Friday, February 12, 2016

Local club pros prepare for PGA of America national championship

Thirteen club professionals from the Philadelphia area will compete in the PGA Professional National Championship beginning Sunday in Seaside, Calif.

Local club pros prepare for PGA of America national championship


The PGA Professional National Championship, the biggest tournament of the year for club professionals, starts Sunday at Bayonet and Black Horse Golf Courses in Seaside, Calif.

Thirteen members of the Philadelphia Section PGA are among the contestants in the 312-player field for the 72-hole tournament which ends Wednesday.

The top 20 finishers will qualify for the PGA Championship, which will be held in August on the Ocean Course in Kiawah Island, S.C.

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The Philadelphia area players competing are:

  John Appleget, Dorothy, N.J. (Wildwood Golf and Country Club)

  John Bierkan, Devon (Aronimink Golf Club)

  Sean Driscoll, Sewell, N.J. (Big Swing Golf Center)

  George Forster, Blue Bell (Radnor Valley Country Club)

  Jakob Gerney, Mantua, N.J. (Trump National-Philadelphia)

  Stu Ingraham, Newtown Square (M-Golf Range)

  Brian Kelly, Lewisburg (Bucknell Golf Club)

  Chris Krueger, Rehoboth Beach, Del. (Kings Creek Country Club)

  John Pillar, Hawley (Country Club of Woodloch Springs)

  Brendon Post, Lincoln University, Pa. (no affiliation)

  David Quinn, Marlton, N.J. (Links Country Club)

  Bill Sautter, Ocean City, N.J. (Philadelphia Cricket Club)

  Rich Steinmetz, Gilbertsville (Spring Ford Country Club)

--Joe Juliano


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