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Roger Chapman made history in 2012, becoming the first European to win both the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship and U.S. Senior Open in the same season.

In 2012 Chapman became a two-time Senior Major Champion following victory at the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship and U.S. Senior Open. Those wins helped him to win the Legends Tour Order of Merit later that season. Chapman added to his Legends Tour victories with a win at the MCB Tour Championship – Seychelles.
 
Now residing in Ascot, Chapman was born in Kenya. Chapman won the English Amateur in 1979 and represented Great Britain & Ireland in the 1981 Walker Cup, beating Hal Sutton twice in one day. He would turn professional the following year and spent 20 years on the DP World Tour. After six runner-up finishes, Chapman won his first title on his 472nd Tour start, the 2000 Brazil Rio de Janeiro 500 Years Open.

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Senior Major Wins 2
Legends Tour Order of Merits 1
Legends Tour Wins 3
Professional Wins 7
Turned Pro 1981

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