Seniors Tour Championship

The Seniors Tour Championship was the season ending event on men's professional golf's European Seniors Tour. It was first contested in 2000 at Abu Dhabi Golf Club by Sheraton, Abu Dhabi. In 2001 it was played at PGA Golf de Catalunya, Spain, from 2002 to 2004 at Quinta da Marinha, Portugal, in 2005 and 2006 at Riffa Views, Bahrain, in 2007 at Buckinghamshire Golf Club, England and from 2008 to 2010 at Club de Campo del Mediterráneo, Spain. In 2010 the prize fund was 400,000 with €64,433 going to the winner.

Spanish Senior Open
Tournament information
LocationCastellón de la Plana, Castellón, Spain (2008–2010)
Established2000
Course(s)Club de Campo del Mediterráneo (2008–2010)
Tour(s)European Senior Tour
Final year2010
Final champion
Mike Cunning

WinnersEdit

Year Winner Country Venue Score To par Margin
of victory
Runner(s)-up
OKI Castellón Senior Tour Championship
2010 Mike Cunning   United States Club de Campo 202 −14 1 stroke   José Rivero
2009 Mike Harwood   Australia Club de Campo 203 −13 3 strokes   Ángel Franco
OKI Castellón Open España – Senior Tour Championship
2008 Sam Torrance   Scotland Club de Campo 203 −13 2 strokes   Ángel Fernández
  Katsuyoshi Tomori
The Kingdom of Bahrain Trophy – Seniors Tour Championship
2007 Costantino Rocca   Italy Buckinghamshire Club 206 −10 1 stroke   Nick Job
Arcapita Seniors Tour Championship
2006 Gordon J. Brand   England Riffa Views 211 −5 Playoff   Adan Sowa
2005 Des Smyth   Ireland Riffa Views 206 −10 2 strokes   John Chillas
Estoril Seniors Tour Championship
2004 John Chillas   Scotland Quinta da Marinha 207 −6 2 strokes   David Good
2003 Carl Mason   England Quinta da Marinha 202 −11 8 strokes   Keith MacDonald
  Noel Ratcliffe
  Dragon Taki
2002 Denis Durnian   Scotland Quinta da Marinha 208 −5 Playoff   Eamonn Darcy
European Seniors Tour Championship
2001 Jerry Bruner   United States PGA Golf de Catalunya 210 −6 1 stroke   David Good
Abu Dhabi European Seniors Tour Championship
2000 Denis O'Sullivan   Ireland Abu Dhabi Golf Club 202 −14 1 stroke   Priscillo Diniz

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