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PGA REACH Wisconsin Fundraiser

August 24th - The Bog
Make a difference - grab your friends and join us for a memorable day at The Bog in Saukville benefitting our three pillars: Youth, Military and Inclusion.

Entry Fee - $800 per team

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More than 500 members and associates.
Stretching from areas in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to almost the entire state of Wisconsin.
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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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Wieme & Company Come Up Big At The Bluff 1

Wieme & Company Come Up Big At The Bluff

June 23, 2021

Making its eighth annual appearance on the WPGA tournament calendar the Double Dip Pro-Am brought together another sold out pro-am field on Monday. This year's edition was title sponsored by X Golf Madison & Middleton and hosted by Maple Bluff Country Club. The always fun event features dual team formats with plenty of action to go around. Each foursome competed in a two of four net best ball event, while the professional in each group was paired up with each of their amateurs in a one of two net best ball contest.

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A Big Playoff Birdie Gives Mia Seeman The Women’s Open Win 1

A Big Playoff Birdie Gives Mia Seeman The Women’s Open Win

June 17, 2021

Standing on the tee with a driver in her hand on the second hole of her sudden-death playoff with Grace Suter for the Sentry Wisconsin State Women’s Open Championship Wednesday, Mia Seeman pictured the shot she needed to hit. The dogleg-right par-4 – the second hole on the Links Course at the Golf Courses of Lawsonia in Green Lake – measures 295 yards on the scorecard, and it plays downhill.

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Sentry Becomes Official Title Sponsor of Wisconsin State Women’s Open, Deepens Commitment to Women’s Golf 1

Sentry Becomes Official Title Sponsor of Wisconsin State Women’s Open, Deepens Commitment to Women’s Golf

June 16, 2021

The Wisconsin Section of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America (WPGA) is excited to announce a new partnership with Sentry, one of the nation’s largest and most financially secure mutual insurance companies. Based in Stevens Point, Sentry is the first title sponsor of the Wisconsin State Women’s Open golf championship.

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16 hours ago
Wisconsin PGA

Making its eighth annual appearance on the WPGA tournament calendar the Double Dip Pro-Am brought together another sold out pro-am field on Monday. This year’s edition was title sponsored by X-Golf Madison / X-Golf Middleton and hosted by Maple Bluff Country Club

Once again the Double Dip featured dual team formats with plenty of action to go around.

Bringing home the win in the two of four net contest was the University Ridge Golf Course team of Ryan Wieme, Phil Davidson, Paul Herrick and Eric Johnson. They shot 15-under-par 127 to win by one shot.

In the one of two net contest it would be Craig Czerniejewski and Craig Podlesnik getting the win with a 9-under-par 62.

As for the low professional game it would be Czerniejewski once again with the win after a 1-under-par 70. In the senior low pro game Mark Voeller and John Freeman would tie for 1st place at 3-over-par 74.

A big thank you goes out to all our event partners for their great support. With the help of X-Golf Madison / X-Golf Middleton, Premier Golf & Utility Vehicles, Inc., Under Armour Golf and Integrated Payment Services the participants were able to enjoy a first class day.

The WPGA would also like to express our gratitude to everyone at Maple Bluff Country Club for being a gracious host.

Recap & Results - wisconsin.pga.com/news/wieme-company-come-up-big-at-the-bluff/
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Looks like a great day was had by all!

6 days ago
Wisconsin PGA

The 25th Sentry Wisconsin State Women's Open wrapped up Wednesday afternoon at the The Golf Courses of Lawsonia Links Course.

It was an exciting final round that featured some fantastic golf by the field. Both Mia Seeman and Grace Suter were able to post a 1-over-par 145 total after 36 holes of play, to tie for the top spot.

The top level play would continue as the twosome teed off in a hole-by-hole playoff to decide the victor. The first playoff hole would feature great up and down par saves by both players on no. 1, which led them to the 295-yard second. It was on this hole that Seeman would hit the shot of the tournament. She would launch her drive and land it on the putting surface to set up an eagle putt for the win. After a two putt birdie and a birdie chance by Suter that just slid by, Seeman had claimed the win.

Finishing in a tie for third was Bobbi Stricker and Jessica Guiser at 3-over-par 147. Directly behind them at 148 was the low professional of the event Kayley Sjoholm, and amateur Taitum Beck.

The WPGA would like to thank our event partners Sentry, The Suter Ward Group At Morgan Stanley, and TaylorMade Golf for their support of this week's championship. In addition a great deal of appreciation goes out to The Golf Courses of Lawsonia for hosting.

Full Field Results & A Final Round Recap Can Be Found Here - wisconsin.pga.com/news/a-big-playoff-birdie-gives-mia-seeman-the-womens-open-win/
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1 week ago
Wisconsin PGA

Here's how the top 10 stands after day one of the 25th Sentry Wisconsin State Women's Open at the The Golf Courses of Lawsonia. The leaders will hit the course for the final round at 9:18 a.m. off #1 tomorrow. Full Results - wiscpga.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/wiscpga21/event/wiscpga2123/contest/9/leaderboard.htm

Supporting Partners - TaylorMade Golf & The Suter Ward Group At Morgan Stanley
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1 week ago
Wisconsin PGA

Monday marked the 50th playing of the Hornung's Classic. It was once again another great day for the annual event, as South Hills Golf & Country Club played host to over 80 WPGA professionals.

In the end it was Ryan Helminen capturing his 6th Hornung's title in the past 15 years. He carded a 4-under-par 67 to win by two shots over Blake Jens.

Jim Schuman led the way for the over 50 crowd with a 1-under-par 70.

A big thank you goes out to Bob Hornung Jr., the Hornung family and all the employees at Hornung's Golf Products for their loyal and unwavering support throughout the years.

The WPGA would also like to thank everyone at South Hills G&CC for being a gracious host.

Results & Recap - wisconsin.pga.com/news/helminen-feels-at-home-at-the-hornungs/
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2 weeks ago
Wisconsin PGA

It was quite the shootout at The Club at Strawberry Creek on Monday. The Suter Ward Group At Morgan Stanley Pro-Am brought together another sold-out field of 29 teams to see how low they could go.

Coming out on top in the 1,2,3 net best ball team event was the foursome of Brian Brodell, Luke Witte, Gene Mussel and Ryan Tollaksen. The squad carded an impressive 24-under-par 128 to win by three shots. On the way to the win they played 17 out of 18 holes under par.

In the low pro game it was David Bach posting a top notch 10-under-par 62. He was propelled to the win by playing the par 5s at 6-under par.

A big thank you goes out to The Suter Ward Group At Morgan Stanley for their sponsorship of the day and The Club at Strawberry Creek for being a great host.

Results & Recap - wisconsin.pga.com/news/an-xtra-special-performance/
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I have a newly retired guy calling you tomorrow for a job

Way to go David!

Way to shoot, David!!

Impressive score. 👍🏻

David Bach big props bro! That's awesome!

Killed it David Bach!!!!!

Congratulations David

Way to go Boss ☺️

Congratulations David !

Bea Miley

Congratulations David Bach!

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3 weeks ago
Wisconsin PGA

It was another great day for golf on Tuesday as the spring edition of the WPGA Pro-Ladies visited Hawks Landing Golf Club in Verona. The sold out field enjoyed a terrific day of weather, some top notch course conditions, and plenty of camaraderie.

Taking home the 1st place trophies was the Tuckaway Country Club team of Emily Jahimiak, Madeline Schmidt, Lisa Sperka, Julie Berquist and Victor Jacinto. They carded an impressive 24-under-par 120 in the two net best ball event.

In the low pro and low senior pro games it would be Kurt Mantyla leading the way with a 6-under-par 66.

A big thank you goes out to Hawks Landing Golf Club and Dahmen's at Hawks Landing for hosting.

Results & Recap - wisconsin.pga.com/news/tuckaway-takes-home-the-spring-pro-ladies-title/
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Thank you for hosting your event with us! We hope to see you again soon. :)

Winners! Victor Jacinto!

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