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There was a dramatic end on the Tucson Conquistadores Classic with two gamers (Tom Lehmnan & Steve Stricker) going into Hole 18 tied up. News four Tucson Sports activities Director Paul Cicala may have full highlights of the entertaining, ultimate spherical on News four Tucson at 10 p.m. 

For now, this is an article from the Related Press (and the Closing Leaderboard compliments of PGA.ORG beneath)

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Tom Lehman took benefit of senior newcomer Steve Stricker's late errors Sunday to win the Tucson Conquistadores Classic for his 10th PGA Tour Champions victory.
    
Two strokes behind Stricker with three holes to play, Lehman closed with two birdies and a par for a 7-below 66 and a one-stroke victory over enjoying companion Stricker.
    
Stricker adopted his second-spherical 63 with a 70. He was attempting to grow to be the 19th participant to win in his first begin on the 50-and-over tour and first since Miguel Angel Jimenez in 2014.
    
Stricker bogeyed the par-three 16th, matched Lehman with a birdie on the par-5 17th, and bogeyed the par-four 18th after hitting a three-wooden drive left into the water.
    
The 58-year-outdated Lehman received for the primary time because the 2015 SAS Championship, ending at 20-under 199 on Omni Tucson Nationwide's Catalina Course. He received the 1996 British Open and 4 different PGA Tour titles.
    
Stricker turned 50 on Feb. 23. The 12-time PGA Tour winner will captain the U.S. Presidents Cup crew in September. He missed the reduce final week within the PGA Tour's Valspar Championship.
    
Lehman erased a 3-stroke deficit on the primary two holes, making a birdie and eagle, whereas Stricker opened together with his first bogey of the week.
    
Bernhard Langer broke the tour document for consecutive rounds below par at 32, capturing a 65 to complete third at 15 below. Gil Morgan set the earlier mark in 2000.
    
Fred (70), Billy Andrade (70) and Gene Sauers (69) had been 14 below.
    
Bob Estes (67) tied for 23rd at eight below in his senior debut.

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