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The Spanish golfer, Miguel Ángel Martín, has made Paradis Hotel & Golf Club proud by winning the inaugural Aberdeen Senior Masters, hosted between 17 and 19 August 2015 by Meldrum House, Scotland.


Miguel Angel Martin Golf


A friend of Paradis and sponsored by the hotel, Miguel Ángel Martín clinched the Aberdeen Senior Masters after a sudden death play-off against fellow countryman Santiago Luna, both of them finishing on five-under-par in the 54-hole tournament. The competition is part of the Senior Golf Circuit, which is in its fourth year and has tournaments all over the European Continent.


A three-time winner on the European Tour, Miguel Ángel Martín also currently ranks 8th on the Order of Merit of the PGA European Seniors Tour. A self-taught player who emerged from caddie ranks in Madrid, he became the first continental player to reach the notable milestone of 500 events on the European Tour when he teed off in the 2005 Deutsche Bank Players’ Championship of Europe. After graduating from Qualifying School in 1983, he had his breakthrough victory in the Open de France in 1992.


Miguel Angel Martin Golf


Miguel Angel Martin Golf

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