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Club Car CPGA Pro-Official Championship

Frost & Randolph Chip in to Win

PGA Head Professional Charles Frost and Club Owner Chris Randolph from Kiawah Island Club - River Course won the Club Car CPGA Pro-Official Championship by way of a chip-off.  They finished tied at 64 (-7) with PGA Director of Golf T.J. Bridges and Club President Doug Cullen from River Hills CC.

Randolph was second to play in the chip-off, and he sank a pitch reminiscent of Tiger Woods at the 2005 Masters.

>>> Click here for the recap, results, & team prize amounts

(L-R) Charles Frost, PGA & Chris Randolph

Sub-contest results:
   Club Car CTP #7 – Brian Reppart, PGA & Stuart Towsey – 3’ 0”
   Club Car CTP #11 – Claude Brusse, PGA & Brian Boss – 4’ 6”
   Dunning Golf CTP #9 – Matt Rink, PGA & Mike Alexander – 3’ 6”
   Golf Pride CTP #16 – Steve Dewitt, PGA – 6’ 0”
   Orange Peel Trainer Straight Drive #1 – Kevin Kemp (a)
   Evolve Golf Total Driving Challenge #5 – Still being calculated.







Lambert is 2014 National Car Rental CPGA Assistant Champion








PGA apprentice Scott Lambert of Mill Creek Golf Club in Mebane, NC won the National Car Rental Carolinas PGA Assistant Championship supported by Kirk & Matz Tuesday, August 5, 2014 at the Resort Club at Grande Dunes in Myrtle Beach, SC.


Lambert, a level 1 apprentice in the PGA Professional Golf Management program and Head Golf Professional at Mill Creek Golf Club, collected his first win in the Carolinas Section. Lambert finished the competition tied at 8 under par with Rohan Allwood, a PGA apprentice out of The Woodlands Golf & Country Club in Columbia, SC. They proceeded to hole #18 to begin what would be a two hole sudden death playoff. Both players made a par on #18, and on the second playoff hole (hole #10), Lambert took advantage of a wayward tee shot from Allwood, making a par to beat Allwood's bogey and win the championship.


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CPGA Senior Championships

Presented by the Leland TDA & Supported by Mercedez-Benz



Wake Forest University Men's Golf Coach Jerry Haas, PGA, won the professional division of the CPGA Senior Championships held at Cape Fear National in Leland, NC.

Haas, along with 6 other CPGA Professionals, qualified to compete in the 26th Senior PGA Professional National Championship in November at PGA Golf Club.

Amateurs Keith Waters and Larry Boswell placed first in the Champion Amateurs annd Super Senior Amateurs divisions respectively.  John Green and Brodie Baker finished regulation tied within the Legend Amateurs division with Baker winning a score card playoff.

>>> Click here for the recap & results

Jerry Haas, PGA
Keith Waters
Larry Boswell


2014 Global Golf Sales Par-3 Challenge

The scores from the 63rd South Carolina Open have been posted. 
Check out the standings.


63rd South Carolina Open

Allwood Wins first CPGA Major

PGA Apprentice Head Professional Rohan Allwood of The Woodlands G&CC in Columbia, SC won the 63rd South Carolina Open at Florence Country Club by three strokes.

>>> Click here for the recap & results

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National Car Rental / Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort

(center) Sequoyah National PGA Gen. Mgr. Ryan Ott with
(L-R) Duane Page, PGA, Scott Siewert, Don Stephenson, & Chris Wilmot

The team from Laurel Ridge CC in Waynesville, NC captured the inaugural National Car Rental / Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort  CPGA Pro-Am.

>>> Click here for the recap and final results


CPGA Member Jerry Haas Competes at US Senior Open

Carolinas PGA Member and golf coach at Wake Forest University Jerry Haas, PGA was in the field and made the cut at the 2014 US Senior Open. With rounds of 78-71-74-69 for a total of 292 (+8), Haas finished in a tie for 33rd place. The tournament was held at Oak Tree National in Edmond, Oklahoma. Haas made it through qualifying for the championship at Florence Country Club in Florence, SC with a score of 68. Oak Tree National is a familiar place to Haas, as he made it to the semifinals of the US Amateur there in 1984. For the second time since he turned 50 last September, Jerry competed with his brother Jay Haas, who is second on the Champions Tour money list this year. Unfortunately, Jay Haas had to withdraw during the event because of an injury.

Click Here for the US Senior Open Leaderboard


PGA National News

12-Member United States Team Announced for 2014 Junior Ryder Cup, Sept. 22-23, at Blairgowrie Golf Club

The United States Team is comprised of six boys and six girls who are U.S. citizens and graduating high school in 2015, or later. View More

PGA of America Bringing Fans Closer to the Action; U.S. Ryder Cup Captain Tom Watson Unveils his 3 Picks Live from NYC on Sept. 2

Over the next three weeks, fans can join in the fun by entering the interactive "MyCaptainsPicks" contest with Captain Watson. A first-of-its-kind social media engagement program, #mycaptainspicks simply asks sports fans to choose the three players they think Watson will pick to complete his 12-player team. View More

2014 U.S. Ryder Cup Team "Ice Bucket Challenge"

The Challenge is accepted by members of the U.S. Ryder Cup Team. View More

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