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Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open
Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland 27 Aug 2004 - 29 Aug 2004
Longmuir lifts Charles Church Scottish Seniors Trophy
Scotland’s Bill Longmuir, with his 13 year old son Callum as caddy, claimed the Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open by a stroke from compatriot John Chillas and England’s Carl Mason. Longmuir recorded his second victory of the year on the European Seniors Tour after closing with a four under par 68 for a three round total of six under par at The Roxburghe.
Chillas and Good lead Charles Church Scottish Seniors
John Chillas continued to raise hopes of a Scottish victory in the Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open when he held onto the lead at The Roxburghe.
Overnight leader Chillas fired a second round one under par 71 but was joined at the top by Australian David Good, who shot a brilliant 64. They lead the European Seniors Tour event on five under par by a stroke from Italy’s Giuseppe Cali, who carded a 68.
Chillas Charms Home Fans in Charles Church Scottish Seniors
Scotland’s John Chillas says playing on the European Seniors Tour is “a heck of a nice office” and demonstrated why by taking the first round lead in the £150,000 Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open.
The 53 year old from Stirling posted a four under par 68 at The Roxburghe, near Kelso, to once again challenge for honours on the Seniors Tour.
Mason Hopes to Make up Ground in Charles Church Scottish Seniors
England’s Carl Mason competes in the Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open this week hoping to move a step closer to successfully defending his European Seniors Tour Order of Merit title. The £150,000 tournament tees off tomorrow at The Roxburghe. In form Mason, who has triumphed three times this season, lies second on the Merit list behind American Pete Oakley.
Gale Hoping to Force a Successful Defence of Scottish Seniors Open
Australian Terry Gale defends his Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open title this week buoyed by one victory already this season and still fresh with memories of last year's triumph
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The European Seniors Tour makes its first appearance of the season in Scotland this year for the Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open at The Roxburghe, near Kelso, from August 27-29. The Seniors Tour travels to some glorious destinations during the season but few are as significant as Scotland, where the sense of history and tradition of the game are overpowering.
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