Notes: Mix-up helps Horrobin land local sponsor
Fans watch U.S. Senior Open winner Kenny Perry and Michael Allen on the 10th hole. Perry's victory was worth $500,000 and a spot in next year's U.S. Open.
Posted: Sunday, July 14, 2013 12:00 am
Peter Horrobin's week in Omaha, although he missed the cut, has long-term benefits for the Jamaican-born pro from south Florida. SilverStone Group will sponsor him for the next year.
“It's all up to me now,'' said Horrobin, who used savings to pay for his Senior Open expenses. “As soon as I get back home, I'll get a schedule put together to send them. I'm so thankful.”
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