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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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...

Stock Watch: Strange grumpy; Tiger Time again?

Two-time major champion Curtis Strange didn't like the chumminess in the CareerBuilder playoff. And will the kids see Old Tiger or the Tiger of old this week? View More...

What's in the bag: CareerBuilder winner Rahm

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Strange irked by Rahm-Landry friendly playoff

Based on Curtis Strange's reaction to the CareerBuilder Challenge playoff on Sunday, it’s safe to say he did things a little differently in his day. View More...

Randall's Rant: The Euros won't just roll over

There's a sentiment that American international teams are poised to dominate the next decade. The Europeans would like a word. View More...

Quail Hollow officials promise players easier conditions

Quail Hollows officials are reaching out to PGA Tour players to tell them the Wells Fargo Championship won't be anything like last year's PGA. View More...

Ortiz leads LAAC through 54; Niemann, Gana one back

Mexico's Alvaro Ortiz shot a 1-under 70 Monday to take the outright 54-hole lead at the Latin America Amateur Championship in Chile. View More...

Monday Scramble: Just getting started

Rory McIlroy contends, Jon Rahm wins and Tiger Woods is set to begin again. All this excitement in the golf world and it's not even February. View More...

Rosaforte Report: Landry's grit born in a Pea Patch

The birthplace of Andrew Landry's grit, Tiger's former coach invites instruction debate, downtime may be good for Brooks Koepka and a "very boring" birthday gift for Jack Nicklaus. View More...

Golf Channel to Deliver Worldwide Coverage of the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show, "The Major of Golf Business," Tueday-Friday, Jan. 23-26

Golf Channel announced plans for its comprehensive coverage of the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show – the largest golf convention and business gathering in the world – with nearly 20 hours of news and instruction coverage Tuesday, Jan. 23 – Friday, Jan. 26. View More...

CareerBuilder purse payouts: Rahm wins $1.062 million

Jon Rahm defeated Andrew Landry on the fourth hole of sudden death to win the CareerBuilder Challenger. Here's a look at how the purse was paid out in La Quinta, Calif. View More...

After Further Review: Tiger's return comes at perfect time

Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf. This week, we're talking Tiger Woods' return and Tommy Fleetwood's success. View More...

Rahm passes Spieth to become world No. 2

Jon Rahm on Sunday passed Jordan Spieth to move to No. 2 in the Official World Golf Ranking, behind only Dustin Johnson. View More...
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