Kenny Perry takes Senior Players Championship for 1st major win

June 30, 2013 at 2:58 PM

PITTSBURGH, June 30 (UPI) -- Kenny Perry fired a 6-under-par 64 Sunday, outpacing the field at the Senior Players Championship to win his first major title on the Champions Tour.

The 52-year-old Perry used his third consecutive round in the low 60s to finish at 19-under 261, overtaking third-round leader Fred Couples.

Perry, who lost to Angel Cabrera in a playoff at the 2009 Masters, posted his third overall triumph on the seniors circuit.

Couples, the 2011 Senior Players Championship winner, carded a 2-under 68, ending at 17-under-par 263.

He claimed second place along with Duffy Waldorf (64) at Fox Chapel Golf Club.

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