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Drive, Chip & Putt Sub-Regionals

The Georgia PGA will conduct two Drive, Chip and Putt Sub-Regionals, where those who have qualified will compete for a chance to move on to the next round. Information on each event is listed below:

Sunday, July 30, 2017 - The Landings Club (Deer Creek)  View Tee Times

Saturday, August 19, 2017 - Augusta Country Club 
Tee Times coming soon


Skinner Captures Second Georgia Senior PGA Professional Title

Sonny Skinner PGA life member from Sylvester won the Georgia Senior PGA Professional Championship at Pinetree Country Club and will lead five Section PGA Professionals to compete September 28 - October 1, 2017 in the 29th Senior PGA Professional National Championship.


Amateur Haigwood Claims Georgia Women's Open

Noted amateur Jessica Haigwood of Roswell carded a final round of 3-under par 69 for a championship total of 3-under par 141 to win the Georgia Women’s Open conducted at Pinetree Country Club in Kennesaw by two shots over PGA apprentice Lacey Fears of Idle Hour Club in Macon.


Amateur Erik Martin Wins The Championship at Berkeley Hills C.C.

Amateur Erik Martin of Alpharetta won the eighth annual The Championship at Berkeley Hills Country Club presented by Bridgestone and Ahead by two shots over Anthony Cordes, a PGA apprentice from Cherokee Town & Country Club.  This marks the fifth straight year that an amateur has captured the title.


Amateur Larkin Cruises to Yamaha Atlanta Title

Owen Wins Low Professional

Wyatt Larkin, a rising red-shirt junior at Kennesaw State University, captured the Yamaha Atlanta Open presented by Bushnell/Bolle, Camelback, and Levelwear at Echelon Golf Club in Alpharetta.  Larkin, a native of Morganton, carded a final round of one-under par 71 for a two-day total of five-under par 139 to claim the Lyman R. Hunter trophy and low amateur honors as well.  He is the first amateur to claim the title since Cory Griffin in 2013.

Larkin began the day two strokes behind first round leader PGA apprentice Chris Nicol of the Georgia Golf Center in Roswell.  Larkin carded a two-under par outward nine of 34 while Nicol carded a two-over par 38.  With birdies at the 4th and 7th hole, Larkin took the lead for good.  Both Nicol and nine-time Georgia PGA Player of the Year, Tim Weinhart from Heritage Golf Links in Norcross both made charges, but fell up short after both players made double bogeys on the par 5 14th hole. 


Kate Owens, Beck Burnette Win 2017 Georgia Junior PGA Championship

Kate Owens of Suwanee and Beck Burnette of Blairsville won the 2017 Georgia Junior PGA Championship held on Monday-Tuesday, June 5-6 at Cartersville Country Club in Cartersville.

By winning the Georgia Girls and Boys Junior PGA Championship respectively, Owens and Burnette qualified for the 42nd Junior PGA Championship at The Country Club of St. Albans in St. Albans, Missouri. The Girls Junior PGA Championship will be held from July 18-21, 2017, with the Boys Junior PGA Championship following from July 31-August 3, 2017.


Duo of Reeves and Griffin Capture Club Car Pro-Assistant Championship

Eric Reeves, head PGA Professional, and J.P. Griffin, assistant PGA apprentice, from Capital City Club in Atlanta took top honors in the Club Car Pro-Assistant Championship presented by Mobile Pro Shop, which was conducted at Athens Country Club.

The Capital City Club team combined for thirteen birdies and an eagle to shoot 93 (15-under par) to win by a shot over the team of PGA head professional, Reeves and PGA teaching professional Todd Peterson also from the Capital City Club in Atlanta.  In this format, the head professional is allowed to partner with multiple assistant professionals from their facility.


DripFusion Named Title Sponsor of the Georgia Open

The Georgia Section, PGA of America and wellness and nutrition company DripFusion have entered into an agreement in which DripFusion will be the title sponsor of the 2017 and 2018 Georgia Open with options for future years.  As part of the agreement, the state open will now be called The DripFusion Georgia Open powered by PRO-IV and presented by GasSouth and E-Z-GO.