Joe Panzeri, Matt Marshall, 2012 - Windemere Golf & CC)
$150,000 (Canadian dollars)
1st Place - $27,000; 2nd Place - $16,200; 3rd Place - $10,200
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Five players at
Past ATB Financial Classic Winners
Winner (Score) -- Runners-Up
Joe Panzeri (271) -- Kyle Stough, Chris Epperson, Kevin Tucker
*Michael Gligic (270) -- Matt Marshall
Hugo Leon (271) -- Jose de Jesus Rodriguez
Dustin Risdon (267) -- Adam Hadwin
Graham DeLaet (267) -- Byron Smith
*Dustin Risdon (264) -- George Bradford
Mike Grob (264) -- Alan McLean
* - Won in Playoff
Top Contenders in the Field
Sports Network Selections
Pick to Win - Joel Dahmen
Darkhorse - Greg Eason
Last Week's Pick to Win (Richard McDonald) - Finished tied for 43rd
Last Week's Darkhorse (Matt Hill) - Missed the cut
The PGA Tour Canada travels to Calgary, Alberta this week for the ATB
Financial Classic at Sirocco Golf Club. The five tournament winners of 2014
are in the field - Joel Dahmen, Timothy Madigan, Josh Persons, Matt Harmon and
Dahmen is the only player that has two wins this season. He currently leads
the money list by more than $10,000 over Madigan, Dahmen and Madigan are the
only players that have three top-5 finishes in 2014.
Last year, Joe Panzeri carded rounds of 68-64-69-70 to win the by two strokes
over Kyle Stough, Chris Epperson and Kevin Tucker. Panzeri was ahead by three
entering the final round, marking the second straight year he held the 54-hole
lead at this event. In 2012, he squandered that lead and ended in third, but
he delivered in 2013, finishing 72 holes at 17-under-par 271 for his second
PGA Tour Canada win. Panzeri's other PGA Tour Canada win on came at the 2011
Dakota Dunes Casino Open.
In 2012, Michael Gligic defeated Matt Marshall on the second playoff hole to
earn his first PGA Tour Canada victory. The pair finished regulation tied at
14-under 270 at Windemere Golf & Country Club.
Hugo Leon shot rounds of 66-68-66-71 in 2011 to earn the victory. Leon
finished at 13-under 271 and won by a stroke over Jose de Jesus Rodriguez for
his first victory on the PGA Tour Canada.
In 2010, Dustin Risdon closed with rounds of 63-66 on the weekend, cruising to
an impressive 4-shot win over Adam Hadwin. Risdon finished 72 holes on the
Edmonton Country Club course with a 17-under 267 to capture his third tour
victory and second at this event.
Graham DeLaet fired an 8-under 64 in the final round in 2009 to win by four
strokes over Byron Smith. DeLaet finished the tournament at 21-under-par 267
for his first of two victories in 2009. DeLaet finished the season atop the
PGA Tour Canada money list with over $90,000 in earnings. DeLaet, from
Saskatchewan, now plays on the PGA Tour and is the top-ranked Canadian golfer
in the world at No. 38. He is currently 28th on the PGA Tour money list with
over $2 million in earnings this year.
In 2008, Risdon birdied the first playoff hole to defeat George Bradford and
win at Cottonwood Golf and Country Club. Risdon shot rounds of 67-62-65-70.
Bradford fired an 8-under 63 in the final round to join Risdon at 20-under-par
264. They tied the tournament scoring record that Mike Grob set in 2007.
Grob won the 2007 event, as he fired a 6-under 66 in the final round to win
the inaugural tournament. Grob completed his fifth PGA Tour Canada win at 24-
The PGA Tour Canada moves to Ontario next week for the inaugural Forces
and Families Open at Hylands Golf Club in Ottawa.
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