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It would not seem right to not include the legend that is Bernhard Langer, and the ambassador of the WINSTONgolf Senior Open. The home favourite has competed in three events this season with his best result coming at the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship in which he finished in third position posting a 10-under-par total behind Stephen Ames of Canada in second place and New Zealand’s Steven Alker in top spot.
The two-time Masters winner’s best result at the WINSTONgolf Senior Open came in 2014 where he was defeated in a play-off by England’s Paul Wesselingh.
The man of the moment that is James Kingston will be looking to replicate his previous success at WINSTONgolf after comfortably coming out on top in last year’s invitational event by a winning margin of five shots finishing on seven under par in front of Englishman Paul Streeter.
The South African recorded wins in Italy at the Sergio Melpignano Senior Italian Open in November of last year and also last week in Switzerland at the Swiss Seniors Open beating former Ryder Cup player Phillip Price and three-time Legends Tour winner David Shacklady.
Mauricio Molina will be looking to add to his trophy cabinet this week in Germany following from a successful 2021 campaign in which the Argentinian recorded one Legends Tour title at the Riegler & Partner Legends and also four top 10 finishes.
The 55-year-old has started the 2022 season positively recording a joint 11th finish in Austria – the tournament he won in 2021 – and also in the most recent outing that the Legends have competed in, the Swiss Seniors Open, finishing fourth.
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