Northern Electric Snrs


 

Northern Electric Snrs

 
Northern Electric Snrs tournament results, listed below, are sorted by year and feature the title sponsor, name of winner, golf tournament venue, score and prize money.  

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1996
Northern Electric
209
£9,700
Played as the Northern Electric Snrs Open. Second-placed Noel Ratcliffe (Aus) and Antonio Garrido (Esp) finished 4 shots behind Horton (Eng). [Slaley Hall Resort, Hexham, Northumberland].
1995
Northern Electric
Waites, Brian
215
£9,700
Played as the Northern Electric Seniors Open. Second-placed Bobby Verwey (RSA), Peter Butler (Eng), Noel Ratcliffe (Aus), Francisco Abreu (Esp) and Neil Coles (Eng) finished 2 shots behind Waites (Eng). [Slaley Hall Resort, Hexham, Northumberland].
1994
Northern Electric
Morgan, John
219
£8,330
Played as the Northern Electric Snrs Open. Morgan (Eng) beat Bernard Hunt (Eng) in a playoff. [Slaley Hall Resort, Hexham, Northumberland].
1993
Northern Electric
107
£6,750
Played as the Northern Electric Seniors Open. Second-placed Brian Waites (Eng) and Tim Horton (Eng) finished 1 shot behind Huggett (Wales). [Slaley Hall Resort, Hexham, Northumberland].
1992
Northern Electric
224
£6,250
Played as the Northern Electric Seniors Open. Huggett (Wales) beat David Jimenez (USA) in a playoff. [Slaley Hall Resort, Hexham, Northumberland].
 

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