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Legends, Gary Marks won in Paris with 204


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Costantino Rocca ranked 55th with 225 (76 73 76, +12) strokes in the Legends Open de France hosted by Jean Van de Velde, the Legends Tour tournament held on the French course of the Golf de Saint-Cloud (par 71) in Paris.

Costantino Rocca, statements

The English Gary Marks won with 204 (68 66 70, -9) who preceded by three strokes the Brazilian Adilson Da Silva, second with 207 (-6), who spent almost his entire career on the Sunshine Tour South African.

In third place with 208 (-5) the Dane Steen Tinning and the Welsh Ian Woosnam, in fifth with 209 (-4) the English Phillip Archer and the Swede Michael Jonzon and in seventh with 210 (-3) other three Brits, Simon P. Brown, Andrew Raitt and Robert Coles, Welsh Phillip Price and New Zealander Michael Long.

The Legends Tour, formerly known as the Women’s Senior Golf Tour, is a professional golf tour for women over the age of 45. The tour was founded in 2000 by the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA). Since its inception, the tour has been organized by the LPGA.

It is similar to the Champions Tour, a golf tour for men over the age of 50. All Legends Tour golf tournaments take place in the United States. In 2000, the tour was founded as the Women’s Senior Golf Tour until it was renamed the Legends Tour in 2006.

The first golf season started in 2000 and there were two golf tournaments on the calendar.[1] From 2001 to 2006, 16 golf tournaments were organized. Since 2006, the Legends Tour has been organizing a golf tournament for teams with the Handa Cup.

It is a team competition between American golfers and golfers outside the United States. It is comparable to the Solheim Cup, a team competition between American and European golfers. In 2009, the Legends Tour founded the Legends Tour Open Championship and it was the only “Major” of this golf tour until 2013.

Marks started 2015 by finishing in a tie for second place in the European Senior Tour Qualifying School Finals and played regularly on the tour that year. His best finishes were a tie for fourth place in the French Riviera Masters and a tie for sixth place in the WINSTONgolf Senior Open in Germany.

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