Mark Calcavecchia's win at Canadian Open overshadowed by Solheim Cup
Lost in the crazed madness of the U.S. Solheim Cup team win this past weekend was veteran Mark Calcavecchia’s first win in four years. It was almost but not quite a blast from the past, when the 45-year old won the Canadian Open even though his last two rounds were over par.
His five-under 275 for the tourney was the highest score on the PGA Tour this year, other than the U.S. Open and PGA Championship.
Here I was thinking just the other day Calcavecchia was through. He was starting to seem like an anachronism, one of those older, also-rans you thought never had a chance of winning on the tour again, playing it safe til he could get on the Senior – excuse me, Champions – tour.
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