(a) Former Winners of the Open Championship, US Open Championship, US Masters and US PGA Championship.
(b) Former Winners of the PGA European Tour Money List.
(c) Former Winners of the PGA Championship.
(a) Top 35 on PGA European Seniors Tour Money List for 2000.
(b) Top 35 on US Senior PGA Tour Official Money List for 2000.
(c) The leading 35 players and those tying for 35th place in the 2000 Senior British Open Championship.
(d) Winners on PGA European Seniors Tour and US Senior PGA Tour during 1999, 2000 and 2001.
(e) Winners of International Professional Tournaments which are or have been, part of PGA European Tour, US PGA Tour, Australian PGA Tour, Japan PGA Tour, South African Tour, for players in their first or second year as a Senior Golfer (ie. aged 50 or 51 years).
(f) Past Winners of the Amateur Championship and the United States Amateur Championship who retain amateur status.
(g) The current British Seniors Open Amateur Champion.
(h) The current US Senior Amateur Champion.
(i) The leading amateur player from the 2000 Senior British Open who completed all four Championship rounds.
(j) Past members of the Ryder Cup teams, for players in their first or second year as a Senior Golfer (ie. aged 50 or 51 years).
(k) The De Vere PGA Seniors Champion.
(l) Winners of the US Senior Open between 1991-2001 inclusive.
(m) Winners of the US PGA Senior Championship between 1991-2001 inclusive.
(n) The South African Seniors Open Champion.
(o) The Australian Seniors Open Champion.
(p) The Japanese Seniors Open Champion.
(q) Past winners of the Senior British Open.
(r) Winner of the 2000 PGA European Seniors Tour Qualifying School.
(s) First 5 and anyone tying for 5th place, who are not otherwise exempt, in the top 50 of the Official Money List of the PGA European Seniors Tour for 2001 as at 5th July 2001.
A maximum of 8 invitations.
THE CHAMPIONSHIP COMMITTEE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO CHANGE OR AMEND ANY OF THE ABOVE CONDITIONS