Alex Cejka became the first player in history to win their first two matches in the Grand Slams and the first since Jack Nicklaus wins two in the PGA Tour Champions Junior season; Cejka finished four times ahead of Tim Petrovic after Final Round 67 By Ali Stafford Last Update: 05/31/21 12:51 AM 1:33 A look back at the best action from Alex Cejka’s final round at the Senior PGA Championship, where player The 50-year-old has a second major title in a row. A look back at the best happenings from Alex Cejka’s final round of the PGA Grand Prix, as the 50-year-old claimed a second major title in a row. Alex Cejka earned his second major title of the season by winning four runs at the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship. The 50-year-old, who also won district lore earlier this month, is the first player since Jack Nicklaus in 1990 to win two VIPs in his first season at the PGA Tour Championships. The Road to Three Under 67 at the Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma, to end the week at eight underground and finish comfortably in front of closest competitor Tim Petrovich. Alex Cejka made 67, 70, 68, and 67 cards en route to a big victory “I’m the same guy, trying the same golf. Looks like I’m getting luckier breaks, doing more punches, and driving better since I’m 50.” . “It’s a blast. The past two weeks have been amazing. I can’t even put it in words how that feels.” Cejka opened with a 10-foot-tall bird in the first and canceled the successive ghost of the third by catching a shot in the fifth and firing its approaching four feet on the seventh, and placed another bird. The European golfer recovered finding water from the tenth tee to save the par and scored a 12-foot birdie in the 11th, with click gains in the next four-round pulling him off the field. Alex Cejka was one of only seven players to finish below the PGA Major League, and Cejka saw his lead cut to three when he crossed 15th, only to climb and descend from the 17th green to fly at close range on a four-bar trainable and extend his profit margin. KJ Choi topped the leaderboard after four Birds on the opening six slots but eventually had to settle for a third-place stake after closing 68, with Retief Goosen also on three under after finishing four under 66 with a three-pound Ghost in from four to four Finally, first-half leader Mike Weir ended in a fifth draw after rounds 72 and 72 over the weekend, while US Ryder Cup captain Steve Stricker – 54 holes – slipped to tenth after dropping three shots over the opening of two holes in his last round of 77.