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Today is April 28, 2017

Czerniejewski & Kactro Produce A Super Performance

The third event of the season and final one in the month of April came to a close on Wednesday for the Wisconsin PGA.  The WPGA teamed up with the WGCSA once again to conduct the annual Premier Golf & Utility Vehicles Super-Pro.  Sixty-four players from both organizations ventured to The Oaks Golf Course to enjoy a day of fun and camaraderie.

 

As the players started to arrive a rainy morning moved out of the way, giving players a chance to enjoy a day away from their facility or workplace without having to put the rain gear on.  Tackling the Greg Martin layout the best was Craig Czerniejewski and Mike Kactro from Washington County GC.  The twosome carded a 64.25 net score in the modified chapman alternate shot format. 

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Leonard Wauks Away With Callaway Golf Classic Win

A gorgeous spring day greeted sixty-one participants on Monday as the WPGA kicked off the OMEGA Player of the Year races.  The 18-hole Callaway Golf Classic produced quite the competition, with players trying to take it low at Naga-Waukee Golf Course in Pewaukee.  Dialing in his game the best was former Ohio State University golfer, Joe Leonard.  The Madison native broke up a log jam at the top with his 3-under-par 69.  The winning mark was good enough to win by two shots over six other golfers. 

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Roesch & Podolak Find Themselves In Familiar Territory

The twosome of Andy Podolak and David Roesch found some familiar territory on Monday as they carded their fifth different Pro-Pro title in the past eight years.  The duo took down fifty-six other teams, as the season opening WPGA event visited the Beloit Club.   With a light breeze and temperatures around seventy degrees the champions were able to card nine total birdies with just a lone bogey.  Their winning score held off a trio of teams that each posted a 6-under-par 66.  Roesch and Podolak's other Pro-Pro wins include the 2011 Spring Pro-Pro, two Pro-Pro Scrambles and a Four Ball Match Play title.  For the victory Podolak and Roesch will each take home $575.  

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Vince Suter, Senior Vice President, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management signs on as presenting partner of the Wisconsin State Open

West Allis, WI – The Wisconsin PGA is proud to announce Vince Suter, a Financial Advisor and Senior Vice President with Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, as a new presenting partner of the Wisconsin State Open.  The partnership expands on a successful business to business relationship between the two companies.  As a part of the partnership the championship will be named the Morgan Stanley Wisconsin State Open. 
 
“We are very excited to welcome Vince Suter and through him, Morgan Stanley on board as a presenting partner of the Wisconsin State Open,” said Wisconsin PGA Executive Director, Joe Stadler.  “Vince’s enthusiasm for the game of golf made this partnership possible.  His financial services operation does a first class job and with his help we will be able to elevate the Wisconsin State Open to a new level.”
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