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Stankowski Hangs On

From Wire Reports

Paul Stankowski birdied the final hole and held off Fred Couples to win the Kapalua International by one stroke at Kapalua, Hawaii.

Stankowski, who held a one stroke lead starting the final round, finished with a 72-hole total of 269, 21-under.

Jay Sigel’s steady play led to his first major victory, a two-stroke decision over Yakima native Kermit Zarley in the Senior Tour Championship at Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Sigel shot a 72 and finished at 9-under 279. Defending champion Jim Colbert birdied the final hole to win the season’s money race with a record total of $1,627,890.

South Africa’s Ernie Els parred the first playoff hole against Ian Woosnam of Wales and won the $100,000 first prize in the four-country, eight-player Johnnie Walker Super Tour at Bangkok, Thailand.

Two-time defending champion Laura Davies mastered the difficult Great Island Club course with a 6-under 66 to win the Itoen Ladies at Chosei, Japan, by 15 strokes.

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