BDNA Commits to be Title Sponsor of the Georgia PGA Senior Tour
The Georgia PGA Seniors’ Division and enterprise software company BDNA have entered into an agreement in which BDNA will be the Title Sponsor of the 2017 Georgia PGA Senior Tour. As part of the agreement, BDNA will also be the named sponsor for each of the tour's events and will be presenting sponsor of the Yamaha Georgia Senior Open presented by BDNA.
“BDNA is delighted to partner with the Georgia PGA Seniors’ Division,” said Larry Vaughan, BDNA Executive Vice President for Worldwide Sales and Services. “We recognize the significant role that business plays in the world of golf, and know that many of the world’s most well-known companies reach their audience by having their name associated with the PGA Tour and major golf events. BDNA sponsoring this tour is a wonderful opportunity to promote our brand. We look forward to a successful partnership with the Georgia PGA.”
Ansley GC Settindown Duo Wins Pro-Pro
The team of Richard Hatcher and Gus Wagoner from Ansley Golf Club Settindown Creek in Roswell made 18 birdies and an eagle over 36 holes to capture the Traynor Golf Collection/Mizuno/E-Z-GO Pro-Pro Championship presented by Ernest Sports and Global Golf Sales which was contested on the Sea Island Golf Club’s famed Seaside and Plantation courses. The duo fired an 11-under par 61 on the Plantation course today to go along with a first round 8-under par 62 on the Seaside course to finish the championship at 19-under par, 123.View More
Weinhart Makes Georgia PGA History with 9th Player of the Year Title
Roswell, GA --- Highlighted by his outstanding play all year, PGA Teaching Professional Tim Weinhart of the Tim Weinhart Golf Academy at Heritage Golf Links in Tucker recently earned his record-setting 9th Georgia PGA Player of the Year title presented by OMEGA.
Jaden Hall & Emma Bell Win 2016 Georgia PGA Junior Tour Championship
Players of the Year Named for 2016
The Georgia PGA Junior Tour celebrated 15 years of the top junior golf in Georgia with the playing of its Tour Championship. Jaden Hall’s consistent play over two days of difficult conditions helped him prevail over a strong field on the Great Waters Course at Reynolds Lake Oconee. Hall, of Newnan, entered the final round tied for second, one shot behind Lindsey Cordell of Rome, but fired a 1-under par 71, the low round of the tournament to pull away and win the Overall Boys Championship by four shots over Justin Kim of Rome. Cordell faded with a final round of 81. The victory was Hall’s first of the year after several runner up finishes.
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Wyatt Worthington II Makes History at First 2016 PGA Tournament Series EventWorthington is believed to be the first African American to win a PGA Tournament Series event. Earlier this year, he became the second African American club professional to qualify for the PGA Championship. View More