LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Kenny Perry would not let up at the US Senior Open.
While Round 3 leader Kirk Triplett stumbled on the front nine in the final round from Salem Country Club in Massachusetts, Perry stayed the course. The pride of Franklin, Kentucky shot a bogey free, 2 under round 4, holding on for a two shot victory over Triplett.
Perry went 16 under for the tournament. He finished the event with a four day score of 264, beating the previous record that matched in 2013 for the lowest score in tournament history. Perry won the event in 2013 with a four day total of 261.
The 56 year old has now won 4 major events on the senior tour.
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