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Short earns 1 of 5 cards for Champions Tour
Saturday - 11/23/2013, 4:29pm EST
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Wes Short Jr. earned one of five Champions Tour cards for next season in his first attempt at the 50-and-older circuit.
Short turns 50 on Dec. 4. He closed with 68 to tie the Champions Tour Q-school record at 20-under 264. He earned $30,000 for his five-shot victory over Mike Reid and Jim Rutledge of Canada. Rutledge started the final round outside the top 12 and closed with a 65 in rainy conditions at the TPC Scottsdale to earn his card.
The final two spots were decided in a playoff Saturday morning because of the rain.
Scott Dunlap and Jeff Hart each made par on the first playoff hole to get full exempt status for 2014 season.
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