Peter Senior becomes the oldest player to win the Australian Masters at age 56

Peter Senior has again proven age is no barrier by storming home to win the Australian Masters 20 years after winning his last gold jacket.
The 56-year-old held off a late challenge from unheralded Sydneysider Andrew Evans to claim his third Masters title after also winning at Huntingdale in 1991 and 1995.
Senior, who started the day in Melbourne with a share of third, looked home and hosed with a three-shot lead with three holes to play but then bogeyed the 17th.
However, Evans also dropped a shot on the tricky par 5 hole to end a two-hole birdie run and then also bogeyed the last.
Senior finished the tournament at eight-under after his final round three-under 68.
He became the oldest player to win the Australian Masters, eclipsing the mark set by 50-year-old American Gene Littler in 1980.
Evans finished on six under, tied for second with American amateur Bryson DeChambeau and John Senden.
Adam Scott finished fifth, four shots behind Senior.
Michael Long was the best of the Kiwis, carding a final round four under 67 to finish the tournament on two-under in a share of 12th place.
Of the other New Zealanders to make the cut, Daniel Pearce finished one-over, one shot ahead of Gareth Paddison with Harry Bateman on five-over and Kieran Muir two shots further back.