English Seniors Open

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The English Seniors Open was a European Senior Tour men's professional golf tournament. It was first played in 2003 and each of the first three stagings were won by Carl Mason. In 2007 the prize fund was £150,000 and the host course was St Mellion in Cornwall. After a five-year break, the tournament returned in 2013 and 2014 at Rockliffe Hall in County Durham, with a £200,000 purse and a £30,000 first prize.

English Senior Open
Tournament information
LocationHurworth-on-Tees, County Durham, England (2013–14)
Established2003
Course(s)Rockliffe Hall (2013–14)
Tour(s)European Senior Tour
Final year2014
Final champion
César Monasterio

WinnersEdit

Year Winner Country Venue Score To par Margin
of victory
Runner(s)-up
English Senior Open
2014 César Monasterio   Argentina Rockliffe Hall 202 −14 5 strokes   Barry Lane
  Andrew Oldcorn
2013 Steen Tinning   Denmark Rockliffe Hall 199 −17 1 stroke   Santiago Luna
2008–12: No tournament
Midas English Seniors Open
2007 Bill Longmuir   Scotland St Mellion 208 −8 2 strokes   Carl Mason
Midas Group English Seniors Open
2006 Carl Mason (3)   England St Mellion 212 −4 1 stroke   Stewart Ginn
2005: No tournament
ADT English Seniors Open
2004 Carl Mason (2)   England Formby Hall 213 −3 3 strokes   Bob Cameron
  John Chillas
Merseyside English Seniors Open
2003 Carl Mason   England Hillside Golf Club 208 −8 1 stroke   Bill Longmuir
  Denis O'Sullivan

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