Hugo Leon wins The Great Waterway Classic for second PGA TOUR Canada win

PGA TOUR Canada – 28-year old birdies two of last three holes for one-shot victory

Final Leaderboard – The Great Waterway Classic
(Bold denotes Canadian)

1. Hugo Leon – 67 (-22)
2. Brandon Harkins – 62 (-21)
3. Sean Shahi – 70 (-20)
T-4. Will Strickler – 65 (-18)
T-4. Josh Anderson – 66 (-18)
T-4. Joe Panzeri – 67 (-18)

(August 24, 2013 – Morrisburg, ON) – With birdies on two of his final three holes, Santiago, Chile’s Hugo Leon won The Great Waterway Classic on Sunday, shooting a final round 67 to win by one over Scottsdale, Arizona’s Brandon Harkins.

Leon earned his second career PGA TOUR Canada win and moved to no. 4 on the season long Order of Merit, in position to earn one of The Five Web.com Tour cards available at season’s end. – to read more>

Sean Shahi takes one shot lead at The Great Waterway Classic

PGA TOUR Canada – 27-year old birdies 18th hole Saturday for one shot advantage through 54 holes

Third Round Leaderboard – The Great Waterway Classic
(Bold denotes Canadian)

1. Sean Shahi – 66 (-18)
2. Hugo Leon – 67 (-17)
3. Chris Epperson – 68 (-15)
T-4. Tony Finau – 67 (-14)
T-4. Ryan Blaum – 70 (-14)
T-6. Darren Wallace – 65 (-13)
T-6. Steven Lecuyer – 68 (-13)

T-6. Joe Panzeri – 70 (-13)

(August 24, 2013 – Morrisburg, ON) – Laguna Niguel, California’s Sean Shahi shot a third round 66 at Upper Canada Golf Course Saturday to take a one stroke lead heading into the final round of The Great Waterway Classic. – to read more>

Lucas Lee grabs overnight lead at The Great Waterway Classic

PGA TOUR Canada – Round two suspended due to darkness, will resume Saturday morning

Second Round Leaderboard – The Great Waterway Classic
(Bold denotes Canadian)

1. Lucas Lee – 66 (-13)
T-2. Ryan Blaum – 66 (-12)
T-2. Sean Shahi – 65 (-12)
4. Joe Panzeri – 66 (-11)
T-5. Tony Finau – 68 (-9)
T-5. Jose Toledo – 68 (-9)

(August 23, 2013 – Morrisburg, ON) – Sao Paolo, Brazil’s Lucas Lee shot a 6-under par 66 at Upper Canada Golf Course to take the solo lead at The Great Waterway Classic on Friday. The 26-year old held a one stroke lead over Champions Gate, Florida’s Ryan Blaum and Laguna Niguel, California’s Sean Shahi when play was suspended due to darkness at 7:51 PM. – to read more>