27 Jan The Senior Open Championship returns to Sunningdale Golf Club
The Senior Open Championship will return to Sunningdale Golf Club in 2015. Sunningdale’s Old Course previously staged the championship in 2009 when American Loren Roberts defeated compatriot Fred Funk and Ireland’s Mark McNulty in a play-off.
Last year The Senior Open Championship attracted record crowds of 45,575 as American Mark Wiebe defeated two-time Masters Champion Langer in a play-off at Royal Birkdale.
It will be another historic occasion this year when Wales welcomes its first Senior Major Championship, as the Senior Open Championship visits Royal Porthcawl Golf Club in Bridgend, from July 24-27.
The Championship will then return to Sunningdale from July 23-26, 2015 before heading to Carnoustie in 2016.
In addition to The Senior Open Championship, Sunningdale has also hosted the British Masters, the European Open, The Seve Trophy, the Walker Cup and international final qualifying for The Open Championship, as well as the Women’s British Open.
Tickets for The 2014 Senior Open Championship Presented by Rolex can be bought online via www.senioropengolf.com.