1998 European Seniors Tour

The 1998 European Seniors Tour was the 7th season of the European Seniors Tour, the professional golf tour for men aged 50 and above operated by the PGA European Tour.

Tournament resultsEdit

The numbers in brackets after the winners' names show the number of career wins they had on the European Seniors 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
3 May El Bosque Seniors Open Spain   Tommy Horton (18) New tournament
10 May Beko Classic Turkey   Bob Lendzion (1)
17 May AIB Irish Seniors Open Republic of Ireland   Joe McDermott (1)
31 May Philips PFA Golf Classic England   Neil Coles (5)
7 Jun Jersey Seniors Open Jersey   Bob Shearer (1)
14 Jun De Vere Hotels Seniors Classic England   Tommy Horton (19)
21 Jun Ryder Seniors Classic England   Bill Hardwick (1)
27 Jun Swedish Seniors Sweden   Maurice Bembridge (2)
4 Jul Lawrence Batley Seniors England   Bobby Verwey (3)
26 Jul Credit Suisse Private Banking Seniors Open Switzerland   Bobby Verwey (4)
2 Aug Schroder Senior Masters England   Brian Huggett (8)
9 Aug Senior British Open Northern Ireland   Brian Huggett (9)
16 Aug West of Ireland Seniors Championship Republic of Ireland   John Morgan (7) New tournament
31 Aug The Belfry PGA Seniors Championship England   Tommy Horton (20)
6 Sep Golden Charter PGA Scottish Seniors Open Scotland   David Huish (2)
20 Sep Efteling European Trophy Netherlands   Paul Leonard (1) New tournament
26 Sep Elf Seniors Open France   Brian Waites (4)
17 Oct Is Molas Senior Open Italy   Malcolm Gregson (3) New tournament
25 Oct Senior Tournament of Champions England   John Garner (1)
21 Nov Praia d'El Rey European Cup Portugal Tie Team event

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

Leading money winnersEdit

Rank Player Country Prize money ()
1 Tommy Horton   England 178,719
2 Brian Huggett   Wales 143,336
3 Eddie Polland   Northern Ireland 129,003
4 David Jones   Ireland 103,787
5 Noel Ratcliffe   Australia 97,339
6 Jim Rhodes   England 89,630
7 Bobby Verwey   South Africa 87,634
8 Neil Coles   England 82,129
9 Denis O'Sullivan   Ireland 76,986
10 Brian Waites   England 76,321

There is a complete list on the official site here.

External linksEdit