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2017 Playing Awards Announced

Congratulations to the following individuals on their outstanding performance throughout the 2017 season.  Final results for each of these awards are available here.

 

Bob Boyd
CPGA Player of the Year
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Johnny Palmer Trophy

CHARLES FROST, PGA
Director of Golf
Old Town Club
Winston Salem, NC

 

Tommy Card
CPGA Senior Professional
Player of the Year


GUS ULRICH , PGA
Director of Instruction
Pinewild CC of Pinehurst
Pinehurst, NC

 


CPGA Assistants' Association
Player of the Year


BARRY PIERCE, PGA
Assistant Professional
Cedarwood CC
Charlotte, NC


Senior Associate POY
STEVEN KIDD (a)
Liberty, NC

Super Senior Associate POY
RON CARPENTER (a)

Creedmor, NC

Legends Senior Associate POY
JOHN WALTERS (a)

Charlotte, NC

 

 

2018 CPGA Major Tournament Schedule

Items in bold have been confirmed

March 19-20 Head Professional Champ. / RBC Heritage Member Qual. Callawassie Island Club
April 2-3 Tar Heel Cup Matches River Landing CC
May 7-8 Pro-Am at Sequoyah National Sequoyah National GC
May 22-24 67th South Carolina Open Moss Creek GC (South)
June 5-7 54th SignArt North Carolina Open Pres. By Mobipaid The Club at Irish Creek
June 25-26 Section Senior Professional Championship Mimosa Hills G&CC
July 2-3 Section Assistant Professional Championship Prestonwood CC (Highlands)
July 16-17 Pro-Assistant Championship River Landing CC
August 7-9 94th Carolinas Open Pres. by BB&T Greensboro CC (Carlson Farm)
August 27-29 Section Professional Championship The Sea Pines Resort
November 27-29 E-Z-GO / AHEAD Pro-Pro Championship TBD
     
TBD Club Car Pro-Official Championship TBD
TBD OMEGA Match Play Championship TBD
     
Senior Schedule (dates added when finalized)  
June 11-12 CPGA Senior Open CC of Landfall
Oct 29-30 CPGA Senior Fall Finals Old North State Club
     
Assistants' Association (dates added when finalized)  
March 5 Format TBD Cedarwood CC
April 24 Format TBD Raleigh CC
 
 
 
  
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