Prostate Cancer UK Scottish Senior Open

Prostate Cancer UK
Scottish Senior Open
Tournament information
Location Dirleton, East Lothian, Scotland (2016)
Established 1993
Course(s) Archerfield Links (2016)
Tour(s) European Senior Tour
Current champion
Paul Eales

The Prostate Cancer UK Scottish Senior Open is a men's professional golf tournament for players aged 50 and above which is part of the European Senior Tour. It was founded in 1993. Since 2015 the event has been held on the Archerfield Links, Dirleton, East Lothian, Scotland.


YearWinnerCountryVenueScoreTo parMargin
of victory
Prostate Cancer UK Scottish Senior Open
2016 Paul Eales  England Archerfield Links 205 −11 1 stroke Australia Peter Fowler
Spain Santiago Luna
2015 Paul Broadhurst  England Archerfield Links 209 −7 Playoff Austria Gordon Manson
SSE Scottish Senior Open
2014 Mark Davis  England Fairmont St Andrews 211 −5 5 strokes England Philip Golding
Spain Pedro Linhart
Argentina César Monasterio
England David J Russell
2013 Santiago Luna  Spain Fairmont St Andrews 211 −5 1 stroke Republic of Ireland Denis O'Sullivan
Scotland Sam Torrance
2012 Anders Forsbrand  Sweden Fairmont St Andrews 199 −17 1 stroke England Philip Golding
Cleveland Golf/Srixon Scottish Senior Open
2011 Barry Lane (2)  England Fairmont St Andrews 202 −14 2 strokes United States Gary Koch
2010 Barry Lane  England Fairmont St Andrews 212 −4 4 strokes England Glenn Ralph
England Jim Rhodes
2009 Glenn Ralph  England Fairmont St Andrews 208 −8 1 stroke England Bob Cameron
Argentina Luis Carbonetti
Scottish Seniors Open
2008 Peter Mitchell  England Dalmahoy 207 −9 2 strokes Scotland Sam Torrance
Charles Church Scottish Seniors Open
2007 José Rivero  Spain Dalmahoy 206 −10 1 stroke Scotland Ross Drummond
2006 Sam Torrance  Scotland Dalmahoy 213 −3 1 stroke Scotland Bill Longmuir
2005 Nick Job  England Roxburghe 206 −10 1 stroke France Jean Pierre Sallat
2004 Bill Longmuir  Scotland Roxburghe 210 −6 1 stroke Scotland John Chillas
England Carl Mason
2003 Terry Gale  Australia Roxburghe 205 −11 2 strokes England Nick Job
New Zealand Barry Vivian
2002 Denis Durnian  England Roxburghe 206 −10 6 strokes England Neil Coles
Scotland Martin Gray
England Tommy Horton
United States Alan Tapie
Scottish Seniors Open
2001 David Oakley  United States Roxburghe 210 −6 Playoff England Keith MacDonald
The Scotsman Scottish Seniors Open
2000 Noel Ratcliffe  Australia Dalmahoy 205 −11 1 stroke Australia Trevor Downing
Dalmahoy Scottish Seniors Open
1999 Neil Coles  England Dalmahoy 206 −10 1 stroke United States Jerry Bruner
United States Jay Dolan
Golden Charter PGA Scottish Seniors Open
1998 David Huish  Scotland Dalmahoy 273 −15 Playoff Republic of Ireland David Jones
Scottish Seniors Open
1997 Tommy Horton (2)  England Newmachar 132 −12 9 strokes United States Jim Delich
1996 John Morgan  England Newmachar 209 −7 4 strokes England Tommy Horton
Shell Scottish Seniors Open
1995 Brian Huggett  Wales Royal Aberdeen 200 −10 2 strokes England Neil Coles
1994 Antonio Garrido  Spain Royal Aberdeen 201 −9 5 strokes Italy Renato Campagnoli
England Neil Coles
1993 Tommy Horton  England Royal Aberdeen 208 −2 5 strokes England Neil Coles
Wales Brian Huggett

The 1997 event was reduced from 54 to 36 holes because of the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales.

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