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Curl captures Connecticut Open in playoff

Jeff Curl's 35-footer for birdie to win in a playoff atoned for a missed par putt on the last hole of regulation at the 2013 Connecticut Open.

Former pro Patterson wins S.C. Open

Catching up to professional Patrick Rada and surpassing him in a three-hole playoff, amateur John Patterson won the South Carolina Open on Thursday in Bluffton, S.C.

Alexander takes Tenn. Women's Open title

High temperatures and tough hole locations came into play during the Tennessee Women's Open as Jessica Alexander was able to survive the elements and collect the victory.

Former Gator McCumber wins Florida Open by two

Tyler McCumber, a Florida product, picked up his first professional victory by clearing the field at the Florida Open by two shots.

Beurmann defends title at Mich. Senior Open

Ron Beurmann became the first player in history to win consecutive Michigan Senior Open titles.

Hocknull wins Ariz. Open on course he once worked

Craig Hocknull, originally from Australia, is the first Southwest Section PGA member to win the Arizona Open since 2000.

Amateur holds on for Michigan Open victory

A closing even-par round of 72 carried amateur Tom Werkmeister to a two-shot victory over defending champion and mini-tour pro Barrett Kelpin.

Mass. Open playoff winner to donate check

Evan Harmeling captures the 2013 Massachusetts Open Championship in a playoff – and says he will donate his winnings to One Fund Boston.

Werkmeister chases first Michigan Open title

The 2009 Michigan Amateur champion, Tom Werkmeister has won each of the state's major amateur titles and leads pro Barrett Kelpin by one entering the Michigan Open's final round.

Ruthkoski moves into Michigan Open lead

Andy Ruthkoski of Muskegon started the second round of the Michigan Open Championship wanting to catch first-round leader Tom Werkmeister of Kentwood by the end of the day. He was successful.

Open season in Michigan, too - Werkmeister leads

The rain was relentless, but so was Tom Werkmeister in taking a three-shot lead during the first round of the 2013 Michigan Open Championship.