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Peter Senior heads an all-star field at this year’s Coca-Cola Aust Seniors PGA championship at Richmond
Fresh off the plane from finishing in the top 10 at the US Champions Tour, Senior will be on the Richmond Course this Thursday, Friday and Saturday (November 12-14).
Senior heads an impressive field including Rodger Davis, Peter O’Malley,Terry Price, Mike Harwood, Tim Elliott, Ossie Moore against last year's defending champ, Simon Owen.
The field of 85 will by vying for a share in the $100,000 event - the richest prize purse in this championship.
Senior, who turned pro in 1978, has multiple wins under his belt, including the Australian Masters, Australian PGA twice, Canon Challenge (three times), NSW PGA, and Emirates Australian Open
Senior has won professional events on the main men's tour in five separate decades, a feat achieved by very few players previously anywhere in the world.
Catch him and the sterling field of golfers, including international players, on the glorious Richmond course this week.
PETER SENIOR finishes 2015 Champions tour campaign with a top 10.
PETER SENIOR put on a brave showing to finish tied for seventh in the Toshiba Classic, the final full field event on the US Champions Tour for 2015.
The 56 year old Aussie had rounds of 65-68-67 to end on 13-under, seven behind winner Duffy Waldorf, who won for the first time in his 73rd Champions Tour start.
Unfortunately, the result wasn’t enough to get Senior into the top 30 money winners list and into the limited field Charles Schwab Cup Championship this week in Arizona. Senior has had just four top ten finishes on the tour this year.
Still, it might see Senior arriving home in time to maybe play the Senior Australian PGA Championship at Richmond Golf Club in Western Sydney next week.
Senior finished 39th in the Charles Schwab standings, won by Colin Montgomerie with Jeff Maggert runner-up and Bernhard Langer third.
- Australian Senior Golfer
Pictured below: Rodger Davis, Peter O’Malley,Terry Price, Mike Harwood, Tim Elliott, last year's defending champ, Simon Owen and Ossie Moore.