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1991 Jack Nicklaus wins his first PGA Seniors' Championship (now called the Senior PGA Championship) wire-to-wire by six shots from Bruce Crampton at the PGA National Golf Clubs's Champion Course, with a winning score of 271, 10 strokes lower than the previous tournament best on that course. The victory was Nicklaus' fourth senior major of the six he contested after turning 50 in January 1990. He also won the 1991 Tradition and US Senior Open for three of the four legs of the Senior Grand Slam in a single year. Sadly for Crampton, it marked the fifth time he had finished second in a major championship, regular and senior, every time to Jack Nicklaus.

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