Kuramoto wins Handa Cup Senior Masters
Woosnam hopes for better 2011 Season
Masahiro Kuramoto won the Handa Cup Senior Masters in Japan this weekend.
Kuramoto shot a final round of 65 for a 17 under par total of 217 to finish four strokes ahead of Frankie Minoza, Satoshi Higashi and Kiyoshi Murota at the European Senior Tours first visit to Japan.
Kuramoto has now annou... view
Senior wins the Senior European Open
Forgan Sponsored Ian Woosnam will be teeing off in the Handa Senior Masters in Japan.
Former world number one and victorious Ryder Cup captain Woosnam, returns as the defending champion and is hoping that he can re-create his form after a frustrating 2010 season, where he finished 28th on the Euro... view
2011 Senior Tour starts this weekend
Peter Senior won the first of the 2011 Senior European Golf Tour events; The Handa Senior Open played at the Royal Perth Golf Club this weekend.
After impressive rounds of 65-70-72, Senior finished nine under to beat Sandy Lyle by three shots and take home the 45,498 euro prize.
Senior just lost... view
Mike Cunning wins OKI Castellion Senior
The 2011 European Senior Tour season starts this weekend with the Handa Australian Senior Open, followed the following week by the Handa Senior Masters.
The events sponsored by the International Sports Promotion Society will be held at the Royal Perth Golf Club, Perth, Australia and the Ohmurasaki... view
McDowell closes the lead in Race to Dubai
American Mike Cunning has won the OKI Castellion Senior Tour Championship, the last event in the 2010 European Senior Tour.
He started the day three shots behind overnight leaders Sam Torrance and Chris Williams, but thanks an excellent back nine score of 31 and to a rare mistake by Torrence at th... view
Graeme McDowell’s win at last weekend’s Andalucia Valderrama Masters means he not only catapults into the top 10 of the world rankings, but also halves Martin Kaymers lead at the top of the Race to Dubai.
His 500,000 Euro wins means that he now trails Kaymer by just over 500,000 Euros, but w... view
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