Kevin Tway wins Boise Open in a playoff

July 28, 2013 

Kevin Tway birdied the first hole of the playoff to defeat Spencer Levin at the Albertsons Boise Open at Hillcrest Country Club on Sunday afternoon.

Both Tway and Levin finished at 23-under par for the tournament, breaking the tournament record for lowest winning score. The previous mark of 22-under was set last year.

Levin had a par on the first playoff hole — No. 18 at Hillcrest.

Levin shot a 63 (8-under) in Sunday's final round to climb the leaderboard. Tway shot a 64.

Three players finished at 22-under, including third-round leader Philip Pettitt Jr. and Tour money leader Michael Putnam.

Tway is the son of former PGA Tour player Bob Tway, who won eight times on the Tour, including the 1986 PGA Championship. Kevin Tway is now sixth on the Tour money list.

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