official events on the European Senior Tour.[1] The totals include wins by European Senior Tour players in the Senior Open Championship and PGA Seniors Championship before the formation of the tour in 1992. The list is up to date as of 1 June 2019.

Members of the World Golf Hall of Fame are indicated by H.

Rank Player Lifespan Country Wins Winning span
1 Carl Mason 1953–  England 25 2003–2011
2 Tommy Horton 1941–2017  England 23 1992–2000
3 Neil Coles H 1934–  England 15 1985–2002
4 Sam Torrance 1953–  Scotland 11 2004–2009
5 Brian Huggett 1936–  Wales 10 1992–2000
6 Colin Montgomerie H 1963–  Scotland 9 2013–2018
T7 John Morgan 1943–2006  England 8 1994–1999
T7 Noel Ratcliffe 1945–  Australia 8 1997–2005
T7 Bill Longmuir 1953–  Scotland 8 2003–2010
T7 Paul Wesselingh 1961–  England 8 2012–2015
T11 Terry Gale 1946–  Australia 7 1996–2005
T11 Barry Lane 1960–  England 7 2010–2019
T13 Brian Waites 1940–  England 6 1990–1998
T13 Seiji Ebihara 1949–  Japan 6 2001–2004
T13 Denis O'Sullivan 1948–  Ireland 6 2000–2005
T13 Bernhard Langer H 1957–  Germany 6 2008–2017
T13 Peter Fowler 1959–  Australia 6 2011–2018
T18 Gary Player H 1935–  South Africa 5 1988–1997
T18 Bobby Verwey 1941–  South Africa 5 1991–1998
T18 David Huish 1944–  Scotland 5 1996–2001
T18 Malcolm Gregson 1943–  England 5 1994–2004
T18 Gordon J. Brand 1955–  England 5 2006–2008
T18 Nick Job 1949–  England 5 2000–2008
T18 Delroy Cambridge 1949–  Jamaica 5 2001–2009
T18 Boonchu Ruangkit 1956–  Thailand 5 2010–2011
T18 Des Smyth 1953–  Ireland 5 2005–2012
T18 Ian Woosnam H 1958–  Wales 5 2008–2014
T18 Tim Thelen 1961–  United States 5 2012–2016
T18 Paul Broadhurst 1965–  England 5 2015–2018
T18 Philip Golding 1962–  England 5 2013–2018

Coles's total include a win in the 1991 Léman International Senior Trophy.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Most Official Staysure Tour Victories". European Tour. 12 December 2016.