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2017 Snake River Chapter Match Play Championship


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LUTHY LEADS BY ONE AFTER ROUND ONE OF THE SENIOR SECTION CHAMPIONSHIP

Playing golf in the shadow of the Grand Tetons in perfect conditions fit right in with Fred Luthy’s plans.  The PGA Assistant Professional at Teton Lakes Golf Course in Rexburg, Idaho, shot a first round 1-under-par, 71, to take a one shot lead over PGA Director of Instruction, Kevin Burton from Pierce Park Greens in Boise, Idaho.  

 

HENLEY AND SMALL ARE JUNIOR CHAMPIONS

Bailey Henley of Jerome, Idaho, used rounds of 75 and 76 to fire a two round total of 9-over-par, 151, to win the Rocky Mountain Section PGA Girls’ Junior Championship over defending champion Payton Fehringer of Pocatello, Idaho, by four shots.  On the boys’ side, J.R. Small from Bozeman, Mont., shot fine rounds of 68 and 74 to post an even par total of 142 to win the boys’ title by a single stroke over Sam Tidd of Meridian, Idaho.  This year’s championship was held at Bridger Creek Golf Course in Bozeman, Mont.

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HENLEY AND SMALL HOLD FIRST ROUND LEADS IN RMSPGA JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP

Bailey Henley of Jerome, Idaho, shot a first round 4-over-par, 75, to take a two shot lead over Payton Fehringer of Pocatello, Idaho, after the first round of the 2017 Rocky Mountain Section PGA Girls’ Junior Championship being conducted at Bridger Creek Golf Course in Bozeman, Mont.  On the Boys’ side, J.R. Small from Bozeman shot a terrific round of 3-under-par, 68, to seize a three shot lead over Caleb Trost of Billings, Mont.

 

DRIVE, CHIP & PUTT LOCAL QUALIFYING WINNERS FROM THE POWDER HORN

The weather on Father’s Day was ideal for the 53 children who attempted to qualify for the Drive, Chip & Putt sub-regional competition.  

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DRIVE, CHIP & PUTT QUALIFIER SENDS 24 KIDS TO THE NEXT LEVEL

Local Qualifying Event Held at Ridgecrest Golf Club Complete

A break in the weather was cause for thanks as more than 150 children took their best 9 swings to qualify for the next level of the Drive, Chip & Putt competition.  Twenty-four skilled players (12 girls and 12 boys) qualified to move on to the subregional competition to be held on August 1st at Rose Park  Golf Course in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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2017 RMSPGA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

The Rocky Mountain Section PGA Foundation has named fourteen scholarship recipients.

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LEE BROTHERS ARE 2017 PRO-PRO SHOOTOUT CHAMPIONS

Unseasonably perfect weather was the surprise this week as PGA Professional brothers Kelbi Lee, Assistant Professional from Black Bull in Bozeman, Mont., and Renzi Lee, Head Professional from Lake Hills Golf Club, in Billings, Mont., teamed together to fire a three round total of 19-under-par to win the 2017 TaylorMade-adidas, Ashworth Golf and Adams Golf Rocky Mountain Section PGA Pro-Pro Shootout, supported by The PGA TOUR, OMEGA and Bushnell Golf.

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THOMSEN & KAVRAN LEAD AFTER DAY 1 AT PRO-PRO SHOOTOUT

Sean Thomsen, PGA Assistant Professional at the tournament host facility Pinecrest Golf Course in Idaho Falls, Idaho, with his partner Kevin Kavran, assistant professional at Sand Creek Golf Course, also in Idaho Falls, shot rounds of 64 and 60 to take a single shot lead over the team of PGA Head Professional Brent Fleshman of Jackpot (Nev.) Golf Club and his partner Zayne Slotten, assistant professional at Twin Falls (Idaho) Golf Course in the 2017 TaylorMade-adidas, Ashworth Golf and Adams Golf Rocky Mountain Section PGA Pro-Pro Shootout, supported by The PGA TOUR, OMEGA and Bushnell Golf. 

 

2017 NATIONAL GOLF DAY

PGA TOUR’s Billy Hurley III to Attend National Golf Day 2017

Former U.S. Navy Lieutenant to Discuss How Game Supports the Military

(ST. AUGUSTINE, Florida) –WE ARE GOLF (WAG) – a coalition of the game’s leading associations and industry partners – today announces the PGA TOUR’s Billy Hurley III will attend National Golf Day's 10th anniversary on Wednesday, April 26 on Capitol Hill.

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LARRY MALONE SCHOLARSHIP PRO-AM RAISES $9,000

Adam Martens, PGA General Manager at The Club at SpurWing in Meridian, Idaho, shot a 5-under-par round of 66 to best a field of 28 professionals and their amateur teams in pleasant springtime conditions to win the 2017 National Car Rental RMSPGA Foundation Larry Malone Scholarship Pro-Am.

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ALLEN & MOORE HOLD ON TO WIN YELLOWSTONE CHAPTER PRO-PRO

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.

 
 
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