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Colin Montgomerie wins Senior PGA Championship over Tom Watson for first-ever victory in U.S.

BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (AP) --- Colin Montgomerie learned something about playing major championship golf at the age of 51 in the Senior PGA Championship at Harbor Shores.
"I learned today to concentrate on me, and possibly I haven't in the past," the Scot said Sunday after shooting a 6-under 65 for a four-stroke victory over 64-year-old Tom Watson. "We're always learning and today I concentrated on my own play and could only worry about myself."

Golf legend Tom Watson has won 5 Opens, 39 PGA Tour titles and 10 Ryder Cups but he can't wait to come to Wales to play iconic Royal Porthcawl links

The 64-year-old, poised for a second stint as Ryder Cup captain against Paul McGinley’s European team at Gleneagles in September will fulfil his lifelong ambition when he comes to Wales next month

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Tom Watson Ryder Cup Blog Post on Bubba Watson and Others

After both a good, but disappointing (my poor play) week at Augusta National for the Masters, I'm off to Hilton Head Island, S.C., this week for the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town. I haven't played there in a number of years, but I'm really looking forward to the week as it gives me another chance to see a number of Ryder Cup prospects for the second week in a row plus the chance to play one of my all-time favorite golf courses.

Tom Watson Congratulates Matt Kuchar on Victory

First, Bubba Watson. Now, Matt Kuchar. Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson tweeted his seal of approval after Kuchar's amazing hole-out from the bunker to win last weekend's RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links.

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Tom Watson continues Masters tribute for caddie Bruce Edwards 10 years after his death

— The egg-salad sandwich was left in its usual spot, on the 13th tee box, the final hole of Amen Corner at the Masters.  Tom Watson has been doing this on and off for 10 years, ever since that opening-round Thursday in 2004.

It was just after 6:30 a.m. when the news came. Watson, then 54, was in the Augusta National Golf Club’s champions locker room preparing for an 8:44 a.m. tee time.

Tom Watson Inspires American Players as a Leader

Davis Love III reflects on his first Ryder Cup, in 1993, and says his captain, eight-time major champion Tom Watson, was “intimidating to me.” Inspiration was another feeling. Love vividly recalls being with U.S.

Scotland pulling out stops for Ryder Cup

EUROPE’S Ryder Cup director has praised the army of people working behind the scenes to ensure next year’s event at Gleneagles runs like clockwork and has spoken of his own personal pride in being involved in the event’s first staging in Scotland for more than 40 years.

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Tom Watson eyes historic Birkdale win

Tom Watson will be aiming for a unique treble when he returns to Royal Birkdale for this year’s Senior Open Championship Presented by Rolex, 30 years after winning The Open Championship at the Merseyside venue. 

Watson is bidding to win a third Senior Open title on a course where he previously won a Claret Jug, having already completed the ‘Open-Senior Open double’ at both Turnberry and Muirfield.

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Tom Watson Finishes Tied for 28th at Australian Open, Final Round Lowest in the Field

A bogey-free 69 at the Australian Open would be a fitting end to Tom Watson's golfing career in Australia, but the eight-time major winner says local crowds may not have seen the last of him just yet.

After battling jet-lag and his swing en route to a six-over 78 on Saturday, Watson had the last laugh in his personal duel with The Lakes golf course, shooting three-under par on Sunday morning.

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