Chip Lutz earns low am honors at Sr. British Open
TURNBERRY, Scotland (July 29, 2012) -- Chip Lutz secured low amateur honors at the 2012 Senior British Open, placing in a tie for 35th place.
Lutz, from Reading, Penn., shot a final-round 76 to finish 70-76-67-76--289 (9-over) at Turnberry.
Lutz bested longtime competitor on the amateurgolf.com circuit Randy Haag, who took low amateur honors at last year's Senior Open Championship.
Haag shot a final-round 72 but it wasn't enough to catch Lutz. Haag's 74-74-78-72--298 was good enough to put him at 18-over and in 68th place.
ABOUT THE Senior British Open
The Senior British Open Championship has been
part of the European Seniors Tour since 1987
and from 2003 is included in the Champions
Tour as one of the five major world events in
senior golf. The event is jointly administered by
the European Seniors Tour and The R&A.
Previous winners include former Open
champions Gary Player, Bob Charles and Tom
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