Northern Ireland's Darren Clarke finished in a share of 10th place in the Senior Open at Royal Lytham - six behind winner Bernhard Langer. Clarke's eagle at the seventh moved him to within two of the but
Paul Broadhurst heads into the final day of the 2019 Senior British Open with a one-shot lead after carding a 67 at Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club in Lancashire, England, on Saturday. Woody Austin
Darren Clarke remains in contention at the Senior Open after he battled to a three-over-par 73 in wet conditions at Royal Lytham on Saturday. Clarke, 50, drove out of bounds to double bogey the second
Darren Clarke stayed on track to become the first British and Irish golfer to complete the Open-Senior Open double by shooting a second successive 68 at Royal Lytham. On four-under, the 50-year-old is
Wes Short Jr. birdied the final three holes of his second round to take a one-shot lead into weekend at the British Senior Open on Friday at the Royal Lytham and St. Annes Golf Club in Lancashire, England.
Darren Clarke shot a second successive 68 and sits in third place after the second round of his Senior Open Championship debut. The Dungannon man repeated his score from day one at Royal Lytham & St. to
The last time Darren Clarke had been seen on a golf course was when almost running off the course at Royal Portrush last Friday after taking a triple-bogey seven to miss the cut in the Open Championship.
Wes Short Jr., Scott Dunlap and Paul Broadhurst lead the 2019 Senior British Open after Thursday's first round at the Royal Lytham and St. Annes Golf Club in Lancashire, England. Scott Parel and Ken Duke
Darren Clarke says he is expecting a tough test as he prepares to make his Senior Open debut this week. The Dungannon native, 50, tees off at Royal Lytham on Thursday morning, less than a week after missing