U.s. Senior Open 2018 Live Stream

U.S. Senior Open 2018 Live Stream

U.s. Senior Open 2018 Live Stream

U.S. Senior Open Golf Streaming Live
From 28 June to 1st July 2018

The world best golf event U.S. Senior Open 2018 once again will be taking place at The Broadmoor Golf Club from 28 June to 1st July 2018. The U.S. Senior Open is a 5th major championship in senior golf and in 1980 it introduces 38 years ago. It is managed by the USGA (United States Golf Association) and accepted as a major championship by both the European Senior Tour and the PGA Tour Champions. In 1980 the lower age limit was 55, however, in 1981 it was lowered to 50 for the 2nd edition, which is as far as possible for men's senior expert golf competitions. By classification, the occasion is available to beginners, yet has been ruled by experts; through 2017, the all versions have been won by professionals. Like other USGA titles, it has been played on numerous courses all through the USA.

In 2006 the Allen Doyle was the oldest U.S. Senior Open Champion as he has won 2 weeks prior to his fifty-eighth birthday. The prize money was the most noteworthy of any senior tour occasion until the Posco E&C Songdo Championship in South Korea. In 2010 and 2011 a Champions Tour event prize money was a $3 million, however, had a lower victor's offer ($450,000). In 2016 the U.S. Senior Open total purse was $3.75 million and the winner Gene Sauers took $675,000. In 2017 the prize money was $4 million and champion takes $720,000. Subscribe today to get a premium service and enjoy Champions Tour U.S. Senior Open 2018 and other sports live online on your smart gadgets across the world at a very cheap price.

Event Details:
Event: Champions Tour – U.S. Senior Open 2018
Date: June 28 – July 1st, 2018
Location: Broadmoor Golf Club

Check the list below all golf players who are eligible for U.S. Senior Open 2018. Olin Browne, Fred Funk, Bernhard Langer, Kenny Perry, Colin Montgomerie, Jeff Maggert, Gene Sauers. Roger Chapman, Peter Jacobsen, Hale Irwin, Fred Funk, Brad Bryant, Paul Broadhurst, Rocco Mediate, Tom Lehman, Michael Allen, Marco Dawson, Stephen Ames and many more.

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