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2017 PGA Junior League Southeast Regional


The 2017 PGA Jr. League Southeast Regional event at Kiawah last week was a great success. Two teams from the Carolinas (Par Tee Golf Course and Highland Country Club), one team from Georgia (TPC Sugarloaf), and one team from Florida (Grand Cypress) competed for the chance to move on to Nationals at Grayhawk Golf Club in Arizona in November. Coming out on top was Team TPC Sugarloaf from Georgia. Congrats to everyone who competed and good luck to Georgia in the next round! 
 

Event photos


For more information on PGA Junior League, a pillar of PGA REACH Carolinas, contact Carolinas PGA Works Assistant, Jessica Asbury at jasbury@pgahq.com or follow along  with PGA REACH Carolinas on Facebook and Instagram (@reachcarolinas) 

 

Heidi Wright-Tennyson, PGA Elected as Area III Director



The votes are in and we would like to congratulate Heidi Wright-Tennyson, PGA of Moss Creek Golf Club who was elected as the Area III Director. The Area had three outstanding candidates, and we would like to thank Andrew Itterly, PGA and Ben Smith, PGA for their willingness and desire to serve. Heidi will be sworn in at the 2018 PGA Annual Meeting on Monday, February 19th in Greensboro. The Section would also like to thank current Area III Director Josh Wagaman, as his four years are coming to a close.  If you have any questions or would like to contact Heidi, her contact information is listed below:

Heidi Wright-Tennyson, PGA
Director of Golf
Moss Creek Golf Club
Hilton Head, SC
hlwtennyson@gmail.com
(843) 684-1869

 

 
 
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