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Tunisian Seniors Open
Port El Kantaoui GC
NONE, Tunisia 02 Oct 2003 - 04 Oct 2003
Good charges to second Seniors Tour Success
Australia's David Good carded a spectacular course record eight under par 64 to cruise to a five shot victory at the Tunisian Seniors Open at El Kantaoui. The 55 year old from Mornington, Victoria, started the final round tied with Argentina's Horacio Carbonetti but carded eight birdies and an eagle to finish five shots in front of Chile's Guillermo Encina on 18 under par 198.
Carbonetti and Good lead as Encina steals the Show
David Good and Horacio Carbonetti share the lead heading into the final round of the Tunisian Seniors Open at El Kantaoui Golf Club but Chile's Guillemo Encina stole the headlines after recording the longest hole-in-one in European Seniors Tour history.
Carbonetti and Longmuir hit hot form
Argentinas Horacio Carbonetti and Scotland's Bill Longmuir both produced golf almost as hot as the weather when they carded flawless rounds of seven under par 65 to move into a share of the lead after the first round of the Tunisian Seniors Open at El Kantaoui Golf Club.
Darcy Returns to Europe for Tunisian Seniors Open
Ireland's Eamonn Darcy makes a welcome return to the European Seniors Tour when he tees up in this week's Tunisian Seniors Open at El Kantaoui Golf Club. The former Ryder Cup star returns from his latest stint on the US Champions Tour in the United States to face the strongest field ever assembled for this Championship.
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