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.”
Keffer Posts Three-Peat Victory at National Car Rental Assistant Professional Championship
Omne trium perfectum; that’s Latin for “everything that comes in threes is perfect.” That phrase resonated loud with Geoff Keffer after he posted his third-consecutive victory in the National Car Rental Colorado Assistant Professional Championship. Keffer, an Assistant Professional at Aurora Hills Golf Course posted an eight-under-par 136 for a two-stroke victory on Tuesday, August 4, 2015 at Murphy Creek Golf Course.
“This feels awesome!” Keffer energetically stated after the championship concluded. “It was tough down the stretch; I tried to give away the three-peat, but it feels great to have won.”
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.