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Jimenez edges Langer to win Senior Open at St. Andrews
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Jimenez edges Langer to win Senior Open at St. Andrews

By Associated PressJuly 29, 2018, 3:25 pm

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland - Miguel Angel Jimenez won the Senior British Open on Sunday, edging defending champion Bernhard Langer by one shot.

Jimenez dropped only one stroke en route to a final round 3-under 69 and ended on 12-under 276 at the historic Old Course.


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The Spaniard played the sort of round every professional golfer dreams of on the final day at St. Andrews, and often in unpleasant - occasionally vicious - weather conditions.

Langer shot a 68 to come second.

Americans Kirk Triplett (69) and Scott McCarron (68) tied for third alongside Canada's Stephen Ames (69). All three finished on 10 under.

Article Tags: Miguel Angel Jimenez, Bernhard Langer, 2018 Senior Open Championship
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Langer cruises to 10th senior major title

Langer cruises to 10th senior major title

 
 
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Another major, another trophy for Bernhard Langer.

Langer shot a 1-over 72 in the final round at Royal Porthcawl to win The Senior Open by three shots over Corey Pavin. It's a record 10th senior major title for the 59-year-old German, and his third of the year.

Langer also won the Regions Tradition and Senior PGA Championship in May, and his recent run of dominance now includes five wins over the last 10 majors contested on PGA Tour Champions. It's also Langer's third Senior Open title, having won in 2010 at Carnoustie and also in 2014 at Royal Porthcawl when he beat the field by a whopping 13 shots.

With the win, Langer will receive a spot in The Open in 2018 at Carnoustie.

Langer joins Tom Watson and Gary Player as the only three-time winners of The Senior Open. Player's wins all came before the tournament was designated as a major in 2003, which meant that there was some controversy over whether Langer's ninth major at the Senior PGA truly made him the most decorate major champion of the over-50 circuit. But now that he has added title No. 10, Langer stands alone one month before turning 60.

Fred Couples finished among a tie for third at even par, four shots behind Langer. Miguel Angel Jimenez finished in a tie for 11th at 3 over, while David Frost finished alone in 13th place despite opening with rounds of 81-74 amid blustery conditions in Wales.

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Couples grabs lead at Champions Tour finale

Couples grabs lead at Champions Tour finale

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  • Nov 1, 2013 7:34 PM ET
Fred Couples

SAN FRANCISCO – Fred Couples took the second-round lead Friday in the Charles Schwab Cup Championship, shooting his second straight 6-under 65 in the Champions Tour's season-ending event.

Winless this season with four runner-up finishes, Couples had a bogey-free round at TPC Harding Park.

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''This is a big event,'' Couples said. ''These are the best players on the tour and I want to win. I'm certainly not playing any better because I want to win. I want to win at Birmingham, Seattle, Chicago, Newport and everywhere else I finished second.''


Charles Schwab Cup Championship: Articles, videos and photos


First-round leader Peter Senior bogeyed the 18th for a 69 to fall two strokes back.

''I didn't do much wrong,'' Senior said. ''I didn't get away with anything but I think I'm in a good position. I had a heap of chances early in the round that I didn't convert.''

Bart Bryant was third at 8 under after a 66. Bernhard Langer was another stroke back after a 68.

Charles Schwab Cup points leader Kenny Perry had a 71 to remain 3 under. Langer is the only player with a chance to overtake Perry. Even if Langer wins the tournament, Perry would take the season title and $1 million annuity if he finishes fifth or better.

Fred Funk aced the par-3 eighth hole with a 4-iron, but bogeyed four of his next seven holes and finished with his second straight 70.

Couples took the lead when he parred the eighth hole and Senior had a bogey. Couples birdied Nos. 9 and 10 and led by three strokes.

''I had another good round and hit the ball well,'' Couples said. ''When I hit pretty good irons I made the birdies. When you're near the lead, playing fast is a bonus.''

Couples, who last won at the Senior British Open in July 2012, continues to deal with neck and back pain and said he'll consult a doctor Monday to find the cause.

''There's something going on,'' Couples said. ''It's just not comfortable. It's doable. Sometimes when I turn I snag it. It's more at night when I'm lying down. My back hurts and I don't sleep much. I wouldn't be playing if it hurt to swing.''

Couples learned how to play golf at a public course in Seattle, which is why he feels comfortable at Harding Park.

''This is one of my all-time favorite courses,'' Couples said. ''That helps me. As far as length, if I hit every fairway, I'll have an advantage all right, over my normal game.''

Senior, who spent most of his career on the PGA Tour of Australasia, has yet to win on American soil.

''If you play well enough, you're going to do it,'' Senior said. ''Inside me I know I'm good enough to win tournaments and I'll go out there with that on the weekend.''

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Major league: Perry breaks through at Sr. Players
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Idoki wins Senior PGA as Perry collapses
 

Idoki wins Senior PGA as Perry collapses

 
    

ST. LOUIS ?nbsp;Kohki Idoki erased a five-stroke deficit against a fading Kenny Perry with room to spare, charging to a two-stroke victory Sunday in the Senior PGA Championship.

It was the third bitter final-round major tournament failure for the 52-year-old Perry, who led by three strokes with six holes to play but settled for a second-place tie with Jay Haas.

The 51-year-old Idoki closed with a 6-under 65 to finish at 11 under at Bellerive Country Club and win $385,000 and become the first player to win the tournament on his first attempt since Michael Allen in 2009.

Idoki got a beer shower from fellow Japanese players Joe Ozaki and Kiyoshi Murota after finishing ahead of Perry's final group.


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Perry shot a 72, and Haas had a 70. Perry squandered a two-stroke lead with two holes to go in the 2009 Masters and also let victory slip away in the 1996 PGA.

Mark O'Meara was fourth, three strokes back after a 65 including an eagle on No. 17. Murota was another shot behind after a 67.

Perry staggered to the finish line, beginning with a double bogey on No. 13 that dropped him into a tie with Idoki. Another bogey on No. 16 dropped him out of the lead he held or shared since the end of the second round and he bogeyed No. 17 after shooting sideways out of deep rough in trees on No. 17.

Perry lost his lead three-putting from the fringe up against the edge of the rough on No. 13, running it past the cup from about 3 feet before holing out to put him at even par for the day.

He arched his back in disappointment after leaving a long birdie putt just short on No. 14.

Idoki climbed into contention with four birdies and no bogeys on the front nine, and added two more birdies in a flawless finish.

Jim Rutledge closed with a 64 for the best round of the tournament. He tied for sixth with fellow Canadian Rod Spittle, Russ Cochran, Kirk Triplett and Duffy Waldorf. Rutledge had seven birdies, five on the front nine, with no bogeys and no long putts to save par.


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    Palmer, Nicklaus highlight PNC Father/Son Challenge

    Palmer, Nicklaus highlight PNC Father/Son Challenge

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    Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus will play in the same group at the PNC Father/Son Challenge.
    Dec. 12, 2012

    They are two of the greatest players golf has ever seen; their friendship and rivalry over the years has helped define the popularity of the game, and on Saturday, fans will have the chance to see Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus tee it up once more, as they are paired together for the first round of the PNC Father/Son Challenge at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Orlando, Grande Lakes in Florida.

    Palmer and Nicklaus will headline a star-studded field as 18 legends team up with their sons, daughters, and in Palmer's case, his grandson, as the popular event returns after a four-year absence. David Duval also joins the field with his step-son, Nick Karavites, after Curtis Strange had to withdraw.

    "I am delighted the Father/Son Challenge is back," said Nicklaus, who is partnering with son Gary and thus reuniting the winning team from the 1999 Father/Son. "I always enjoy playing with my sons. It's always very special when you have the opportunity to do anything with your children, and to be able to compete together in a game that has meant so much to me my entire life is a real treat but also a reflection of a uniquely special quality about golf. Gary is going to have to carry me, because since the last Father/Son, I have lost at least 50 yards. He's going to have to hit it a long way, get me on the green, and maybe I can putt. But I am sure a lot of fathers will be saying that this weekend."

    "It's also nice to be able to share the moment with my longtime friend Arnold. My guess is the needle that will be out on Saturday will be a lot longer than our tee shots. We have many cherished memories of the years we competed together, traveled together, the time our wives and families spent together, the laughs we shared, and the friendship we forged. For a couple of old guys, we'll have a blast Saturday, me playing with my son Gary and Arnold with his grandson Will."

    Fans are able to purchase tickets, priced at $15 per day or $45 for a full week tournament pass, online by visiting www.pncfathersonchallenge.com, or by calling 407-876-7004.

    "The PNC Father/Son Challenge is an event that has meant a lot to me over the years, and I know the other players feel the same way," said Palmer. "It's a great opportunity and we're thankful to PNC for their role in bringing the event back. The chance to team up with our family members, to play in front of the fans, and for me personally to play with Jack again will make this event very special."

    To qualify for the PNC Father/Son Challenge, participants must have won either a major championship or THE PLAYERS Championship in their career. The professional's partner must not currently hold a TOUR card, and while the majority of partners in the history of the event have been the sons of the golf legends, the family-themed tournament is also open to other family members including a player's daughter, grandson or step-children. The 18-team field competes in a scramble format over 36 holes for the $1 million prize purse and the Willie Park trophy, named after Willie Park, and his son Willie Park Jr., who combined to win the British Open five times.

    Saturday's tee times (Eastern Time)
    8:30 a.m. Lee Janzen, Connor Janzen Sandy Lyle, James Lyle
    8:41 a.m. Steve Elkington, Sam Elkington Nick Faldo, Matthew Faldo
    8:52 a.m. David Duval, Nick Karavites Fuzzy Zoeller, Gretchen Zoeller
    9:03 a.m. Mark O'Meara, Shaun O'Meara Bernhard Langer, Christina Langer
    9:14 a.m. Lanny Wadkins, Tucker Wadkins Davis Love III, Dru Love
    9:25 a.m. Fred Funk, Taylor Funk Larry Nelson, Josh Nelson
    9:36 a.m. Raymond Floyd, Robert Floyd Vijay Singh, Qass Singh
    9:47 a.m. Hale Irwin, Steve Irwin Lee Trevino, Daniel Trevino
    9:58 a.m. Jack Nicklaus, Gary Nicklaus Arnold Palmer, Will Wears
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    Top 10: 2012 Champions Tour Season
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    Jones takes medalist honors at Champions q-school

    Jones takes medalist honors at Champions q-school

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    Gene Jones held on for a three-shot victory at Champions Tour q-school at TPC Eagle Trace.
    Nov. 16, 2012
    By Champions Tour staff

    CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. -- Gene Jones (Orlando, Fla.) shot a final-round 2-under 70 to post a three-stroke victory and claim medalist honors at the 2012 Champions Tour National Qualifying Tournament at the par-72 TPC Eagle Trace. Jones finished with a 72-hole total of 13-under-par 275 and finished three better than rookie Jeff Brehaut (Los Altos, Calif.).

    This marks the second time Jones was the medalist in this event. He shared those honors with Rick Rhoden when the event was staged here in 2007.

    Jones, who led by as much as five strokes on the back nine, made things interesting on his way home. He had his problems for the second day in a row on Nos. 12 and 13, making bogey-double bogey. As a result he watched his lead shrink to just one, but from that point on, he was mistake free and closed with birdies on Nos. 16 and 17 to pull away from Brehaut.

    "I had the same problem on 12 and 13 again as I did yesterday. You just never know what's going to happen. I put two bad swings on it and I probably should have hit 3-wood on both of those, but its Tour school and you just can't let up at any time," Jones said. "No matter how old you get, q-school is still a bear, but I've done it before and I felt pretty good when I started."

    Jones will enjoy exempt status for the first time since 2010. He finished inside the top 30 in both 2008 and 2009.

    "It's been a crazy couple of years." Jones added. "I had problems with kidney stones back in 2010 while on Tour and then didn't play at all in 2011 and in just five events this year. I felt good playing here at this course. I've had some success here and it was a little bit of a benefit for sure coming back here."

    Runner-up Jeff Brehaut is in a peculiar position since he won't turn 50 until June 13. As a result he will have to wait nearly six months to make his debut when the 2013 campaign gets under way.

    "The Tour told me I could come to the school and if I made it I'd probably get in four events. I wasn't sure what to expect but my game has been pretty good and I'm thrilled with how it went," said Brehaut, a club pro in northern California.

    The other three qualifiers were Mark Mouland (Kenilworth, England), Jim Rutledge (Victoria, B.C., Canada) and John Riegger (Henderson, Nev.). However, like Brehaut, Riegger won't be able to make his debut until June when he turns 50. Brehaut and Riegger share the same birthday -- June 13.

    With Brehaut and Riegger not becoming eligible until June, Chie-Hsieng Lin (Taipei, Taiwan) and Esteban Toledo (Irvine, Calif.) will be fully exempt until June. They claimed the sixth and seventh spots, respectively, after the playoff.

    Five other players earned conditionally-exempt status for 2013. They include Anders Forsbrand (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.), Neal Lancaster (Smithfield, N.C.), Jeff Freeman (Orlando, Fla.), T.C. Wang (Taipei, Taiwan) and Steve Jones (Scottsdale, Ariz.).

    The top 30 finishers and ties will be eligible to compete for spots in open qualifiers at all co-sponsored events on the Champions Tour in 2013.

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