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✅ Ties course record 62 on Saturday
✅ Makes a birdie at the last to win on Sunday
A weekend worthy of the #SeniorOpen title. pic.twitter.com/roc3AjFCgt
— Legends Tour (@euLegendsTour) July 25, 2021
In top spot is Welshman and three-time DP World Tour winner Stephen Dodd after an impressive 2021, winning a life-changing maiden Senior Major Championship at The Senior Open Presented by Rolex at Sunningdale Golf Club. This was the 55-year old’s fourth victory since turning the age of 50 after winning the Senior Italian Open presented by Villaverde Resort in 2016, the Farmfoods European Senior Masters in 2017 and the WINSTONgolf Senior Open in 2018. Dodd currently sits on 1,830 points after competing in six competitions in 2021.
Dodd will be looking to replicate his previous success and carry the momentum going into the final event of the season before the exciting 2022 Legends Tour season tee’s off in May.
And here's the proof 🏆🏆#ScottishSeniorOpen pic.twitter.com/YIbb7F4Tqx
— Legends Tour (@euLegendsTour) September 12, 2021
In second position is six-time DP World Tour winner Thomas Levet producing one of the best seasons of his decorated career, after back-to-back victories in his home country of France in the Legends Open de France hosted by Jean van de Velde and at Royal Aberdeen for the Scottish Senior Open hosted by Paul Lawrie. These two victories added to his collection of trophies, meaning he has three Legends Tour titles to his name following his victory in 2019 at the Farmfoods European Senior Masters hosted by Peter Baker.
The Frenchman is currently on 1,435 points in the Legends Tour Order of Merit having competed in eight tournaments and will be looking forward to the tenth playing of the MCB Tour Championship – Mauritius with top spot on the Order of Merit within grasp.
Markus Brier wins the Farmfoods European Senior Masters! 🏆#ESMasters pic.twitter.com/iFGvwJOlCf
— Legends Tour (@euLegendsTour) October 3, 2021
Markus Brier of Austria sits in third place on 1,379 points having played 11 tournaments in 2021. The two-time DP World Tour winner joined the over-50s ranks in 2018 and after coming close to a win on several occasions he secured his maiden Legends Tour title at the Farmfoods European Senior Masters hosted by Peter Baker at Forest of Arden.
Brier who was the first Austrian golfer to win on the European Tour will hope to finish his season on a high as he looks for another Legends Tour title.
"I’ve been wanting to win but when you see your fellow pros come out and be there for your first one that means a lot to me"
James Kingston reflects on a memorable day at the #SeniorItalianOpen pic.twitter.com/BJN3zJCP2l
— Legends Tour (@euLegendsTour) November 5, 2021
Two-time DP World Tour winner James Kingston sits in fourth place on 1,323 points having competed in nine tournaments and is the most recent winner on the 2021 Legends Tour schedule having been crowned in Italy to claim his maiden Legends Tour title. The South African held of the chasing pack in a blemish free round at San Domenico Golf to claim the Sergio Melpignano Senior Italian Open one stroke clear of Sweden’s Joakim Haeggman.
Having recorded four runner-up finishes in 2019 Kingston was delighted to have returned to the winner’s circle having come so close on many occasions.
The 2022 Legends Tour schedule incorporates the greatest amateur experience in golf with playing experiences that enable amateur golfers to play with former Ryder Cup captains and Major Champions! More details of our remaining packages at our Playing Experiences webpage.