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Funk posts 11-stroke victory in Turtle Bay Championship
Fred Funk had the most-lopsided victory ever in a 54-hole Champions Tour event, shooting his second straight 8-under 64 on Sunday for an 11-stroke win in the Turtle Bay Championship in Kahuku, Hawaii.
The 50-year-old Funk, still a regular on the PGA Tour, ended the suspense early with six birdies in a front-nine 30 and finished with a tournament record 23-under 193 total in the tour's first full-field event of the year.
Funk earned $240,000 for his second Champions Tour victory in five career starts. He also went wire-to-wire to win the AT&T Championship, the last full-field event in the 2006 season.
Tom Kite, who tied for second last week in the MasterCard, went double bogey-bogey on the last two holes to close with a 71, dropping him into a five-way tie at 12 under with 2006 winner Loren Roberts (66), Tom Purtzer (66), Denis Watson (68) and Kiyoshi Murota (72).
South African star Retief Goosen won the Qatar Masters in Doha, Qatar, eagling the final hole for a 3-under 69 and a one-stroke win over Nick O'Hern.
Goosen finished with a 15-under 273 total.
-- The Associated Press