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Furyk wins debut on Champions Tour

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GRAND BLANC, Mich. (AP) Jim Furyk turned 50 when golf was shut down and made the most of it when the PGA Tour Champions returned, closing with a 4-under 68 to win the Ally Challenge on Sunday when Brett Quigley bogeyed his last two holes.

Furyk became the first player since Miguel Angel Jimenez in 2014 to win in his start on the 50-and-older circuit.

"I'm the 19th person to come out and win their first event on the PGA Tour Champions," Furyk said. "It sounds so ordinary when you say it that way. Wow, I'm amazed. It felt pretty darn hard to do."


Money Leaders: Champions
Rank Player Earnings
1 Brett Quigley $641,687
2 Bernhard Langer $592,137
3 Scott Parel $469,737
4 Ernie Els $465,916
5 Miguel Angel Jimenez $443,732
6 Fred Couples $423,467
7 Woody Austin $382,740
8 Kevin Sutherland $340,931
9 Retief Goosen $338,596
10 Jim Furyk $300,000
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