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About the Wisconsin PGA

The Wisconsin Section is one of the 41 sections that comprise the regional entities of the PGA of America. Over 500 members and associates belong to the Wisconsin Section, stretching from areas in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to almost the entire state of Wisconsin. Annually, the Wisconsin Section conducts over 40 professional events, operates its Junior Golf Foundation and participates in several growth-of-the-game activities (PGA Junior League, Drive, Chip and Putt and instructional clinics/days).

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Schlosser & Schuman Steal The Show 1

Schlosser & Schuman Steal The Show

May 05, 2021

Action, Action, Action! There was a whole lot to keep track of on Monday morning at Hawk's View GC. The WPGA kicked off its Player of the Year races with the Assistant Professional Stroke Play and Memorial Classic taking place simultaneously. The annual stroke play events are graciously sponsored by the Wisconsin Golf Sales Association.

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Schuman and Beson-Crone Shoot A Super Score 1

Schuman and Beson-Crone Shoot A Super Score

April 29, 2021

After being cancelled in 2020, the WPGA / WGCSA Premier Golf & Utility Vehicles Super-Pro was back in action on Wednesday. The field of sixty-two players from various facilities made the trek to Wild Rock GC in Wisconsin Dells to enjoy the day.  Twenty-two teams were set to compete in the traditional division of play, featuring one WPGA affiliated professional and one WGCSA member from the same facility. The second division was made up of nine teams, which included all other teams including a pro/super team that did not have a handicap index.

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A TaylorMade Victory 1

A TaylorMade Victory

April 27, 2021

Monday marked the start of the 2021 Wisconsin PGA 4-player pro-am series. This year's series features eight regular season contests and the season ending Oliphant Golf Management Pro-Am Championship. The events have been in high demand and currently the Horseshoe Bay event in September is the only pro-am that does not have at least 25 teams registered.

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Wisconsin PGA

It was a busy Monday for the WPGA, as the Assistant Stroke/Match Play and Memorial Classic visited Hawk's View Golf Club in Lake Geneva. The Wisconsin Golf Sales Association sponsored events would take place simultaneously in the morning and kick off the 2021 WPGA Player of the Year races.

In the Assistant Stroke Play Sam Schlosser would get hot and never look back. The South Hills Golf & Country Club assistant would pile up 11 birdies on the way to a 6-under-par 66.

As for the Memorial Classic, it would be Jim Schuman earning the win via a playoff. In regulation he would be joined by Andrew Troyanek and Michael Crowley at 2-under-par 70. The playoff would be a quick one as Schuman would roll in a birdie on the first hole for the victory.

A big thank you goes out to all the Salespeople for their participation and support of the day. The WPGA would also like to thank Hawk's View GC for hosting.

Recap & Results - wisconsin.pga.com/news/schlosser-schuman-steal-the-show/
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1 week ago
Wisconsin PGA

After being cancelled in 2020, the WPGA / Wisconsin Golf Course Superintendents Association Premier Golf & Utility Vehicles, Inc. Super-Pro was back in action on Wednesday. The field of sixty-two players from various facilities made the trek to Wild Rock Golf Club in Wisconsin Dells to enjoy the day.

Leading the way in the traditional division was the Blue Mound Golf & Country Club duo of PGA Director of Instruction Jim Schuman and WGCSA Superintendent Alex Beson-Crone. They were able to grab the win with a 63.30 net score in the modified chapman alternate shot format.

In the second division of play it would be Peter Meyer and Jeff Bisbee earning the win with a net score of 67.

The WPGA would like to thank Premier Golf & Utility Vehicles, Inc. and Prestwick Golf Group for their support of the day. An additional thank you also goes out to Wild Rock Golf for hosting the event.

Results & Recap - wisconsin.pga.com/news/schuman-and-beson-crone-shoot-a-super-score/
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1 week ago
Wisconsin PGA

Mick Smith gave it a valiant effort as he attempted to earn one of the 20 PGA Championship spots up for grabs at the PGA Professional Championship. In the end he came up just short. Although we know he is disappointed it is a great finish nonetheless. T22, 2-over-par overall.

Final Results - www.pgaprochampionship.com/leaderboard
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Mick Smith gave it a valiant effort as he attempted to earn one of the 20 PGA Championship spots up for grabs at the PGA Professional Championship. In the end he came up just short. Although we know he is disappointed it is a great finish nonetheless. T22, 2-over-par overall. 

Final Results - https://www.pgaprochampionship.com/leaderboard
1 week ago
Wisconsin PGA

Mick Smith is right in the mix for a PGA Championship spot after three rounds of play at the PGA Professional Championship. He currently sits at even-par overall and is in a tie for 20th. He will tee off tomorrow at 11:16 AM.

Leaderboard - www.pgaprochampionship.com/leaderboard
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Mick Smith is right in the mix for a PGA Championship spot after three rounds of play at the PGA Professional Championship. He currently sits at even-par overall and is in a tie for 20th. He will tee off tomorrow at 11:16 AM.

Leaderboard - https://www.pgaprochampionship.com/leaderboard
1 week ago
Wisconsin PGA

The 2021 Wisconsin PGA 4-player pro-am series got underway on Monday with the playing of the TaylorMade Golf Pro-Am. A sold out field made their way to Chenequa Country Club to enjoy a fun day of golf and camaraderie.

In the end the TaylorMade Golf Bryan Brotchie led team and the Morningstar GC Michael Crowley led squad tied for the top spot in the one net one gross best ball game. Each team was able to post a 14-under-par 128. Grabbing the 1st place trophies via a scorecard playoff was the TaylorMade team of Brotchie, Steve Ploch, Matt Flaten and Cory Aune.

Leading the way for the professionals was Kurt Mantyla with an even-par 71.

The WPGA would like to thank TaylorMade Golf for lending their support to the day. We'd also like to express our appreciation to the Chenequa CC membership and staff for hosting.

Results & Recap - wisconsin.pga.com/news/a-taylormade-victory/
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2 weeks ago
Wisconsin PGA

The initial cut has been made at the PGA Professional Championship, after 36 holes of play. Unfortunately the Wisconsin Section went 1 for 5 in cuts made, but Mick Smith is currently T14. He is 1-under-par overall and will be looking to make a move in Rd 3.

Leaderboard - pgaprochampionship.com/leaderboard
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The initial cut has been made at the PGA Professional Championship, after 36 holes of play. Unfortunately the Wisconsin Section went 1 for 5 in cuts made, but Mick Smith is currently T14. He is 1-under-par overall and will be looking to make a move in Rd 3.

Leaderboard - https://pgaprochampionship.com/leaderboard
2 weeks ago
Wisconsin PGA

After day one of the PGA Professional Championship it is Mick Smith leading the way for the Wisconsin Section. He carded a 3-under-par 68 on the Wanamaker Course and is T6.

Mark Voeller is T88, Joe DeRosa T153, Tim Schroyer T238 & Tom Burton T305.

Leaderboard - www.pgaprochampionship.com/leaderboard
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After day one of the PGA Professional Championship it is Mick Smith leading the way for the Wisconsin Section. He carded a 3-under-par 68 on the Wanamaker Course and is T6. 

Mark Voeller is T88, Joe DeRosa T153, Tim Schroyer T238 & Tom Burton T305.

Leaderboard - https://www.pgaprochampionship.com/leaderboard
2 weeks ago
Wisconsin PGA

Five WPGA Professionals will be teeing it up in the 54th PGA Professional Championship come Sunday. In the field are Tom Burton, Joe DeRosa, Tim Schroyer, Mick Smith, and Mark Voeller. Play well gentlemen.

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Five WPGA Professionals will be teeing it up in the 54th PGA Professional Championship come Sunday. In the field are Tom Burton, Joe DeRosa, Tim Schroyer, Mick Smith, and Mark Voeller. Play well gentlemen. 

Follow along at pgaprochampionship.com
2 weeks ago
Wisconsin PGA

It was a cold one, but a good one on Monday. A sold out field of 52 teams ventured to the Beloit Club for the Spring Pro-Pro Better Ball.

Earning the win with an 8-under-par 64 was the Whistling Straits & Blackwolf Run duo of Josh Grisa and David Bach. They piled up six birdies and one eagle on the way to their victory. Finishing two shots back in second was Bryan Brotchie and Andrew Troyanek.

A big thank you goes out to everyone at Beloit Club and our event partners Harris Golf Cars, Laser Link Golf & PXG for their support.

Recap & Results - wiscpga.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/wiscpga/news/2021/04/20/grisa-and-bach-lock-up-the-spring-propro-be...
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