DiSanto/Joseph win the Henry Picard Canterbury Cup
CLEVELAND, OHIO (Sept. 17, 2011) -- First round leaders Fred DiSanto and Larry Joseph carded 75 and 76 respectively in the second round to claim the Henry Picard Canterbury Cup by three strokes. The DiSanto/Joseph team has competed in the Picard Canterbury Cup every year and this was their first victory.
In second place was Jeff Knox, who had an impressive 69 in the final round, and his partner Steve Paramore.
Tied at third postion was the team of Mike McLoone and Dirk Anderson (79-150--220) and Ken Kinkopf and Doug Hauenstien (69-151--220).
Chris Kelos and partner Carl Nanni claimed the senior title for the third year in-a-row with scores of 68-152--220.
Special congratulations go out to Tony Bertini for making an ace during competition.
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ABOUT THE Canterbury Cup
The Henry Picard - Canterbury Cup is a Major that
draws a field of accomplished players from all
over the country. The three-day team event
features a Best Ball round each day, and the
middle day will have an additional 9-hole
alternate shot (all divisions playing the same nine
holes) that will count toward the 63-hole
championship. A practice round is available to be
played the day prior to the tournament. The
tournament will have three divisions: Mid-Am,
Senior (for those teams with both partners 55 -
64 years old), and Super Senior (65+).
Qualified amateurs are encouraged to apply.
Canterbury is an older traditional golf course that
has hosted several professional major
championships, including two US Opens, a PGA
Championship and most recently the '96 Senior
Open as well as two US Amateur championships.
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