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MIDLAND, Texas—New Zealands Danny Lee won the WNB Golf Classic on Sunday for
his first Nationwide Tour title, beating former Georgia star Harris English with
a par on the first hole of a playoff. Donnie Avery Youth Jersey . The 21-year-old
Lee, the 2008 U.S. Amateur champion, closed with a 6-under 66 to match English
(69) at 18-under 270 at Midland Country Club. Lee, born in South Korea, earned
US$94,500 to jump from 14th to fourth on the money list with $271,700. The top
25 after the final four events will earn 2012 PGA Tour cards. “It feels great to
win again,” Lee said. “I havent won a tournament since I won the 2009 Johnnie
Walker Classic and its a great feeling. Its not easy to win and I worked really
hard with my uncle and my coach for this. Im really happy it worked.” English,
making his second pro start, won the Nationwide Childrens Hospital Invitational
in July as an amateur. He tied for 49th last week in his pro debut in the Soboba
Golf Classic. Vancouvers Richard T. Lee (75) tied for 36th on the tournament at
7 under par. Jon Mills (75) of Oshawa, Ont., finished 60th at 2 under. In the
playoff on the par-4 18th, Lees tee shot hit a tree and kicked right, leaving
him a clear shot to the flag. His second landed in the greenside bunker and he
blasted out within a foot. Englishs drive ended up behind trees and he was
forced to punch out. He hit his third to about 7 feet, but missed the par putt.
“I didnt hit my tee shot where I wanted to in the playoff,” English said. “I
tried to get a good angle at the flag, but kind of got a bad break, but thats
what happens. ... Overall, it was a good day.” Lee, set to play in the Korea
Open this week, eagled the par-5 fourth and birdied on Nos. 6, 10, 15 and 16.
English also had an eagle, on the par-5 12th, and reached under with a birdie on
No. 15. He earned $56,700 to jump to 79th on the money list with $59,288. South
Africas Garth Mulroy (64) was third at 16 under, and Bob Heintz (66),
Craig Bowden (71) and Australias Gavin Coles (73) finished at 15 under.
Third-round leader B.J. Staten, six strokes ahead of Lee entering the final
round, shot a 77 to tie for 10th at 13 under. “I didnt hit it well today and I
got out of my tempo and then you start pressing,” Staten said. “I just didnt
make anything all day. Its unfortunate because youve got to put four rounds
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said Saturday. “If they think I should lose weight, Im going to lose it. The way
I feel, I feel great.” The switch-hitting slugger came off the disabled list
Saturday and returned to the lineup playing third base and batting third for the
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Rogers Centre gathering of 41,832 for just their second home series victory over
the Tigers since 2006. REGINA —Top draft pick Ben Heenan signed with the
Saskatchewan Roughriders as the CFL team locked up all four of their Canadian
draft selections. The Roughriders also came to terms with linebackers Samuel
Hurl and Kevin Regimbald-Gagne as well as wide receiver Ismael Bamba.
Saskatchewan added two free agents Thursday, signing import defensive back Karl
Paymah and non-import defensive lineman Renaldo Sagesse. Heenan, who went first
overall in the draft, spent four seasons as an offensive lineman at the
University of Saskatchewan. The six-foot-four, 310-pound Heenan helped the
Huskies to three Canada West regular-season titles and four consecutive playoff
appearances. Hurl, at 6-1, 225 pounds, was taken 12th overall by the Riders. He
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Regimbald-Gagne, Saskatchewans 35th pick, was a standout linebacker with the
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CIS all-Canadian after registering 40 defensive tackles. Bamba, taken 39th
overall, had 50 receptions for 543 yards and four touchdowns with Sherbrooke
last season. The 6-1, 195-pound receiver added 12 kick returns for 310 yards and
one touchdown, as well as 18 punt returns for 208 yards and one TD. Paymah, at
6-0, 195 pounds, played 130 career NFL games over six seasons with Denver,
Minnesota and Houston. The 6-4, 289-pound Sagesse was drafted 25th overall by
the Montreal Alouettes in 2011. ’ ’ ’ 

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