It Feldt Pretty Good To Get The WinOn one of the hotest days of the summer on Monday, 38 assistant golf professionals from throughout the Wisconsin Section battled the elements to try to win the 2012 National Car Rental WAGPA Championship presented by Cobra Puma Golf. After the 36 holes of play was completed, Austin Ehlenfeldt persevered the best to take home the top prize. Ehlenfeldt was however forced to play some extra golf as Washington County GC Assistant Professional, Brett Tautges matched the 1-under-par 141 total. View More
SentryWorld Team Gets Hot And Takes Home The Pro-Junior
The annual WPGA Pro-Junior took place on Monday at Wausau CC amidst some hot and windy conditions, but the players persevered through it and enjoyed the day. Seventeen different teams from throughout the Wisconsin Section made the trek up North to compete for titles in both the net and gross divisions of play.
Once all the scores were posted the SentryWorld GC squad of Brian Dumler, Colton Woyak, James McDonald and Alex Okray took home the two gross best ball first place plaques with an impressive seven shot win. The foursome was the only group in the field under par in the gross competition as they posted a 7-under-par 135 score.View More
National Car Rental WAGPA Championship presented by COBRA PUMA GOLF - Deadline, Wednesday, July 18th at 4 PM
The WPGA would like to remind all Wisconsin PGA A-8 members, Apprentices and Pre-Apprentices that the deadline for the National Car Rental WAGPA Championship presented by COBRA PUMA GOLF is on Wednesday, July 18th at 4 PM. A-8's and Apprentices are required to register through the PGA of America at PGALinks.com or by calling 1-800 4PGAPRO. Pre-Apprentices MUST register by calling the Section Office at (414) 443-3570.View More
Chalk Up Another Blackhawk Pro-Am
The 2012 Blackhawk Pro-Am was officially put into the books on Monday as another sold out field of 32 teams from throughout the Wisconsin Section enjoyed the annual event. A gorgeous Monday overlooking Lake Mendota gave the field optimal scoring conditions and provided for a very close competition at the top. In the end two teams were able to post 14-under-par 130s in the one net, one gross format to tie for the win.View More
Vols Strolls To Win
On a hot and steamy Friday, Mark Voeller's play matched the weather as he dominated the second event of the 2012 Wisconsin Players Series. The Golf Galaxy PGA Teaching Professional posted his lowest competitive round ever with an 8-under-par 64, to win by five shots over Mario Tiziani. En route to his victory Voeller was able to hit all 18 greens in regulation and card eight birdies. The round was also the lowest individual round carded in a WPGA event so far in 2012. For the win the champion will take home the $810 first place prize check.View More
Roesch, King For The Day
Storm's Golf Range, PGA Teaching Professional, David Roesch had "one of those rounds" on Monday at the Adams Golf Classic. The 2004 Wisconsin State Open champion got things moving in the right direction after his lone bogey on his third hole of play, the twelfth. On the Royal St. Patrick's track, which requires accuracy on every hole, Roesch then rattled off seven birdies on his final fifteen holes. The string of birdies helped him card a winning score of 6-under-par 66. For the victory Roesch will take home the combined first place prize of $1,090.
Swenson & Steffes Roll To Victory
The Summer Pro-Pro returned to the WPGA tournament schedule for the first time since 1999 on Monday. Twenty-two two man teams competed in the always fun 6-6-6 format, featuring 6 holes of chapman alternate shot, 6 holes of best ball (four ball stroke play) and 6 holes of scramble.
Rolling their way to the top of the leaderboard was the duo of Foy Swenson and Pat Steffes.View More
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