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A life-changing moment for Dodd as he secured his maiden Senior Major Championship

Stephen Dodd secured a dream Major victory at Sunningdale Golf Club winning The Senior Open Presented by Rolex in fashionable style; posting a birdie on the 72nd hole to secure the win. The Welshman was in a tie for the lead with Spaniard Miguel Ángel Jiménez on the final hole but played a world-class approach shot to ten feet in which he managed to roll in comfortably to reach 13 under par and seal the title.

The flying Frenchman

Thomas Levet secured back-to-back victories at the Legends Open de France and the Scottish Senior Open hosted by Paul Lawrie in masterly fashion. His first victory came on home soil at Golf de Saint-Cloud and he won the event by a three shot margin ahead of Canada’s David Morland IV. His second victory totalling three Legends Tour titles came at Royal Aberdeen in which he defeated Austria’s Markus Brier on the first play-off hole.

An enthralling Celebrity Series

The 2021 Legends Tour Celebrity Series has been a gripping success, all competing to raise funds for a charity close to their heart which will conclude in Mauritius in March with £100,000 up for grabs. The 2021 Celebrity Series showcased some of the most well-known faces in sport including broadcaster journalist and television presenter Dan Walker, Champion Jockey Sir AP McCoy, former Liverpool footballer Robbie Fowler and Georgie Bingham formerly of talkSPORT, ESPN and Sky News. You can join them at a select number of tournaments for a one-day celebrity Pro-Am, where amateur golfers have the opportunity to play with a celebrity and a Legends Tour player.

A maiden Legends Tour title for Bjørn

Thomas Bjørn was quick to make his mark on his Legends Tour career after securing his first over-50s title at the Irish Legends presented by the McGinley Foundation at Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Resort in August. The Dane posted a closing six under par round of 65 to join Welshman Phillip Price on 15 under par, and the duo both made par on the first trip back down the par five 18th hole in the play-off. On the second play-off hole, Price saw his birdie putt lip-out resulting in Bjørn having the opportunity to win the title with a five-foot putt which he duly converted.

Brier claims long-awaited victory at Forest of Arden

Markus Brier claimed a long-awaited maiden Legends Tour title at the Farmfoods European Senior Masters hosted by Peter Baker as the Austrian finished runner-up in the same event on his last two starts. Brier posted a three over par round of 75 to finish on a five under par total, two shots clear of Rafael Gomez of Argentina.

A moment to savour for Jimenez

Miguel Ángel Jiménez had arguably one the shots of the season at The Senior Open presented by Rolex in just his second shot of round three, described as a ‘Slam-dunk albatross’, much to the crowd’s amusement. Watch it below.

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