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2017 Hilton Head Island Chapter Dues

Early Bird Dues
Class “A” Members (Except A-8) - $115
Registered Apprentices and PGA A-8 Members - $75 

Dues Paid after February 20th

Class “A” Members (Except A-8) - $135
Registered Apprentices and PGA A-8 Members - $95 

 

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If paying dues online, please fill out and print form below.


Click Here for Dues form and mail-in with your check to Tom Logue (Address on Form).

Dues must be paid prior and in-hand to participate in any scheduled tournaments. 

 

 

 

2016 HHIPGA December Pro-Pro

December 12, 2016

 

The HHIPGA concluded the 2016 tournament season with the Pro-Pro Tournament @ The Links @ Stono Ferry in Charleston, SC.   A special thanks to Mike Ramsden, PGA, and his team for hosting the event.   Mark Tomedolskey, Cherokee Plantation, and Brian Crum, Oyster Reef, captured the event with a thrilling playoff victory.   They birdied the first playoff hole over Ben Sloan and Andrew Polm both from The Links @ Stono Ferry.  Information on joining the chapter for 2017 will be sent out very soon.  We look forward to an exciting year.  Please join us for our first 2017 meeting on January 9th @ Colleton River.  We wish everyone a Happy and Healthy 2017.

 

Pictured: Mark Tomedolskey (left) & Brian Crum (right)

 

Final Results   Payout

 

HHIPGA Chapter Meeting & Awards

November 14th, 2016

 

The HHIPGA Chapter gathered for our fall meeting and annual awards at the Callawassie Island Club.  A special thanks to Jeff Spencer, PGA General Manager, and his team for hosting the event.  HHIPGA Vice President, Ben Smith, presented our Chapter Awards to three Chapter PGA Professionals.

 

Derrick Garrou, PGA

PGA Professional of the Year

 

 

Jason Baile, PGA

PGA Teaching Professional of the Year

 

 

Monica Franklin, PGA

PGA Assistant Professional of the Year

 

 

 

HHIPGA Pro-Pro-Pro-Pro

November 14, 2016

 

The HHIPGA Chapter Pro-Pro-Pro-Pro Tournament was held at Callawassie Island Club.  The golf course was in fantastic shape and a special thanks to Wes Grantham, Head Golf Professional, and his entire team.  The 27 hole format of Better Ball, Chapman, and Scramble while changing partners each nine provided a great day of fun and fellowship for our Chapter Professionals.

 

Winning the 2016 event in a chip off (pictured below left to right) was the team of Pete Popovich, Mark Tomedolskey, Jim Uremovich, and Evan Belcher.

 

 
Final Results                             Payout
 

HHIPGA Chapter Championship & Assistants Championship

                                                                         

 

Thanks to all Chapter Professionals who participated in the 2016 Chapter Championship and Assistants Championship.  Day 1 was contested at Sea Pines CC and the final round at Belfair GC.  While mother nature did not cooperate and allow us to finish the first day a special thanks to Ray Bragg and his staff as Sea Pines was in fantastic condition.  Both events became 18 hole competitions and the final round at Belfair GC, West Course, determined our Champion.  Congratulations to our 2016 Chapter Champion, Dylan Thew (pictured below).  Dylan is the PGA Head Golf Professional at Kiawah Island Club – Cassique.   Dylan shot Even Par 72 to edge Matt Bova (Haig Point) by one shot.  David Rogers, PGA Teaching Professional, from The GC @ Indigo Run is our 2016 HHIPGA Chapter Assistants Champion.  David shot 75 to win by one shot over Blake Thomas (Belfair) and Daniel Costenbader (Golden Bear).  A special thanks to our event sponsor, Hargray.

 

                                                                     

Final Chapter Championship Results

FInal Assistant Championship Results

 
 
 
  
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2017 HHIPGA Events

Honor's Cup Matches
Sunday, February 12, 2017
Atlantic Dunes
Professionals Win
9.5-8.5
Professional Team
Captain: Tim Sutherland
Co-Captain: Derrick Garrou
Matt Bova
Lee Stroever
David Rogers
Dylan Thew
Derrick Garrou
Matt Lucchesi
Tom Logue
Ben Smith
Blake Thomas
Pete Popovich
Charles Fox
Evan Belcher


2017 HHIPGA Pro-Pro
Monday, February 27th
Kiawah - Ocean Course
1:00 PM Shotgun


2017 HHIPGA Pro-Pro
Monday, March 6th
Port Royal - Robbers Row
12:00 PM Shotgun

2016 HHIPGA Events

2016 Pro-1Am - 90% Hdcp
Saturday, July 23rd
Haig Point Club

Results
Payout

2016 Hilton Head Open
Saturday-Sunday, August 20-21
Moss Creek

Prize Payout
Final Scoring Results
Closest to Hole Winners



2016 Professionals/Assistants
Championship

Monday-Tuesday, August 29-30
Round I: Sea Pines - Cancelled
Round II: Belfair-West 12:40 TX

Professionals Live Scoring
Professionals Payout
Assistants Live Scoring

Assistants Payout
 

2016 Pro-Pro-Pro-Pro
Monday, November 14th
Callawassie Island Club

27-Holes
Details
Results/Payout


2016 Pro-Pro Championship
Monday, December 12th

Stono Ferry in Charleston
Pairings
Results
Payout