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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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Mick Smith Finds His Way at Green Bay CC 1

Mick Smith Finds His Way at Green Bay CC

September 16, 2020

It was a textbook example of how to come from behind to win a golf tournament. On a day where winds would gust up to 35 mph, Tuesday brought the storyline of a player going low early, posting a great score, and then letting the leaders come back to them.

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WOW – Crowley Comes Through In The Clutch 1

WOW – Crowley Comes Through In The Clutch

September 10, 2020

The field at the Wisconsin State Senior Open had been soaked, wind-blown and chilled to the bone for two straight days when Michael Crowley stepped to the tee on the par-3 17th hole at Nakoma GC in Madison early Wednesday evening.

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Local golfers raise $60,000 for veterans/families on WPGA’s Patriot Golf Day 1

Local golfers raise $60,000 for veterans/families on WPGA’s Patriot Golf Day

September 09, 2020

WAUKESHA — Golfers at The Legends at Merrill Hills, a country club in Waukesha, raised roughly $60,000 for veterans and military families on Monday, September 7. Their annual Labor Day golf outing, which is part of the WPGA's Patriot Day of Golf, was backed by hole sponsorships and donations benefiting the men and women who serve the United States.

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Schroyer's hole out on no. 7 set off a run of 3 more eagles the rest of the day. Congrats to Scott Mowatt, par 5 no. 2, Ryan Wieme, par 4 no. 3, and Jim Schuman's 12th career hole-in-one on no. 13.

Mick Smith will lead a group of 5 @WisconsinPGA Professionals at the 2021 @PGA Championship @PGAVillage next April. Grabbing the other 4 spots were David Roesch, Tim Schroyer, Mark Voeller and Tom Burton.

Congrats to Mick Smith of Moorland Golf Center, he is the 2020 @WisconsinPGA Professional Championship winner. Great 4-under-par 68 on a very difficult day. 1-under 143 total. @GreenBayCC @clubcar @omegawatches

Mick Smith of Washington County GC in Hartford is in the house with a 4-under 68 and leads Mark Voeller and David Roesch by two shots as the chasers are on No. 16 @WisconsinPGA Professionals Championship at Green Bay CC.

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2 days ago

Wisconsin PGA

The Wisconsin PGA Professional Championship came to a close late Tuesday afternoon at Green Bay Country Club​. It was a great two days of competition and camaraderie as the section looked to crown its 2020 champion.

On a day where the winds gusted up to 35 mph, the players had their work cut out for them. The day would produce an impressive come from behind victory for Mick Smith of Moorland Road Golf Center​. The Australian battled the windy conditions the best and posted an impressive 4-under-par 68 to grab the win. His two-day total of 1-under-par 143 was good enough to win by one shot over David Roesch. Finishing in third place would be Tim Schroyer at 2-over-par 146.

Earning the five spots into the 2021 PGA Professional Championship next April would be Smith, Roesch, Schroyer, Mark Voeller and Tom Burton.

A big thank you goes out to Green Bay Country Club for being a great host, and all of our terrific event partners.

Championship Presented by: Club Car​ & OMEGA Watches
Championship Supporting Sponsors: Titleist​, FootJoy, Nike & TaylorMade Golf
Championship Supporting Partners: Golf Channel & PGA TOUR

Final Recap & Results - wisconsin.pga.com/news/mick-smith-finds-his-way-at-green-bay-cc/
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4 days ago

Wisconsin PGA

Day one at the WPGA Professional Championship is in the books. Green Bay Country Club held its own, as players did their best to avoid the native grass and penalty areas.

Topping the board after 18 holes of play was Mark Voeller. He scorched the back nine with a 5-under-par 31, helping propel him to a 4-under-par 68. Sitting three shots back in a tie for second is David Roesch and Jeff Kaiser.

Final round will play kicks off at 8:30 AM on Tuesday, with Voeller, Roesch and Kaiser teeing off at 10:15 AM.

Who will take home the title, plus the 5 spots into the 2021 PGA Professional Championship?

Championship Presented By: Club Car & OMEGA Watches
Championship Supporting Sponsors: Titleist, FootJoy, TaylorMade Golf & Nike
Championship Supporting Partners: Golf Channel & PGA TOUR

Full Results - wiscpga.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/wiscpga20/event/wiscpga2047/contest/5/leaderboard.htm
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1 week ago

Wisconsin PGA

Congratulations to our newly elected PGA of America Class A Professionals!

Andy Hansen - Assistant Golf Professional at The University Club of Milwaukee

Austin Schloesser - Assistant Golf Professional at The University Club of Milwaukee

Jason Seitz - Assistant Golf Professional at Whistling Straits & Blackwolf Run

Andrew Troyanek - General Manager at Rivermoor Golf Club
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1 week ago

Wisconsin PGA

After two days of battling the elements the 36th Wisconsin State Senior Open at Nakoma Golf Club wrapped up on Wednesday evening.

With temperatures hovering around 50 degrees and continuous rain the players had their work cut for them over the 36 holes of play. The weather however would not deter Michael Crowley of Morningstar Golfers Club from winning his biggest tournament to date. The 50-year old Fox Point resident birdied his final two holes to grab a one shot win over 2-time defending champion, Jim Schuman. Crowley was able to post a 3-over-par 143 total to earn the title. WPGA Professionals would take the top four spots as Kurt Mantyla would come in third and Charlie Brown in fourth.

Earning low amateur honors and tying for fifth was the trio of John Kestly, Jeff Lister and Rocky Sperka.

A big thank you goes out to Nakoma Golf Club for being a very accommodating host and also TaylorMade Golf & The Suter Ward Group at Morgan Stanley for their continued support of the Wisconsin State Open Series.

Results & Recap - wisconsin.pga.com/news/wow-crowley-comes-through-in-the-clutch/
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Keeping the Irish on top. Love it!

Chaka! Awesome!

Congrats Michael W Crowley!!

Congrats Mike!

Nice work Mike!

Congratulations Mike!

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2 weeks ago

Wisconsin PGA

The quest to claim the annual Manuel de la Torre trophy took place on Monday as the Premier Golf & Utility Vehicles, Inc. Pro-Assistant visited Pine Hills Country Club.

The day once again featured two divisions of play. The traditional division and a second division of play where two professionals from the same club/company could team up regardless of classification.

Taking home the D1 win was the Whistling Straits & Blackwolf Run duo of Dan Hastreiter and Josh Grisa. The twosome was able to defeat Michael Crowley and Daniel Romero in a playoff. Both teams carded a 4-under-par 67 in regulation but it was a big birdie on the second playoff hole that delivered Hastreiter and Grisa the win.

In D2 it was Kraig Joy and Ryan Helminen teaming up to card a 4-under-par 67 also.

A big thank you goes out to Pine Hills Country Club for hosting, and Premier Golf & Utility Vehicles, Inc., Dunning Golf, the Wisconsin State Golf Association and the PGA TOUR for lending the some great support to the event.

Event Recap & Results - wisconsin.pga.com/news/hastreiter-grisa-shine-at-pine-hills/
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Many moons ago Spongey & I won the ProAssistant @ Pine Hills!

3 weeks ago

Wisconsin PGA

It was a hot one but a good one, as the Summer Pro-Ladies event visited Hidden Glen Golf Club in Cedarburg on Monday. A sold out field of 24 teams enjoyed a nice day of golf and camaraderie.

We had two teams tie at the top with the impressive score of 17-under-par 127. Those teams were the Naga-waukee golf course team of Kurt Mantyla, Sami Forster, Karen Schmid, Jill Trider and Sarah Dekraay, and The Legend Clubs fivesome of Joe Stadler, Chris Briceno, Nicole Jere, Jeannie Halquist and Alison Holub. The Mantyla squad did earn the tiebreak win for prizes and trophies by way of a scorecard playoff.

In the low pro game it would be Tom Burton leading the way with a 3-under-par 69. While Charlie Brown would find the top spot in the low senior professional game with a 71.

A big thank you goes out to Jofit and Wendy Warmolts for supporting the event. The WPGA would also like to express our gratitude to Hidden Glen Golf Club for hosting.

Results & Recap - wisconsin.pga.com/news/mantyla-company-prevail-at-the-pro-ladies/
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4 weeks ago

Wisconsin PGA

The 100th Suter Ward Group at Morgan Stanley Wisconsin State Open wrapped up Wednesday evening at Blue Mound G&CC.

Taking home the coveted title was amateur Harrison Ott of Brookfield. The senior-to-be at Vanderbilt University was in a class of his own. He carded four straight under par rounds to turn in a 10-under-par 270 total. The score matched the second lowest 72 hole total strokes for the Wisconsin State Open. His play led him to win by six shots over second place finishers, Dan Woltman and Chris Colla.

A big thank you goes out to the membership and staff at Blue Mound G&CC for being a terrific host. The WPGA would also like to thank The Suter Ward Group (Vince Suter & Michael Ward) plus TaylorMade Golf for their gracious support of the championship.

Recap & Results - wisconsin.pga.com/news/a-whole-l-ott-to-be-proud-of/
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1 month ago

Wisconsin PGA

The cut has been made and we are moving on to the final 36 holes on Wednesday at The Suter Ward Group at Morgan Stanley Wisconsin State Open. It was a challenging day as the winds kicked up at Blue Mound G&CC.

Leading at the halfway point is Kaylor Steger. He carded a second straight 4-under-par 66, His 132 total is good enough for a two shot lead over Harrison Ott, and three shot lead over Thomas Longbella.

Round three will start at 7:30 AM and round four will get underway at 1 PM.

Current Results - wiscpga.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/wiscpga20/event/wiscpga2043/contest/9/leaderboard.htm
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1 month ago

Wisconsin PGA

Round one of the 100th Suter Ward Group at Morgan Stanley Wisconsin State Open is in the books.

Topping the leaderboard after 18 holes of play were 2-time defending champion Dan Woltman, and Kaylor Steger of Mount Pleasant. Both players were able to post 4-under-par 66s, to lead over a trio of golfers.

The day also brought excitement by way of a hole-in-one courtesy of Dylan Kline of Neenah. He aced the par 3-13th.

Tomorrow's round kicks off 7:15 AM. After round two the low 60 scores and ties will move on to the final 36 holes on Wednesday.

Current Leaderboard - wiscpga.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/wiscpga20/event/wiscpga2043/contest/9/leaderboard.htm
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Junior Foundation

Junior – Players – Future Tour

Our mission is to promote the game of golf by providing positive opportunities, enjoyment, and education to Wisconsin junior golfers and their families.

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