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Carolinas Open Kicks Off for 93rd Year!

August 1 is here and with that, so is the 93rd Carolinas Open (Presented by BB&T)! The prestigious tournament is one of several majors hosted by the Carolinas PGA throughout the year and brings golfers together for three days of play at Bryan Park Golf Course in Greensboro, NC. This year’s tournament field will house over 150 players as they compete for this year’s championship title.

Defending champion, Drew Younts, a PGA Apprentice Teaching Professional at Precision Golf School from Stokesdale, NC, captured last year’s tournament by way of a playoff victory over Thomas Lilly of Newton, NC. 

Who will be this year’s champion?! Stay tuned on the Carolinas PGA’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram channels for live updates and coverage throughout the week (@carolinaspga).

Best of luck to all of our competitors out there!

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The 93rd Carolinas Open Presented by BB&T is an official Bob Boyd CPGA Player of the Year Award Presented by OMEGA points event.  Additionally, PGA Professionals' scores count toward the CPGA Johnny Palmer Trophy Presented by True Temper. 

 

August is National Golf Month!


Celebrate National Golf Month with us by sharing your favorite pics from the golf course! All month we will be featuring Carolinas PGA member photos in celebration of this exciting occasion. Let’s face it, every month is golf month when you’re a GOLFER but, this month, let’s show everyone why #CarolinasGolf stands out among the rest. Tweet, Facebook, Instagram, OR email your photos or videos to the Section and we’ll feature you on social, our site and an upcoming issue of On the Fringe! Use our hashtag #CAROLINASGOLF and feel free to share as many photos as you wish – we’ll be watching and sharing all month long. PLUS, we expect to see some particularly good pics from the PGA Championship at Quail Hollow next week! Happy golfing! 

 

 
 
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