Newly elected PGA of America Member, Jeff Cammon, an Assistant PGA Professional from Sea Island Golf Club, won the Georgia PGA Professional Championship. The Championship was held May 6-7 in Savannah, GA at The Landings Golf & Athletic Club – Deer Creek Course and also served as a qualifier to compete in the 57th PGA Professional Championship in the spring of 2025. The qualifier had three spots available along with four alternate spots. The winner of the Georgia PGA Championship that will be held in late August at Sea Island Golf Club-Retreat Course, will also join the three qualifiers.

Cammon turned in a winning total of 3-under par, 141 but carded a 68 in his final round to get into a three-way playoff against back-to-back champion Chris Cartwright, PGA of America Head Professional from West Pines Golf Club and Todd Ormsby, PGA Director of Instruction of Canongate 1 who carded an impressive 8-under par final round. Ormsby eventually was eliminated in the 2nd playoff hole, but secured one of the three qualifying spots for the 2025 PGA Professional Championship being contested at PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, FL. Cammon and Cartwright went another two holes before Cammon was able to dethrone the back-to-back champion. Both claimed the other two spots for the 2025 Championship. For Cammon’s efforts, he earned the first-place check of $2,500.

The four alternate spots also went to a playoff to determine the order. That order is, PGA Head Professional, Jason McKinney of St. Marlo Country Club, PGA Director of Instruction, Pete Jones of Cherokee Town & Country Club, PGA Teaching Professional, Jacob Tilton of Ansley Golf Club, and PGA Director of Instruction, David Potts of The Country Club of The South.

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The National Championship brings together a field of 312 contestants representing the PGA of America’s 41 nationwide Sections. The PGA Professional Championship, carrying a $715,000 total purse this year, is broadcast (all four rounds) by Golf Channel. Following 36 holes of play, the field will be trimmed to the low 90 scorers and ties, and following 54 holes of play, the field will be trimmed to the low 70 scorers and ties.

The low 20 scorers in 2025 will earn berths into the 107th PGA Championship in May, at Quail Hollow Golf Club in Charlotte, NC.