Today is July 22, 2018
 

2018 Pro-Scratch Moss Creek

Saturday, July 21, 2018

 

When:  Saturday, July 21, 2018

Where:  Moss Creek - North Course

Format: 1 Better Ball of 2 Gross (1 Professional/ 1 Amateur)

Entry Fee: $200 per team (optional $40 skins game)

Registration Deadline:  Wednesday, July 18, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.                                                                                                                             

 

Click here for Pairings and Tournament Information

 

 

 

 

 

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2018 Chapter Match Play

June 15 - September 23

 

2018 HHIPGA Match Play Championship Bracket 

*Updated 7/18/18*

 

Match Play Rules and Guidlines

 

Dates: June 15 - September 23.  The first three matches will be played within a months date and the where and when of the match will be decided by the players. Semi-Finals and Finals to be held at Harbour Town Golf Links on September 23.

 

 

44th Annual Hilton Head Open

Saturday & Sunday, July 28-29, 2018

 

44th Annual Hilton Head Open

Saturday & Sunday, July 28 & 29, 2018

Sea Pines Country Club

 

 

Entry: $200.00 per player.  Your entry fee grants you two tournament greens fees, tournament cart fees, practice balls before your tournament round, tournament prizes, and a tee favor.

 

Field: The Field will be separated into six flights; the HHI Championship Flight and Five Amateur Flights(Championship, Senior, First, Second, Ladies).  The HHI Professionals, Championship, and Senior Flights will still be played at scratch.

 

Deadline: The entry deadline is Sunday, July 22 at 5:00 p.m.  All registration will go through the Hilton Head Open BlueGolf Registration webpage.  Refunds will not be granted should you choose to withdraw after Monday, July 23 at 5:00p.m.

 

Format: 36 - Individual Stroke Play (Flighted)

 

Tees: Professionals & Championship Flight Competitors will play approx. 6,300 yards

          Senior & Handicap Flight Competitors will play approx. 6,000 yards

          Female Professionals will play from approx 5,200 yards

          Ladies Flight Competitors will play from approx. 4,900 yards

 

Golf Cars: All contestants must use golf cars provided by the host club.  Only two riders per golf car is permitted.  Spectators are not permitted to ride

 

Dress Code: Players are to dress in a manner keeping with the traditions of the game of golf.  The Tournament Committee reserves the right to refuse any contestant inappropriately dressed.  Sea Pines Country Club is a soft spike facility. Cargo shorts with protruding pockets are not permitted.  Professional Men must wear slacks.

 

Click here to Register

 

 

 

2018 Pro-Pro Port Royal

Monday, February 26, 2018

 

Congratulations to our winners Jason Heintschel (Long Cove Club) and James Stanofski (Callawassie Island Club)

 

Congratulations to Jason Heintschel, our Closest to the Pin Winner with his prize from Ogio!

Thanks to our Callaway/Odyssey/Ogio Representative Nick Amman

 

**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 Chapter Events

 

Pro-Scratch

Moss Creek - North Course

Saturday July 21st

Tee Times Starting at 1:04

 

Hilton Head Open

Sea Pines Country Club

Saturday & Sunday

July 28 & July 29

 

Individual Stableford

​Colleton River Club

Thursday

September 6 

 

Professionals Championship

Oldfield 

Sunday & Monday

September 16 & September 17

 

Past Tournaments

Pro - Pro

 Port Royal

Monday, February 26

*Results*

 

 

 

 
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Gus Ulrich, PGA Earns Spot in 2017 Senior PGA Professional Championship

Congratulations to Carolinas PGA Professional, Gus Ulrich (Whispering Pines, NC), who recently earned himself a spot in the 2017 KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship. Gus was one of 264 players who competed in the 28th Senior PGA Professional Championship (Presented by GolfAdvisor & Mercedes-Benz) at PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Florida on November 17-20. He tied for 7th place with a four round playing total of 280 (-8), earning a spot in the top 35 who will advance to next year’s Senior PGA Championship. He posted scores of 68, 70, 70 and 72 finishing just behind Mike Northern of Colorado Springs.  For finishing in the top 15, Gus also receives enough points to earn the title as the 2016 Carolinas PGA Tommy Card Senior Player of the Year. Gus captured the title of Carolinas PGA Senior Professional Champion at the CPGA Senior Championships held at Daniel Island Club in July.  He is currently Director of Instruction at Pinewild Country Club of Pinehurst and Golf Coach at Sandhills Community College.  View More...

Questions About Our App?

  USERNAME: PGA Member ID # BLUEGOLF PASSWORD: CLICK HERE FOR PASSWORD RECOVERY   General Info Frequently Asked Questions   www.carolinas.pga.com/bluegolf-app View More...

CPGA Professionals Head to 2016 Senior PGA Professional Championship

Good morning and good luck to our members playing in the 2016 Senior PGA Professional Championship, which kicks off today at the Wanamaker Course in Port Saint Lucie! Pictured L to R: Tony Branham, Neal Lancaster, Mitch Adams, Gus Ulrich, Rick Lewallen, Robert Linville, Michael Hutcheon, Doug Weaver. You can follow along with play using the LIVE PGA Leaderboard that currently lives at the top of our website's homepage. Best of luck, you guys! Additional Info on PGA.COM  View More...

Carolinas PGA Officers Attend 100th PGA Annual Meeting in NYC

  Carolinas PGA President John Marino, Vice President Paige Cribb, Secretary Bob Byrnes and Executive Director Jeff Abbot represented the Section at the 100th PGA of America Annual Meeting in New York City last week.  It was an action packed centennial celebration featuring 50 year PGA member Jack Nicklaus as the keynote speaker.  District 10 Director Rick Murphy’s bid to become the next secretary came up short, as Jim Richerson, the General Manager of Whistling Straits, prevailed over Murphy and North Florida PGA’s Russ Libby.  Highlights included Paul Levy being sworn in as the 40th President, Cary Cozby (Southern Hills CC of Tulsa, OK) receiving the PGA’s Golf Professional of the Year, Carolinas PGA Past National Presidents Gary Schall, Will Mann and Roger Warren leading the Past Presidents Forum and Derek Sprague’s Outgoing Presidents Dinner.  CLICK HERE for more information on the annual meeting. View More...

Rick Murphy's Bid to Become Next PGA Secretary Comes Up Short

Outgoing District 10 Director Rick Murphy’s campaign to become Secretary of the PGA of America came to an end last week at the PGA’s Centennial Annual Meeting in New York City.  It was a hard fought election won by Jim Richerson of the Wisconsin Section over Murphy and Russ Libby of the North Florida PGA.  Murphy issued the following statement after Friday’s election: “I am honored to have been afforded the chance to campaign for PGA of America Secretary in the PGA’s Centennial Year. The opportunity to run alongside candidates like Russ Libby and Jim Richerson was a truly humbling and insightful experience. I congratulate Jim and look forward to the future as we work together to grow this great game while serving our members. I will continue to share my knowledge and expertise from my experience as a PGA District Director,  Carolinas PGA Board Member, PGA Teaching Professional, business owner and mentor for golfers young and old as I strive to make the most beneficial and positive contributions to the sport we all know and love. Let this serve as a reminder to all of my PGA friends, family and colleagues that, no matter how you serve your association, your local golf community, or the industry as a whole, your commitment to the game of golf is appreciated, valued and makes a difference.  Thank you all for your support and efforts to join me on this journey.”   Murphy spent countless hours the past year on the campaign trail, and we all owe Rick and his campaign team a big thank you for their efforts to better our Association.  For more election coverage, CLICK HERE. View More...

OMEGA CPGA Match Play Champion

Way to go, Haarlow! Congrats to Cubs fan and OMEGA CPGA Match Play Champion 2016. Go ahead and celebrate those wins!  RECAP & MATCH PLAY BRACKET   View More...

Scariest Holes on the PGA TOUR

Happy Halloween! Check out these scariest holes on the PGA TOUR - a few of which are right here in the Carolinas!   View More...

Happy Birthday Peggy Kirk Bell!

Our 44th Hall of Fame Inductee, Peggy Kirk Bell, turns 95 today. Wishing her the happiest of birthdays!  View More...

Stuart Clark Heads to Assistant PGA Professional Championship

We're wishing the best of luck to Stuart Clark at the Assistant PGA Professional Championship this week in Port St. Lucie! Stuart qualified for the PGA of America tournament by winning the Carolinas PGA National Car Rental Assistant PGA Professional Championship in August at River Run Country Club.   Read the full story from MyrtleBeachOnline Read more here: http://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/sports/golf/article110263487.html#storylink=cpy View More...

2016 PGA Scholarship Winners

The PGA of America recently selected its 2016 National PGA Scholarship Section winners and we are thrilled to announce that nine CPGA member-affiliated students were selected to receive scholarships. The PGA Financial Assistance Fund Scholarship Program was established in 1986 to provide college scholarships for graduating high school seniors and college students who are the children or grandchildren of a PGA member. It is an academic based scholarship program that takes into account the following criteria depending on the class level of the student:   High School Graduating Senior: - High School cumulative grade point average (GPA) must be at least 3.4 on a 4.0 scale - ACT and/or SAT test scores - Extracurricular activities   Current College Student (has not reached senior year) - College cumulative GPA must be at least a 3.4 on a 4.0 scale - Most recently completed college semester or quarter GPA - Extracurricular activities   Four winners from the high school category and five from the college category, with Carolinas PGA Section affiliations, were granted scholarship funding. Among these individuals, two candidates were awarded the John Cox Scholarship - $5,000 and seven were awarded the National Scholarship - $2,000.     CAROLINAS SECTION – HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS Award Winner Award PGA Member Hannah Hundley National 2016 Jonathan F. Hundley, PGA Jonathan Michala National 2016 Jamie D. Michala, PGA Samuel Parsons National 2016 Thomas J. Parsons, PGA Sarah Grace Cuthbert National 2016 Grange S. Cuthbert, PGA   CAROLINAS SECTION – COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS Award Winner Award PGA Member Eliza Cann National 2016 John A. Abernethy, PGA Leslie Thelan John Cox 2016 Brian K. Thelan, PGA Madison MacDonald National 2016 Darin M. MacDonald, PGA Molly Russell National 2016 Rodney B. Russell, PGA Samantha Ellison John Cox 2016 Todd Ellison, PGA   For additional information on the program, please visit pga.org. Congratulations to all! View More...

Carolinas PGA Global Golf Sales Area Challenge Finals

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Carolinas PGA Global Golf Sales Area Challenge Finals presented by Bionic, Maui Jim and Sterling Cut Glass.  Given the effects of Hurricane Matthew, we truly appreciate everyone’s effort to join us for this special event.  Congratulations to the Area VII winning team of Derek Watson, Bob Byrnes and Jason Toryk who fired an impressive 50 point total in this modified stableford scoring event with 12 birdies and an eagle!     View More...

Some Helpful Info for Hurricane Matthew

Carolinas PGA Professionals: Our thoughts are with all of those affected by Hurricane Matthew as this storm moves in this weekend. For those bracing for Matthew, we’ve made some helpful information available regarding golf course preparedness – a plan produced by Ron Hickman, PGA, post Hurricane Katrina. We share this now in hopes that it may help those PGA Professionals in the path of Hurricane Matthew as it makes landfall. Additionally, PGA Members who are impacted and may suffer personal loss, for which they will have un-reimbursed out of pocket expenses, the PGA Disaster Relief Fund may be able to provide assistance. Please contact the PGA Headquarters Membership Department at 800-474-2776 if you need more information. Best of luck to all during this sensitive time, Carolinas PGA Section HQ View More...

Thank You Patriot Golf Day Supporters!

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Nazareth Captures CPGA Professional Championship

(Wilmington, NC) - Savio Nazareth emerged as the winner of the 2016 Carolinas PGA Section Professional Championship held at Country Club of Landfall in Wilmington, NC. Early during the morning of the third and final round, play was suspended due to dangerous weather.  Unfortunately, the tournament was unable to resume play despite a valiant effort by CC of Landfall's maintenance staff.  The remnants of Tropical Storm Julia threw multiple cells of rain and lightning at the coastal town of Wilmington throughout the day.  Teeing grounds, fairways, bunkers, and putting greens were under mass amounts of water.  It was eventually determined that if it did stop raining, the course would require too much maintenance to allow for even a reduced nine-hole stipulated round.  As a result, the final round was canceled, and the championship was based on 36 holes.  However, the Committee held a number of competitors behind to hopefully conduct a few playoffs later. After two rounds, Nazareth, a PGA Assistant Professional at Starmount Forest CC in Greensboro, NC, and PGA Teaching Professional James Stewart of Old North State Club in New London, NC, shared the lead at 141 (-3).  A window in the weather system was found, and some course preparation allowed the championship to be finished using the 432-yard 13th hole.  Stewart got in trouble off the tee, finding a large area of casual water.  After taking relief, he hit his approach short right of the green guarded by a tall oak tree on the left.  Nazareth, who was positioned on the right side of the fairway, then threw his shot to approximately 18 feet past the flag.  Stewart's pitch came up 20 feet short.  Still being away, he narrowly missed his par putt, leaving the door open for Nazareth, who calmly two-putted for the victory. The importance of this win was obvious when Nazareth immediately broke into tears as Stewart congratulated his fellow competitor.  Not only did Nazareth earn the title of "Carolinas PGA Professional Champion," the first place prize of $10,000, a beautiful crystal, and a framed championship flag, he also earned an exemption into either the PGA Tour's 2017 Wells Fargo Championship or Wyndham Championship.       View More...

Charles Tilghman Jr Tournament Registration Info

Registration Info Registration Opens: 10:00 AM Thursday, September 29 Registration Closes: October 13 at 5:00 PM All of the below info regarding registration can also be found HERE.  **ALL CONTESTANTS MUST REGISTER AS A NEW USER/GUEST WHEN REGISTRATION OPENS. PREVIOUSLY USED BLUEGOLF ACCOUNTS FOR THIS TOURNAMENT ARE INACTIVE.   DURING THE REGISTRATION PROCESS PLEASE CLICK "NO THANKS" WHEN ASKED TO BECOME A SENIOR ASSOCIATE MEMBER. IT DOES NOT APPLY TO THIS TOURNAMENT. Once registration opens tomorrow at 10:0) AM, THIS LINK will have a blue button that will say REGISTER NOW. Follow this link to another window to go through the registration process (name, address, CC#). Once you complete that part it will then send the application to us and will sit in Pending Status until after the October 13 deadline, see below for further details. This link is also where you can find the Exemption List, Accommodations, Practice Round Info, and any other general info you may need help with. Exemption List Info/After You Register Info Unless a player is on the exempt list for the 2016 Charles Tilghman CPGA Junior Championship, the Carolinas PGA Staff WILL NOT be able to give out ANY information regarding the status of a player getting into this event until AFTER registration closes on October 13 at 5:00 PM. We appreciate your patience as we allow the two week registration period to conclude before we process any non-exempt player applications. After the deadline is over then we will put EXEMPT players in first. Once that is complete then the rest of the players will be put in to the active field based on the time and date of when they registered until we fill up the field. Then a wait list will be created with any remaining players. This specific tournament does not have many dropouts or withdrawals. View More...

Falling for Golf

There is nothing quite like playing a round or two with slightly cooler temps and the crisp smell of the changing leaves. Unfortunately, those fallen leaves make it a bit harder to see your ball on the fairway. Remember, certain rules still apply even with loose impediments like leaves so, proceed with caution before going to find your ball in the foliage! Some relevant Rules & Decisions ~ Rule 12-1b – Searching for or identifying ball covered by loose impediments in hazard ~ Decision 12-1/3 – Top of ball covered by leaves in hazard but part of ball visible from another angle ~ Decision 12-1/4 – Touching ground in bunker or water hazard with club while probing for a  ball believed covered by leaves ~ Decision 13-4/13.5 – Player moved leaves in hazard by approaching ball and taking stance ~ Decision 13-4/33 – Providing relief from accumulations of leaves in bunkers ~ Decision 16-1a/9 – Palm of hand brushed repeatedly on putting green to remove small leaves ~ Decision 33/1 – Removal of leaves from putting green by Committee, whether authorized ~ Decision 33-3/31 – Declaring accumulations of leaves (at specified holes) through the green as GUR To move or not to move? If you’re truly not sure, forego a penalty stroke and touch base with our tournament team and resident rules experts (Cory, Mike or Chris) before making your next move.  We’re here to save your game!   View More...

CPGA Fall Teaching Summit A Great Success!

Thank you to all those who attended our annual CPGA Fall Teaching Summit Presented by Mizuno and Supported by Orange Whip! We hope that everyone enjoyed themselves at the event and walked away with some great learning experiences.  If you attended the Sunday night AND Monday sessions then your MSR credit will be equal to 10 Credits (2 Credits for Sunday night and 8 Credits for Monday). If you attended the Monday Session ONLY then you will receive 8 MSR credits. MSR will be posted in the coming weeks.   To refer back to the schedule of events for Sunday and Monday CLICK HERE. To view photos from the event please CLICK HERE. If you have any feedback, we would love to hear from you! Please email any comments or concerns to Carolinas@pgahq.com Thank you for making this year’s event a great one! View More...

Jimmy McMullen, PGA Golfs To Benefit Folds of Honor Foundation

Carolinas PGA member, Jimmy McMullen of Salem Glen CC, plays 400 holes of golf in 24 hours benefiting the Folds of Honor Foundation. The Folds of Honor Foundation is a national charity that provides educational scholarships to children of wounded and fallen soldiers. Please click here to watch the video and read more.  View More...

Ron Schmid, PGA, Named 47th Carolinas PGA Hall of Fame Inductee

It is our great honor to announce that the 47th Carolinas PGA Hall of Fame inductee is PGA Professional and former Carolinas PGA Executive Director, Ron Schmid, PGA. The Carolinas PGA Section’s Hall of Fame is an exclusive group of the finest PGA Professionals and other leaders in golf who have called the Carolinas home. “No words can adequately describe how I felt when I received the call from President John Marino informing me that I had been selected as the 47th inductee of the Carolinas PGA Hall of Fame. To say the least, I was truly overwhelmed and honored,” shares Ron Schmid, PGA. “After taking some time to contemplate the enormity of this prestigious award, I find it hard to imagine that my name will now be associated with the likes of Donald Ross, Henry Poe and Mike Harmon, just to name a few. Being selected for the Carolinas PGA Hall of Fame is without question the highest honor I have ever received and without the help of so many during my career, it would never have been possible.”  Ron will be inducted into the Carolinas PGA Hall of Fame during a ceremony held Sunday, February 19, 2017 at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex Special Events Center. FULL PRESS RELEASE AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING HERE View More...

Four Carolinas Junior Golfers Move On To Augusta

Congratulations to the lucky 8 who are moving on to Augusta for the Drive, Chip and Putt Championship from the regional DCP qualifier held this weekend at Pinehurst Resort. We are so excited to see four of those golfers are from the Carolinas! A special thank you to all of those who joined us at Pinehurst for a super fun event, especially all of our helpers! For results and a full recap, see here. View More...
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