World Senior Ch'ship


 

The World Senior Ch'ship

 
The World Senior Ch'ship 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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1978
Tennent-Caledonian
Jimenez, Joe
Whitecraigs
5 & 4
£2,000
Played as the World Professional Senior's Golf Championship (July 7; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions). Jimenez (USA) beat Paddy Skerritt (Ire) 5 and 4. [Whitecraigs GC, Glasgow, East Renfrewshire].
1977
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O'Connor, Christy
Bide-a-Wee
6 & 5
$4,000
Played as the World Professional Senior's Golf Championship (Oct 10; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions). Defending champion O'Connor Senior (Ire) beat Julian Boros (USA) 6 and 5. [Bide-a-Wee GC, Portsmouth, Virginia].
1976
Tennent-Caledonian
O'Connor, Christy
Whitecraigs
2 & 1
£1,500
Played as the World Professional Senior's Golf Championship (July 2; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions). O'Connor Snr (Ire) beat Pete Cooper (USA) 2 and 1. [Whitecraigs GC, Glasgow, East Renfrewshire].
1975
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Nagle, Kel
Bide-a-Wee
1 up
Played as the World Professional Senior's Golf Championship (Sept 7; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions). Nagle (Aus) beat Charlie Sifford (USA) by 1 hole. [Bide-a-Wee GC, Portsmouth, Virginia].
1974
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De Vicenzo, Roberto
Lundin
5 & 4
£1,000
Played as the World Professional Senior's Golf Championship (July 5; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions). De Vicenzo (Arg) beat Eric Lester (Eng) 5 and 4. [Lundin GC, Lundin Links, nr Leven, Fife].
1973
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Snead, Sam
Bide-a-Wee
41st hole
Played as the World Professional Senior's Golf Championship (Sept 10; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions). Defending champion Snead (USA) beat Kel Nagle (Aus) with a birdie at the 41st hole. [Bide-a-Wee GC, Portsmouth, Virginia].
1972
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Snead, Sam
Longniddry
3 & 2
Played as the World Professional Senior's Golf Championship (June 24; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions). Snead (USA) beat Ken Bousfield (Eng) 3 and 2. [Longniddry GC, East Lothian].
1971
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Nagle, Kel
Bide-a-Wee
4 & 3
Played as the World Professional Senior's Golf Championship (Sept 13; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions). Nagle (Aus) beat Julian Boros (USA) 4 and 3. [Bide-a-Wee GC, Portsmouth, Virginia].
1970
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Snead, Sam
Bide-a-Wee
3 & 2
Played as the World Professional Senior's Golf Championship (Sept 13; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions). Snead (USA) beat Max Faulkner (Eng) 3 and 2. [Bide-a-Wee GC, Portsmouth, Virginia].
1969
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Bolt, Tommy
Bide-a-Wee
39th hole
Played as the World Professional Senior's Golf Championship (Sept 7; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions). Bolt (USA) beat John Panton (Scot) at the 39th hole. [Bide-a-Wee GC, Portsmouth, Virginia].
1968
Teacher's
2 up
£600
Played as the Teacher International Senior Golf Championship (July 7; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Harper (USA) beat Max Faulkner (Eng) by 2 holes. [Downfield GC, Dundee, Angus].
1967
Teacher's
Panton, John
Wallasey GC
3 & 2
£500
Played as the Teacher International Senior Golf Championship (July 9; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Panton (Scot) beat Sam Snead (USA) 3 and 2. [Wallasey GC, The Wirral, Merseyside].
1966
Teacher's
Haas, Fred
Dalmahoy
3 & 2
£500
Played as the Teacher International Senior Golf Championship (July 3; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Haas (USA) beat Dai Rees (Wales) 3 and 2. [East course, Dalmahoy Hotel & CC, nr Edinburgh].
1965
Teacher's
Snead, Sam
Formby
37th hole
£500
Played as the Teacher International Senior Golf Championship (July 4; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Defending champion Snead (USA) beat Charlie Ward (Eng) at the 37th hole. [Formby GC, Formby, Merseyside].
1964
Teacher's
7 & 6
£500
Played as the Teacher International Senior Golf Championship (July 12; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Snead (USA) beat Syd Scott (Eng). [West course, Wentworth Club, Virginia Water, Surrey].
1963
Teacher's
Barron, Herman
St Annes Old Links
3 & 2
Played as the Teacher International Senior Golf Championship (July 7; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Barron (USA) beat George Evans (Eng) 3 and 2. [St Annes Old Links GC, Lytham St Annes, Lancs].
1962
Teacher's
Runyan, Paul
Prestwick
2 & 1
Played as the Teacher International Senior Golf Championship (July 6; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Runyan (USA) beat Sam King (Eng) for the second straight year, this time by 2 and 1. [Prestwick GC, Ayrshire, Scotland].
1961
Teacher's
Runyan, Paul
Fairhaven
3 & 1
Played as the Teacher International Senior Golf Championship (July 8; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Runyan (USA) beat Sam King (Eng) 3 and 1. [Fairhaven GC, Lytham, Lancs].
1960
Teacher's
Metz, Dick
Gleneagles
2 & 1
Played as the Teacher International Senior Golf Championship (July 3; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Metz (USA) beat Reg Horne (Eng) 2 and 1. [King's course, Gleneagles Hotel, Auchterarder, Perthshire].
1959
Teacher's
Goggin, Willie
Bruntsfield
5 & 3
Played as the Teacher International Senior Golf Championship (June 26; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Goggin (USA) beat Arthur Lees (Eng) 5 and 3. [Bruntsfield Links GS, Edinburgh, Scotland].
1958
Teacher's
Sutton, Norman
Wallasey GC
2 & 1
Played as the Teacher International Senior Golf Championship (June 25; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Sutton (Eng) beat Gene Sarazen (USA) 2 and 1. [Wallasey GC, The Wirral, Merseyside].
1957
Teacher's
Watrous, Al
Pollok GC
8 & 6
Played as the Teacher International Senior Golf Championship (June 28; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Watrous (USA) beat John Burton (Eng) 7 and 6. [Pollok GC, Glasgow, Scotland].
1956
Teacher's
Kenyon, Bob
Prenton GC
4 & 3
£150
Played as the Teacher International Senior Golf Championship (June 30; 36-hole match between the US PGA Senior Champion and a leading British senior professional; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Kenyon (Eng) beat Pete Burke (USA) 4 and 3. [Prenton GC, nr Birkenhead, Merseyside].
1955
Teacher's
Dutra, Mortie
Williamwood GC
2 up
Played as the Teacher International Senior Golf Championship (June 29; 36-hole match between the US PGA Senior Champion and a leading British senior professional; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Dutra (USA) beat John Burton (Eng) by 2 holes. [Williamwood GC, Clarkston, Glasgow, Scotland].
1954
Teacher's
Sarazen, Gene
Southport & Ainsdale
4 & 3
Played as the inaugural Teacher International Senior Professional Championship (Jun 30-July 1; 36-hole match between the US PGA Senior Champion and a leading British senior professional; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Sarazen (USA) beat Percy Alliss (Eng) 4 and 3. [Southport & Ainsdale GC, Southport, Merseyside].
 

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