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Paladino qualifies for PGA Canadian Tour


Cody Paladino has had a busy 2014.

In January, the Kensington native qualified for the PGA Latin American Tour and has been playing his way through Central and South America over the past few months.

Just a few short weeks ago, Paladino qualified for the PGA Tour Canada in Orlando, Florida on April 18th. Paladino shot a four day total of 296 (+8) and finished tied for 20th.

Paladino’s first tournament with the Canadian Tour will be the PC Financial Open, held at Point Grey Golf Course in Vancouver, British Columbia, starting on May 26. Paladino will be able to compete on both the Canadian and Latin American Tours, as the Latin American Tour is currently on an extended break due to the pending winter months south of the equator.

Paladino has had an impressive first season on the Latin American Tour, as he’s shot par or better on over 82% of the holes he’s played. The Baylor alum has dropped in 65 birdies and two eagles throughout his first five tournaments.

The Canadian Tour will be played through September 14, while the Latin American Tour will continue its second half of the season on September 22.



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