Swiss Seniors Open

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The Swiss Seniors Open is the Swiss stop on men's professional golf's European Senior Tour. It was founded in 1997 as the Credit Suisse Private Banking Seniors Open and from 1999 to 2014 was known as the Bad Ragaz PGA Seniors Open. It is played at Bad Ragaz Golf Club. In 2019 the prize fund was €320,000.

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Tournament information
LocationBad Ragaz, St. Gallen, Switzerland
Established1997
Course(s)Bad Ragaz Golf Club
Tour(s)European Senior Tour
FormatStroke play
Prize fund320,000
Month playedJuly
Current champion
Argentina José Cóceres
Bad Ragaz Golf Club is located in Switzerland
Bad Ragaz Golf Club
Bad Ragaz Golf Club
Location in Switzerland

WinnersEdit

Year Winner Country Score To par Margin
of victory
Runner(s)-up
Swiss Seniors Open
2019 José Cóceres   Argentina 199 −11 2 strokes   Peter Baker
  Peter O'Malley
  Phillip Price
  Jean-François Remésy
  Chris Williams
2018 Jean-François Remésy   France 199 −11 1 stroke   Miguel Ángel Martín
  Phillip Price
  Jarmo Sandelin
2017 Philip Golding   England 195 −15 1 stroke   Mark McNulty
2016 Tim Thelen (2)   United States 200 −10 1 stroke   Simon P. Brown
  Pedro Linhart
  Miguel Ángel Martín
2015 Gordon Manson   Austria 196 −14 2 strokes   Philip Golding
Bad Ragaz PGA Seniors Open
2014 Rick Gibson   Canada 195 −15 6 strokes   Denis O'Sullivan
2013 Paul Wesselingh   England 201 −9 Playoff   Kevin Spurgeon
2012 Tim Thelen   United States 198 −12 2 strokes   Mark James
2011 Peter Fowler   Australia 196 −14 2 strokes   Andrew Oldcorn
2010 Carl Mason (3)   England 199 −11 2 strokes   Jerry Bruner
2009 John Bland   South Africa 199 −11 Playoff   Bob Boyd
2008 Carl Mason (2)   England 195 −15 2 strokes   Bill Longmuir
2007 Carl Mason   England 194 −16 6 strokes   Horacio Carbonetti
  Costantino Rocca
  David J. Russell
2006 Juan Quirós   Spain 196 −14 2 strokes   Carl Mason
2005 Terry Gale   Australia 199 −11 2 strokes   Luis Carbonetti
  Géry Watine
2004 Horacio Carbonetti (2)   Argentina 195 −15 Playoff   Denis Durnian
2003 Horacio Carbonetti   Argentina 197 −13 3 strokes   David Good
2002 Dragon Taki   Japan 130 −10 Playoff   Denis O'Sullivan
2001 David Huish (2)   Scotland 198 −12 Playoff   David Good
2000 David Huish   Scotland 200 −10 4 strokes   Jim Rhodes
1999 Bob Shearer   Australia 198 −12 3 strokes   David Oakley
Credit Suisse Private Banking Seniors Open
1998 Bobby Verwey   South Africa 200 −10 2 strokes   Maurice Bembridge
  Tommy Horton
1997 Brian Waites   England 203 −7 Playoff   Malcolm Gregson

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