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2017 Carolinas Section Area III Meeting

June 19, 2017

Congratulations to Hilton Head Chapter Members, Tom Logue (Moss Creek GC) and Mark Tomedolsky (Cherokee Plantation) on there win at the Area III Challenge Title!

 

Thank you to Krista Dunton (Berkeley Hall Club) in leading the meeting's educational discussion on Player Development and representing our chapter!

 

 

 

 

 

It was a beautiful day at Osprey Point Golf Course - Kiawah Island for the 2017 Carolinas PGA Global Golf Sales Area III Meeting and Golf Challenge Presented by Bionic Glove, PGA Tour, PXG & Source4.  The team of Mark Tomedolskey (Cherokee Plantation) and Tom Logue (Moss Creek GC) won after carding an impressive score of 25 points in this modified stableford scoring event to capture the Area Challenge Championship.

 

Area III Professionals gathered for fellowship and education, highlighted by a board update from Vice President Paige Cribb and an engaging player development presentation by CPGA Teaching & Coaching Committee Member & Golf Magazine Top 100 Instructor Krista Dunton, PGA from Berkeley Hall Club.  A special thank you to Area III Director Josh Wagaman for administering the meeting and Head PGA Professional Ric Ferguson and the Osprey Point staff for hosting the event.

 

We could not conduct our area meetings without the support of our partners.  Please give them the opportunity to earn your business:

 

Global Golf Sales: Jim Hollis (hollisj@msn.com ~ 803.608.8457)

Bionic Glove:  John Ballback and David Alan Day (cgolfsales@gmail.com ~ 252.292.1119)

PXG: South Carolina Master Fitter Gavin Gillespie (ggillespie@pxg.com ~ 480-261-2923)

Source4: Mike Bosche (Mike.Bosche@Source4.com  ~ 314.575.9492) 

 

Global Golf Sales Area Golf Challenge Champions

Logue & Tomedolskey - 25 pts**

 

** Logue & Tomedolskey will advance with their Area Director (Josh Wagaman) to the Carolinas PGA Area Challenge Section Championship on Monday, October 9th, at the Greensboro CC – Farm Course.  Logue & Tomedolskey also each earn a spot in the Global Golf Sales Par 3 Challenge, a $1,000 per hole skins game on Monday, Nov 27th before the CPGA Pro-Pro Championship at Pinewild Country Club’s par-3 “Azalea” Course featuring 72 PGA Professionals.

 

Global Golf Sales Closest to the Hole #3:

1 –  Tom Logue 6’8” $100*

2 –  Richard Sierzega 7’8”- $50*

3 –  Jeff Pinkney 9’4”– Set of Golf Grips

*Checks will be mailed from Global Golf Sales to the winners

 

Source4 Closest to the Hole #6:

Carolinas PGA Dartboard – Jeff Pinkney 7’5”

 

PXG Long Drive Hole #8

$50 – Aric Zuberbier

 

2017 HHIPGA March Pro-Pro

March 6, 2017

The HHIPGA held its second event of the year at Port Royal Golf Club.  The Pro – Pro event was conducted on the Robbers Row Course.  A special thanks to HHIPGA Vice President, Ben Smith, and his entire team for the outstanding service and great hospitality at Port Royal.  Charles Fox, Head Professional at Berkeley Hall Club, and his partner Jason Heintschel, Assistant Professional at Long Cove Club, carded an 8-under par 64 to win by 3 shots.  The event was close until Jason and Charles recorded and eagle 2 on the Par 4 16th hole.  Below is a picture of our Champions.  Charles Fox is pictured left and Jason Heintschel on the right.  We wish everyone a great spring golf season!

 

Final Results

 

 

2017 HHIPGA Pro-Pro @ Kiawah

February 27, 2017

We kicked off a great 2017 tournament season at the Ocean Course!  What a great way to begin our year with fantastic weather and a wonderful turnout of 20 teams.  Special thanks to Stephen Younger, Head Golf Professional, and his entire team for hosting our event and treating us to 5 star service and hospitality.  Congratulations to our Champions Matt Bova (Secession Golf Club) and Dylan Thew (Kiawah – Cassique) on posting an 8 under 64 and claiming victory by two shots.  Pictured below are our Champions  Dylan (left) and Matt (right).

 

  

 

Results

 

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 

 

Click appropriate link above to pay dues online.
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

 
 
 
  
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Stuart Clark Wins 2016 National Car Rental Carolinas Assistant PGA Professional Championship

Stuart Clark has won the 2016 National Car Rental Carolinas Assistant PGA Professional Championship held this week at River Run Country Club in Davidson, NC. Clark, a PGA apprentice and Teaching Professional at the Steve Dresser Golf Academy in Pawleys Island, SC, carded rounds of 68-74 for a 2-under par total of 142 to finish in a three-way tie for first place. Joining him in a sudden death playoff on the 18th hole were Savio Nazareth, PGA and Anthony Cordes who also finished with 142. Clark made his birdie putt on 18 while Nazareth and Cordes missed theirs, securing him the championship. Along with his victory, Clark earns a spot in the 40th National Car Rental Assistant PGA Professional Championship to be held October 27-30 at PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Florida later this year. Taking the other four available qualifying spots and joining Clark in Florida will be Savio Nazareth, PGA, Anthony Cordes, Aaron Black, and Barry Pierce, PGA. PGA Golf Club will be hosting its twenty-first consecutive PGA Assistant Championship. The 132-man field for this year's 40th edition of the Assistant PGA Professional Championship consists of the top 4 finishers from last year's championship, if eligible, and assistants based on the average number of players in the last 5 years (using actual number of eligible players starting each Section's Championship). The winner of the 40th National Car Rental Assistant PGA Professional Championship earns $9,000 out of a total purse of $100,000. The Champion, if eligible, earns a berth in the 50th PGA Professional Championship, June 25-28, 2017 at Sunriver Resort.  The Carolinas PGA Section would like to thank the PGA Head Golf Professional at River Run Country Club, Chris Hensler, PGA and his staff for hosting a fantastic event on a course that provided a true test for the field. The CPGA also thanks supporting sponsors Kirk & Matz, Ltd. for their contributions to the event and supplying the winner's crystal trophy, and Cleveland Golf, Srixon, and XXIO for their support of the event. RESULTS View More...

NCR Assistant Championship Underway

Leaders at the National Car Rental Assistant Championship take off on #1 this morning at River Run CC. For more on this tournament, please see here.    View More...

92nd Carolinas Open Champion

Greensboro, NC – Drew Younts of Stokesdale, NC captured the 92nd Carolinas Open Presented by BB&T at Bryan Park Golf & Conference Center by way of a playoff over Thomas Lilly of Newton, NC. Younts, a PGA Apprentice Teaching Professional at Precision Golf School, entered the third and final round with a three stroke lead after two flawless rounds of 68-67 (-9).  The pressure of the final round seemed to change his situation as Younts' game went hot and cold.  He carded five birdies, seven pars, and five bogies en route to a 35-38=73 (+1) for a total of 208 (-8).   Lilly, a college amateur at UNC Wilmington, opened the tournament with a 74, but closed with rounds of 67-67 to also finish at 208 (-8). The duo headed to the 18th hole, a straightaway par-4 with small segmented portions to its green surrounded by hills on all sides providing natural spectator viewing.  Younts and Lilly traded matching pars the first two times through.  Once, Younts almost birdied with a chip shot, but the flagstick rejected his effort.  On the third hole, both competitors hit wild tee shots - Younts to the right and Lilly to the left.  Younts was able to advance his ball to the front left greenside bunker, but Lilly caught a tree with his approach and then hit his wedge to 30 feet.  After carefully examining his shot, Younts nearly holed his 60-foot bunker shot, leaving it two feet away.  As Lilly's par attempt rolled to the hole, the crowd could tell it was going to be close.  However, the line and speed were just off as the ball finished three inches away.  Younts rolled in the winning putt and gave an enthusiastic fist pump to signal his satisfaction with the victory. Of the 147 golfers who competed, 66 survived the 36-hole cut at +6. The 92nd Carolinas Open Presented by BB&T is an official Bob Boyd CPGA Player of the Year Award Presented by OMEGA points event.  Additionally, PGA Professionals' scores count toward the CPGA Johnny Palmer Trophy Presented by True Temper.           View More...

Happening Now: Final Round 92nd Carolinas Open

The final round of the 92nd Carolinas Open Presented by BB&T is underway now at Bryan Park Golf Course. Live scoring is taking place all over the course this afternoon. Drew Younts (pictured putter) of Stokesdale, NC still holds the lead at -9 thru 8. Follow along and show your support for golfers in our final round! #CPGAMAJORS   View More...

Day 2: 92nd Carolinas Open Presented by BB&T

A little rain won't stop us. Day 2 of the 92nd Carolinas Open Presented by BB&T is underway this morning at Bryan Park Golf Course. You can keep up with scores with our online leaderboard. If you're on site and sharing photos, tweets or other social media posts, be sure to tag your content #CPGAMajors and #CarolinasGolfMonth!      View More...

Live Updates from 92nd Carolinas Open Presented by BB&T

Best of luck to all of those in the field this week at Bryan Park Golf Course. If you find yourself in any of our media content, tag yourself! We'll be uploading photos and videos throughout the week on our social media channels. A photo album specific to this event has been created on our Facebook page, which can be accessed here. You can also use hashtag #CPGAMAJORS to follow along with our live updates from the course. Here's to a great week of golf! Click to Follow on Facebook | Click to Follow on Twitter | Click to Follow on Instagram   View More...

Defending Champion, Jerry Haas, PGA Arrives at the 92nd Carolinas Open

Our defending champion, Jerry Haas, PGA warms up on the range at the 92nd Carolinas Open presented by BB&T. #CPGAMAJORS A video posted by Carolinas PGA (@carolinaspga) on Aug 2, 2016 at 4:48am PDT View More...

Thank You, Vincent!

  Today we bid farewell to our summer intern, Vincent! Thank you for your hard work during your time here at the Carolinas PGA Section, specifically with tournaments. Your determination, consistency and ability to go above and beyond on and off the golf course was tremendous and we couldn't be prouder to have supported you on your journey to becoming a PGA member. Best of luck to you and keep swinging!                         - Team CPGA                                                   View More...

Get Ready for Golf Month!

Check out this update and more in this week's issue of On the Fringe! Now available: www.carolinas.pga.com/newsletter  View More...

Gus Ulrich, PGA Captures Carolinas PGA Senior Professional Championship Title

  Gus Ulrich, PGA  captured the title of Carolinas PGA Senior Professional Champion at the CPGA Senior Championships held on the Ralston Creek Course of the beautiful Daniel Island Club in Daniel Island, SC on July 25th & 26th, 2016. Ulrich posted scores of 67 and 69 for a 36-hole total of 8-under par 136 to win the championship by one stroke. Along with his victory, Ulrich earns a spot in the 28th Senior PGA Professional Championship to be held November 17-20 at PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, FL. With six qualifying spots availabe into that event, five other Carolinas PGA Professionals will be making the trip to Florida with Ulrich: Michael Hutcheon, PGA, Neal Lancaster, PGA, Tony Branham, PGA, Doug Weaver, PGA, and Rick Lewallen, PGA. Lewallen came out on top of a three-way playoff for the final spot, which took one hole with Lewallen making a birdie three. The top 35 finishers in the Senior PGA Professional Championship move on the the Senior PGA Championship in 2017 at Trump National Golf Club in Potomac Falls, VA.  The CPGA Senior Championships contested three other divisions in which amateurs could compete. In the Champions Division, amateur Eddie Hargett came from five strokes back after round 1 to win with scores of 75-68 for a 1-under par 143.  The Super Seniors Division was won by PGA Professional Mike Hamilton had scores of 71-69 for a 4-under 140. And in the Legends Division, amateur John Green won with 78-74 for a total of 8-over par 152. The Carolinas PGA thanks the host General Manager Greg Keating, PGA and Director of Golf Chris Edwards, PGA along with the staff of Daniel Island Club for their gracious hospitality, as well as supporting partners Mercedes-Benz and the PGA Tour. View More...

Wyndham Championship Pro Am Walking Ambassador Program

PGA Members and Apprentices:   The Carolinas PGA will once again provide walking ambassadors for the Wyndham Pro-Ams.  Please mark your calendar if you are interested in helping on Monday, August 15 and/or Wednesday, August 17.  Feel free to reply to this email if you want to get on the list. We are recruiting PGA Professionals to be walking ambassadors for the Pro-Ams at Sedgefield Country Club for the Wyndham Championship.  This program has been very well-received in past years and has been a great experience for those who volunteered.  We will be walking along with a tour player and his group, providing assistance to the amateurs as they play.  This may involve providing yardages, reading greens, raking bunkers, giving tips, etc., to help the tour player and his caddie help their team. Volunteers will receive 5 MSR Please contact Kurt Battenberg at the Section Office if you are interested in helping.   View More...

In contention again, Reed preaches patience

For the third time in his last seven events, Patrick Reed enters the weekend at a PGA Tour event in contention for his first victory of the 2016-17 season. View More...

Day records wrong score, misses cut by two strokes

Jason Day birdied three of his first four holes on Friday, but a scoring error changed that. He missed the Travelers cut by two. View More...

Water hazard save helps Rory make cut

Rory McIlroy made par after hitting a tee shot into a water hazard and bogey after hitting 4 inches behind his ball. Oh, and he made the cut at the Travelers. View More...

Reid breaks out with 65 in bid for Solheim Cup spot

Mel Reid hasn't had a great LPGA season, but Friday's 65 in Arkansas can help turn things around in a Solheim Cup year. View More...

Cut Line: Dissolution and solution

Phil Mickelson and Jim 'Bones' Mackay call it quits, while Jordan Spieth fixes his putting. Plus, a new era of Tour drug testing. View More...

Watch: Olesen not happy with ruling at BMW

Thorbjorn Olesen got incorrect information from a referee, and he was not happy about the incident after his second round at the BMW. View More...

Spieth (69) stays in Travelers hunt thanks to putting

Jordan Spieth wasn't at his best on Friday at the Travelers, but his putting was good enough to keep him under par. View More...

Lahiri (73-63) extols virtues of meditation

Anirban Lahiri (63) recently spent 12 days at a meditation center. Lahiri said the program has helped him deal with on-course and off-course issues. View More...

Some PGA pros unhappy with Uresti's win

Omar Uresti won the PGA Professional Championship Wednesday to earn a spot in the PGA Championship and six PGA Tour events. But Uresti's victory hasn't sat well with some PGA teaching professionals. View More...
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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