2019 Rapiscan Systems Classic champion


This morning, Kevin Sutherland sunk a 15 foot birdie putt to defeat Scott Parel and be named the 2019 Rapiscan Systems Classic champion.

Sunday evening, Sutherland and Parel went head-to-head through five holes before officials suspended play for the night due to darkness.

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The two teed off again this morning playing the 18th hole two times and on the second go round both made it on the green in two, but Parel missed a 20-foot putt for birdie, finishing with a par.

Sutherland made a 15-foot putt for birdie, making this his second victory on PGA Tour Champions.  “Obviously, I still had a chance. We went back and played the hole and he made birdie and I didn’t. So, hats off to him. I played with him on Saturday. He was playing very good. He deserved to win,” said Parel.

Sutherland said, “Scott hit a really good putt and he kind of gave me a little bit of a read there. So, I would know how I was going to break and it went right in the middle. It’s a great feeling,” said Sutherland.


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