2009 European Senior Tour

The 2009 European Senior Tour was the 18th season of the European Senior Tour, the professional golf tour for men aged 50 and above operated by the PGA European Tour. Sam Torrance won one event and his third Order of Merit title.

Tournament results

The numbers in brackets after the winners' names show the number of career wins they had on the European Senior Tour up to and including that event. This is only shown for players who are members of the tour.

DateTournamentHost countryWinnerNotes
1 Mar Aberdeen Brunei Senior Masters Brunei United States Mike Cunning (1) New tournament
20 Mar DGM Barbados Open Barbados Scotland Sam Torrance (11)
10 May Son Gual Mallorca Senior Open Spain England Mark James (2) New tournament
24 May U.S. Senior PGA Championship United States United States Michael Allen (n/a) Champions Tour major
7 Jun Irish Seniors Open Ireland Wales Ian Woosnam (3)
14 Jun Jersey Seniors Classic Jersey Jamaica Delroy Cambridge (5)
21 Jun Ryder Cup Wales Seniors Open Wales South Africa Bertus Smit (1)
28 Jun The De Vere Collection PGA Seniors Championship England England Carl Mason (21)
26 Jul Senior Open Championship England United States Loren Roberts (n/a) Champions Tour major
2 Aug U.S. Senior Open United States United States Fred Funk (n/a) Champions Tour major.
Unofficial money on the EST
9 Aug Bad Ragaz PGA Seniors Open Switzerland South Africa John Bland (2)
23 Aug Cleveland Golf/Srixon Scottish Senior Open Scotland England Glenn Ralph (1)
6 Sep Travis Perkins plc Senior Masters England Zimbabwe Tony Johnstone (2)
20 Sep Casa Serena Open Czech Republic England Peter Mitchell (4)
18 Oct Benahavis Senior Masters Spain England Carl Mason (22) New tournament
8 Nov OKI Castellón Senior Tour Championship Spain Australia Mike Harwood (1)

For the tour schedule on the European Senior Tour's website, including links to full results, click here.

Leading money winners

Rank Player Country Prize money ()
1 Sam Torrance  Scotland 170,696
2 Ian Woosnam  Wales 167,316
3 Carl Mason  England 157,918
4 Glenn Ralph  England 150,723
5 Angel Franco  Paraguay 136,467
6 Peter Mitchell  England 128,045
7 Tony Johnstone  Zimbabwe 124,991
8 Bob Cameron  England 124,686
9 Mike Harwood  Australia 120,232
10 Bertus Smit  South Africa 116,656

There is a complete list on the official site here.

External links

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