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Legend Kathy Whitworth inducted into the PGA of America Hall of Fame

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The first-round pairings of the Legends of the LPGA Cove Cay Invitational have been announced

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Legends of the LPGA Cove Cay Invitational Pro-Am Pairings are here!

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Legends of the LPGA is the official senior tour of the LPGA providing competitive opportunities for LPGA Tour professionals and eligible amateurs, age 45 and over. The tour was founded in 2000 by 25 veteran LPGA Tour professionals with the goal of continuing to showcase the talents of some of the greatest women golfers of all time.

Legends of the LPGA members, including 15 LPGA and World Golf Hall of Fame members, have combined for over 750 LPGA Tour victories including 84 major championships.

Legends of the LPGA has helped raise nearly $24 million for charity.

PGA TOUR Champions

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Newport Beach, CA • USA

Mar 22 - 24

The Galleri Classic

The Galleri Classic

Rancho Mirage, CA • USA

Mar 29 - 31

Invited Celebrity Classic

Invited Celebrity Classic

Irving, TX • USA

Apr 19 - 21

2024 Season

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MAR 22 - 24

Newport Beach CC

Newport Beach , CA • USA

MAR 29 - 31

The Galleri Classic  

Mission Hills Country Club

Rancho Mirage , CA • USA

APR 19 - 21

Invited Celebrity Classic  

Las Colinas Country Club

Irving , TX • USA

Mark Hensby

APR 26 - 28

Mitsubishi Electric Classic  

TPC Sugarloaf

Mitsubishi Electric Classic

Duluth , GA • USA

Stephen Ames

Insperity Invitational  

The Woodlands CC

Insperity Invitational

The Woodlands , TX • USA

Steven Alker

Regions Tradition  

Greystone G&CC

Regions Tradition

Birmingham , AL • USA

Steve Stricker

MAY 23 - 26

KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship  

Harbor Shores Resort

KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship

Benton Harbor , MI • USA

MAY 31 - JUN 2

Principal Charity Classic  

Wakonda Club

Principal Charity Classic

Des Moines , IA • USA

American Family Insurance Championship  

University Ridge GC

American Family Insurance Championship

Madison , WI • USA

JUN 21 - 23

DICK'S Sporting Goods Open  

DICK'S Sporting Goods Open

Endicott , NY • USA

Padraig Harrington

JUN 27 - 30

U.S. Senior Open Championship  

U.S. Senior Open Championship

Bernhard Langer

JUL 11 - 14

Kaulig Companies Championship  

Firestone CC

Kaulig Companies Championship

Akron , OH • USA

JUL 25 - 28

The Senior Open Championship presented by Rolex  

Carnoustie GC

The Senior Open Championship presented by Rolex

Carnoustie • SCO

August 2024

Boeing Classic  

The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge

Boeing Classic

Snoqualmie , WA • USA

AUG 16 - 18

Shaw Charity Classic  

Canyon Meadows G&CC

Shaw Charity Classic

Calgary, AB • CAN

AUG 23 - 25

The Ally Challenge  

Warwick Hills G&CC

The Ally Challenge

Grand Blanc , MI • USA

Vijay Singh

September 2024

Ascension Charity Classic  

Norwood Hills Country Club

Ascension Charity Classic

St. Louis , MO • USA

Steve Flesch

SEP 13 - 15

Sanford International  

Minnehaha Country Club

Sanford International

Sioux Falls , SD • USA

SEP 20 - 22

PURE Insurance Championship  

Pebble Beach Golf Links

PURE Insurance Championship

Monterey Peninsula , CA • USA

Thongchai Jaidee

October 2024

Constellation FURYK & FRIENDS  

Timuquana Country Club

Constellation FURYK & FRIENDS

Jacksonville , FL • USA

Brett Quigley

OCT 11 - 13

SAS Championship  

Prestonwood CC

SAS Championship

Cary , NC • USA

Rod Pampling

OCT 18 - 20

Dominion Energy Charity Classic  

The Country Club of Virginia

Dominion Energy Charity Classic

Richmond , VA • USA

Harrison Frazar

OCT 25 - 27

Simmons Bank Championship  

Pleasant Valley Country Club

Simmons Bank Championship

Little Rock , AR • USA

November 2024

Charles Schwab Cup Championship  

Phoenix Country Club

Charles Schwab Cup Championship

Phoenix , AZ • USA

December 2024

World Champions Cup  

The Concession Golf Club

World Champions Cup

Bradenton , FL • USA

United States

2025 PGA TOUR Champions Qualifying Tournament-Final Stage  

TPC Scottsdale (Champions)

2025 PGA TOUR Champions Qualifying Tournament-Final Stage

Scottsdale , AZ • USA

Cameron Percy

DEC 20 - 22

PNC Championship  

Ritz-Carlton GC

PNC Championship

Orlando , FL • USA

Cejka beats Harrington in play-off to win Senior Open

Cejka beats Harrington in play-off to win Senior Open

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Alex Cejka beats Padraig Harrington in play-off to win Senior Open at Royal Porthcawl

Alex Cejka beats Padraig Harrington in play-off to win Senior Open at Royal Porthcawl

The Senior Open Presented by Rolex | Day 4 Highlights

The Senior Open Presented by Rolex | Day 4 Highlights

South African legend set for Senior Open return

South African legend set for Senior Open return

Senior Open Qualifying - Entry Lists Available

Senior Open Qualifying - Entry Lists Available

Fourth UK Qualifying Venue added for Senior Open Presented by Rolex

Fourth UK Qualifying Venue added for Senior Open Presented by Rolex

Carnoustie Golf Links to host 2024 Senior Open

Carnoustie Golf Links to host 2024 Senior Open

Vale Resort announced as Official Hotel to The Senior Open 

Vale Resort announced as Official Hotel to The Senior Open 

Bernhard Langer and Miguel Ángel Jiménez set for Senior Open return

Bernhard Langer and Miguel Ángel Jiménez set for Senior Open return

Former Ryder Cup Captains set for Senior Open

Former Ryder Cup Captains set for Senior Open

British Heart Foundation Wales appointed Official Charity of The Senior Open

British Heart Foundation Wales appointed Official Charity of The Senior Open

Ian Woosnam relishing Wales homecoming for Senior Open

Ian Woosnam relishing Wales homecoming for Senior Open

Pádraig Harrington set for Royal Porthcawl return for Senior Open

Pádraig Harrington set for Royal Porthcawl return for Senior Open

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Order of merit leaders, the latest rankings from the 2022 season.

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Adilson DA SILVA

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James KINGSTON

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Ricardo GONZALEZ

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Patrik SJÖLAND

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Phillip ARCHER

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Michael JONZON

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Greig HUTCHEON

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Senior major champions, legends tour members with major honours.

Senior Major winner - Miguel Ángel Jiménez

Miguel Ángel JIMÉNEZ

In 2018 secured two senior Major titles within three months - the Regions Tradition followed by a memorable win at St Andrews in The Senior Open presented by Rolex.

Senior Major winner - Vijay Singh

Vijay SINGH

Lifted his first Senior Major title in 2018 after beating American Jeff Maggert in a two-hole play-off to win the Senior Players Championship.

Senior Major winner - Paul Broadhurst

Paul BROADHURST

Famously triumphed by three shots at the Senior Open Championship at Carnoustie in 2016. Won his second Senior Major at the 2018 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship.

Senior Major winners - Bernhard Langer

Bernhard LANGER

Has been a dominant force on the over-50s circuit and is the most prolific Senior Major Championship winner with ten victories - more than anyone else.

Senior Major winners - Colin Montgomerie

Colin MONTGOMERIE

Won his first senior Major at the Senior PGA Championship in 2014 and two months later won a second at the U.S. Senior Open. Added a third when he defended his Senior PGA Championship title in 2015.

Senior Major Winner - David Frost

David FROST

Won his maiden Senior major at the 2013 Regions Tradition, finishing a single stroke ahead of Fred Couples to claim his first major title in his 17th attempt.

Senior Major winner - Roger Chapman

Roger CHAPMAN

Made history in 2012 by becoming the first European to win both the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship and U.S. Senior Open in the same season, becoming a two-time senior Major Champion.

Senior Major Winner - Mark McNulty 

Mark MCNULTY

Claimed a first senior Major title at the 2007 Regions Traditions where he romped to an emphatic five stroke win.

Senior Major winner - Mark James

Became the first European player to win an American senior Major with victory at the Senior Players Championship.

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What Is The Legends Tour?

What Is The Legends Tour? A closer look at what used to be called the European Seniors Tour and Staysure Tour

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What Is The Legends Tour?

Formerly known as the European Seniors Tour and the Staysure Tour, the Legends Tour is the men’s professional golf tour for members aged 50 and older. Five years after the first edition of The Senior Open, won by Neil Coles in 1987, more than 60 professionals called for a formally structured Tour, which was then created in 1992.

The Legends Tour features a strong playing membership that includes former Major winners, world number ones and Ryder Cup players and captains. Players compete for the John Jacobs Trophy, which is awarded to the golfer who finishes first on the Legends Tour Order of Merit each season.

You can get up close and personal with Legends at world-class destinations across Europe, the United States and Africa by getting your Legends Tour 2022 tickets .

Past winners (full list below) include Scotland legends Colin Montgomerie and Sam Torrance, as well as former Masters champion and world number one, Ian Woosnam.

A host of other big names and former DP World Tour champions compete on the Legends Tour, including Thomas Bjørn, Paul McGinley, Paul Lawrie, Michael Campbell, and America’s Tom Lehman.

Former Europe Ryder Cup captain, Paul McGinley, in Legends Tour action

Who Owns The Legends Tour?

In 2020, the Staysure Tour was rebranded the Legends Tour under a new ownership structure. This was part of a ground-breaking agreement between the European Tour and Staysure founder and group CEO Ryan Howsam.

Under the agreement, Howsam, who founded insurance firm Staysure in 2004, took a majority equity share in the Legends Tour. Howsam, a golf fanatic, also owns and invests in companies in sport, insurance, tech, food and media.

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Ryan Howsam, CEO Staysure and Legends Tour 

What Is The Alliance Series?

A number of Legends Tour events (see below) will take place in ‘Alliance’ format, which offers amateur golfers (max handicap 18 for men and 24 for women) the opportunity to compete alongside the Legends of the game and live the life of a pro – on and off the golf course.

There are six confirmed Alliance Series events in 2022. At these tournaments, amateur golfers get to play a minimum of two competitive rounds during the Championship, alongside different pros in front of crowds and the television cameras.

It costs between £8,000 and £12,000 to enter a tournament. As well as the playing experience, the package offers inside-the-ropes access at the tournament, hospitality, and use of the players lounge.

What Is The Celebrity Series?

The Celebrity Series provides another unique playing experience, where amateur golfers get to play with personalities from sport, business and media the day before the tournament gets underway. A Celebrity Series team consists of two amateurs, one Legend and one celebrity. The cost is £2,500 per person or £5,000 per team of two amateurs.

It’s a package that comes with all the trimmings, including inside-the-ropes access at the tournament, use of the players lounge and locker room, and post-round hospitality with the Legends.

The Celebrity Series attracts a number of familiar faces from the world of sport and media 

What Is The Championship Pro-Am?

There’s a third opportunity for amateur golfers to experience the life of a pro golfer within the Legends Tour set-up  – the Championship Pro-Am. This takes place ahead of the competitive tournament days, and costs £3,500 per team (three amateurs and one professional). Individual places can be purchased for £1,000.

Legends Tour Schedule 2022

The Legends Tour has returned stronger and boasts an international schedule with tournaments taking place across a variety of different countries and continents. The Tour will come to a conclusion in the exotic climes of the Indian Ocean, with the ‘Indian Ocean Swing’. Firstly, The MCB Tour Championship Seychelles will be played at Constance Lemuria, Praslin, Seychelles, on December 2-4, 2022, while the MCB Tour Championship Mauritius will return to the Legends Course at Constance Belle Mare Plage, Poste de Flacq, Mauritius, the following week where players will compete for a minimum prize fund of €500,000.

A number of other events and venues complement a growing roster of top top-class tournaments on the Legends Tour in 2022, and there’s a lot of golf to be played before the Order of Merit winner gets crowned in Mauritius. And along the way, the players will be competing for record prize funds totalling over €15 million.

6-8 May 2022, Riegler & Partner Legends, Golf Club Murhof, Frohnleiten, Austria

26-29 May 2022, Kitchenaid Senior PGA Championship, Benton Harbor, Michigan, United States

9-12 June 2022, Jersey Legends, La Moye Golf Club, Jersey

17-19 June 2022, Farmfoods European Legends Links Championship hosted by Ian Woosnam, Trevose Golf & Country Club, England

23-26 June 2022, US Senior Open, Saucon Valley Country Club, Bethlehem, United States

8-10 July 2022, Swiss Seniors Open, Golf Club Bad Ragaz, Bad Ragaz, Switzerland

15-17 July 2022, WINSTONopen, WINSTONgolf, Vorbeck, Germany

21-24 July 2022, The Senior Open Presented By Rolex, The King's Course, Gleneagles, Scotland

28-31 July 2022, The JCB Championship, JCB Golf & Country Club, Uttoxeter, England

The glorious JCB Golf & Country Club will host the 2022 JCB Championship on the Legends Tour in July 

16-20 August 2022, Irish Legends presented by McGinley Foundation, RosapenHotel & Golf Resort, Ireland

24-28 August 2022, Staysure PGA Seniors Championship, Formby Golf Club, England

15-17 September 2022, Legends Open de France hosted by Jean Van de Velde, Golf de Saint-Cloud, Paris, France

14-16 October 2022, Farmfoods European Senior Masters hosted by Peter Baker, La Manga Club, Murcia, Spain

20-23 October 2022, Italian Senior Open, Argentario Golf Resort & Spa, Italy

1-4 December 2022, MCB Tour Championship Seychelles, Constance Lemuria, Seychelles

9-11 December 2022, MCB Tour Championship – Mauritius, Constance Belle Mare Plage, Mauritius

Legends Tour Past Winners

2021, Stephen Dodd, Wales (main picture) 2019, Phillip Price, Wales 2018, Paul Broadhurst, England 2017, Clark Dennis, USA 2016, Paul Broadhurst, England 2015, Colin Montgomerie, Scotland 2014, Colin Montgomerie, Scotland 2013, Paul Wesselingh, England 2012, Roger Chapman, England 2011, Peter Fowler, Australia 2010, Boonchu Ruangkit, Thailand 2009, Sam Torrance, Scotland 2008, Ian Woosnam, Wales 2007, Carl Mason, England 2006, Sam Torrance, Scotland 2005, Sam Torrance, Scotland 2004, Carl Mason, England 2003, Carl Mason, England

Colin Montgomerie won the Order of Merit title in 2014 and 2015

2002, Seiji Ebihara, Japan 2001, Ian Stanley, Australia 2000, Noel Ratcliffe, Australia 1999, Tommy Horton, England 1998, Tommy Horton, England 1997, Tommy Horton, England 1996, Tommy Horton, England 1995, Brian Barnes, Scotland 1994, John Morgan, England 1993, Tommy Horton, England 1992, John Fourie, South Africa

To find out more about the Legends Tour, visit legendstour.com

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PGA Tour Champions also known as the Senior Tour in 2023. Photo taken on the green at En-Joie Golf Club at the Dick's Sporting Goods Championship. Audience is watching the golfers approach the green.

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The PGA Tour Champions (commonly known as the Champions Tour) is a senior golf tour specifically made for golfers above the age of 50. The Professional Golfers Association officially founded the tour over 40 years ago in 1980.

The beauty of golf is that it ages like fine wine. You’re never too old to play golf! Even if you want to play in a USGA Senior Amateur Championship .

This article goes in-depth about the senior golf tour five major tournaments. It highlights renowned championships, golfer stats, and a few fun facts.  However, for a more detailed review of the PGA TOUR Champions, you’ll want to read our ultimate guide .

Origin & History of the Senior Golf Tour

PGA Tour Champions, senior tour at the En-Joie Golf Club

The Senior PGA Championship has been unofficially active since 1937 as a high-profile tournament. It was exclusive for golfers above the age of 50. 

However, in 1978, a profitable tournament between teams of the best senior golfers called the ‘Legends of Golf’ gave birth to the idea of an official senior golf tour.

The PGA formally established the ‘Senior PGA Tour’ in 1980. This senior tour was designed for golfers aged 50 and above to showcase their talent. 

The 1980 tour consisted of only four events. For comparison, the 2021 tour consisted of 25 events. A lot has changed over the years!

The total prize money in 1980 was $475,000, which would be worth $1,707,901 today.

The next ten years, from 1980-1990, saw a considerable increase in the popularity of the senior tournament. The 1990 season consisted of thirty-eight official events with four major tournaments. 

The entire prize money for the 1990 season was a whopping $17.8 million. In 2022, this prize money would be worth around $40,349,753.63 ! 

Fun Fact: Lee Trevino won 7 tournaments in the 1990 senior golf tour season. The most during the season.

Evolution of the PGA Tour Champions Name

In 2002, the tour was renamed the ‘Champions Tour’ till the 2015 season. The name PGA Tour Champions was adopted for the 2016 tour and onwards. 

Qualifying & Playing on the Senior Golf Tour

Competitors in the senior golf tour have to play multiple tournaments throughout the season. These events are usually played over three rounds or 54 holes. 

However, the five major championships of the tour are played over four rounds (72 holes) and have a 36-hole cut. Playing an additional round ensures bringing the best talent to the top of the standings.

Fun Fact: The average male golfer is estimated to hit a 219-yard drive. While the Senior Golf Tour’s average driving distance in 2022 was 282.0 yards . The longest drive of the tour was 308.8 yards by Padraig Harrington.

Senior Tour Age

With age comes wisdom. And the opportunity to qualify for the senior golf tour!

Here are a few requirements to qualify for the PGA Tour Champions:

  • The Senior Tour age requirement is 50 years old minimum.
  • Compete and qualify in the 72-hole Regional Qualifying Stage.
  • All successful qualifiers and exempt players must come in the top 12 of the Final Qualifying Stage between 78 golfers.

Spots in the Senior Golf Tour

Understanding the qualification system of the PGA Tour Champions is complicated, and hardly anyone understands it, according to Bobby Clampett , a professional Golf player, and analyst.

PGA Champions from previous years make up 30 of the 81 players on the field. Another 30 spots are given to players in the top 70 of the PGA Tour and Tour Champions.

The rest of the players include the World Golf Hall of Fame members and winners of previous PGA tours. 

Players competing in the qualifying sessions also have a few spots reserved for them.

The 5 Senior Major Golf Championships & Their Winners

PGA Senior Tour with Senior Golfers making their final putts on the En-Joie Golf Course in NY

The Senior Major championships are a big deal in the tour. The best of the best golfers participate in Majors. Meaning that only players that meet certain criteria are given a spot in the Major tournament.

Major champions have their names go down in history books. This is one of the reasons why golfers praise Major events.  

There are five major championships in the PGA Tour Champions. These championships differ from the other tours as they are played over four rounds (as opposed to 3 in the standard events). 

Here are the five majors of the PGA Tour Champions, along with their relevant winners.

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1. Senior PGA Championship 

The Senior PGA Championship is the oldest of the five senior major championships. The Championship was established in 1937. 

It was first played at the Augusta National Golf Course in Georgia, United States. 

The event was one of the four events in the inaugural of the PGA Tours Championship in 1980. The Championship event was played in Florida in 1980. Over the next 42 years, the event has taken place on 17 different courses in various cities.

The eligibility criteria for the Senior PGA Championship are slightly different. The criterion includes:

  • The previous winners of the Senior PGA Championship. 
  • Winners of other major tournaments are also eligible.  
  • Members of the Ryders Cup team and top European and Japanese Senior Tour players can also qualify.

2022 Senior PGA Championship Winner: Steven Alker won the 2022 Championship held in Michigan.

Most wins in the Senior PGA Championship: Since 1980, the record number of wins in this championship is held by Hale Irwin . Irwin claimed the trophy in 1996, 1997, 1998, and 2004. 

2. The Tradition

The Tradition, or the Regions Tradition , is one of the five senior major championships. This championship was established in 1989 in Arizona. In 2003 the event relocated to Oregon and has since moved to Alabama. 

The event is now hosted at the Greystone Golf and Country Club in Birmingham, Alabama. where players complete four rounds on the course and play 72 holes. 

The most recent event was held in 2022, marking its 30th year of play.

2022 Regions Tradition Winner: Steve Stricker took the trophy for the 2022 Tradition championship. The winner earned $375,000 for his victory in the tour. 

Most wins in the Regions Tradition: The record for the most number of wins in the Tradition is held by Jack Nicklaus . Nicklaus won the championship four times: in 1990, 1991, 1995, and 1996. 

3. U.S. Senior Open

Senior Golf Tour: US Open 2013.  By: Jonathan Palombo Photography

The U.S. Senior Open is one of the most renowned five major championships in the PGA Tour Champions. The championship is administered by the United St ates Go lf Association . The PGA has recognized it as a major championship since its establishment.  

The championship was introduced in 1980 and was one of the four events in the first PGA Tour Champions in New York. It is currently played at the Saucon Valley Country Club in Pennsylvania.

The US Senior Open is open for both amateurs and professionals. However, experienced players tend to dominate the championship, like any other. 

2022 U.S. Senior Open Winner: The most recent champion is Padraig Harrington . He received  $720,000 for his winning share.

Most wins in the U.S. Senior Open: The record for most wins in the event is held by Mille r Barber , who won 3 events in 1982, 1984, and 1985. 

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4. Senior Players Championship

The Senior Players Championship is currently known as the Kaulig Companies Championship. It is also recognized as a major championship in the PGA Tour Champions. 

The Championship was first held in 1983, 3 years after the establishment of the PGA Senior Golf Tour. It was most recently held at the Firestone Country Club in Ohio. 

2022 Senior Players Championship Winner: The 2022 champion was Jerry Kelly , who received $450,000 for his victory in the event. 

Most wins in the Senior Players Championship: Bernhard Langer holds the record for winning the most trophies in the Senior Players Championship. He won the majors consecutively in 2014, 2015, and 2016.

5. The Senior Open Championship

The Senior Open Championship was recognized as a major in the PGA Tour Champions much later in 2003. 

The Championship was established in 1987 in the United Kingdom. Currently, it’s known as the Senior Open Championship by Rolex for sponsorship reasons.

Fun Fact: The Senior Open Championship i s the only senior major championship in the PGA seniors tour held outside the United States.

2022 Senior Open Championship by Rolex Winner: The 2022 champion for the Senior Open Championship is Darren Clarke. He earned $432,080 for winning the major title.

Most wins in the Senior Open Championship by Rolex: Bernhard Langer also holds the title for most wins in Senior Open Championship. He won the tournaments in 2010, 2014, 2017, and 2019.

Other Noteworthy Senior Tours

Everyone deserves to play competitive golf. At every stage and age. 

Let’s have a look at some well-known senior tours. 

Legends of the LPGA (Women’s Senior Golf Tour)

Legends of the LPGA is a women’s senior golf tour. It’s a tour of the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) for women over the age of 45.

The tour was established in 2000 by 25 retired LPGA players who modeled it after the men’s senior tour. 

From its initial days, the tour grew from two annual events to eleven events in 2013. 

In 2017, the Senior LPGA Championship was also inaugurated. This tournament is an annual tour event alongside the Senior Women’s Open. 

2022 Senior LPGA Winner: Karrie Webb won the 2022 Senior LPGA championship. She got prize money of $60,000 for her win.

Most wins in the Senior LPGA Championship: Trish Johnson holds the most wins in the Senior LPGA Championship. She won the championship twice in 2017 and 2021.

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Senior Amateur Golf Tour

Senior Amateur Golfer preparing for his fairway shot with his iron

The Senior Amateur Golf Tour was established in 1999 for amateur players above the age of 50. 

It’s open to play for golfers of all skill levels. The only requirement is to be above the age of 50 and get a membership.

Players can get a membership to play in their local flights. Membership cards cost between $85 to $100 annually. The price variation depends on your location.

Moreover, you’ll need to pay a tournament fee to enter each tournament. The price again varies on your location but ranges from $65 to $100. 

Note: This price includes your green fee, golf cart, and range balls. The winning prize is also calculated from the tournament fee.

Players earn points by regularly playing in their local flights. 

Players can then compete in stroke-play tournaments locally. The tour concludes with a National Tour Championship. 

Top amateur players from across the country can compete with each other for the title. The golfers need a set number of points to qualify for the National Championship.

The Sunbelt Senior Golf Tour

The Sunbelt Senior Golf Tour was one of the most recognized golf tours to prepare yourself for the PGA Tour Champions or the European Senior Tour. Although no longer active, this Senior Golf Tour allowed golfers ages 49 and above to experience a competitive senior golf tournament beforehand.

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The five senior majors on the PGA Tour Champions are the Senior PGA Championship, The Tradition (Regions Tradition), U.S. Senior Open, The Senior Players Championship, and the Senior Open Championship.

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The Senior Tour age requirement is to be at least 50 years old.

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Legends of the LPGA is the official senior tour of the Ladies Professional Golf Association. You must be 45 years old at a minimum to be eligible.

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Disney Legend Honorees 2024, announced March 19, 2024.

The Walt Disney DIS Company just announced the most recent slate of “Legends” to be honored at their D23 event this summer. It’s a star-studded lineup featuring household name talent, but at least one name on this year’s list famously never had much use for industry awards and spent most of his career not just avoiding the limelight, but disparaging many aspects of the entertainment business as imposing unacceptable compromises on creators.

This year’s honorees include costume designer Colleen Atwood, actress Angela Basset, longtime park tour guide Martha Blanding, writer/producer James L. Brooks, director James Cameron, actress Jamie Lee Curtis, musical star Miley Cyrus, actor Harrison Ford, animator Mark Henn, Muppet-master Frank Oz, talk show host Kelly Ripa, theme park designing Imagineer Joe Rohde, film composer John Williams, and comic book artist Steve Ditko.

It is truly an all-boldface list. Most companies would be lucky to have one or two of these people among their contributors, and all of them are due whatever honors Disney wants to present to them when they enroll them in the Disney Legends roster, which includes Tim Allen, Dame Julie Andrews, Howard Ashman, Kristen Bell, Robert Downey Jr., Annette Funicello, Whoopi Goldberg, Sir Elton John, Dame Angela Lansbury, George Lucas, Steve Martin, Alan Menken, Hayley Mills, Fess Parker, Ellen Pompeo, Robin Roberts, Marty Sklar, Dick Van Dyke, Barbara Walters, Ming-Na Wen, Betty White, and Robin Williams among its 318 members.

Comic artist and storyteller Steve Ditko (1927-2018) is one of the honorees as a Disney Legend, ... [+] 2024.

Among this year’s honorees is Steve Ditko (1927-2018), an artist for Marvel Comics, which Disney acquired in 2009. Ditko was the visual storyteller who told Spider-Man’s earliest stories, including his origin, and the first several years of comics introducing almost all the title’s greatest villains and characters. His work laid the groundwork for the character's enduring success and his issues are recognized as some of the greatest comics ever done.

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Steve Ditko's foundational work on Spider-Man in the 1960s laid the groundwork for the character's ... [+] enduring success and is recognized as some of the greatest comics ever done.

He is also creator of Doctor Strange, a series where he did some of the most visually stunning and ambitious work of the 1960s. He started working for the company when it was still called Atlas, drawing suspense and monster stories before the arrival of superheroes in the early 1960s, but proved to be a fan-favorite on titles including T he Incredible Hulk and Iron Man (where he designed the iconic red and gold armor), as well as The Amazing Spider-Man and Strange Tales .

Steve Ditko's work on Doctor Strange expanded the visual vocabulary of the medium and captured the ... [+] imagination of readers.

Ditko left Marvel in 1966 following a dispute with editor Stan Lee over writing credits and creative direction. He spent decades working on comics and creating characters for other publishers including Charlton ( Blue Beetle, The Question, Captain Atom) , DC ( The Creeper, Shade the Changing Man ), and Pacific Comics, while also pioneering comics self-publishing for work showcasing his fascination with the work of philosopher Ayn Rand ( Mister A, Avenging World ). When he returned to Marvel for a stint in the 1970s and 80s, he declined to work on his most famous characters, but did end up drawing the first appearance of Squirrel Girl, who has since become a fan favorite.

Despite his vast creative achievements, Ditko was no fan of the comics business or the people who ran it. In numerous self-published visual essays over the years, he decried the compromised values of the industry, the self-regard of its leading lights (especially his erstwhile collaborator Stan Lee), and the fandom that put people like him on a pedestal.

“What would my uncle think about this award?” said Ditko’s nephew Mark when asked for a reaction to this news. “Anyone who really knew him would know the answer to that question without hesitation. Bluntly, he wouldn’t let it even ever-so-slightly break his stride or influence him in any way. He didn’t do what he did for awards, or status, or fame. He was motivated by his own passion to do what he loved, and he didn’t need anyone to tell him whether or not he accomplished it.”

“Awards bleed the artist and make us compete against each other. They are the most horrible things in the world.” - Steve Ditko

After attending the very first comic convention ever held (1964, New York), he never again showed his face at any such gathering. When San Diego Comic-Con bestowed an Inkpot Award on him in 1987, he acidly replied “Awards bleed the artist and make us compete against each other. They are the most horrible things in the world. How dare you accept this on my behalf!”

He never sold his original artwork despite the incredible prices it would have realized on the market, and considered the people who trafficked in the pages he drew for Marvel thieves. Even his most ardent admirers and collaborators found him difficult to work with, especially if they ran afoul of his deeply held principles.

Notwithstanding his uncle’s attitudes, Mark Ditko continued that the family “truly appreciate it, and see it as an appropriate acknowledgement regarding his role in the establishment of the foundations of the Marvel Universe. This honor aligns with our desire to let others around the world know who Steve Ditko was, and the contributions that he gave to the Comic Industry.”

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Moscow metro private tours.

  • 2-hour tour $87:  10 Must-See Moscow Metro stations with hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • 3-hour tour $137:  20 Must-See Moscow Metro stations with Russian lunch in beautifully-decorated Metro Diner + hotel pick-up and drop off. 
  • Metro pass is included in the price of both tours.

Highlight of Metro Tour

  • Visit 10 must-see stations of Moscow metro on 2-hr tour and 20 Metro stations on 3-hr tour, including grand Komsomolskaya station with its distinctive Baroque décor, aristocratic Mayakovskaya station with Soviet mosaics, legendary Revolution Square station with 72 bronze sculptures and more!
  • Explore Museum of Moscow Metro and learn a ton of technical and historical facts;
  • Listen to the secrets about the Metro-2, a secret line supposedly used by the government and KGB;
  • Experience a selection of most striking features of Moscow Metro hidden from most tourists and even locals;
  • Discover the underground treasure of Russian Soviet past – from mosaics to bronzes, paintings, marble arches, stained glass and even paleontological elements;
  • Learn fun stories and myths about Coffee Ring, Zodiac signs of Moscow Metro and more;
  • Admire Soviet-era architecture of pre- and post- World War II perious;
  • Enjoy panoramic views of Sparrow Hills from Luzhniki Metro Bridge – MetroMost, the only station of Moscow Metro located over water and the highest station above ground level;
  • If lucky, catch a unique «Aquarelle Train» – a wheeled picture gallery, brightly painted with images of peony, chrysanthemums, daisies, sunflowers and each car unit is unique;
  • Become an expert at navigating the legendary Moscow Metro system;
  • Have fun time with a very friendly local;
  • + Atmospheric Metro lunch in Moscow’s the only Metro Diner (included in a 3-hr tour)

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Metro stations:.

Komsomolskaya

Novoslobodskaya

Prospekt Mira

Belorusskaya

Mayakovskaya

Novokuznetskaya

Revolution Square

Sparrow Hills

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Victory Park

Slavic Boulevard

Vystavochnaya

Dostoevskaya

Elektrozavodskaya

Partizanskaya

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  • Drop-off  at your hotel, Novodevichy Convent, Sparrow Hills or any place you wish
  • + Russian lunch  in Metro Diner with artistic metro-style interior for 3-hour tour

Fun facts from our Moscow Metro Tours:

From the very first days of its existence, the Moscow Metro was the object of civil defense, used as a bomb shelter, and designed as a defense for a possible attack on the Soviet Union.

At a depth of 50 to 120 meters lies the second, the coded system of Metro-2 of Moscow subway, which is equipped with everything you need, from food storage to the nuclear button.

According to some sources, the total length of Metro-2 reaches over 150 kilometers.

The Museum was opened on Sportivnaya metro station on November 6, 1967. It features the most interesting models of trains and stations.

Coffee Ring

The first scheme of Moscow Metro looked like a bunch of separate lines. Listen to a myth about Joseph Stalin and the main brown line of Moscow Metro.

Zodiac Metro

According to some astrologers, each of the 12 stops of the Moscow Ring Line corresponds to a particular sign of the zodiac and divides the city into astrological sector.

Astrologers believe that being in a particular zadiac sector of Moscow for a long time, you attract certain energy and events into your life.

Paleontological finds 

Red marble walls of some of the Metro stations hide in themselves petrified inhabitants of ancient seas. Try and find some!

  • Every day each car in  Moscow metro passes  more than 600 km, which is the distance from Moscow to St. Petersburg.
  • Moscow subway system is the  5th in the intensity  of use (after the subways of Beijing, Tokyo, Seoul and Shanghai).
  • The interval in the movement of trains in rush hour is  90 seconds .

What you get:

  • + A friend in Moscow.
  • + Private & customized Moscow tour.
  • + An exciting pastime, not just boring history lessons.
  • + An authentic experience of local life.
  • + Flexibility during the walking tour: changes can be made at any time to suit individual preferences.
  • + Amazing deals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in the very best cafes & restaurants. Discounts on weekdays (Mon-Fri).
  • + A photo session amongst spectacular Moscow scenery that can be treasured for a lifetime.
  • + Good value for souvenirs, taxis, and hotels.
  • + Expert advice on what to do, where to go, and how to make the most of your time in Moscow.

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Senior vice dean joão gomes joins dean erika james in hong kong.

A celebratory atmosphere filled the Rosewood Hong Kong on March 12, as 175 members of the Wharton community gathered for a night of learning and networking. Attendees were surrounded by breathtaking waterfront views, as Chief Advancement Officer Bill Bole delivered welcoming remarks, igniting the crowd’s enthusiasm.

Kenny Lam, W’96, chair of the Executive Board for Asia, introduced Dean Erika James to the stage. Dean James thanked Lam and recognized the influence Wharton’s Hong Kong alumni population has on the city’s key industries, such as tourism and financial services.

“Powered by your Wharton education,” Dean James said, “you have become a driving force in the city’s economic growth.”

Then, the dean told attendees that, despite how challenging the past few months have been for the University of Pennsylvania and higher education as a whole, the first few weeks of 2024 showcase the resiliency of the School.

“Interest in our degree programs has not waned,” Dean James said. “That tells me the best and brightest students still want to come to Penn and Wharton.”

Dean James highlighted Wharton’s MBA and undergraduate programs continuing their reign as the best in the world, according to the Financial Times.

Senior Vice Dean João Gomes joined Dean James on stage for an engaging conversation. Gomes shared his experiences as an educator and a leader, and he talked about Wharton’s competitiveness among other schools. He said Wharton stays at the forefront of business education because in the classroom, students learn from the news instead of models.

In addition to that, Gomes said the diversity in Wharton classes amplifies the learning experience for students.

“Classrooms where there is no dominant nationality makes for interesting conversations,” Gomes said.

After Dean James and Gomes answered the audience’s questions, Wharton alumni, faculty, and friends enjoyed passed hors d’oeuvres and wonderful company.

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  • Duration: 1 Hr 30 Mins
  • Language: English
  • Departure Details : Get to the Biblioteka imeni Lenina (Lenin's Library, Red Line) or Alexandrovsky Sad (Alexander Garden, Light Blue Line) metro station. Use any exit. Find the Kutafia Tower of the Kremlin. The guide .. read more

The Moscow Metro has a long history to it. Also, the city has an extremely beautiful subway. It is very well maintained and is also extremely decorated. Each station and spot has a different artistic aspect to it. On this tour, experience the efficiency of Moscow Metro.

  • Roam around the Revolution Square, with magnificent sculptures of the Soviet people
  • Visit the Kurskaya Station Lobby, the Hall of Fame of the WWII
  • Be awestruck at the Komsomolskaya , with impressive mural mosaics of Russian glorious victories
  • See the artistic side of Novoslobodskaya , with the stained glass, although under the ground.

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Take our Moscow Metro Tour and discover why our subway is recognized as the most beautiful in the world!

"They used to have palaces for kings, we are going to build palaces for the people!" said one of the main architects of the Soviet subway.

With us you will see the most beautiful metro stations in Moscow built under Stalin: Komsomolskaya, Revolution square, Novoslobodskaya, Mayakovskaya. Our guide will tell fascinating stories and secrets hidden underground, urban legends and funny stories.

How many babies were born on the Moscow metro? Where is the secret Metro 2? How deep is the Moscow metro? And where did Stalin give his speech in November 1941? Join out Metro tour and find out!

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