Veteran Senior wins Australian Masters

Former US Masters champion and two-time Australian Masters winner Adam Scott was fifth at four under par after a final round of 69.

It was Peter Senior's 34th professional tournament win and follows his triumph at the Australian Open in 2012.   -  AP

Australian veteran Peter Senior upstaged his younger rivals to win a third Australian Masters at Huntingdale in Melbourne on Sunday.

The 56-year-old fired a final round three-under-par 68 to finish eight-under and beat American amateur Bryson DeChambeau and compatriots John Senden and Andrew Evans by two shots.

Former US Masters champion and two-time Australian Masters winner Adam Scott was fifth at four under par after a final round of 69.

It was Senior's 34th professional tournament win and follows his triumph at the Australian Open in 2012.

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