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REGISTRATION OPEN

Rescheduled CPGA Professional Championship

*** NEW REGISTRATIONS! ***

The PGA of America has reopened registration for those who can make the new dates of the CPGA Professional Championship.  These entries will count toward 2018 PGA Professional Championship qualifying spots and national partner funding.  To register, call Terri Leu in the PGA of America Championships Department at 561-624-8487.  The deadline is Friday, September 29 at 4:30 PM.  No exceptions for late entries will be granted.

Eligibility:  Open to Section Class ‘A’ Members, Life Members (Active, Retired, Master Active, and Master Retired), Master Professionals, and Retired Members. However, Retired Members, Life Members Retired, and Life Members Master Retired are not eligible to qualify for the PGA PC.

We need as many Carolinas PGA Members to play as possible.  Our field size determines the number of future PGA Professional Championship qualifying spots and national partner dollars we receive compared to the other 40 PGA Sections.  So, call up your friends, and get them to register!

 

 

Helping Hurricane Victims

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Many of you have asked how you can offer your support following hurricanes Harvey and Irma. At this time, the best way to help is to donate to the PGA Disaster Relief fund. Those affected by these storms are suffering irreparable damage and devastation and will be for weeks. Please consider a donation to this fund as thousands work to get back on their feet. Every bit counts. 
 

 
 
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