Four Colorado PGA Professionals will battle today for the 2015 Colorado PGA Match Play Championship presented by the PGA Tour and Sterling Cut Glass. In the first semi-final matches, Eric Bradley, PGA Assistant Professional at Eagle Ranch Golf Club will take on Chris Johnson, PGA Director of Golf at The Pinery Country Club. In the other match, Caine Fitzgerald, PGA Assistant Professional at Meadow Hills Golf Course will take on Barry Milstead, PGA Head Professional at Valley Country Club.
The finals and consolation match will follow the semi-finals with an expected start time of 12:30pm.
Keffer Overcomes Voska to Win West Chapter Championship Victory
Geoff Keffer, PGA Assistant Professional at Aurora Hills Golf Course made the long trek to the Colorado PGA West Chapter Championship presented by Colorado Golf and Turf, Greg Norming – DUNNING and Woodbridge Realty to win the championship for the first time on Tuesday, September 22, 2015. Keffer rode the momentum of a brand new putter to post back to back rounds of four-under-par 68 for a 36-hole total of 8-under-par 136.
Rohrbaugh Wins Third Consecutive Colorado PGA Professional Championship
The list of players to have won three Colorado PGA Professionals Championships is a short; Ken Krieger and Ron Vlosich are the only two players to have done so. Doug Rohrbaugh, PGA Director of Golf at Ironbridge Golf Club took a huge step to adding his name to that last after he fired his second consecutive three-under-par 69 during the second round of the Colorado PGA Professional Championship.
Smigelsky Posts Comeback Victory at 2015 Colorado Senior PGA Professional Championship
August 17-18, 2015
Playing from behind can have its’ advantages and disadvantages. Knowing that your play can put the pressure on those in the lead can be a huge advantage. The pressure to dig deep and make up ground can be stifling and a huge disadvantage. Dale Smigelsky felt both during the final round of the 2015 Colorado Senior PGA Professional Championship but came out on top as he posted a come-from-behind victory. Smigelsky, the PGA Head Professional at Collindale Golf Course in Ft. Collins posted a two-day total of three-under-par 139 to edge a pack of players four strong.
“I played pretty strong today and didn’t really make any errors,” Dale said of his strong play. “This course really sets up well for me being a little shorter but it also played tough with the wind picking up throughout the day.”