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Madison native Jerry Kelly wins Boeing Classic for first senior title

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MADISON (WKOW) -

From start to finish, Madison's Jerry Kelly won the Boeing Classic at The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge in Snoqualmie, WA shooting a 66 at six under in the final round to finish 19 under par overall.

The Boeing Classic was Kelly's 13th start on the PGA Tour of Champions this summer and is his first senior title. Kelly is a rookie on the tour after turning 50-years-old last November.

Kelly's 19 under par was good for a one stroke lead ahead of Jerry Smith for the top spot.

Kelly also set a new scoring record for the Boeing Classic with his 19 under overall score.

To view a complete leaderboard from the Boeing Classic, click here.

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