Frost will direct his game in the US Senior Open

David Frost continues to look sharp ahead of this week’s US Senior Open in Ohio after a sixth-place finish in the Senior Open Championship last week behind winner Russ Cochran.

In 2011 Frost tied for 22nd in the Senior PGA Championship and won the Mauritius Commercial Bank Open in December 2011 after a playoff, proving he will not be playing for second in the Senior US Open.

Frost will face defending Champion Bernhard Langer with serious intent to win after failing to match the five-under-par final round which won Cochran the title of Senior Open Champion.

52-year-old Frost qualified for the US Open on the PGA tour last year, but has since moved to Senior Tour majors in 2011, impressive as this is his 30th year of professional golf.

Frost showed his ability in the third round of the Senior Open Championship when he shot six-under-par 66 and finished day three tied for the lead at seven-under-par.

He finished sixth after his final round of level-par paled in comparison to Cochran’s winning 67, which included a roaring front nine of five-under-par 31.

Frost struggles with courses that keep the scoring minimal, and much like the 2010 US Open, the Senior PGA Championship in May ended with a tournament score of level-par for Frost.

Should Frost learn from his performances in the Senior Tour, specifically its majors, he is likely to take the challenge to his competitors and chase a first major win on the Senior Tour.

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