Steve Sharpe wins Chanticleer National Senior
Stephen Sharpe
Stephen Sharpe

GREENVILLE, South Carolina (May 30, 2014) -- At the Greenville Country Club, Steve Sharpe of Greensboro, North Carolina walked away holding the trophy of the fast rising Chanticleer National Invitational.

But it wasn't easy.

Sharpe led the tournament at the 36-hole point by three shots, after rounds of 69-73. His final round of 77 opened the door for his chasers, but when Rick Cloninger, who was in second, failed to make a charge (final round 77) it was up to Wayne Rogers of Easley, SC who fired 70 to post 220 in the clubhouse.

Sharpe closed the deal, Rogers wound up in second, and Mike Weiner of Kiawah Island, SC (with the most consistent scores of the tournament - 73-74-74) took third place.

Thanks to Greenville Country Club Assistant Pro Bo Wicker for submitting timely scores daily.

Results For Chanticleer National Senior Invitational
1NCSteve SharpeGreensboro, NC50069-73-77=219
2SCFrank FordCharleston, SC40073-75-74=222
T3SCMatt GrandyGreenville, SC30074-76-73=223
T3SCRick CloningerFort Mill, SC30068-78-77=223
5GABill LeonardMarietta, GA30078-74-72=224

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ABOUT THE Chanticleer Senior Invitational

The Chanticleer National Senior Invitational started in 2011 with the vision that it would provide a superbly conditioned, very challenging course on which to present a premier invitational tournament for elite senior and super senior golfers recognized for their playing accomplishments on a national and international scale. The limited field is determined from the pool of applicants with preference given to players' performance in national and international events as well as the current rankings. As an integral part of our vision, we provide extraordinary hospitality and great value to both our players and their significant others.

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