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Kelly wins show classic in one-hole playoffs with Houston

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The Canadian Press

The Canadian Press

Lawrence Heinen

CALGARY — Jerry Kelly defeated John Huston in Sunday's one-hole playoff in the Shaw Charity Classic at Canyon Meadows Golf and Country Club. rice field. After the

pair took the lead with his three-round total of 9-under 201, the pair returned to his 18th tee for the playoffs.

After reaching the green on two shots, Kelly missed his putt with a long eagle, but Houston got on the green on his three shots. After Houston missed a putt to the right, Kelly calmly stepped up and for a birdie he vacated the 4-footer to win the tournament.

Kerry finished the round with his 3-under 67 on the day, and Houston clinched his playoff berth by two shots behind him.

For Kelly, Kauri won his Companies Championship on June 10 in Akron, Ohio, and the Principal Charity Classic in Des Moines, Iowa, making him his ace on the PGA Tour Champions circuit. It was his third win in six tournaments.

Joe Durant, Padraig Harrington, Dean Wilson, Alex Seika, and Kirk Triplett were all at 8-under for a five-way tie that saw him finish third. The group is 7 under.

Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member and former Calgary resident Steven Ames finished the round with his 4-under 66, finishing tied for 23rd with Allan McLean of London, Ontario, for the lead at 2-under. I became Canadian.

Mike Weir of his glove in Bright, Ontario had an interesting day at his golf course. He was given a two-shot penalty for putting more than 14 of his clubs in the bag on the first shot. hole.

On the second hole, Weir pulled his drive into the trees and the ball landed on a pine tree branch that had fallen to the ground next to the tree. He managed to drive the ball into a greenside bunker, but the club broke when it hit a tree on the follow-through. After bogeying 40 holes, Weir then recorded 4 birdies and his two doubles his bogey to finish the round with 72 over two overs. This put him tied for 46th in his first over. for the competition.

David Morland IV, from Aurora, Ontario, hit his 69th on Sunday as he finished tied for 49th in two overs.

Brantford, Ontario's Dennis Hendershott finished bottom of the table on Sunday with a total of 13 overs, though he scored a respectable 72 rounds.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published on August 7, 2022.