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Englishman Chapman wins Senior PGA Championship event in Michigan

 

Roger Chapman (photo by Pvt. Pauline via wikipedia commons)

Roger Chapman, born in Kenya but grew up in England, won the Senior PGA Championship in Benton Harbor, Michigan.

The 53-year-old, who turned pro in 1981, now has four professional wins, held on for a two-shot win after leading with a very comfortable lead throughout the final round on Sunday in the Champions Tour event.

Chapman bogeyed three of the last five holes and shot a 1-over 72 to beat John Cook.

Chapman finished at 13-under 271; Cook ended at 11 under after a 69.

 

Info compiled from Champions Tour, Radio & TV news

 

Pavin wins playoff in Champions Tour Florida event

 

Corey Pavin (file photo)

Corey Pavin made a 12-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole at Broken Sound in Boca Raton, Florida, to hold off Peter Senior and take home the Allianz Championship for his first win on the Champions Tour.

Bernhard Langer (71) and Michael Allen (69) tied for third place, a shot ahead of Jay Haas (69) and John Cook (69).

Both Pavin and Senior shot a final-round total of 71 to finish tied at 11-under 205.

Senior forced the playoff with a birdie on the last hole of regulation, but his try for birdie in the playoff stopped an inch too short of the cup.

The 52-year-old Pavin, known as “Bulldog”, is a UCLA grad and has won 21 tournaments in four different golf tours, 15 of them on the PGA Tour.

 

Info compiled from Champions Tour news

OSU golf products Cook, Sindelar, Spittle finish in top 50 in Montreal

 

John Cook (file photo)

John Cook won his third Champions Tour tournament of the year, by capturing the Montreal Championship. The OSU alum closed the final round with a 6-under-par 66 on Sunday for a tournament-record 21-under-195 total in Blainville, Quebec.

Cook, the 2010 runner-up at Fontainebleau Golf Club, knocked off Taiwan’s Lu Chien-soon (70) by three strokes.

Cook has eight career victories on the 50-and-over tour after winning 11 events on the PGA Tour.

Joey Sindelar, another product of the Ohio State golf program, was third at 17 under after a 68.

Columbus resident and former OSU golfer Rod Spittle broke the course record with a 62 to finish at 15-under-par after beginning the round in a tie for 49th.

Chien-soon leads OSU grad Cook at Champions Tour event

 

(clipart by Clker.com)

Lu Chien-soon shot a 9-under 63 to match the course record and take a one-shot lead over John Cook after the second round of the Montreal Championship in Blainville, Quebec.

Chien-soon tied the course record set last year by D.A. Weibring in the inaugural tournament and matched Friday by Cook and John Huston.

Cook shot a 66 on Saturday.

Lu bogeyed the opening hole, then had 10 birdies in a 13-hole stretch from numbers 5 to 17 to reach 16 under at Fontainebleau Golf Club.

 

Info courtesy of the Champions Tour

clipart courtesy of Clker.com

OSU grad Cook in hunt for Champions Tour Canada event

 

John Cook (file photo)

The Montreal Championships, the lone event on the schedule for the Champions Tour has a tie at the top of the leaderboard.

Former Ohio State golfer John Cook and John Huston each shot a 9-under-par 63 to match the course record and share the first-round lead.

 

Info courtesy of the Champions Tour

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