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North Dakota 84 Salem Eugene 5 94 Oregon 15 Boise Wyoming


“When he passed away in 2010, it was like losing your best friend,” Chapman said. “He was my father figure and if I hadn’t met him, I don’t think I would be sitting here right now. He had the belief in me to work with me and never took one penny for a lesson. It was all for free. Not one penny.” Whether he was lost in his thoughts about Will or committing the cardinal sin of planning his acceptance speech, he struggled on the way home, making three bogeys on the final five holes. Still, his lead proved insurmountable and he won by two strokes despite shooting a 1-over-par 72. John Cook was second with a 69 and the seemingly-ageless Hale Irwin was another stroke behind after a 68. For good measure, Kenny Perry applied the heat with a championship record 62. “I knew I wasn’t going to catch Roger,” Perry said. “I was just going at every stick and didn’t really care, didn’t have any fears or thoughts, and I wish I could learn to play golf like that every day.”


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“In the back of your mind you think, ‘Can I blow a five-shot lead?’ The negative man sitting on your shoulder there, telling you all the things that could happen,” Chapman said. “It is difficult when you haven’t been in that position before. I made a couple of mistakes and then you’re thinking, ‘Well, it’s only four shots now.’ But four shots is a lot.” Chapman impressed his playing partner,


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“I can’t say it was fun to watch, but it was impressive to watch,” Cook said. “He’s a good man, though. I’m happy for him. We know what he’s been through.” ■


Roger Chapman became the eighth player to make the Senior PGA Championship his first title on the Champions Tour. His previous- best career finish on the Champions Tour was a tie for 27th in the 2011 Senior PGA Championship.


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Players from six different countries finished among the top 10 at last year’s Senior PGA Championship. 110˚


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United States Cheyenne


80 25 Fort Collins Denver 76 Lakewood Aurora 29


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44 Oklahoma Tulsa Oklahoma City 44 40 35 Abilene


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Plano 30 Dallas 20 Waco 35 Kansas City CLUB


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70 Missouri Springfield


The PGA of America’s selection of Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis as the site of the 2013 Senior PGA Championship presented by KitchenAid coincided with the announcement that the club


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Lubbock would host the 2018 PGA Championship. Bellerive Arkansas


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will be the third club to host all four of the country’s rotating major championships—the Senior PGA Championship, PGA Championship (also 1992),


Texas U.S. Open (1965) and the U.S. Senior Open (2004). Bellerive was founded in 1897 as the former


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Kenny Perry’s 9-under-par 62 in the final round of the Senior PGA Championship matched the lowest round ever shot in a senior major and is also a new 18-hole record for the Senior PGA Championship.


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CHARLES SCHWAB CUP UPDATE PLAYER


Michael Allen John Cook


Roger Chapman Bernhard Langer Kenny Perry Corey Pavin Peter Senior David Frost Dan Forsman Brad Bryant


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St. Louis Field Club in north St. Louis and the club was incorporated as Bellerive Country Club in 1910, taking its name after Louis St. Ange De Bellerive, the last French Commander in North America. That same year, Scotsman Robert Foulis designed a “new” Bellerive in Normandy, where the club remained for 50 years. After half a century, the membership then voted to move west, and Robert Trent Jones was commissioned to design a new course which opened on Memorial Day, 1960. In 1965, Bellerive became the youngest course to host a U.S. Open Championship, which was won by Gary Player. In addition to the majors, Bellerive also has hosted the inaugural U.S. Mid- Amateur Championship in 1981 and the 2008 BMW Championship. In 2005, the par-71 course underwent a year- long renovation guided by Rees Jones, son of the late original architect.


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Baton Rouge Lafayette


10 Pasadena Louisiana


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Corpus Christi Gulf of Mexico Brownsville 95˚


Tournament Record 268, Sam Snead, 1973


Tournament 18-Hole Record 62, Kenny Perry, 2012


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Mississippi 55


59 10 New Orleans


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65 Mobile Missouri R. 55 80 25 90 South Dakota Lake Oahe Pierre 90 29 Minneapolis Sioux Falls 35 29 Nebraska Omaha Lincoln Des Moines 80 55 35 Peoria


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