Tobago Plantations Seniors Classic

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Tobago Plantations Seniors Classic
Tournament information
Location Lowlands, Trinidad and Tobago
Course(s)Tobago Plantations Beach & Golf Resort
Length6,776 yards (6,196 m)
Tour(s) European Senior Tour
Format Stroke play
Prize fund US$250,000
Month playedMarch
Final year2005
Tournament record score
Aggregate203 Terry Gale (2003)
To par−13 as above
Final champion
Flag of Argentina.svg Luis Carbonetti
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Tobago Plantations Beach & Golf Resort
Location in Trinidad and Tobago

The Tobago Plantations Seniors Classic was a senior (over 50s) men's professional golf tournament played on the Caribbean island of Tobago, part of Trinidad and Tobago. It was an early season event on the European Seniors Tour, played annually from 2002 to 2005. It was hosted by the Tobago Plantations Golf Club, Lowlands, Tobago. The 2005 event had prize money of US$250,000 with the winner receiving $37,500.


YearWinnerScoreTo parMargin of
2005 Flag of Argentina.svg Luis Carbonetti 208−82 strokes Flag of Argentina.svg Horacio Carbonetti
Flag of Scotland.svg Bill Longmuir
2004 Flag of England.svg Carl Mason 207−93 strokes Flag of Australia (converted).svg David Good
2003 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Terry Gale 203−133 strokes Flag of Scotland.svg John Chillas
2002 Flag of the United States.svg Steve Stull 205−113 strokes Flag of Scotland.svg John Chillas
Flag of New Zealand.svg Barry Vivian

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