The 34th Senior PGA Professional Championship presented by Cadillac and supported by the GOLF Channel will kick off on Thursday, October 13 at Twin Warriors and Santa Ana Golf Clubs in Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico. The event features 264 PGA Professionals who are at least 50 years of age, from 41 PGA sections and 46 states.
Representing the Wisconsin PGA are Michael Crowley, Charlie Brown, Mark Voeller and Tim Grogan. The foursome will be led by Crowley, as he currently sits in first place of the WPGA Senior Player of the Year standings.
The 72-hole Championship will run from Thursday until Sunday, with players competing for a purse of over $300,000. Each player will play one round each on Twin Warriors and Santa Ana GC during the first two days of play. Then after the second round of play the field will be cut to the low 90 players and ties. There will then be another cut after 54 holes of play, leaving the low 70 and ties to compete on the final day. The final two rounds of play will take place on Twin Warriors.
Also at stake is a chance to qualify for the 2023 Senior PGA Championship presented by KitchenAid next May. The low 35 players will earn a chance to tee it up at the first senior major championship of the year.