The 2021 PGA Professional Championship kicks off on Sunday, April 25 at PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, FL. The championship returns after the 2020 version was canceled due to Covid-19. The Wisconsin PGA will be represented by five professionals in this year’s 312 player field. Each individual earned a spot into the event with their play at the Wisconsin PGA Professional Championship last September.
Representing the Wisconsin Section this year is:
Tom Burton – Assistant PGA Professional – Hidden Glen Golf Club (Cedarburg)
Joe DeRosa – Assistant PGA Professional – La Crosse Country Club (Onalaska)
Tim Schroyer – Assistant PGA Professional – Pine Hills Country Club (Sheboygan)
Mick Smith – PGA Teaching Professional – The Practice Station (New Berlin)
Mark Voeller – PGA Director of Instruction – Golf Galaxy (Brookfield)
The championship will run from Sunday, April 25 until Wednesday, April 28 and feature a $675,000 purse. The field will face a cut to the low 90 and ties after the second round of play. Then a secondary cut will be made after 54 holes, with the low 70 and ties advancing to the final day.
For scoring and several other features visit pgaprochampionship.com
The championship will also be televised on the Golf Channel all four days.