All the Winners of the Senior Players Championship Tournament

Retief Goosen is on the list of Senior Players Championship winners

The Senior Players Championship is the Champions Tour's version of the PGA Tour's Players Championship. (In fact, the winner of the Senior Players gets into the field at Players.) It is also one of the major championships of men's senior (50-and-over) professional golf.

Senior Players Championship winners are listed below, going back to the event's first year in 1983, when it went by its original name: Senior Tournament Players Championship (or Senior TPC for short). The name changed to Senior Players Championship beginning in 1991.

Golfers With the Most Wins in the Senior Players Championship

Before getting to the list of champions, these are the multiple winners in tournament history so far:
  • 3 wins: Bernhard Langer, 2014, 2015, 2016
  • 2 wins: Arnold Palmer, 1984, 1985
  • 2 wins: Dave Stockton, 1992, 1994
  • 2 wins: Raymond Floyd, 1996, 2000

The List: Senior Players Championship Winners

Winners are listed from most-recent back to the first. Playoffs are noted in parentheses.

2020 — Jerry Kelly, 277
2019 — Retief Goosen, 274
2018 — Vijay Singh, 268 (def. Jeff Maggert in playoff)
2017 — Scott McCarron, 270
2016 — Bernhard Langer, 281
2015 — Bernhard Langer, 265
2014 — Bernhard Langer, 265 (def. Jeff Sluman in playoff)
2013 — Kenny Perry, 261
2012 — Joe Daley, 266
2011 — Fred Couples, 273 (def. John Cook in playoff)
2010 — Mark O'Meara, 273 (def. Michael Allen in playoff)
2009 — Jay Haas, 267
2008 — D.A. Weibring, 271
2007 — Loren Roberts, 267
2006 — Bobby Wadkins, 274
2005 — Peter Jacobsen, 273
2004 — Mark James, 275
2003 — Craig Stadler, 271
2002 — Stewart Ginn, 274
2001 — Allen Doyle, 273 (def. Doug Tewell in playoff)
2000 — Raymond Floyd, 273
1999 — Hale Irwin, 267
1998 — Gil Morgan, 267
1997 — Larry Gilbert, 274
1996 — Raymond Floyd, 275
1995 — J.C. Snead, 272 (def. Jack Nicklaus in playoff)
1994 — Dave Stockton, 271
1993 — Jim Colbert, 278
1992 — Dave Stockton, 277
1991 — Jim Albus, 279
1990 — Jack Nicklaus, 261
1989 — Orville Moody, 271
1988 — Billy Casper, 278
1987 — Gary Player, 280
1986 — Chi Chi Rodriguez, 206 (54 holes due to weather)
1985 — Arnold Palmer, 274
1984 — Arnold Palmer, 276
1983 — Miller Barber, 278

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Photo credit: "Retief Goosen" by Jim Epler is licensed under CC BY 2.0

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