Welshman Phillip Price won the Staysure PGA Seniors Championship

Welshman Phillip Price won the Staysure PGA Seniors Championship after firing a final round 67 at London Golf Club in Kent….

Welshman Phillip Price won the Staysure PGA Seniors Championship subsequent to terminating a last round 67 at London Golf Club in Kent.

The 2002 Ryder Cup star five-under standard round, added to prior rounds of 67, 66, 71, saw him win the title by two shots in front of Michael Campbell, James Kingston, and Peter Leonard.

The cost started the last round at the Brands Hatch setting two strokes behind 54-opening pioneer David McKenzie, yet began his flood up the leaderboard with three birdies in his initial six gaps, including one at the first hole. An intruder on the seventh saw him make the turn at two-under standard to apply the weight on the pioneers before he moved quickly passed them on the back nine. Value shot an imperfection free 33, including a falcon on the eleventh and a birdie on the sixteenth to set the objective at 17 under the standard.

With Kingston and Leonard unfit to coordinate the Welshman’s aggregate, Price was delegated champion to turn into the principal player from Wales to win the occasion since Brain Huggett in 1993.

“This success is somewhat more pleasant than the first,” said Price, who past senior win came at the Winston Open in 2017. “I’ve had my significant other and two youngsters here with me, and the kids haven’t seen me win anything so made it special. I’ve been playing very well all year, with a great deal of top-ten completions, however without a success, so this was an immense alleviation for me.

The birdie on the first got me off to a pleasant begin. I hit a decent tee shot and a pleasant six iron and after that a decent chip. I holed a pleasant putt and that settled me down. Had a number in my mind all week. 18 under won a year ago and I needed to get to that. I got to 17, which is truly close, and 18 under would’ve seen them off yet 17 under was adequate to take care of business.”

Campbell recorded the last round of 67, including a falcon complete, to complete two shots behind Price in the runner up nearby South Africa’s Kingston and Australian Leonard. While medium-term pioneer McKenzie marked for the last round of 72, level standard, to take fifth.

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