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Craig Wilson wins Utah Senior Stroke Play championship for second straight year

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SALT LAKE CITY — Craig Wilson birdied the final four holes and won the Utah Senior Stroke Play Championship Wednesday at Stonebridge Golf Course.   

Wilson, a 57-year-old former BYU golfer, won the tournament for the second straight year and also won in 2015 when he also won the Senior Match Play tournament.

Wilson shot a final-round 69 and finished with a 208 total, two shots better than Randy Danjanovich, whose final-round 66 left him at 210. Kirk Siddens was third at 211, while Randy Hicken finished fourth at 215.

St. George’s Mike Hacker won the Super Senior Division with a 210 total, eight shots better than Steven Smith and nine ahead of Larry Beech. 

Randy Stewman won the Net Division at 213, while Brett Wiseman and Rod Zundel tied for second at 219.