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Ordina Legends in Golf
The Hague, The Netherlands 08 Sep 2000 - 10 Sep 2000
Grace captures second title
American John Grace claimed his second European Seniors Tour title in the space of a fortnight when he captured the Ordina Legends in Golf at Crayestein Golf Club in Holland. Grace fired a final round of 68 for a six under par total of 207, one clear of Northern Ireland’s David Jones, whose three putt from 30 feet on the 16th ultimately proved costly.
Final results & prize money
Grace, Jones on top in Holland
David Jones put an indifferent season behind him after a five under 66 took him to three under par and into a share of the lead with American John Grace going into the final round of the Ordina Legends in Golf event at Crayestein GC, Holland.
Round 2 Scores
Round 3 Tee Times
Creamer on course at Ordina Legends
Former England table-tennis player David Creamer is on course for a second European Seniors Tour victory after an opening 69, two under par, gave him a share of the first round lead in the Ordina Legends in Golf at Crayestein, Holland.
Round 1 Scores
Legends gather at Crayestein
The European Seniors Tour makes its third successive visit to Holland this week for the Ordina Legends in Golf which this year moves to Crayestein Golf Club for the first time. Sadly the tournament will miss the 1999 champion, Mike Slater who lost his battle against cancer earlier this year.
1st round tee-times
Ordina Legends in Golf Prize Money
Official Prize Money Breakdown of €165,000 for the Ordina Legends in Golf
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