Canterbury Cup: Anderson-Montooth claim title
  No. 3 at Canterbury Golf Club <br>(Canterbury Golf Club Photo)
No. 3 at Canterbury Golf Club
(Canterbury Golf Club Photo)

CLEVELAND, OH (June 27, 2017) - In wire-to-wire fashion the tandem of Scott Anderson and Andrew Montooth have claimed the 2017 Henry Picard Canterbury Cup hosted by Canterbury Golf Club.

The duo took the lead on day one with a 67 and held onto the lead with identical second and third 70's on Monday and Tuesday to finish with a 54-hole tally of 207.

Four-strokes behind in second place came Tony Hejna and Jamie Miller (70-71-70--211), Michael Affeldt and Chris Sekella (70-71-72--213) took third, in fourth place it was the team of Jeff Knox and Steve Paramore (70-72-75--217) while Michael McLoone and Scott Immekus (69-74-77--220) placed fifth.


In the Senior Division things were a bit tighter with Mark Nickerson and John Spengler (68-71-70--209) emerging from a playoff victorious.

In the playoff Nickerson and Spengler defeated Ken Kinkopf and Vin Cahill (68-71-70--209).

Third place and three shots out of the playoff was Christopher Chee and Steve Humphrey (72-71-69--212), Ronnie Tumlin and Rob Hess (71-75-67--213) placed fourth and in fifth it was John Benson and Don Erickson (71-72-72--215).

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ABOUT THE Picard Cup

The Picard Cup is a Major two- man tournament that draws a field of accomplished players from all over the country. 54 holes over two days.

Round One – Better Ball of Partners
Round Two – Alternate Shot
Round Three – Better Ball of Partners

The tournament will have two divisions: Mid-Amateur (ages 25-54) and Senior (ages 55+). The difference in partner handicaps cannot exceed 4 for Mid-Ams, and 6 for Seniors.

The tournament honors Henry Picard, the Head Golf Professional at Canterbury for 25 years. Aside from his many championship victories he was a Masters Tournament and PGA Champion. His Masters Jacket along with other memorabilia is presented in the Picard Lounge at Canterbury.

Canterbury is an older traditional golf course that has hosted several professional major championships, including two U.S. Opens and a PGA Championship as well as two U.S. Amateur championships.

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