Langer drains putt to win third straight Seniors Player Championship


The Philadelphia Cricket Club got the better of Bernard Langer on Sunday, as the 58-year old German struggled in the final round of the Constellation Senior Players Championship, shooting a 3-over par 73.

But the two-time Masters winner came through when it counted most, draining a 15 footer for par on the final hole for the win.

This was the 3rd straight Senior Players title for Langer, who finished the tournament at 2-over par. Miguel Angel Jimenez and Joe Durant, who both fired 2-under 68s on Sunday, tied for second place at 3-over par.

Following Langer’s big win in Philly, the Champions Tour posted a couple of neat photos on Instagram.

The winning reaction from @bernhard.langer after claiming the @seniorplayers in dramatic fashion! ⛳️?
A photo posted by PGA TOUR Champions (@pgatourchampions) on

Bernhard Langer, again. Back-to-back-to-back for the German at the @seniorplayers. ?????

A photo posted by PGA TOUR Champions (@pgatourchampions) on


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