Tim Thelan wins Senior Open de Portugal by one shot

Will Tim Thelan be gracing the Legend this December?

Will Tim Thelan be gracing the Legend this December?

American Tim Thelan celebrated his first victory since his winning streak in 2012 at the Senior Open de Portugal at Vidago Palace.

With a final round score of even-par 72 he beat his nearest competitor Carl Mason by just one shot.

Having come second at the Travis Perkins Masters and third in Moscow, Thelan was thrilled to take top place on the podium in Portugal with a score of 12 under par.

The win will aid the American in his progression towards the MCB Tour Championship at Constance Belle Mare Plage, Mauritius, in December.

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Colin Montgomerie wins at Russian Open Golf Championship

Golf at Constance Hotels and Resorts

Golf at Constance Hotels and Resorts

Colin Montgomerie continued his assault on the European Senior Tour record books with yet another win in the Russian Open Golf Championship (Senior).

The win at the Moscow Country Club marks the Scotsman’s fourth in just five outings this season.

‘I have had a lot of good runs of form over the years but I think this is right up there with the best of them,’ Montgomerie told interviewers.

Having started the final day two shots behind, seasoned golfer Montgomerie, finished on 14 under par to take the championship, three shots ahead of Canadian Rick Gibson.

The win secures Montgomerie’s place at the head of the order of merit which will be awarded at the MCB Tour Championship in Constance Belle Mare Plage, Mauritius in December.

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Travis Perkins Masters win sees Montgomerie smash Tour records

Colin Montgomerie has smashed a number of European Senior Tour records with his win at the Travis Perkins Masters.

Golf at Constance Hotels and Resorts

Golf at Constance Hotels and Resorts

As well as shoring up his place at the top of the European Senior Tour order of merit, the win sees Montgomerie break the tour record for quickest player to win four events, having made only nine appearances so far.

Montgomerie has also become the first player to win more than €500,000 on the European Senior Tour.

The win came after Montgomerie was able to secure a ten-stroke victory at the Woburn Golf Club over his closest rival Austrian Gordon Manson.

With such substantial winnings Montogmerie is on course to win the Senior Tour Order of Merit awarded at the MCB Tour Championship at Constance Belle Mare Plage, Mauritius in December.

To read more about the Travis Perkins Masters victory and all the latest news from the European Senior Tour visit the tour website.

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Mark Davis battles windy conditions to win SSE Scottish Senior Open

Wind was Mark Davis’ major adversary at the SSE Scottish Senior Open but the gusts of over 25 miles an hour couldn’t stop him from finishing five under par to win the title.

Golf at Constance Belle Mare Plage, Mauritius

Golf at Constance Belle Mare Plage, Mauritius

The win was the Englishman’s first victory on the European Senior Tour after only three starts and makes him the sixth youngest winner in Senior Tour history.

The SSE Scottish Senior Open at Fairmont St Andrews brings the European Senior Tour a step closer to its finale, the MCB Tour Championship held at Constance Belle Mare Plage in December.

Despite the win, Colin Montgomerie remains at the head of the European Senior Tour order of merit.

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Langer wins Senior Open with a record-breaking lead

The Legend, Constance Belle Mare Plage, Mauritius

The Legend, Constance Belle Mare Plage, Mauritius

Bernhard Langer blasted his way into the record books with his victory at the Senior Open Championship in Wales.

Despite windy conditions the German managed to win the Championship and set a new record for the biggest winning margin in Senior Open Championship history.

Langer finished the event with a staggering 18-under par which is all the more impressive considering his closest rival in second position Colin Montgomerie finished with only 5-under par.

Montgomerie sportingly described his competitor’s game as ‘one of the great golfing performances’.

The dramatic action at Royal Porthcawl Golf Club only serves to heat up the competition in the Senior Tour as they head to the European Senior Tour finale at the MCB Tour Championship at Constance Belle Mare Plage in December.

Despite Langer’s record-breaking win Colin Montgomerie still holds his position at the top of the European Senior Tour order of merit with Langer having to settle for second place.

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Top 5 reasons to play golf in Mauritius

Ever since the first golf course was built here by Royal Navy officers in 1844 people with a passion for golf have been drawn to Mauritius to play the game. And here’s why…

Golf in Mauritius

Golf in Mauritius

1. Championship courses

There are no less than six 18-hole championship courses for keen golfers to play in Mauritius including the Legend golf course at Constance Belle Mare Plage, home to the annual MCB Tour Championship, the conclusion to the PGA European Senior Tour.

2. First rate pros on hand to improve your game

Take advantage of the high quality golf pros in Mauritius on hand to improve all aspects of your game. Guests at Constance Le Prince Maurice and Constance Belle Mare Plage can take group or individual lessons at the on-site Marc Farry Golf Academy where the golf coaches specialise in improving grip, posture, alignment and ball position.

3. A choice of 5* hotels and resorts

Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly resort with a variety of sporting and leisure facilities or a luxury boutique hotel with a world-class spa, Mauritius is the place to head. Enjoy the understated elegance of Constance Le Prince Maurice with sumptuous spa and excellent fine dining or the relaxed vibrancy of Constance Belle Mare Plage with its 7 restaurants, 5 bars, spa and a raft of fun activities. Both share access to our two spectacular 18-hole golf courses, the Links and Legend.

4. Plenty of après-golf to enjoy

Enjoy superb gastro experiences, scuba diving, water sports or just lounging on the beach with a cocktail. After a hard day on the fairways golfers can soothe tired muscles with a special ‘Sports Massage’ at our relaxing spa.

5. Warm Mauritius sunshine

Last but not least it is the sublime weather in Mauritius that attracts golfers to our shores all year round. The Mauritian summer (October to April) brings long hot days (26ºC to 32ºC) with the occasional rainfall coming in short, sharp bursts that clear to reveal beautiful blue skies. Winter (May to September) brings drier, cooler days with temperatures ranging from 20ºC to 26ºC, perfect for long leisurely days on the golf course.

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