Renzi Lee, PGA Head Professional at Lake Hills Golf Club in Billings, Mont., and PGA Head Professional Mark Hahn, from Exchange City Golf Course, won their respective flights and took home the hardware in the 2019 Yellowstone Chapter PGA Pro-Pro, supported by Bridgestone Golf, Cutter & Buck, OMEGA and The PGA TOUR.

The event was contested at the 6,168 yard Hilands Golf Club in Billings, Mont., on Monday and Tuesday, April 15th and 16th.  The format of play for the event was a scramble the first 18 holes, four-ball stroke play the second 18 holes, and modified alternate shot (Chapman) the final 18 holes.  Teams were formed from two flights for each round and the scores earned by each player were combined to create their three-round total to determine the two winners.  Lee won his flight with a 13-under-par 54-hole total of 200.  Jeff Allen, PGA Head Golf Coach at MSU-Billings, finished in second place with an 11-under-par, 101 total.  Hahn finished at 12-under-par and bested second place finisher Paul Bennett, assistant professional at Bridger Creek in Bozeman, Mont., by two shots.

The PGA members and associates of the Yellowstone Chapter thank Eddie Kavran, PGA Head Professional, and the Hilands Golf Club and its staff for hosting the event.  The Chapter also thanks Bridgestone Golf and representatives Matt Seare and Gary Spinelli of Bridgestone, Cutter & Buck and representative Andy Hollister, PGA, OMEGA and The PGA TOUR for their support of the event.

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