Name:Dana C. Quigley
Born:April 14, 1947 in Lynnfield, Massachusetts.
Original/Home Club:Lynnfield Centre, MA
Played as the Greater Kansas City Golf Classic (Jun 30-Jul 2; formerly Bayer Advantage Classic). Second-placed David Edwards (USA) finished 3 shots behind defending champion Quigley (USA), who claimed the last of his 11 Champions Tour victories with a tournament record-equalling final round 63. [Nicklaus GC at LionsGate, Overland Park, nr Kansas City, KS].
Played as Wendy's Champions Skins Game (Feb 6; unofficial Champions Tr money event; four 2-man teams; alternate shot format). Raymond Floyd & Dana Quigley won with a total of 10 skins worth $510,000. Second was Jack Nicklaus & Tom Watson 8 skins worth $260,000. Gary Player (RSA) & Hale Irwin and Arnold Palmer & Peter Jacobsen were shutout with no skins. (All players from USA unless indicated otherwise). [Gold course, Wailea GC, Maui, Hawaii].
Quigley (USA) won the Jack Nicklaus Award as the Champions Tour Player of the Year, based on the votes of his peers.
Played as the MasterCard Championship (Jan 21-23; Champions Tour season-opener). Dana Quigley (USA) beat Tom Watson (USA) with a par at the third playoff hole, to win this event for the second time in three years. [Hualālai course, Hualālai Resort, Big Island, Hawaii].
Quigley (USA) won the Arnold Palmer Award as the Champions Tour 2005 leading money winner, with earnings of $2,170,258 on the Tour. Hale Irwin (USA) was second with $1,983,596; Mark McNulty (Zim/Ire) was third with $1,791,452.
Played as the Bayer Advantage Classic (June 10-12). Quigley (USA) beat Tom Watson (USA) and Gil Morgan (USA) with a birdie at the first playoff hole. Reduced to 36 holes due to rain; Monday finish required. [Nicklaus GC at LionsGate, Overland Park, nr Kansas City, KS].
Played as the MasterCard Championship (Jan 31-Feb 2; Champions Tour season-opener). Second-placed Larry Nelson (USA) finished 2 shots behind Dana Quigley (USA). [Hualālai course, Hualālai Resort, Big Island, Hawaii].
Played as the SBC Championship (Oct 18-20). Second-placed Bob Gilder (USA) finished 1 shot behind Quigley (USA). [Oak Hills CC, San Antonio, TX].
Played as the Hyundai Team Matches (Nov 16/17; unofficial post-season event involving four two-player teams from each of the LPGA, PGA and Snr PGA Tours; teams compete against other teams from their own tour). Defending champions Allen Doyle (USA) & Dana Quigley (USA) beat Bruce Fleisher (USA) & David Graham (Aus) 4 and 3 in the final of the Snr PGA Tour matches. [Monarch Beach Links, Dana Point, CA].
Played as the Siebel Classic in Silicon Valley (March 15-17). Second-placed Bob Gilder (USA) and Fuzzy Zoeller (USA) finished 1 shot behind Quigley (USA). [Coyote Creek GC, Morgan Hill, nr San Jose, California].
Played as the Hyundai Team Matches (Dec 6-9; unofficial post-season event involving four two-player teams from each of the LPGA, PGA and Snr PGA Tours; teams compete against other teams from their own tour). Allen Doyle (USA) & Dana Quigley (USA) beat Tom Watson (USA) & Andy North (USA) after 21 holes in the final of the Snr PGA Tour matches. [Monarch Beach Links, Dana Point, CA].
Played as the SBC Senior Open (July 20-22). Second-placed Jay Sigel (USA) finished 5 shots behind Quigley (USA). [Kemper Lakes GC, Kildeer, nr Chicago, Illinois].
Played as the TD Waterhouse Championship (May 19-21). Second-placed Tom Watson (USA) finished 1 shot behind Quigley (USA), who made a 12-foot birdie putt at the final hole to seal the win. [Tiffany Greens GC, Kansas City, Missouri].
Played as the Raley's Gold Rush Classic (Oct 16-18). Second-placed John Morgan (Eng) finished 3 shots behind Quigley (USA). [Serrano CC, El Dorado Hills, nr Sacramento, CA].
Played as the Emerald Coast Classic (Sept 4-6). Second-placed Jim Colbert (USA) finished 1 shot behind Quigley (USA). [The Moors GC, Milton, Florida].
Played as the Northville Long Island Classic (Aug 7-10). First-time Senior PGA Tour winner Quigley (USA) beat Jay Sigel (USA) with a par at the third playoff hole. [Meadow Brook Club, Jericho, Long Island, NY].
European Tour: 2021 marks the 50th and last season of the world renowned European Tour, launched in April 1972 at the Spanish Open. From 2022 the Tour will be sponsored by Dubai-based global supply chain and ports operator DP World, and will be known as the DP World Tour.
South African Open: December 2021 events in South Africa have again been impacted by the Covid pandemic. The South African Open (Dec 2-5) will no longer be played as a DP World Tour event, and the Alfred Dunhill Championship (Dec 9-12) has been cancelled.
Bernhard Langer: at age 64, Langer collected a record sixth Charles Schwab Cup, the only player to have won the season-long points chase more than twice. He also topped the PGA Tour Champions money-list for the 11th time out of a possible 13 since 2008.
Carlota Ciganda: the five-time Solheim Cup star was delighted to record a fourth Ladies European Tour win in her home national championship, the Ladies Spanish Open.
Lee Elder: Trailblazer, Ryder Cup player, four-time PGA Tour winner and eight-time Senior PGA Tour winner, Lee Elder died on November 28, aged 87. In 1975 he became the first African American golfer to play in the Masters tournament, and in so doing provided one of the pivotal moments in the history of professional golf.
Golf World Top 100: Best Golf Courses in Europe. From France to Spain to the Netherlands and Norway, the Golf World Top 100 panel reveals the places you have to play (published 20 October 2021).
New 27-hole golf complex to be built in southern Belgium
A new golf complex in southern Belgium, close to the border with Luxembourg, will start construction in June 2021.
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