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Royal Troon GC
Turnberry, Ayrshire, Scotland 24 Jul 2008 - 27 Jul 2008
Vaughan seals Senior Open play-off win
American Bruce Vaughan staged a remarkable comeback to beat compatriot John Cook in a sudden death play-off to win The 2008 Senior Open Championship on a thrilling final day at Royal Troon.
Cook closing in on Senior Open crown
John Cook produced the joint lowest round of The Senior Open Championship so far to lead going into the final round at Royal Troon as the American gave himself the chance to banish the pain of missing out on The 1992 Open Championship.
Injured Vaughan enters the unknown at Troon
American Bruce Vaughan will enter unchartered territory after his level par 71 gave him the lead at the halfway mark of The Senior Open Championship – the first time he has topped a leaderboard going into the weekend.
Romero and Vaughan tied for the lead at Troon
Eduardo Romero’s affinity for The Senior Open Championship continued as the Argentine took a share of the lead with America’s Bruce Vaughan at Royal Troon after the pair left Greg Norman in their wake.
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Royal Troon awaits golfing greats
After his heroics at Royal Birkdale, Greg Norman heads to Royal Troon this week alongside some of the greatest names in golf, all attempting to write another chapter in the history of The Senior Open Championship presented by MasterCard.
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