No Assistance NeededKurt Mantyla, a level three apprentice from The Legend at Brandybrook closed strong and captured the 2011 Callaway Golf WAGPA Championship on Monday. Mantyla, in search of his first Callaway Golf WAGPA Championship found himself in a tie for sixth place after the morning round and seven shots behind the 18-hole leader, Erik Stensth. He then took advantage of a quick start as he opened up his final round with three birdies in his first five holes. View More
Nie-d An Introduction – How About a Wisconsin State Open Win?
As the 2011 Wisconsin State Open wrapped up on Wednesday evening at Blackwolf Run, a newer face on the Wisconsin golf scene emerged. Known in the junior ranks as a top player, Jordan Niebrugge left his mark on Wisconsin golf for a lifetime. The eighteen year old took home the 91st Wisconsin State Open trophy with a closing 5-under-par 67 in the final round. His 6-under-par 282 total was good enough to win by one shot over Appleton native, Pat Duffy.
The Drought Is Over, WPGA Wins The Nelthorpe CupA streak of seven consecutive Nelthorpe Cup loses came to an end on Friday at Tuckaway CC. The victorious WPGA squad got back on the winning track with a great back nine comeback in the four-ball session of the event. Facing a 13 1/2 point deficit as the matches moved to the back nine the WPGA team closed strong, capturing 15 of the available 18 points. The final tally for the exhibition had the WPGA with 52 points and the WSGA with 47 points. View More
Play Golf America Day coming to Vitense Golfland
Anyone interested in golf should plan to attend the Play Golf America Day at Vitense Golfland in Madison, WI. The event will take place this Saturday August 6th from 10am to 2pm. From free lessons to new product demonstrations from leading golf manufacturers, this will be a fun, interactive experience for men, women and children.View More
An All-Star Morning For Terasa
Eddie Terasa made the most of his second attempt since turning fifty to capture his first WPGA Senior Championship on Tuesday. He left no doubt in anyone’s mind on who was the best player on the course, as he ran away with the crown. Playing in the final group along with Mike Muranyi and Jim Gaugert, Terasa turned it up a notch as he fired a 9-under-par 63 to win the championship by ten shots.
Trying To Tame The Bull
The Wisconsin PGA got the opportunity to visit The Bull at Pinehurst Farms for the first time since the 2005 WPGA Club Professional Championship with the playing of the Cobra-Puma Golf Classic on Tuesday. Regarded as one of the top golf courses in the state, the Jack Nicklaus layout always provides quite the challenge for players and Tuesday was no exception. Storm's Golf Range Teaching Professional, David Roesch topped all the competitors by firing a 2-under-par 70.View More
A Day Of Fun With The JuniorsThe annual WPGA Pro-Junior brought quite the field to Washington County GC on Monday, as 29 teams from throughout the state competed for the net and gross division titles. On a hot and humid day the gross division saw a pretty good battle as three teams tied at the top. After a scorecard playoff the victors were the Naga-Waukee GC group of Craig Czerniejewski, John Langhoff, Connor Thiel and Sean Sanguansap. The winning total for the group was a 8-under-par 136. View More
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