London Seniors Masters

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Bendinat London Seniors Masters
Tournament information
Location Ash, Sevenoaks, Kent, England
Established 1995
Course(s) London Golf Club
Tour(s) European Senior Tour
Final year 2007
Current champion
Sam Torrance
London Seniors Masters is located in England
London Golf Club
London Golf Club
Location in England

The Bendinat London Seniors Masters was a men's professional golf tournament for players aged 50 and above as part of the European Seniors Tour. It was played in 1995 and then from 2005 to 2007. The event was played at the London Golf Club, Ash, Sevenoaks, Kent. It was played over the Heritage Course, which was designed by Jack Nicklaus. Sam Torrance of Scotland won the 2005 event on his way to topping the European Seniors Tour Order of Merit. In 2007 the prize fund was £150,000.

Winners[edit]

Year Winner Country Score To par Margin
of victory
Runner(s)-up
London Seniors Masters
2007 Sam Torrance (2)  Scotland 206 −10 1 stroke Spain José Rivero
2006 Giuseppe Calì  Italy 210 −6 Playoff Jamaica Delroy Cambridge
2005 Sam Torrance  Scotland 201 −15 3 strokes England David J Russell
1996–2004: No tournament
London Masters
1995 John Bland  England 210 −6 4 strokes England Tony Grubb
South Africa Hugh Inggs
England John Morgan
South Africa Bobby Verwey

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