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Last Updated on Sunday, 24 August 2014 21:59 Sunday, 24 August 2014 21:48
Brian Decker (PGATOUR.COM)
With a two-putt birdie on the 72nd hole, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia's David Bradshaw claimed his first PGA TOUR Canada win on Sunday, capturing The Great Waterway Classic at Loyalist Golf & Country Club.
Bradshaw, a 31-year old Shepherd University graduate, fired a final round 5-under 67 to post 21-under total, securing the win with a two-putt from 25 feet for birdie at the last. Bradshaw won by a shot over Argentina's Tommy Cocha and Jupiter, Florida's Adam Long.
Last Updated on Sunday, 24 August 2014 06:40 Sunday, 24 August 2014 06:33
In an impressive show of skill and composure, Kitchener, Ontario's Chris Hemmerich is making the most of his professional debut at The Great Waterway Classic.
The 21-year old, playing on a sponsor's exemption as a recent graduate of Golf Canada's National Amateur team, took the solo lead during Saturday's third round at Loyalist Golf and Country Club before play was suspended due to darkness, reaching 17-under with a birdie on the 15th hole, his last of the day, to lead by two over England's Kelvin Day.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 August 2014 19:21 Tuesday, 19 August 2014 18:53
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Site: Paramus, New Jersey.
Course: Ridgewood Country Club (7,319 yards, par 71).
Purse: $8 million. Winner's share: $1.44 million.
Last Updated on Monday, 11 August 2014 22:27 Monday, 11 August 2014 22:18
PGA TOUR Canada players Drew Evans, Darren Wallace, Justin Peters, Micah Burke, Ben Silverman, and Will Strickler show off their best trick shots for the Web.com Tour's Trickshot Challege.
Last Updated on Sunday, 10 August 2014 19:00 Sunday, 10 August 2014 18:52
OTTAWA, Ontario (Brian Decker/PGATOUR.COM) — With a dramatic 70-foot birdie putt and a final round 9-under 62, Summerland, British Columbia's Greg Machtaler captured the inaugural FORCES & FAMILIES OPEN, becoming the first Canadian winner on PGA TOUR Canada in 2014.
The 30-year old made a brilliant charge up the leaderboard on Sunday, playing his final 11 holes in 9-under par, a run that included two eagles and a back nine 30. After finding the green at the 72nd hole, Machtaler rolled in a long birdie putt to post the clubhouse lead at 17-under, then watched as neither American Jeff Dennis or Baddeck, Nova Scotia's Peter Campbell could match him with a birdie at the last.
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