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Photo by Stan Schrock

Justin Keiley embraces his caddy, Mike Holmes, on Sunday after winning the Rocky Mountain Open at Tiara Rado Golf Course. Keiley shot a three-day score of 198 to pick up a two-shot victory.

Cool in the clutch

Keiley holds on to win Rocky Mountain Open title

The wheels never came completely off, but they were wobbly for most of the day.

Justin Keiley wasn’t in full panic mode, but he did not have a fun day on the links.

The final round of the 79th-annual Rocky Mountain Open was filled with drama on a day when it was not expected.

Keiley had ripped through the Tiara Rado Golf Course over the first two days, posting a 14-under par score of 128.

After his bogey free rounds got him a 68 and 65, his eight-shot lead looked as secure as a bank vault.

But this is golf, where anything can happen and nearly did.


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