Senior Players Championship

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  • The win for Couples came some seven months after rattling off three straight wins earlier in the year.
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    October 23, 2010

    Couples Romps With 63

    A back nine 29 propelled Fred Couples to his fourth Champions Tour win of the season
  • Having finally won on the Champions Tour, O'Meara eyes a spot in the Hall of Fame.
    October 10, 2010

    Senior Moment

    After nine runner-up finishes, Mark O'Meara makes a major his first win on the Champions Tour
  • O'Meara had nine career runner-ups on the senior circuit before picking up his first win.
    Senior Players Championship
    October 10, 2010

    O' Meara Breaks Through

    Mark O'Meara edged Michael Allen to pick up his first career win on the Champions Tour
  • Jay Haas' closing 64 at Baltimore Country Club will give him immediate "street cred" with the American team.
    October 4, 2009

    Arriving In Style

    Jay Haas won't have a club in his hand at the Presidents Cup. But fresh off his win in the Senior Players Championship, the U.S. assistant captain will have his team's attention
  • October 3, 2009

    Senior Players Championship

    Final scoring and prize money
  • Jay Haas' third senior major championship came at the expense of Tom Watson, who was looking to become the oldest winner of a Champions Tour major.
    October 3, 2009

    Better Late Than Never

    Jay Haas' final-round 64 was good enough to steal another victory out from under Tom Watson, and claim his third senior major title
  • Langer, long known as one of the best putters on any tour is averaging 29 putts per round and 1.725 putts per GIR.
    September 28, 2009

    Sloping Greens Pose Major Challenge

    The severely pitched greens at the Baltimore CC Five Farms course are taking their toll as players like Watson, Crenshaw and Langer cope with the big breaks
  • It took 65 tries, but Weibring finally won a professional major.
    October 13, 2008

    Duly Noted

    Aided by some timely reminders, D.A. Weibring wins the Senior Players for his first major championship
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    October 12, 2008

    The Winners' Bags

    Zach Johnson at the Valero Texas Open, In-Kyung Kim at the Long Drugs Challenge and D.A. Weibring at the Senior Players Championship
  • As Nick Price faded on the back nine, Weibring's five-straight pars to close got the job done.
    October 11, 2008

    Majory Victory For Weibring

    D.A. Weibring rallied from four-strokes down with 14 holes to play to win his first major title by one stroke over hometown favorite Fred Funk
  • After hitting almost 74% of his fairways, Price has gone 36 holes without a bogey.
    October 10, 2008

    The Price Is Right

    With nine Top-10 finishes this year Nick Price is ready to win. His second consecutive 66 gave him a one-stroke lead with an eight-under 202 total after 54 holes
  • Crenshaw's last win was his second Masters victory in 1995.
    October 9, 2008

    Gentle Ben Roars With A 66

    Ben Crenshaw hasn't won in more than 12 years. With a one stroke lead over Fred Funk heading into the weekend that may be about to change
  • Blackmar has three Top 10 and eight Top 25 finishes this year, but has never won on the Senior circuit.
    October 8, 2008

    Blackmar, Fleisher and Smyth Tied

    After leading the field in eagles, birdies and putting, Phil Blackmar's tie with Bruce Fleisher and Des Smyth with five-under 65s was a bit surprising
  • Haas has two majors and 12 wins in 4 1/2 years on the Champions Tour. In 30 years on the PGA Tour he won nine times.
    October 7, 2008

    Haas Looks For Three-Peat

    With unprecedented success under his belt, Jay Haas looks for another major and his third consecutive Champions Tour money title
  • It's tough to beat a guy who led the field in putts, greens-in-regulation and birdies.
    October 6, 2007

    Roberts' Sweetest Win Yet

    With a six-stroke victory at the Senior Players Championship, Loren Roberts put his Sunday problems to bed and won another major