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Senden, by far the straightest hitter in the group, is a greensin-regulation machine well suited to Waialae, and he has finished in the top 35 in his last ten events.
However, the good fact is, Senden was invited to join the 2015 Masters, after his finish within the 12th position.
It carried him to sevenunder 137, three ahead of Australian John Senden, 42, who earned his Masters berth only by winning the Valspar Championships four weeks ago.
Senden, two shots behind going into the final round, closed with a 1-under 70 for his first PGA Tour win since the 2006 John Deere Classic.
Senden will be familiar with those, while he also performs well on courses where accuracy is key, so he's an each-way punt in my book.
It was a rollercoaster round for Senden, who posted five bogeys and four birdies in the worst of the testing afternoon conditions en-route to a disappointing one-over 73.
Ian Poulter was the second player to win, seeing off John Senden 3&2.
Under the rules he was allowed only to add four to those he had started with, but was so happy with the driver he had borrowed from Australian John Senden and the putter he had chosen in the pro shop that he continued with them.
Defending champion Ian Poulter now knows he will have to take on young English compatriot Tom Lewis as well as Australian John Senden.
JOHN SENDEN holed a 25-foot putt at the last for a stunning nine-under 63 to grab the lead in the Australian Open as overnight leader Tiger Woods faltered.
Chalmers was made to sweat in the clubhouse as his compatriot John Senden went close with a 35-foot birdie putt at the 18th that would have forced a playoff but ultimately his total of 13-under was enough to secure the Stonehaven Cup.
Meanwhile, John Senden holed a 25-foot putt at the last hole for a nine-under-par 63 to take the third-round lead in the Australian Open ahead of birthday boy Jason Day, as overnight leader Tiger Woods faltered.