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51st PGA Seniors Championship
The Stoke By Nayland Hotel, Golf & Spa
Colchester, Essex, England 06 Sep 2007 - 09 Sep 2007
Mason romps to PGA Seniors Championship
England's Carl Mason shot a fourth consecutive round of 67 to finish on 20 under par 268 at the Stoke-by-Nayland Club and win the PGA Seniors Championship by six shots from Italy's Costantino Rocca and France's Philippe Dugeny.
Mason leads Bland by four at PGA Seniors Championship
England's Carl Mason leads by four shots from South Africa's John Bland at the PGA Seniors Championship after he fired a third consecutive five under par 67 to finish on a 15 under par 201 total after 54 holes at the Stoke-by-Nayland Club.
Mason and Heuchan inseparable at The PGA Seniors
Carl Mason and Bruce Heuchan both shot second consecutive five under par 67s to lead on ten under par after 36 holes of the PGA Seniors Championship at The Stoke-by-Nayland Club, where Luis Carbonetti and Costantino Rocca trail by one shot.
Heuchan and Mason lead The PGA Seniors Championship
In-form Carl Mason shot an opening round of five under par 67 to co-lead the PGA Seniors Championship with Canada’s Bruce Heuchan at The Stoke-by-Nayland Club, where defending champion Sam Torrance shot a battling 70 to stay in the hunt.
Torrance teeing up a three-timer in PGA Seniors
Scotland’s Sam Torrance can add another notable achievement to his distinguished career should he win the PGA Seniors Championship, being held at The Stoke by Nayland Golf Club, for the third consecutive year.
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