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Voeller & Company Turn In A Great Performance

Beautiful weather and a great venue was all that was needed for another fun day on the WPGA pro-am circuit. Monday’s event brought a sold-out field to Trappers Turn GC in Wisconsin Dells. With ripe scoring conditions the Lake and Canyon courses were there for the taking. 

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Schuman Looks To Add To An Impressive Match Play Resume

The 55th playing of the WPGA Match Play Championship kicked off this past Monday as the event ventured to Geneva National Resort and Club for its second visit in the history of the event. This go around featured a slight twist though as day one featured the Player Course and day two let the remaining players tackle the Trevino Course. Throughout the two days the field of WPGA members battled it out in the seeding round plus the first three rounds of matches.

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Schlosser & Schuman Steal The Show

Action, Action, Action! There was a whole lot to keep track of on Monday morning at Hawk’s View GC. The WPGA kicked off its Player of the Year races with the Assistant Professional Stroke Play and Memorial Classic taking place simultaneously. The annual stroke play events are graciously sponsored by the Wisconsin Golf Sales Association.

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Schuman and Beson-Crone Shoot A Super Score

After being cancelled in 2020, the WPGA / WGCSA Premier Golf & Utility Vehicles Super-Pro was back in action on Wednesday. The field of sixty-two players from various facilities made the trek to Wild Rock GC in Wisconsin Dells to enjoy the day.  Twenty-two teams were set to compete in the traditional division of play, featuring one WPGA affiliated professional and one WGCSA member from the same facility. The second division was made up of nine teams, which included all other teams including a pro/super team that did not have a handicap index.

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A TaylorMade Victory

Monday marked the start of the 2021 Wisconsin PGA 4-player pro-am series. This year’s series features eight regular season contests and the season ending Oliphant Golf Management Pro-Am Championship. The events have been in high demand and currently the Horseshoe Bay event in September is the only pro-am that does not have at least 25 teams registered.

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Five WPGA Professionals Set To Compete In The 54th PGA Professional Championship

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.

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WPGA Junior Foundation Announces Open Registration For 2021 Tournaments

The Wisconsin Section of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America (WPGA) Junior Foundation (https://www.wiscjuniorgolf.com/) announces open registration for the Junior Golf Tournament Series in timing with the start of one of the biggest seasons for golf in Wisconsin.

Open registration for the WPGA Junior Golf Tournament Series begins April 20. Registration for members began March 31 and registration is currently pacing at a record pace.

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Grisa & Bach Lock Up The Spring Pro-Pro Better Ball Win

The Wisconsin PGA was back on course on Monday with its second straight season opening pro-pro event. Last week presented teams with the tough task of navigating what club to hit in breezy conditions, while this week it was all about staying warm. With plenty of knit caps in sight, it was a chilly battle for the sold out field of 52 teams.

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Czerniejewski & Kosloske Put The Pedal To The Kettle

The WPGA kicked off its 2021 in-state tournament season with the annual Spring Pro-Pro Scramble on Monday. A field of 98 players teed it up in breezy and partly sunny conditions at Kettle Moraine GC in Dousman. The annual event is always a chance to knock off a little rust and see who can make the most birdies and eagles on the way to a win. 

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Lady Luck Shines On Schnarr & Company

The 2021 WPGA Las Vegas Pro-Am came to a close last Thursday after four days of golf, camaraderie and entertainment. The event made its return to the WPGA schedule after a one year hiatus and the 49 teams that were in attendance welcomed it back with open arms. This year’s trip featured lodging at The Mirage Hotel & Casino with rounds at Cascata, Rio Secco GC and TPC Las Vegas. Teams represented 37 different facilities from throughout Wisconsin and the amateur attendees came from 12 different states.

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