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Tournament Recaps

Smith Secures Second Straight WPGA Senior Title

There’s a path – winding though it is – that connects this week’s Wisconsin Senior PGA Professional Championship and the Senior PGA Championship, one of senior golf’s majors. Mick Smith successfully traveled that path recently, and on Tuesday afternoon he looked primed to do it again.

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Herb Finds The Recipe To Success

The National Car Rental Wisconsin Assistant PGA Professional Championship is a little tournament with big repercussions, where one 36-hole day of golf determines the players who will represent Wisconsin in the National Assistant Championship.

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On Point – Helminen & Friends Get The Wilson Pro-Am Win

Monday marked back-to-back weeks for the WPGA Pro-Am Four-Player Pro-Am Series. After the rescheduled Suter Ward Group at Morgan Stanley Pro-Am kicked off the month of July last week, the series made the trek to Stevens Point CC for the Wilson Golf Pro-Am. It was the first time the series had made a stop in Stevens Point since SentryWorld hosted in 2018.

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Shipshock & Company Sail Away With The Win

After a soggy month of June, the Wisconsin PGA and all the golf courses in the state were ready for a fresh start with the calendar flipping over to July. One of the casualties of the inclement weather in June was the playing of the Suter Ward Group at Morgan Stanley Pro-Am at Bishops Bay CC. Originally scheduled for Monday, June 3, the day was derailed by afternoon storms.

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Hansen Puts the Hammer Down at Lawsonia

A string of under-par rounds from University Club of Milwaukee Head PGA Professional Andy Hansen would continue this past Monday. After starting off the year with a runner-up finish at the WPGA Match Play Championship and two top-five finishes at the Memorial Classic and Hornung’s Classic, the UW-Parkside alum would get the job done.

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Swenson & Friends Springboard Straight To The Top

The Wisconsin PGA tournament schedule continued to cruise through the month of June on Monday. After weather got the best of the four-player pro-am series a few weeks back at Bishops Bay CC, the series was back in action at Abbey Springs GC.

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Hoven Hoists The Women’s Open Trophy

The sunset was starting to look pretty darn good to Elise Hoven as it relates to her golf career. And what she did on a sun-splashed Wednesday at Meadowbrook Country Club with such great composure and such unflappable execution doesn’t change where Hoven sees herself a year from now.

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Crowley Can’t Be Stopped at South Hills

Monday afternoon ended a crazy week of golf for Michael Crowley. The Morningstar GC head PGA Professional would cap off a run of seven straight days of competitive golf by teeing it up in the 53rd Hornung’s Classic at South Hills G&CC. If it wasn’t for a pro-am rainout on the Monday prior, Crowley could have tacked on another day to the streak. 

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The Legend Ladies Lead The Way

The annual Wisconsin PGA Pro-Ladies series would make its first appearance of 2024 on Tuesday. A sold-out field of 24 fivesomes would venture to The Legend at Bristlecone in Hartland for a fun day of camaraderie and golf. The two-event series would take on a small twist in 2024, as Tuesday would feature the traditional one professional and four lady amateur format, while the Summer edition in August is going to have teams of four.

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Stenseth & Jones Go Back-To-Back at Bristlecone

The 16th playing of The Legend Challenge – Scratch Pro-Am made its usual late May appearance on Tuesday. Once again the two-player better ball event brought together some of the top amateurs and professionals throughout the state.

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