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2018 Pro-Pro Port Royal

Monday, February 26, 2018

 

 

 

 

 

Host Course - Port Royal Golf Club - Robbers Row

Tee Times - 12:00 PM Shotgun
Format - Better Ball of Partners
Entry Fee - $200 per team (includes practice balls, golf and prizes)
*Optional $40 Skins Game paid on day of tournament
Eligibility: HHIPGA Chapter Members in good standing with the Carolinas Section and HHIPGA chapter. PGA Members and Apprentices are eligible to participate. Please contact Mark Teed at w:843-671-4417 or mteed@seapinescountryclub.com for assistance.

 

**Click Here For Tournament Results**

 

 

 

 

2018 Chapter Dues

Online Registration through BlueGolf

 

 

 

 

 

Class “A” Members (Except A-8) - $125
Registered Apprentices and PGA A-8 Members - $85 

Click appropriate link above to pay dues online.


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


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2018 CPGA Major Tournament Schedule

January 22, 2018

Items in bold have been confirmed

March 19-20 Head Professional Champ. / RBC Heritage Member Qual. Callawassie Island Club
April 2-3 Tar Heel Cup Matches River Landing CC
May 7-8 Pro-Am at Sequoyah National Sequoyah National GC
May 22-24 67th South Carolina Open Moss Creek GC (South)
June 5-7 54th SignArt North Carolina Open Pres. By Mobipaid The Club at Irish Creek
June 25-26 Section Senior Professional Championship Mimosa Hills G&CC
July 16-17 Pro-Assistant Championship River Landing CC
August 7-9 94th Carolinas Open Pres. by BB&T Greensboro CC (Carlson Farm)
August 27-29 Section Professional Championship The Sea Pines Resort
Sept 10-11 Section Assistant Championship Starmount Forest CC
November 27-29 E-Z-GO / AHEAD Pro-Pro Championship TBD
     
TBD Club Car Pro-Official Championship TBD
TBD OMEGA Match Play Championship TBD
     
Senior Schedule (Final)  
March 12-13 CPGA Senior Season Kickoff Pinewood CC
April 9-10 CPGA Senior Spring Classic Greensboro CC Irving Park
June 18-19 CPGA Wilmington Senior Open CC of Landfall
July 9-10 CPGA Senior Summer Shootout Prestwick CC
July 30-31 CPGA Senior Sandhills Open Pinewild CC
Sept 17-18 CPGA Durham Senior Open Treyburn CC
Oct 29-30 CPGA Senior Fall Finals Old North State Club
     
Assistants' Association (dates added when finalized)  
March 5 Pro-Pro Better Ball Cedarwood CC
March 26 Pro-Pro Better Ball Daniel Island Club
April 24 Individual Stableford Raleigh CC
May 14 Format TBD High Point CC
July 30 Format TBD Rolling Hills CC
August 20 Format TBD Eagle Point GC
Nov 12-13 North South Cup River Landing CC
 

2017 July Pro-Scratch

July 22, 2017

The third HHIPGA event was won by Secession Assistant Seth Sweet and his amateur playing partner Matt Nihiser.  A special Thanks to host PGA Professionals Scott Hunter, James Scales and the Wexford members for hosting the event this Saturday. Pictured below are winners Seth Sweet (Left) and Matt Nihiser (Right).

Results

 

2017 43rd Annual Hilton Head Open

Moss Creek Golf Club

The Final Round pairings are posted for play on Sunday, August 20th.

Click here to view Final Round pairings and tee times

Final Scoring Summary

Final Prize Money

 
 
 
  
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Sunday April 22 05:45pm EDT
 
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Humidity: 73%
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2018 Chapter Events

 

Pro - Pro at Port Royal

Monday, February 26

 

Registration Closed

 

 

 
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