Jeff Allen, PGA Assistant Professional at Hilands Golf Course in Billings, Montana, with partner Tim Moore, PGA Teaching Professional at Mitchell Golf in Billings, won the 2017 Yellowstone Chapter PGA Pro-Pro, supported by Black Clover, OMEGA and The PGA TOUR.  Allen and Moore finished with a 54-hole total of 7-under-par, 206.  Three teams tied for second a single stroke behind at 6-under-par 207. Those two-person second place teams were Brian Eekhoff, PGA Head Professional at Cottonwood Hills Golf Course in Bozeman, Montana and Bernie Blan, PGA Head Professional at Riverton (Wyoming) Country Club; Renzi Lee, PGA Head Professional at Lake Hills Golf Course in Billings and Jonathan McAleer, PGA Head Professional at Bridger Creek Golf Course in Bozeman; and Kelbi Lee, PGA Assistant Professional and Michael Duquette, PGA General Manager at Black Bull in Bozeman.


The event was contested on the 6138 yard Hilands Golf Club in Billings, Montana, on Monday and Tuesday, April 10th and 11th.  The formats of play for the event included a scramble the first 18 holes, four-ball stroke play the second 18 holes, and modified alternate shot (Chapman) the final 18 holes.


The Yellowstone Chapter thanks Doug Hagen, PGA General Manager, Eddie Kavran, PGA Head Professional, and the Hilands Golf Club and its staff for hosting the event.  The Chapter also thanks Black Clover and representative Lori Putnam, PGA, OMEGA and The PGA TOUR for their support of the event.