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Joe Panzeri hopes ATB Classic victory sign of things to come in PGA Tour quest

Four years ago, on the opposite side of the city, Joe Panzeri’s close pal put his name on this same trophy.

Joe Panzeri wins ATB Financial Classic

Joe Panzeri shot a final round 70 to win the ATB Financial Classic, his second career PGA Tour Canada win.

Idaho’s Joe Panzeri is in the lead through three rounds of the PGA Tour of Canada’s ATB Financial Classic at Country Hills Golf Club.

Idaho’s Joe Panzeri is in the lead through three rounds of the PGA Tour of Canada’s ATB Financial Classic at Country Hills Golf Club.

PGA Tour Canada: Joe Panzeri wins ATB Financial Classic

Calgary, AB (August 9, 2013) – Meridian, Idaho’s Joe Panzeri shot a final round 70 to win the ATB Financial Classic presented by TELUS Friday, his second career PGA TOUR Canada win. Panzeri finished 17-under par total for a two stroke victory and moved into third place on the PGA TOUR Canada Order of Merit.

Panzeri hits halfway mark in first at Canadian Tour Championship

Joe Panzeri of Meridian, ID, shot a seven-under 64 on Friday to snatch the lead by one over a tightly packed field after the second round of the Canadian Tour Championship at Scarboro Golf & Country Club.

CanTour Rookie Joe Panzeri Hits Jackpot At Dakota Dunes Casino Open

(Saskatoon, SK., July 10, 2011) – Canadian Tour rookie Joe Panzeri of Boise, ID carded a final round 70 en route to clinching the $32,000 Dakota Dunes Casino Open.

JOE PANZERI WINS B.C. REGIONAL QUALIFIER TO EARN EXEMPTION INTO 2011 RBC CANADIAN OPEN

Vancouver (Golf Canada) – American Joe Panzeri of Meridian, Ida. shot a 4-under 68 at Point Grey Golf and Country and then outlasted two fellow competitors in a two-hole playoff to win the B.C. Regional Qualifier and an exemption into the 2011 RBC Canadian Open.

Joe Panzeri: Lone BC Regional Canadian Open Qualifier

Joe Panzeri of Meridian, Idaho shot birdies on two of his final three holes for a bogey-free 4-under par 68 and a tie for first place at Vancouver’s Point Grey Golf and Country Club, then scored another birdie on the second playoff hole to win the B.C. Regional Qualifier and an exemption into the 2011 RBC Canadian Open.