Geoff Keffer, PGA Assistant Professional at Aurora Hills Golf Course, the two-time defending champion of the National Car Rental Colorado Assistant Professional Championship has a two-stroke lead after the first round. Keffer, who fired a six-under-par 66, is looking to post his third victory in a row and fourth overall in the Championship.
The strong play exhibited by Keffer isn’t anything new this season. He is coming off a t-12 finish at the HealthONE Colorado Open and posted strong finishes in the 2015 PGA Professional National Championship and the Wyoming Open. “The way I have been playing lately, in Philadelphia (at the Professional National Championship), at the Wyoming Open and at the Colorado Open, I finally trust that being me and playing my normal game is really good!” he said of his recent play. “I don’t have to try and force anything to be my best.”
The Country Club at Castle Pines Hosting Drive, Chip & Putt
July 27, 2015
252 juniors will compete in the final Drive, Chip & Putt local qualifier of 2015 on Monday, July 27, 2015 at The Country Club at Castle Pines. They are competing in boys and girls divisions in four different age groups, all trying to earn a spot in the Sub-Regional Qualifier to be held at CommonGround Golf Course on August 30, 2015.
Sharamitaro Runs Away With Stroke Play Championship presented by Masek Golf Cars of Colorado and PGA Tour
For being his first victory in a major professional tournament, Blake Sharamitaro definitely acted like he had done it before when he ran away with victory at the Colorado PGA Stroke Play Championship. Sharamitaro, a PGA Assistant Professional at Lake Arbor Golf Course in Arvada posted a two-round total of eleven under-par 133 on Monday, July 13, 2015 on the Dunes Course at Riverdale Golf Club.
Krantz & Jordaan Crowned Overall Winners of the Colorado PGA Junior Championship
Both advance on to the PGA Junior Championship in Bryan, TX
Windsor’s Cole Krantz and Cherry Hills Village native Caroline Jordaan won the two-day Colorado PGA Junior Championship Presented by Under Armor and Genesis Networks on Friday, July 10 at Indian Tree Golf Club. Each will advance on to the 40th PGA Junior Championship held at Miramount Country Club in Bryan, TX on August 3-6, 2015.
Wroblewski Storms to CoolCore Powered by Imperial Pro Am Victory
If the weather in Colorado so far this year has taught us anything, it’s to expect the unexpected. On a day full of thick haze, rain and unseasonably cool temperatures, Ryan Wroblewski posted the first win of his young playing career on Monday, July 6, 2015 at the Coolcore Powered by Imperial Pro Am at the Club at Pradera in Parker, Colorado. Wroblewski, a PGA Assistant Professional at The Pinery Country Club, fired a six-under-par 66, highlighted by five birdies in his first six holes, to post a two-shot victory.
presented by Masek Golf Cars, the PGA Tour, Antigua, and Fairway Promotions
Regardless of the event format or the team makeup, Graham Cliff seems to have a knack for finding his way to the top of the leaderboard this year. Cliff, the PGA Head Professional at Colorado Golf Club has finished first or tied for first in four of seven events and has posted top-5 finishes in all but one start. It should come as no surprise then that Cliff partnered with Erik Billinger and Dan Augustine to win the 2015 Pro-Pro-Pro Championship presented by Masek Golf Cars, the PGA Tour, Antigua, and Fairway Promotions.
Cliff Leads Team to Victory at National Car Rental Pro Am Series
John Wooden, the famed UCLA basketball coach once said that “winning takes talent, to repeat takes character.” Graham Cliff, the PGA Head Professional at Colorado Golf Club and his team must certainly have character as they won the National Car Rental Pro Am Series (Pro-Lady Championship) for the second year in a row on June 8, 2015. Cliff led his team of Michelle Carroll, Traci Brady, and Sara Kellogg to an impressive 32-under-par 110 in the two-low-net shamble format.