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PGA pros play at Straight Down Fall Classic in San Luis Obispo

Straight Down Fall Classic
Kenny Perry (right) and his partner Tony Verna (center) won the 23rd annual Straight Down Fall Classic

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. - Big names in professional golf came to San Luis Obispo Country Club for the 23rd annual Straight Down Fall Classic this weekend.

PGA Tour pro Brandon Harkins and his partner, amateur Tony Verna, won the two-day, two-man team event. The pair shot 14-under par.

Three-time PGA Tour winner Rod Pampling and his partner, Chicago Cubs infielder Ian Happ, finished tied for third at 11-under.

Kenny Perry, who has won 14 times on the PGA Tour, and his partner finished the tournament at 10-under par.

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