Schu Powers Thru The Cold & Rain
Two-time Wisconsin State Open champion, Jim Schuman didn't wait long to leave his mark after returning to the Wisconsin Section, PGA last month. In just his second event back Schuman captured the first 18-hole WPGA stroke play of the season, the Adams Golf Classic. After spending the past two years in Arizona as a Director of Instruction, he made the decision to return to his home state and begin teaching at Blue Mound G&CC in Wauwatosa. The Madison native along with 66 other WPGA professionals battled some very difficult conditions on Monday as they attempted to fire the best score possible at Watertown CC.View More
Czerniejewski & Johnston Put The Pedal To The Metal At Kettle Moraine
An excitement was in the air on Monday as professionals arrived for the season opening Spring Pro-Pro Kickoff. After a memorable weekend of golf at the Masters, the WPGA membership was ready to springboard into their own tournament season. The anticipation for the 2015 season was apparent just off the number of participants in the field, as the event featured the largest number of signups since 2004. One hundred and fourteen players made the trip to Kettle Moraine GC in Dousman on a windy but sunny day.View More
OMEGA Partnership Announcement
Through its national partnership with The PGA of America, OMEGA will become the Presenting Sponsor of the national PGA Professional Player of the Year awards. The Swiss watchmaker and the world's largest professional sporting association are also pleased to announce a similar partnership at the section level, which will enhance the opportunities of all Wisconsin PGA Section professionals.
Peck & Company Cash In On Their Good Play
The 2015 WPGA Nike Golf Las Vegas Pro-Am concluded on Thursday afternoon amidst some fantastic sunshine and warmth. The day provided teams with one last chance to make a run at the coveted crown. Teams in group A were looking to go as low as possible on the 2 net best ball format at Bear's Best while group B attempted to capitalize on the par 5s as they played the 1,2,3 net best ball at Spanish Trail CC.
In the end the margin the squad from Nakoma GC had built up on the first two days proved to be enough to hold onto the lead and capture their first title.View More
PGA National News
Spieth Earns First Spot in 2015 PGA Grand Slam of GolfThe PGA Grand Slam of Golf is scheduled to take place at Trump National Golf Club – Los Angeles, Oct. 20-21, 2015. View More
PGA of America Announces Purse Increase to $2.75 Million for the 2015 Senior PGA Championship Presented by KitchenAidThe oldest and most prestigious Championship in senior golf, which offered a $2.1 million purse in 2014, will now award the Champion $495,000; with second place receiving $297,000; and third place $187,000. View More