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No Match For Mick

After just about the three months of action the WPGA Match Play Championship would come to a close on Monday. Kicking off in early May with two days of play, the remaining foursome would return to close things out at the site where the journey began. Monday’s play would feature the semifinals in the morning and the final match around lunch time.

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Strait To The Top Of The Leaderboard

It was another great day for golf as the Wisconsin PGA four-player pro-am series made its annual stop at Destination Kohler on Monday. This year’s event would bring together 29 teams to enjoy the always fun and challenging Irish Course at Whistling Straits. It would mark the fourth year in the past nine that the Pete Dye design has hosted a Wisconsin PGA pro-am.

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Cheever’s Consistent Play Carries Him to WPGA Senior Win

The 2022 Wisconsin Senior PGA Professional Championship would wrap up on Tuesday afternoon. It was an eventful two days of golf as the players had their hands full with mother nature. Between the windy and humid conditions and multiple weather delays, it truly was a mental and physical grind.

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Bach Brings His A-Game When It Matters The Most

The 2022 National Car Rental Wisconsin Assistant PGA Professional Championship came to a close just in the nick of time on Monday. With severe weather approaching the last putt would be holed and a champion crowned. The field was made up of twenty-five WPGA professionals. Over the course of their 36-hole day they would face very humid and breezy conditions.

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Leonard & Company Lead The Way Once Again

After a three-week break the WPGA four-player pro-am series was back on course with the Janesville CC Pro-Am. The fifth event of the series would give the sold-out field a chance to tackle the oldest country club in the state. The always challenging layout would again put a premium on ball striking with the small tricky greens at Janesville CC. 

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Local Knowledge Helps Sandee Secure The Win

The fight for the Wisconsin PGA Player of the Year title was back front and center on Monday at the Russ Darrow Automotive Group Classic. The third one-day WPGA classic of the year would feature a trip to The Bull at Pinehurst Farms. The challenging layout would give the field of forty-three WPGA professionals quite the battle throughout the day. Adding to the difficulty was swirling gusty winds. 

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The Double Dip Delivers Again

Making its annual appearance on the Wisconsin PGA tournament calendar on Monday was the always fun Double Dip Pro-Am. A participant favorite, the event always delivers an exciting day with plenty of action. This year’s edition was title sponsored by X Golf Madison & Middleton for a second straight year, while playing host was the highly rated Wild Rock Golf Club. 

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Lauterbach Lands Another Ladies Open Title

Emily Lauterbach won her second Sentry Wisconsin State Women’s Open title in the last three years on Thursday, but this one felt a lot different than the first one in 2020.

First, as Lauterbach pointed out at a brief awards ceremony Thursday afternoon, this year’s victory was a particular source of pride for her because her first State Women’s Open win in 2020 came on her home course, The Legend at Brandybrook in Wales.

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A Pair of Father Son Duos Deliver At The Bullseye Pro-Am

It was double duty for the WPGA pro-am circuit on Monday. For the first time the section presented two four-player pro-ams on the same day at different venues. In total forty-eight teams would tee it up between the two sites. Nineteen of which would make the trek to Bullseye Golf Club in Wisconsin Rapids. A yearly pro-am host site through the 1990s and 2000s, the club would be hosting for the first time since 2016.

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Burton & The Hidden Glen Boys Bring Home The Win

A rainy Monday morning left many wondering if the two WPGA pro-ams on the calendar would be played. Lady luck turned out to be on the WPGA’s side as the majority of the weather moved out of the state before the afternoon start time. A pleasant day for golf would accompany the twenty-nine teams at the X Golf Strawberry Creek Pro-Am. It marked the second straight sold out four-player pro-am field of the year.

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