This week Alan Morin, PGA Assistant Golf Professional at The Falls Country Club in Lake Worth will compete in the 2017 Puerto Rico Open at Cocoa Beach Golf & Country Club. Morin earned a spot in the tournament by winning the SFPGA Professional Championship/Section Championship for a record fifth time. He won by three shots firing a three day total of 10-under 206 at Wyndemere Country Club and Quail Creek Country Club. Morin also won the 2016 South Florida PGA OMEGA Player of the Year, a title he has been named nine times. We wish Alan the best of luck; click here to follow his progress throughout the tournament.
ATLANTIS, Fla. – Today, the South Florida PGA Junior Prep Tour presented by The Honda Classic held the second Prep Tour Event of the 2017 season at Sandhill Crane Golf Club. This event featured a full field of 72 players aging from 9-18 years old. With amazing weather, outstanding course conditions, and a competitive field of players, seven individuals went home with a win. Eric Nguyen of Pembroke Pines took home the boys 9-10 age division with an even par round of 72. West Palm Beach native Michael Nardone took runner-up for the boys 9-10 age division with a 1-over par 73. Dalton Payne of Estero took home the boys 11-12 age division with a 5-over par 77. Boca Raton native Reed Greyserman was runner-up in the boys 11-12 age division with a 6-over par 78. Roger Serrano of Port St. Lucie captured the boys 13-18 age division with a 5-over par 77. Jupiter native Stephen Wiseman took home runner-up for the boys 13-18 age division with a 7-over par 79. Morgan Rodriguez of Delray Beach captured the girls 9-10 age division with a 5-over par 77. Boca Raton native Kayla Bryant took home the runner-up spot in the girls 9-10 age division with a 7-over par 79. Rachel Gomez of Pembroke Pines took home the girls 11-12 age division with a 7-over par 79. Loxahatchee native Christina Lee Marcellus was the runner-up for girls 11-12 age division with an 8-over par 80. Amanda Harper of Jupiter won the girls 13-18 age division with an 88. Davie native Morgan Herring took home runner-up in girls 13-18 age division with a 92. Click here for full results. The South Florida PGA Junior Prep Tour is [...]
PGA HOPE (helping our patriots everywhere) is a golf program for all military Veterans, designed to enhance their rehabilitation and assimilation back into society. PGA HOPE provides all Veterans with free golf instruction taught by local PGA Professionals. Today, Coral Oaks Golf Course in Cape Coral kicked off the first PGA HOPE Program of 2017. Seventeen veterans will participate in the program. PGA Professionals Allen Manguson, Ron Howell and Jim Dunn are all instructors of the program in addition to LPGA Professional Terrie Weisse. This spring, PGA HOPE will have programs at First Tee Miami, Alico Family Golf (Fort Myers), and West Palm Beach. Since this program started in 2015, over 90 local veterans have participated in PGA HOPE. The spring schedule for PGA HOPE includes: Coral Oaks Golf Course: Wednesdays, March 1 – April 5 Alico Family Golf: Mondays, March 13 – April 24 First Tee Miami: Wednesdays, April 19 – May 24 West Palm Beach – TBD If you are interested in in being a part of the PGA HOPE Program in south Florida, please contact Tori Stock at email@example.com