Phil Golding is celebrating after his victory at the Speedy Services Wales Senior Open this weekend, 15-16 June.
Legend Golf Course, Mauritius
The 50-year-old Englishman played a storming last round at the Royal Porthcawl Golf Club to finish five under par and collect the £37,500 prize money, beating home favourite Ian Woosman.
Winner of the Mauritius Open back in 1996, Golding returned to the island last year when he qualified to compete in the MCB Tour Championship, held at Constance Belle Mare Plage, for the first time.
On his current form we look forward to welcoming him back to Mauritius for the MCB Championship again this December.
For more information on Golding’s win and to keep up to date with all the news from the European Senior Tour visit the European Tour website.
Mike Mclean and Phil Golding
As the MCB Tour Championship gets underway at Constance Belle Mare Plage, our golf journalist, Neil Webber is keeping you up-to-date with the latest happenings from the Legend and Links golf courses.
Local knowledge proved invaluable in the first round of the Constance Hotels Pro-Am as resident professional Vishnoo Seeneevassen led his all-Mauritian team to top spot in the Net section at the Links.
Find out more from the MCB Tour Championship website. You can watch Vishnoo in action with our videos of golf pro tips.
Two familiar faces were in evidence on the Legend course yesterday when former Mauritius Open champions Mike McLean and Phil Golding made guest appearances in the Constance Hotels Pro-Am.
As Barry Lane and Peter Fowler go head-to-head for the John Jacobs Trophy in this week’s MCB Tour Championship, we take a closer look at the leading two players on the European Senior Tour Order of Merit.
Frenchman Marc Farry is bidding for a sentimental double at this week’s MCB Tour Championship as he attempts to win a second European Senior Tour event he has helped to organise. Farry has been attached to host venue Constance Belle Mare Plage for the past ten years and was instrumental in attracting the Senior Tour to Mauritius in December 2009 for the Mauritius Commercial Bank Open, which paved the way for the 2011 season-ending MCB Tour Championship.