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Bernhard Langer wins 45th Champions title to tie Irwins mark

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NAPLES, Fla. — Bernhard LangerMatching Hale IrwinPGA Tour Champions record of 45 wins bys PGA Tour Champions on Sunday. He also won the Chubb Classic for the fifth consecutive time.

Langer, 65 years old, won a three-stroke victory with a closing 7-under 65. Steve Stricker Padraig Harrington.

Langer stated, Its very special because we have been talking about this for so long, and it seems now. When I first came here, I thought, This is never going ..

Langer was 17-under 199 on Tiburons Black Course. Langer, a German star, extended his record as the oldest winning player at 65 years, 5months, 23 days. He holds the top spot on the list.

Langer stated that right now, she feels relieved, grateful, thankful, and thankful to everyone who has been there for me over the years. Like we said it, for a German boy from a small village of 800 people to start as a caddie and do what Ive done, it takes many people. Not one.

Langer was also awarded the Chubb title in 2011, 2016, and 2022.

Stricker finished with a 66 and Harrington with a 65.

Langers he continues to amaze us all, Stricker stated about Langer. He just keeps going and he keeps in shape. He is truly amazing. He has won 45 times and continues to win, despite being 65 years old. I don’t know what else to say about him. Hes also a very nice person. Thats what I think is the best part about him. Hes a good man, a nice guy.

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