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2017 Area Meetings

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State Open Registration Now Available!

  66th South Carolina Open Presented by Yamaha Golf Cars Dataw Island Club’s Cotton Dike Course – Beaufort, SC - www.Dataw.org Monday – Wednesday, May 22-24 >>> Information & Registration <<< Deadline:  May 11 at 5:00 PM 53rd SignArt North Carolina Open Presented by Mobipaid The Club at Irish Creek – Kannapolis, NC – www.LiveAtIrishCreek.com Tuesday – Thursday, June 6-9 >>> Information & Registration <<< Deadline:  May 25 at 5:00 PM 93rd Carolinas Open Presented by BB&T Bryan Park Golf & Conference Center’s Champions Course – Greensboro, NC – www.BryanPark.com Tuesday – Thursday, August 1-3 >>> Information & Registration <<< Deadline:  July 20 at 5:00 PM View More...

Did You Take Our Big Week Survey?

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5 CPGA Pros Make Golf Magazine's List of Top 100 Teachers in America

We're thrilled to share that five Carolinas PGA Professionals made the list of Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Teachers in America, one of the most coveted titles in instruction. Join us in congratulating these pros on their much-deserved honors! READ FULL STORY  View More...

#BigWeek17 Photos and Videos Now Available!

Big Week 2017 photos and other media materials are now available for viewing at www.carolinas.pga.com/merchandiseshow. Photo albums may also be found on our Facebook page and various videos can be viewed on the Carolinas PGA Section YouTube channel. Feel free to tag yourselves! Please note: The Lou Holtz video will not be posted in its entirety due to copyrights. The website will continue to be updated this week and next as the team continues to catch up from Big Week. Keep a close eye on your email for additional updates from Section Staff. Thank you all again for making #BigWeek17 our best show yet! Please contact Liz (lmuroski@pgahq.com) with any media-related questions.   View More...

CPGA Jackpot Winner, David Von Canon, Takes Home $5K!

In case you missed it, David Von Canon, PGA, Head Professional at Sanford Golf Club, was the winner of the $5,000 jackpot prize at our 24th Annual Merchandise Show this year! This was the first year the Section hosted a jackpot drawing of this caliber at the annual event. In addition to this grand prize, Carolinas PGA Professionals had a chance to win several other smaller door prizes throughout the week. It’s safe to say, a lot of lucky members went home with fresh swag and smiles on their faces. A special thank you to all participants and our presenting partners Source 4, Page & Tuttle, Carolinas Golf Salesman Association, and the Greensboro Visitors Bureau, as well as all other partners who donated products to make this exciting opportunity possible.  View More...

No Book To Pick Up at BIG WEEK!

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#BIGWEEK17 is your chance to see big names!

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Check Out This Junior League Golfer!

This little guy is Brady Barr and he is on the PGA Junior League Golf team! He's having some fun down at Dunes Golf & Beach Club. Thanks to PGA Member, Ryan Wolf, for sharing! Learn more about #PGAJLG and how you can help make an impact on the lives of young golfers like Brady!    View More...

Play for the Love of the Game

With Ed Sehl’s passing, the Carolinas PGA is reminded of his many contributions to the Section and the game of golf. One example is a DVD that was produced in 2007 to encourage our PGA Professionals to play golf because, after all, they love the game!  View More...

Big Week Registration Now Open!

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GOLF Magazine Releases New List of Top 100 Teachers in America

GOLF Magazine has released its biennial list of America’s Top 100 Teachers in America for 2017-2018. We're thrilled to share that two of those named to the list are Carolinas PGA Professionals, Tim Cooke, PGA and Jason Sutton, PGA. A very big congratulations to you both! Since its inception in 1991, GOLF Magazine’s Top Teachers in America ranking has become the industry standard for teaching excellence due to the diligent selection process that GOLF Magazine employs to assemble the list.   “Every two years the Credential and Selection committees dedicate a lot of time and research to recognize the golf industry’s best teachers by naming them to our Top 100 list,” said David DeNunzio, Managing Editor for Instruction for GOLF Magazine. “These individuals have been selected because of their commitment to broaden the appeal of golf by helping their students understand and enjoy the game.”     View More...

CPGA Welcomes New Tournament Official

New Year, New Hire! Say hello (again) to Vincent Bachteler, our new Tournament Official. Vincent interned with us last year and did such a great job that we asked him back. Welcome back to the CPGA Team, VB! View More...

Happy Holidays From Our Bunch To Yours!

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Armistead & Sumner Win 27th Charles Tilghman Junior Championship

Myrtle Beach, SC – Connor Armistead (Charlotte, NC) and Kathleen Sumner (Charleston, SC) are the Boys’ and Girls’ Overall Champions of the 27th Charles Tilghman Carolinas PGA Junior Championship held at the par-71 Grande Dunes Members Club in Myrtle Beach, SC. After opening the tournament with a 3-under (68) and in a tie for first place, Armistead (17) closed out the victory in the Overall Boys’ division with a 1-under par (70) for a total of 138 (-4).  Armistead played a smart round, doing what he needed to maintain his lead with two birdies and only one dropped shot in his final round.  Stephen Carroll (17) of Concord, NC and Drew Weary (16) of Bluffton, SC finished tied in second with both players finishing at 139 (-3).  Carroll had five birdies in his final round of 2-under (69) while Weary finished his final round with three birdies and an even par (71). Sumner (17) of Charleston, SC took the Overall Girls’ championship after a two-hole playoff with overnight leader Gracyn Burgess (16) of Lexington, SC.  They each finished the championship at 142 (E).  After both players made par on the first hole (#10) of the playoff, Sumner and Burgess found the fairway on the 11th.  On the approach, both competitors found themselves just off the green and looking to save par which Sumner was able to convert.  Sumner had three birdies, one bogey, and one double bogey in her final round while Burgess had an up-and-down round with five birdies, two double bogeys, and two bogeys. Age division Champions:      Girls’ 13-15 – Smith Knaffle Murrells Inlet, SC          77-71 148 (+6)      Girls’ 16-18 – Kathleen Sumner Charleston, SC     71-71 142 (E)      Boys’  13-14 – Elliott Pope  Lugoff, SC                       74-73 147 (+5)      Boys’  15-16 – Drew Weary    Bluffton, SC                 68-71 139 (-3)      Boys’  17-18 – Connor Armistead Charlotte, NC     68-70 138 (-4)     Carolinas PGA - 27th Charles Tilghman CPGA Junior Championship Results  -  Powered by BlueGolf Click here for complete tournament results Dates: Dec 10 - Dec 11 Course:Grande Dunes Members Club(Myrtle Beach, SC) Par and Total Yardage By Division Grande Dunes Members Club (Par: 71 Distance: 5471)  Grande Dunes Members Club (Par: 71 Distance: 6317)  View More...

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Save the Date - Big Week is Coming!

  *Show Registration for Members Will Open in January 2017* www.carolinas.pga.com/merchandiseshow Exhibitor Registration Available Now   Carolinas PGA Headquarters 6271 Bryan Park Road Browns Summit, NC 27214 336-398-2742 Carolinas@pgahq.com   View More...

Gibson & Frost Win The E-Z-GO CPGA Pro-Pro Championship

Carolinas PGA - E-Z-GO CPGA Pro-Pro Championship Results  Click here for complete tournament results Click here for photos Dates: Nov 29 - Dec 1 Courses:Pinehurst No. 2(Pinehurst, NC), Pinewild Country Club of Pinehurst-Holly(Pinehurst, NC), Talamore Golf Resort - Mid South(Southern Pines, NC)   GIBSON & FROST WIN THE E-Z-GO CPGA PRO-PRO CHAMPIONSHIP The team of Charles Frost, PGA and Tommy Gibson, representing Old Town Club in Winston-Salem, NC won the 2016 E-Z-GO Carolinas PGA Pro-Pro Championship Presented by Ahead, Global Golf Sales, Stitch Golf, and Tifosi Optics held in historic Pinehurst, NC. Frost, Old Town’s PGA Head Professional, and Gibson, an Apprentice Assistant Professional, posted rounds of 70-66-60 = 196 (-19) to finish tied with Jeff Avant, the PGA Head Professional at Rolling Hills CC in Monroe, NC, and Larry George, the PGA Head Professional at River Landing CC in Wallace, NC.  That duo earned scores of 66-70-60 = 196 (-19).   Three formats were used for the 54-hole championship on three courses each day.  Both teams happen to have been assigned the same rotation   -    Mid South Club / www.midsouthclub.com / Captain's Choice   -    Pinehurst CC No. 2 / www.pinehurst.com / Four-Ball Stroke Play (better ball)    -    Pinewild CC of Pinehurst (Holly) / www.pinewildcc.com / Modified Alternate Shot The duo played four playoff holes at Pinehurst CC No. 2 using a loop of Holes #18, 1, and 17 where they tied each hole.  After the second time through #18, it was determined that there was not enough daylight left to play another full hole.  The competitors were taken to 140 yards out on the 18th fairway.  Avant and George both bogeyed, and Gibson made a two-foot putt for par and the victory.   (L-R) Champions Tommy Gibson & Charles Frost, PGA In the senior contest, Donald Padgett, a PGA Life Member and former President and COO of Pinehurst Resort & CC, with Ed Sabo, also a PGA Life Member, were impressive.  With rounds of 68-61-64 = 193 (-22), they finished eight strokes ahead of Ron Schmid, a PGA Life Member, and Karl Kimball, the PGA Director of Golf at Hillandale GC in Durham, NC who recorded scores of 71-62-68 = 201 (-14).   (L-R) Senior contest champions Ed Sabo, PGA & Donald Padgett II, PGA In addition to three days of competition, the field enjoyed two social functions and a nighttime putting contest.  On the afternoon prior to the tournament, Global Golf Sales conducted its season-ending Par-3 Challenge on Pinewild CC of Pinehurst’s par-3 Azalea course.  The majority of the field qualified through meeting/education attendance, volunteering, growth of the game activities, committee involvement, and tournament participation.  The purse was $10,000 with $9,000 being dedicated to skins on each hole with no carryovers.  Results can be found here. The CPGA sincerely thanks its title partner E-Z-GO for its continued support of the Pro-Pro Championship.   -    E-Z-GO – www.ezgo.com We of course also thank our four presenting partners.   -    Ahead – www.aheadweb.com   -    Global Golf Sales – www.globalgolfsales.com   -    Stitch Golf – www.stitchgolf.com   -    Tifosi Optics – www.tifosioptics.com A number of supporting partners also contributed.   -    Evolve Golf – www.evolvegolf.com   -    Hole-in-One U.S.A. - www.hiousa.com   -    ProGolfWeather – www.progolfweather.com   -    Source4 - www.source4.logomall.com     View More...

Carolinas PGA Announces 2016 Section Award Winners

  The Carolinas PGA is thrilled to announce the winners of this year’s Section Awards and Honors, distributed annually by the Carolinas PGA Section, as selected by the Special Awards Committee, to the top 10 deserving Carolinas PGA Professionals. The mission of the Carolinas PGA Special Awards Committee is to ascertain the most eligible winners in each of the annually awarded categories, which is accomplished by an enthusiastic commitment from each committee member afforded the responsibility of identifying and recognizing his or her peers as exceptional.  With over 230 nominations this year, only 10 are selected by the Committee to receive these honors. The following Carolinas PGA Professionals are this year's honorees and display excellence in their profession, assume an ongoing commitment and devotion to progressing the game of golf and to preserving the integrity of the industry: Golf Professional of the Year  John Faidley, PGA (Forsyth Country Club) Palmer Maples Teacher of the Year Bill Sampson, PGA  (Old Tabby Links at Spring Island Golf Club) Horton Smith Award Rick Murphy, PGA (Rick Murphy Golf Academy & Greensboro National) Bill Strausbaugh Award Jeff Dotson, PGA (The Country Club of NC) Player Development Award Chris Haarlow, PGA (Precision Golf School) Youth Player Development Award Kevin Britt, PGA (Country Club of Spartanburg) Merchandiser of the Year (Private) Andrew David Bryce, PGA (Quail Hollow Club) Merchandiser of the Year (Public) Charles Johns IV, PGA (The Hackler Course at Coastal Carolina University) Merchandiser of the Year (Resort)  Justin Van Heukelom, PGA (Bald Head Island Club) Assistant Golf Professional of the Year Nicklaus Cannon, PGA (Charlotte Country Club)   *Additional information about each honoree can be found HERE*   Please join us in congratulating these Carolinas PGA Professionals on their much-deserved honors!    View More...
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