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Allen justifies special invite with Senior PGA Championship win

Michael Allen Senior PGA Championship
Michael Allen gave a big hug to the Alfred S. Bourne Trophy after his big win at Canterbury. (Photo: The PGA of America)

After receiving a special invite from The PGA of America, Michael Allen ended a 20-year victory drought in dramatic fashion Sunday, making a clutch birdie on Canterbury's brutal 18th hole to win the 70th Senior PGA Championship and join Arnold Palmer as the only men in history to win the Alfred S. Bourne Trophy in their Champions Tour debut.

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