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2017 Senior PGA Professional Championship

6 Qualifiers from Carolinas to Play

The 29th Senior PGA Professional Championship begins today at Desert Mountain in Scottsdale, AZ. Neal Lancaster, PGA (the 2017 Carolinas Senior PGA Professional Champion) qualified for this event back in June along with five other Carolinas PGA Professionals who finished well enough to earn a spot. The complete list of qualifiers includes: 
 

Neal Lancaster  Smithfield, NC           
Cory McEwen  Campobello, SC
Rick Morton  Jacksonville, NC
Michael Hutcheon  High Point, NC
Mark Tomedolskey  Yemassee, SC
David Thore  Wilmington, NC


Stay tuned right here on our homepage for live scoring updates throughout the event. Best of luck to all of our players! 

 

Career Corner - September

The calendar tells me that we have hit Fall, which means football season and shorter days. Here in the Carolinas, it also means the beginning of the end of the season for the majority of the facilities in the section. I hope everyone had a successful season, and I want to use this article to discuss the importance of communicating your success stories to your manager, owner, or Board of Directors. Regardless of your role at your facility, there is a need for regular communication of financial information, successes for you and your staff, and upcoming challenges.
 

The PGA offers tools to help you quantify and communicate your successes by using the Revenue Scorecard and the Golf Operations Executive Summary.  Both are simple to use an easily accessible on PGA.org, or simply click the links above (and login with your PGA.org password).

 

 
 
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