Today is February 6, 2016
 
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A Special Big Week Message from Charlie Rymer

You heard him - be there or be a rotten egg! A very special thanks to the Golf Channel's Charlie Rymer for the shout-out. We can't wait for you and Gary Williams to join us at #BigWeek16! For more information, please see here. {click image to view video}       View More...

#THXPGAPRO

In case you missed it: The PGA of America kicked off its centennial anniversary on Tuesday, January 26 at Orange County National Golf Center in Orlando, Fla. PGA Professional Paige Cribb of Coastal Carolina University PGA Golf Management and the Carolinas PGA Section participated in a ceremonial tee shot at the countries’ largest demo day prior to the 2016 PGA Merchandise Show. #THXPGAPRO   View More...

An Epic 3 Putt

How's that for a 3 putt? The CPGA's Kelly Mitchum of Pinehurst shows them how it's done on ESPN's SportsCenter! Check out the clip HERE   View More...

On The Fringe: February

Happy February 1 to all! In a few short weeks, #BigWeek16 will be upon us. We're excited to share The Big Week Issue of On The Fringe today with the latest updates and info regarding the upcoming events. Check it out by clicking the image below and be sure to spread the news with your program, facility, staff and industry friends.  We can't wait for you all to see what's in store this year in Greensboro.  www.carolinas.pga.com/merchandiseshow   View More...

#BIGWEEK16 Registration Open

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CPGA Player Development Workshop at Bryan Park GC

Today's Player Development Workshop with Bob Baldassari, PGA and Mike Aldrich, PGA was an exciting learning experience for all! Take a look at photos from the event (on our Facebook page) and be sure to stay tuned for other unique MSR education opportunities. We look forward to a New Year full of new innovations and improved strategies for all of our hardworking Member Professionals at their facilities and programs.  View More...

Save The Date!

Big Week 2016 is right around the corner and registration will open soon! Stay tuned for additional updates and information next week. We look forward to seeing you all in February!  View More...

Carolinas PGA Section Welcomes New Tournament Official

The Carolinas PGA Section is proud to announce the arrival of Christopher Gaines, who assumes a role as Tournament Official at the CPGA headquarters in Greensboro. In addition to providing tournament assistance, Gaines also oversees the Section’s junior golf events and initiatives.  Prior to this position, Gaines worked in various avenues of the golf industry. This includes the Southwest Section PGA and PGA of America headquarters, where he interned in the Marketing and Public Relations departments, as well as in the Philadelphia PGA Section, where he assisted with the Philadelphia Junior Tour. Before his work in the golf industry, Gaines held marketing and sales positions with the Ricoh Americas Corporation, Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile USA, after graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in the Hospitality Administration/Management and Professional Golf Management Programs from the University of Las Vegas and from the University of Washington, with a Bachelor’s in English Literature. "It is an honor to join the Carolinas Section PGA as the new Tournament Official. I'm excited to join the dedicated professionals of the CPGA as they share the same passion for the game and vision for the future that I do,” said Christopher. “I have been very fortunate to have had so many great experiences at the section level in Philadelphia and the Southwest Section, to have the opportunity to work at the largest section of the PGA is truly humbling. I am looking forward to meeting and serving the excellent men and women professionals of the Carolinas Section PGA, promoting the game of golf, and giving back to my new community." “Christopher is an exciting new addition to our section staff. We have a great team in place and look forward to an exciting and prosperous 2016,” shared new Executive Director, Jeff Abbot, CPA. Gaines officially assumes his new role at the Carolinas PGA Section Headquarters as of Monday, January 4, 2016. For more information, please contact the Section directly.  A full press release can be found here.  View More...

Fowler rebounds with late birdie, one back in Phoenix

When Rickie Fowler walked off the 18th green late Friday afternoon he was tied for second with Danny Lee and only one behind 36-hole leader James Hahn. View More...

Loud and clear: Phoenix leaders survive 16th-hole insanity

It was typically boisterous on Friday at the Phoenix Open, and the forecast is for more - much more - of the same. View More...

Korda working with Creamer's former coach Whelan

Jessica Korda has a familiar name helping her get into contention at the Coates Golf Championship. David Whelan, Paula Creamer’s former coach, is now working with Korda. View More...

Shaky start to Ko's day, but solid finish

Lydia Ko’s day didn’t start very well, but she liked how it ended. View More...

Thompson bombing her way up the leaderboard

Lexi Thompson is playing a nice game of bomb and gouge on her way up the leaderboard at the Coates Golf Championship. View More...

If Jang is feeling pressure, she isn't showing it

After four close calls last year, Ha Na Jang once again holds a 54-hole lead. Now, with South Korea watching, can she finally win? View More...

Hahn uses local knowledge to grab lead at WMPO

Before James Hahn began his press conference Friday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open he had to clear something up. View More...

Fowler 1 back heading into weekend in Phoenix

Rickie Fowler shot 3-under 68 Friday and is one shot off the lead going into the weekend at the Waste Management Phoenix Open View More...

Ko, Jang share Coates lead as play suspended

Lydia Ko and Ha Na Jang shared the lead when horns blew suspending the third round of the Coates Golf Championship Friday because of darkness. View More...

Funk (69) takes one-shot lead at Jones Cup

Taylor Funk shot 3-under 69 Friday to take a one-stroke lead at the Jones Cup Invitational on Friday. View More...

Poulter putts one-handed at Scottsdale's 16th, misses

Ian Poulter had quite the week at TPC Scottsdale's notorious par-3 16th. View More...

Short game key to Matsuyama's hot start in Phoenix

Hideki Matsuyama only hit 10 greens on Friday, but he was able to scramble around TPC Scottsdale for a 1-under 71 and now heads into the weekend with a good chance at his first PGA Tour win since the 2014 Memorial Tournament. View More...
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