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Daly takes first win since 2004



Two-time major champion John Daly won his first PGA sanctioned tournament since 2004, capturing the 50-and-over Champions Tour's Insperity Invitational by a stroke Sunday in Texas.

Daly closed with three bogeys in a row but fired a final-round three-under par 69 to win the 54-hole event with a 14-under par 202 total at The Woodlands, edging US compatriots Kenny Perry and Tommy Armour III by a stroke.

Daly, who turned 51 on April 28, had not won a PGA-sanctioned event since the 2004 Buick Invitational, a triumph that helped make him that season's US PGA Tour Comeback Player of the Year.

Daly, who made his Champions Tour debut at the Insperity last year, has been a fan favourite for his outspoken style and zest for life.

He broke onto the scene by winning the 1991 PGA Championship after being the last alternate into the field. His other major title came at the 1995 British Open.

LEADING FINAL SCORES

202 - John Daly 68 65 69

203 - Tommy Armour III 69 67 67, Kenny Perry 69 65 69

205 - Kevin Sutherland 72 66 67

206 - Jay Haas 67 72 67

207 - Jay Don Blake 72 67 68

208 - Bob Tway 72 70 66, Mark Brooks 68 70 70, Kirk Triplett 67 71 70, Scott Dunlap 71 67 70, Paul Goydos 68 70 70, Miguel Angel Jimenez 71 66 71

209 - Woody Austin 70 72 67, Scott Parel 72 69 68, Tom Lehman 64 75 70, Stephen Ames 74 65 70, Fred Couples 70 68 71

211 - David Toms 70 73 68, Bernhard Langer 69 73 69, Scott McCarron 73 67 71, Steve Pate 70 69 72



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