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Annual Meeting/Education Seminar Success – Don Meadows, PGA Elected 20th President of the South Florida PGA

From Roger Mooney with Zurich to Brad Steele with the National Club Association, over 80 SFPGA Professionals had the opportunity to hear valuable information about risk management and regulatory issues relating to PGA members and their facilities.  Roger provided those in the room with examples of real life situations that have occurred at local golf facilities, and how they have been handled, while Brad brought some humor to the room helping everyone und erstand how things happening in Washington DC affect the golf industry.  Thanks to both of them for sharing their time and knowledge.     Immediately following the seminar, the Annual Meeting of the Membership was held with over 200 in attendance. During the meeting PGA Professional Don Meadows was elected as the 20th President of the South Florida PGA.  Meadows is the Director of Golf at Quail Valley Golf Club in Vero Beach and previously served as Secretary of the Association from 2013-2015 and Vice President from 2015-2017. Thank you to our other officers as they start their new role; Mark VanDyck, Honorary President, Karl Bublitz, Vice President, and newly elected Secretary, Scott Kirkwood.    Thanks to Weston Hills Country Club and PGA General Manager, Jason Waters hosting the event, and thanks to all those who attended.  

By | 2017-06-20T18:29:08+00:00 June 20th, 2017|0 Comments

PGA HOPE Charity Event Raises Over $40,000 to Support the Program

Atlantis, FL – Today at Lost Tree Club in North Palm Beach the South Florida PGA Foundation hosted the 2nd Annual PGA HOPE Charity Event in an effort to raise funds to support local veterans through the game of golf and the SFPGA PGA HOPE program.  PGA HOPE (helping our patriots everywhere) is a program affording local veterans with an opportunity to learn the game of golf as a form of therapy and assimilation back into civilian life.  This year over 200 veterans will go through a six week golf instruction program administered by the SFPGA Foundation and local PGA Professionals.   The event today opened up with a presentation of the colors from the Junior ROTC at Palm Beach Gardens High School.  On the golf course during throughout the event, were two veterans who have participated in the PGA HOPE program previously.   They provided the golfers with a special challenge coin, and shared their stories about how this program has changed their lives.   “This was such an amazing day, and I am just humbled to have had the opportunity to go through the PGA HOPE program.  It has gotten me through some very hard times over the past year, and I am extremely grateful,” stated a PGA HOPE participant/veteran (name anonymous).   This event would not have been possible without the support of partners Delta G Ventures, Raymond James, Jupiter Medical, SBC, Rocco’s Tacos, JetSmarter, Tito’s and Titleist.  Through the participants and the partners who supported the event over $40,000 was raised and will help impact the lives of more veterans here in south Florida.   ABOUT THE SFPGA FOUNDATION The South Florida PGA Foundation is a not-for-profit organization founded to support the [...]

By | 2017-05-22T10:29:58+00:00 May 19th, 2017|0 Comments

Lee Rinker, PGA is our 2017 South Florida Senior Open Champion

JUPITER (May 12, 2016) – Lee Rinker, PGA Director of Golf at Emerald Dunes Club feels when he plays his best, he’s just about unbeatable.      Fact is, Rinker won the South Florida PGA Senior Open Presented by Jani King on Friday without playing his best.       Despite playing the par-5's at Jonathan’s Landing’s at Old Trail at 3-over par, Rinker shot a 3-under 69 to win by two over former PGA Tour winner Trevor Dodds and Rick Gomes, PGA Teaching Professional at Trump National Golf Club.      Rinker led by four shots after eight holes and by three after 14, but found himself tied with Gomes with three holes to play after making a double bogey on the par-5 15th. Rinker then rolled in a 20-foot birdie at the par-3 16th hole to take sole possession of the lead for good.      Rinker finished at 9-under 135 to win the South Florida Senior Open for the second time. He also won the 2012 championship at Old Trail.       “I didn’t play my best coming in, but I hit a good shot at 16 and made the putt,” said Rinker, a Jupiter resident and the PGA Director of Golf at Emerald Dunes Club in West Palm Beach. “It’s not often I win when I hit a chili dip on one hole and lay the sod over on another hole.”        Rinker said he “hit one of the worst shots I’ve hit in my life at 15” (from 88 yards, he hit a wedge about 50 yards into the water), but he offset the mistakes with six birdies. Rinker earned $1,500 for the win.       “I changed equipment and I’ve had some problems hitting my wedges,” [...]

By | 2017-05-12T15:51:27+00:00 May 12th, 2017|0 Comments
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