KALGARIE, Alberta – Doug Barron the final three holes for his third consecutive 6-under 64 and a two-stroke victory Sunday in the Paw Tour Champions’ Shaw Charity Classic.
The 52-year-old Barron also finished par-5 11th in a back-nine 30 at Canyon Meadows. He also won the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open in 2019.
“Unfortunately, there’s only one winner who wins, loses, and we don’t get that often, ” Barron said. If you do, you should enjoy it. I knew when I made the putt at 18, no one could beat me. “
Steve Flesch was second at 16 down to a 65. He lost a late hold with a bogey at number 16.
“All credit to Doug for his finish,” Flesch said. ‘It’s fantastic to see the last three. Hard to beat. I played well this week, pulled a lot of confidence, all the clichés, but you just have to stay aggressive out there and keep making holes, and I did not.
Canadian star Mike Mike Weir had a 68 to play the ninth at 9 under. The 2003 Masters champion won the Insperity Invitational in early May in Texas for his only senior title.
“I like the golf course a lot, I thought it was great,” Weir said. “It was a good test of golf. It was hard for the greens, I found it hard for the greens, especially the weekend. I’ve been stuck here neutrally for the past two days, but I love it and Shaw and Suncor did an amazing job, so it was good to be back in the north. ”
Robert Allenby has a 67 to get 44th draw at 1 bottom. He turned 50 last month and finished 64th in the Senior British Open in the Champions Debut.
The tournament was the first PGA Tour or PGA Tour event in Canada since the 2019 Shaw Charity Classic.