Roesch & Friends Chalk Up Another Win At Blackhawk
The regular season of the WPGA pro-am schedule wrapped up on Monday amidst some gorgeous September weather and a beautiful backdrop. Twenty-four groups made the trip to longtime pro-am host Blackhawk Country Club in Madison, where they enjoyed a fun day at the Morgan Stanley Pro-Am presented by the Vince Suter Group.
The day was ripe for scoring and led to a battle for the top spot on the leaderboard. Making the Morgan Stanley brand proud and taking home the win was the group David Roesch of Storm's Golf Range and North Hills CC members Vince Suter, Jim Rawski and Carl Anderson.View More
Schuman Shoots and Scores A WPGA Professional Championship Victory At Bull's Eye Country Club
A tournament within the tournament played out Tuesday at Bull’s Eye CC in Wisconsin Rapids, host of the WPGA Professional Championship.
Jim Schuman of Blue Mound G&CC emerged as medalist of the 54-hole event, winning the title by three strokes over Ryan Helminen of Ridgeway CC. But on top of the overall championship five precious exemptions were awarded for the 2018 PGA Professional Championship.
The top five players on the leaderboard grabbed those exemptions into the national event. Joining Schuman and Helminen in the top five were Thomas Burton of the Wisconsin Club, who finished third; Joe Leonard of Bull’s Eye CC, who finished fourth on his home course; and fifth-place finisher Kurt Mantyla of Naga-Waukee GC.
Terasa Tames Tuckaway CC For His First Senior Open Title
Eddie Terasa was off-target his first time around the 18th hole at Tuckaway CC Wednesday, but he was deadly accurate when it counted most, during his one-hole sudden death playoff win over Jim Schuman.
Terasa, a 57-year-old resident of Waukesha, won the Wisconsin State Senior Open Championship Wednesday – one of the few Wisconsin golf tournament titles that had eluded him in a Hall-of-Fame career. Terasa, who shot 68-72–140, won $1,600 from the pro purse.
Helminen & Friends Don't Disappoint By Grabbing The Pro-Senior Win
Mother Nature brought us a little October weather on Tuesday as the rescheduled Pro-Senior ventured to Stevens Point CC. The event was pushed back from its original late June date after the club unfortunately had to deal with a large amount of storm and tree damage.
Although the weather was a little inclement on Tuesday, the day gave the 72 participants a great opportunity to enjoy the newly renovated clubhouse and golf course at Stevens Point CC.View More
Hoffman & Company Edge Out A Win At The Summer Pro-Ladies
A sold out field of twenty-four fivesomes made their way to Bishops Bay Country Club to enjoy the Summer Pro-Ladies event on Monday. Since offering two Pro-Ladies per year the Wisconsin PGA has been fortunate to have 120 participants tee it up at each of the four events. After dodging some early raindrops the attendees were able to enjoy a day that was highlighted by the great course conditions at the Middleton facility and the beautiful backdrop outside the clubhouse after play wrapped up.
In the end the fivesome that tackled the Bob Lohmann layout the best was Dan Hoffman of Tour Edge Golf and Julie O'Connor, Jeanie Wagner, Sarah Elliott and Paula Garcia.View More
PGA National News
The PGA Professional Championship Moves to AprilBeginning in 2019, the PGA Professional Championship will be conducted in late April. View More
GB&I Storms Past the U.S. to Capture the 28th PGA CupGreat Britain & Ireland retain the Llandudno International Trophy with a 16-10 victory over the United States. View More