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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. 

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Five WPGA Members Set To Compete At The 45th PGA Professional National Championship

The 2012 PGA Professional National Championship kicks off on Sunday, June 24th at the Bayonet Black Horse Golf Courses in Seaside, CA.  The Wisconsin Section, PGA will be represented by Charlie Brown, Ryan Helminen, Jim Schuman, Eddie Terasa and Rick Witt.  The five Wisconsin PGA members will compete amongst 312 PGA Professionals representing all 41 PGA sections. View More
 

Ex-Haus-ted But Well Worth It

Hartland native Jessica Hauser returned to the Wisconsin competitive golf scene with a bang over the past two days at the 16th Wisconsin State Women’s Open.  The former Ohio State University golfer navigated her way to her first Wisconsin State Women’s Open title, against a field of 51 other golfers.  With hot and very windy conditions the players were challenged from the start to finish at the 36-hole event. 
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No Place Like Home

Monday marked a day full of dodging thunderstorms and water hazards for the players participating in the Oneida Casino Pro-Am at Thornberry Creek.  The severe weather stayed away long enough to complete the round and some great scores were had in the team net stableford format.  Finding their way to the top was the home club squad of Andrew Gutzman, Todd Gutzman, Mark Champion and Chris Vokracka.  The foursome posted an impressive 167 points to win by two points over the Ryan Helminen led Ridgeway CC team. 

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Ridgeway CC Squad Lands Pro-Senior Win

The skies stayed clear and the threat of severe weather never appeared, as eighteen different foursomes from throughout the Wisconsin Section teed it up at the WPGA Pro-Senior on Monday.  The event took place at the Broadlands Golf Course just outside of Waukesha, and produced some impressive performances.  In the two net team competition the victors traveled from Ridgeway Country Club to post a 20-under-par 124 to win by one shot.  The foursome representing the Neenah based club was Ryan Helminen, Boyd Sterling, Al Auxier and Gary Van Eperen. View More
 

Brown The Toast Of The Town

Johnson Park GC Head PGA Professional, Charlie Brown took home his fourth Hornung's Classic title on Monday at South Hills G&CC in Fond du Lac.  The 1997, 2003, 2006 and now 2012 winner was able eke out a one shot victory over Bull's Eye Head Professional, Joe Leonard.   Brown's 5-under-par 66 included no bogeys and five birdies, with one of the birdies coming on the third hardest hole of the day, the par-4 second.  For the victory Brown takes home the combined first place check of $1375. 

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Nakoma Brings Home The Trophies

Nakoma Golf Club's Assistant Professional Seth Jamison and Superintendent Craig Filley proved on Wednesday that a home course advantage can be quite useful when hosting a WPGA event.  The duo ran away with the crown in the traditional division at the WPGA / WGCSA Premier Golf & Utility Vehicles Super-Pro.  With all the teams playing the modified chapman alternate shot format, it put a premium on not making the big number.  The twosome was able to post a 1-under-par 69 gross score before their team handicap of 6.1 was subtracted to give them an impressive net 62.9 winning score.  

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