100th PGA Annual Meeting: November 9th - 11th, 2016
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Dennis Colligan Captures the Central NY PGA Professional Championship
Colligan Earns Berth In 50th PGA Professional Championship
Jamesville, NY, August 23rd 2016 – Dennis Colligan of Cazenovia Golf Club, winner of the Central New York PGA Professional Championship, August 22nd & 23rd at Seven Oaks GC will lead four Section PGA Professionals to compete in the 50th PGA Professional Championship, June 25-28, 2017, at Sunriver Resort in Sunriver, Oregon.
Colligan turned in a winning total of +3 (147) to capture the Central New York PGA Professional Champion title. Mark Tucker of Cazenovia Golf Club and Michelle Murphy of Oswego Country Club finished runner-up, at +4 (148). They are joined by Michael Deuel of En-Joie Golf Club.
Deuel was tied with Jeff Reader, Cavalry Club at the completion of play however Deuel prevailed in a sudden death playoff on the 18th hole to capture the fourth and final spot.
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Joe Tesori, PGA Named PGA of America Bill Strausbaugh Award Recipient
Our very own Joe Tesori, PGA will be receiving the National PGA Bill Strausbaugh Award at the 100th PGA Annual Meeting, November 9th in New York City. The PGA Bill Strausbaugh Award bestows special recognition on a PGA Golf Professional, who personally displays outstanding integrity, character and leadership through a commitment to mentoring and making significant impacts on the careers of PGA Professionals. In the spirit of the award, “mentoring” is defined as “supporting professionals to manage their own development so they can maximize their PGA career potential. The PGA mentor empowers, enables, advises, challenges, and encourages professionals to enhance their professional skills, strengthen their level of service, improve their work performance, and become the PGA Member that they aspire to be.” This is a tremendous honor for Joe, his family and all of those who he has inspired and guided along the way.
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