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Swiss Seniors Open

The Legends Tour is back this week at the picturesque Golf Club Bad Ragaz in Switzerland, surrounded by a stunning backdrop.

This is the 26th edition of the Swiss Seniors Open, which was first held in 1997.

Major winner Michael Campbell is one of the star attractions in the field, while Adilson Da Silva returns to defend the title he won here in 2023.

The Brazilian arrives in good form too, having won the OFX Irish Legends just last month.

As for the secret to success around Golf Club Bad Ragaz, Da Silva says: “It’s not a long golf course, but I think your tee shot and some of the putts are quite demanding. The par 3’s have small greens so you’ve got to hit the target because the surrounding grass can be quite tricky. If you miss the greens on the wrong side it is going to be very hard, but the greens are running so nice this week – if you get the line going, you can put a good score together.

“Returning to somewhere you have won, you can tend to put too much of a high expectation on yourself – so, you have got to hit shot by shot and try not to get ahead of yourself.”

Golf Club Bad Ragaz

Golf Club Bad Ragaz is a par-70 course of 6,100 yards and was first opened in 1905. Located in one of the River Rhein’s floodplains, it is a fairly flat test but one surrounded by impressive mountain scenery.

The course record stands at 61 and has been registered by four players: André Bossert, Angel Fernandez, Carl Mason and Juan Quiros.


See all the latest video's from the 2024 Swiss Seniors Open at Golf Club Bad Ragaz.


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