Today is January 23, 2018
 

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

 

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

 

 
 
 
  
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2018 Chapter Events

 

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Skirpstas Takes Win at National Car Rental CPGA Assistant Championship

PGA Apprentice Peter Skirpstas of Jacksonville Country Club is the champion of the National Car Rental Carolinas Assistant PGA Professional Championship presented by Srixon/Cleveland/XXIO conducted at Prestonwood Country Club located in Cary, NC. Skirpstas, the low professional at the Carolinas PGA’s 2017 North and South Carolina Opens began his second round two strokes behind the leader, Ray Franz of Daniel Island Club (-4). Both players began their rounds on the hardest starting hole of the PGA Champions Tour, the Highlands Course’s number one hole. The weather conditions did not make it any easier. However, up to 10 mph winds and constant drizzle did not stop Skirpstas from firing 33-34= 67 (-5) and winning the event with a cumulative score of 137 (-7). Franz finished with a day two score of 35-35=70 (-2) and a total 138 (-6). Skirpstas and four other Carolinas PGA Professionals qualified for the 41st National Car Rental  Assistant PGA Professional Championship to take place November 9-12 at the PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, FL. Those advancing along with the champion include: Ray Franz of Daniel Island Club (-6), Aaron Black of Edgewater Golf Club (-2), Savio Nazareth of Starmount Forest Country Club (-1), and Tommy Gibson of Old Town Club (E). In addition to the five players with secured positions, four alternates for the national competition were determined.    View More...

Myrtle Beach area pros playing golf marathon for U.S. military patriots

For the fourth consecutive year, a group of Grand Strand club professionals and a few others in the golf business collectively known as the Myrtle Beach PGA Patriots will participate in a fundraising golf marathon for Patriot Golf Day.  At least 18 participants who are mostly area pros will attempt to play 100 holes of golf on Sunday, Sept. 3 at Rivers Edge Golf Club in Shallotte, N.C., and they are accepting donations for the Folds of Honor Foundation, which awards scholarships to the spouses and children of soldiers killed or injured during military service. The effort was started by East Coast Golf Management pros and is spearheaded by Crow Creek Golf Club head pro Jimmy Biggs. The contributions and number of participating pros is increasing.This year it includes: Biggs, Benson, Matt Biddington of Legends, Jay Smith of Prestwick, Brad Crumling of Founders Group, Jeff Diehl of Club Car, radio personality Brian Stefan of The Golf Monger with iNet golf, Wil Weldon, Chad Wiebelhaus of Thistle, Sebastian Beecroft of Rivers Edge, Mike Binder of Ahead headwear, Mike Buccerone of East Coast, Paige Cribb with the Carolinas PGA, Crow Creek and The Pearl teaching pro Jeff Davis, Mike DeLuca of Wachesaw East, Trey Ernstes of Brick Landing, Craig Kenley of Azalea Sands and Eric Morgan of Lockwood Folly. In addition to straight donations, pros can be sponsored per hole, per birdie, etc., through the website address http://bit.ly/2w4eesk. The golf marathon has raised nearly $90,000 in the past three years, including $40,000 last year. Donations have already reached $60,000 for this year’s event. The group has a goal of $70,000 for Folds of Honor this year. Best of luck to you, pros!   CONTINUE READING ON MYRTLEBEACHONLINE.COM   View More...

Are You Patriot Golf Day Ready?

Patriot Golf Day asks golfers every Labor Day weekend to add an extra dollar to their greens fees in order to help fund Folds of Honor Scholarships. If you’re participating in America’s Largest Nationwide Golf Fundraiser Patriot Golf Day, please send photos and donation totals after your events take place to Liz Muroski, CPGA Media and Promotions Director, lmuroski@pgahq.com.  If you haven’t yet done so, you can register your fundraiser at the link below, locate a participating course and join their efforts, or dedicate your game by creating an online fundraising page. Whatever you decide, it will change lives! LEARN MORE   View More...

CPGA Pro, Savio Nazareth, Participates in the 99th PGA Championship

Savio Nazareth, 2016 Carolinas PGA Section Professional Champion and Co-Carolinas PGA Bob Boyd Player of the Year presented by OMEGA is a playing marker in the first group today at the 99th PGA Championship. He is currently playing alongside Charles Howell III. They teed off at 8:05 this morning. Stay tuned on our social media channels for updates! Best of luck to you, Savio! View More...

99th PGA Championship at Quail Hollow Club

  The 99th PGA Championship kicked off Monday, August 7 at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, NC. Our team is covering the event live throughout the entire week. Tune into the action on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram channels so you don't miss a thing! @CarolinasPGA #PGAChamp For more information about the event, please visit: www.pga.com/events/pgachampionship View More...

Josh Nichols Wins 93rd Carolinas Open

Amateur Josh Nichols of Kernersville, NC is champion of the 93rd Carolinas Open Presented by BB&T conducted at Bryan Park Golf & Conference Center located in Greensboro, NC. Nichols, a former member of the Appalachian State University golf team, entered the third and final round tied for third place at -4, four strokes back of amateur Grant Powell of Colfax, NC, a member of the Greensboro College golf team (-8).  However, that lead was lost when Powell played the front nine in 40 strokes (+4). Coming down the stretch, Nichols and amateur Garett Reband of York, SC, a member of the University Oklahoma golf team traded spots atop the leaderboard.  Nichols made an unfortunate but heroic bogey, draining a long putt to finish his round at 34-34=68 (-4) to total 208 (-8).  With the door wide open, Reband was unable to take advantage, giving up bogeys on both of his final two holes to post a 34-35=69 (-3) also totaling 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.  Both players striped drives to the center of the fairway.  Nichols tugged his approach to the back left corner of the green while the hole was back right.  Reband left his shot underneath the flag, but below a ridge.  Nichols was first to play, but his putt was extremely difficult.  It measured 51 feet up a ridge and then had about 20 feet of break left to right and down a hill.  After studying the putt from various angles, Nichols made his stroke and watched the ball roll for approximately five seconds before watching it fall in at perfect speed for birdie (CHECK OUT THE VIDEO!).  Reband gave his birdie attempt a good run, but was unable to match. With the victory, Nichols earned the champion's trophy, the amateur contest first prize of $750 in Bryan Park golf shop credit, and a lifetime exemption into the Carolinas Open. Congratulations, Josh! Photos from the event can be found here     View More...

Registration Available Now! - 2017 Fall Teaching Summit

Click Here To Register Cost:  $100 for PGA Members | $75 for Apprentices | $125 for Non-PGA Members MSR: 10+ Credits Live Hands-On Teaching Sessions!  Deadline To Register: September 18 at 5:00 PM Click Here For Additional Information/Tentative Schedule   View More...

PGA REACH Carolinas to Implement PGA Works Internship for Diversity Placement

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (Aug. 2, 2017) PGA REACH, the 501 (c)(3) charitable foundation of the PGA of America—in conjunction with the Carolinas PGA Section—has selected Jessica Asbury, a 2017 Pfeiffer University graduate, for the PGA WORKS Internship program. PGA WORKS aspires to be the most valuable internship opportunity for individuals from diverse backgrounds to garner experience in all facets of the golf industry. Asbury will support programming of PGA REACH Carolinas, which serves as the philanthropic entity of the Section. The PGA of America recognizes that it will be defined by how its commitment to diversity and inclusion resonates throughout its programs and practices. This commitment is vital to the health and relevance of the Association’s business and the game overall. “All career paths start with awareness and opportunity, and providing individuals from diverse backgrounds entry into the golf industry is a priority for PGA REACH,” said Ryan Cannon, Senior Director, PGA REACH. “PGA WORKS is an important initiative, and we’re thrilled to have Jessica begin her career in golf with the PGA REACH Carolinas.” A native of Columbia, South Carolina, Asbury’s experience includes serving in various roles with the ACC Football Championship, Carolina Panthers, Kannapolis Intimidators and the Charlotte Knights for the 2016 Triple-A All-Star Festivities. Asbury recently earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Management. “I’m interested in pursuing a career within the golf industry, as I enjoy the hospitality, guest relations and event management components of the PGA,” said Asbury. “I love that through golf you're able to meet a diverse network of people. Personally, I would help the PGA promote diversity and inclusion, and in five years, it’s my desire to be a part of the Carolinas PGA family—advancing the organization through increased participation, quality events and first-class customer service.” For more information on PGA REACH, visit www.pgareach.org. View More...

Carolinas Open Kicks Off for 93rd Year!

August 1 is here and with that, so is the 93rd Carolinas Open (Presented by BB&T)! The prestigious tournament is one of several majors hosted by the Carolinas PGA throughout the year and brings golfers together for three days of play at Bryan Park Golf Course in Greensboro, NC. This year’s tournament field will house over 150 players as they compete for this year’s championship title. Defending champion, Drew Younts, a PGA Apprentice Teaching Professional at Precision Golf School from Stokesdale, NC, captured last year’s tournament by way of a playoff victory over Thomas Lilly of Newton, NC.  Who will be this year’s champion?! Stay tuned on the Carolinas PGA’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram channels for live updates and coverage throughout the week (@carolinaspga). Best of luck to all of our competitors out there! -- The 93rd 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...

August is National Golf Month!

Celebrate National Golf Month with us by sharing your favorite pics from the golf course! All month we will be featuring Carolinas PGA member photos in celebration of this exciting occasion. Let’s face it, every month is golf month when you’re a GOLFER but, this month, let’s show everyone why #CarolinasGolf stands out among the rest. Tweet, Facebook, Instagram, OR email your photos or videos to the Section and we’ll feature you on social, our site and an upcoming issue of On the Fringe! Use our hashtag #CAROLINASGOLF and feel free to share as many photos as you wish – we’ll be watching and sharing all month long. PLUS, we expect to see some particularly good pics from the PGA Championship at Quail Hollow next week! Happy golfing!    View More...

Abrams & Simpson Win Carolinas PGA Pro-Assistant

L-R:  Champions Kyle Simpson & Holden Abrams   The team of Holden Abrams and Kyle Simpson captured the Carolinas PGA Pro-Assistant Championship Presented by PING, Four County EMC, Greg Norman Collection, and Yamaha Golf Cars, held at River Landing Country Club in Wallace, NC. Abrams, the PGA Head Professional at Jacksonville CC in Jacksonville, NC, and Simpson, the PGA Apprentice General Manager at Bear Trail GC in Jacksonville, NC, posted rounds of 62-67=129 (-15).  Their rounds featured 15 team birdies, one eagle, and two bogeys.  Their final birdie proved to be the most important and timely.  Simpson drained a forty-foot putt on #18 to close out Ben Smith, the PGA Head Professional at Port Royal GC in Hilton Head Island, SC, and Seth Sweet, the PGA Apprentice Assistant Professional at Secession GC in Beaufort, SC, by one stroke.  Smith and Sweet finished one stroke behind at 66-64=130 (-14). Nearby lightning early in the morning of the second and final round forced the decision to move to two shotgun starts.  However, the skies later cleared and provided an enjoyable day.     View More...

CBS Sports Airs "Turning Passion Into Profession"

On Sunday, July 16, CBS Sports aired “Turning Passion into Profession” - an hour-long special narrated by Gary McCord which introduced viewers to PGA Professionals nationwide and highlighted the diverse roles they play as stewards of the game at the grassroots level. Among the many Professionals featured was Carolinas PGA Member and Head Professional, Scott Davenport of Quail Hollow Club, the host site of the 99th PGA Championship.  Davenport discussed his role at Quail Hollow as only the second PGA Head Professional in its history. He even offered a preview of the upcoming 99th PGA Championship and what is involved in hosting the Club’s first major. Davenport also spoke to the unique day of coaching Carolina Panthers players Thomas Davis, Luke Kuechly and Greg Olson. Check out the video below! Click to view.  View More...

Charlie Rymer - Fort Mill HS Golf Program Fundraiser - PGA Championship Week

Morning Drive Host Charlie Rymer is hosting a golf clinic, barbeque dinner, stories, and laughs on Monday, August 7 at Fort Mill GC to support the Fort Mill High School girls and boys golf program. He'll conduct a 45 minute golf clinic on the range and the Golf Channel is intending to tape a segment that will air on Morning Drive later that week during the PGA Championship at Quail Hollow.   The clinic begins at 5 pm, with dinner and an auction in the clubhouse from 6-7.  The cost is a $50 donation.    REGISTER OR DONATE HERE View More...

PGA of America Names Michael Mueller, PGA Carolinas Section Employment Consultant

The Carolinas PGA is pleased to announce that PGA Employment Services has named Michael Mueller, PGA the new Carolinas PGA Section Employment Consultant. Mueller becomes part of the expanded team of 18 employment consultants now serving PGA Members and employers across the country. Recently, PGA Employment Services added eight new field consultants to its team who will provide a unique opportunity to forge stronger relationships with both PGA Members and​ PGA employers through the overall smaller geographic territories each Consultant manages. We're proud to see Mueller serve the Carolinas PGA Section. "The opportunity to serve the members of the Carolinas PGA as your Employment Consultant is a dream come true," says Mueller. "I look forward to working with my fellow Professionals every day and helping you achieve your career goals." Previously in this role was Don Sweeting, PGA, who was recently promoted to Director of PGA Employment Services. We thank Don for his many years of service to our Section and look forward to welcoming Mike to this new role. Please join us in congratulating Mike on this prestigious honor. Should you ever have any employment questions, you can reach him here!         View More...

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Abbot Presents at CMAA Summer Meeting at Quail Hollow Club

  On Monday, June 26, Executive Director Jeff Abbot was one of the featured speakers at the Carolinas Chapter CMAA Summer Education Meeting at Quail Hollow Club.  Abbot was invited by CMAA President and Quail Hollow Club General Manager Tom DeLozier and CMAA Managing Director Patricia Calder.  Abbot spotlighted the value of a PGA professional, the history of the PGA and the initiatives of the PGA REACH Carolinas Foundation.  The presentation also featured an interactive discussion on player development.  Over 100 CMAA general managers from private clubs in North and South Carolina were in attendance.   View More...

SC Golfers Claim 2017 Carolinas Junior PGA Championship

Congratulations to grand strand golfers, Holden Grigg of Myrtle Beach, SC and Anna Morgan of Spartanburg, SC on their championship victories at the 2017 Carolinas Junior PGA Championship! Grigg finished the tournament on top at -5 and Anna completed her final round at -4. The top two boys and top two girls finishers in the tournament qualify for the national Junior PGA Championship next month at The Country Club of St. Albans. Warrington Riley of Raleigh, NC  joins Grigg in the boys group and Smith Knaffle of Murrells Inlet, SC  joins Morgan as the girls runner-up. We wish all of you the best of luck as you move on to the national event!  Champion, Anna Morgan and runner up, Smith Knaffle.    Champion, Holden Grigg and runner up, Warrington (Quinn) Riley.    RESULTS Check out photos from this event on the PGA Reach Carolinas Facebook! Check out this awesome story from the Sun News! View More...

11 Carolinas PGA Professionals to Compete in PGA Professional Championship

Photo via Sunriver We're thrilled to announce that 11 of our PGA Professionals will be competing in the 50th PGA Professional Championship June 18-21, 2017 on the Crosswater and Meadows Courses at Sunriver (Ore.) Resort. Contestants include:    Andrew Bateman - Diamond Creek Country Club Brooks Blackburn - Palmetto Golf Club Charles Frost - Old Town Club Larry George -  River Landing Country Club Michael Hutcheon - PGA Life Member Nick Jacobi - Monroe Country Club Brian Joyce - Eagle Point Country Club Kelly Mitchum - Pinehurst No. 1-5 Savio Nazareth - Starmount Forest Country Club Josh Points - Wakefield Plantation Matt Vick - Pinehurst No. 7 The championship features a field of 312 players who have advanced from the 41 PGA Section Championships, along with past Champions. There will be two cuts for the field: to the low 90 scorers and ties after 36 holes and the low 70 scorers and ties after 54 holes. The PGA Professional Championship began in 1968, to provide additional playing opportunities for PGA Professionals. In nearly half a century, it has become a showcase event for PGA Professionals, featuring some of the finest players in the Association. Best of luck to all our PGA Pros!  View More...

Neal Lancaster Wins 2017 Carolinas Senior PGA Professional Championship

​HUNTERSVILLE, NC - Neal Lancaster, PGA is the 2017 Carolinas Senior PGA Professional Champion. The 36-hole championship event was completed this afternoon at Northstone Country Club in Huntersville, NC. Lancaster had an incredible round today, finishing with 6 birdies, and eagle 2 on the par-4 fourth hole, and no bogeys for a 64. His total score for the tournament was 12-under 132 to win by 8 shots. With his win, Lancaster also qualified for the 29th Senior PGA Professional Championship to be held September 28 - October 1, 2017 at Desert Mountain in Scottsdale, AZ There were five other qualifying spots available into the 29th Senior PGA Professional Championship. The following Carolinas PGA Professionals finished well enough to earn a spot:   Cory McEwen, PGA    Campobello, SC    Village Greens GC   74-69=143 (-1) Rick Morton, PGA       Jacksonville, NC    Rock Creek G&CC    72-71=143 (-1) Michael Hutcheon, PGA    High Point, NC   Life Member           74-71=145 (+1) Mark Tomedolskey, PGA   Yemassee, SC   Cherokee Plantation  73-72=145 (+1) David Thore, PGA      Wilmington, NC       Life Member            74-75=149 (+5)   The Carolinas PGA would like to thank PGA General Manager Courtney Ford and PGA Head Professional Mark Hofstetter for hosting the event. The CPGA also thanks local partner Exit 28 Automobile, and national partners Mercedes-Benz USA, John Deere, and the PGA Tour. View More...

PGA REACH Carolinas Sees Success at First Annual Charity Pro-am

The first annual Carolinas PGA REACH Charity Pro-am took place on Monday, June 12, 2017 at Quail Hollow Club. Teams of five joined early that morning for breakfast, photos with the Wanamaker Trophy and a 10AM shotgun start on the prestigious PGA Championship course. Key attendees included US Senator, Richard Burr and NASCAR driver, Kevin Harvick, among many other PGA Professionals, CPGA Officers and Board Members, and members of PGA REACH, PGA HOPE and the PGA Championship. The purpose of the event was to raise money for the PGA REACH Carolinas Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and the philanthropic arm of the Carolinas PGA Section, committed to serving communities and growing the game of golf through three pillars – Youth, Military, and Diversity & Inclusion. Over 20 teams, whom each contributed $5,000 to play, participated in the day of play, with several others signing up for silent auction items throughout the afternoon. The day concluded with a celebration of the efforts made by attending guests and participants. The event initially reached a donation total of $220,000 until a very generous last minute donation was made by PGA Professional, Perry Green of Wescott Plantation on behalf of his PGA HOPE Chapter, for $30,000. This bumped up the final day’s charitable donation amount for the Foundation to $250,000. CHAMPIONS Net 1st Place (Score: 63) Jimmy McMullen (Pro) Keith Hiller Bill Hathaway Darren Mangus Scott Vincent Gross 1st Place (Score: 64) Barry Pierce (Pro) Barry Misiak Jeff Parker Bill Kloiber Andy Kelly Net 2nd Place (Score: 64)  Kevin Reardon (Pro) Marvin Stokes Stephan Custer Matt Leckrone Curtis Hawse Gross 2nd Place (Score: 67) Andrew Shuck (Pro) Kevin Harvick Josh Jones Vernon Knight Mark Ayers Net 3rd Place (Score: 65) John Marino (Pro) Mike Bonello Dean Emerson Mark Floyd Conrad Rensburg Gross 3rd Place (Score: 67) Nick Webb (Pro) Karl McGrann Gerard Szatkowski Jeff Kowalczik Skip Pawul    Thank you to all of those who supported us and this very special event!  Photos from this event can be found on the PGA REACH Carolinas Facebook page.   For more information about the PGA REACH Carolinas Foundation, please visit: www.carolinas.pga.com/foundation   View More...
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