Senior PGA Professional Championship

Senior PGA Professional Championship

The Senior PGA Professional Championship owes its place on the PGA national tournament schedule due to the increasing popularity of seniors' golf during the last 15 years.

Championship Information

The Senior PGA Professional Championship consists of a field of 240 players who compete across three rounds in a strokeplay format.

The 2020 Senior PGA Professional Championship will be played at Foxhills Club & Resort in Surrey, home to the 2021 PGA Cup, from May 13-15 and carries a prize of £40,190.

The top 15 players will qualify for the 2020 PGA Seniors Championship.

Entering the Tournament

Information about dates, regional qualifiers and how to enter.

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Championship Information

Locations, dates, entry fees, prize funds, qualifying criteria and more

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Venue

The 2020 Senior PGA Professional Championship will be played at Foxhills Club & Resort.

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Past Winners

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About the Championship

The PGA created the Senior PGA Professional Championship to provide playing opportunities for its many members who still loved to compete but were unable to enter the PGA Seniors Championship once it was incorporated into the Senior Tour as one of its flagship events.

However an added incentive still exists for competitors with the top 20 finishers gaining entry into the PGA Seniors Championship and potentially a springboard for a permanent place amongst the cream of European Senior Tour golf.

One of Britain's best ever players, the legendary Tommy Horton, put his stamp on the Senior PGA Professional Championship (formerly the PGA Senior Club Professional Championship) in the early years, winning the first four tournaments following its inception in 1995.

In recent years Paul Wesselingh and Wraith Grant have been winners with Wesselingh going on to enjoy huge success on the European Senior Tour.

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