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Jones Near Perfect in Colorado Senior PGA Championship

Heritage Eagle Bend Golf Club | August 18-19, 2014

After the run Doug Rohrbaugh has been on the past few years it was going to near perfection to knock off the two-timedefending champion of the Colorado Senior PGA Professional Championship.  Gregg Jones, a PGA Instructor at Sand Creek Golf Course in Colorado Springs was just that, near perfect.
 
Jones carded 12 birdies and just one bogey over 36 holes to capture the 2014 Colorado Senior PGA Professional Championship on Tuesday, August 19, at Heritage Eagle Bend Golf and Country Club. 
 
“I played great this week,” Jones noted after the event.  “I have only played a few times over the past three months.  I guess I needed a little time away from the game.”
 
 
 
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Morton Leads at Halfway Point of National Car Rental Colorado PGA Assistant Championship

August 4-5, 2014 | The Ranch Country Club

Travis Morton, PGA Assistant Professional at Raccoon Creek Golf Club leads after the first round of the National Car Rental Colorado PGA Assistant Championship.  Morton, the 2013 Apprentice Player of the Year, played his front nine in rather mundane one-under-par 35.  It was on his second nine that he got things going by posting an eagle and two birdies to post a four-under-par 31 and a five-under-par 66.
 
“I played really well today,” Morton noted after his round.  “I think I missed two or three greens and when I did miss them, it wasn’t by much.”
 
Sitting in second place is Joe Brown, PGA Assistant Professional at Cherry Hills Country Club.  Brown posted a five-under-par 67, highlighted by an eagle two on the par-4 sixth hole. 
 

 

“I didn’t hit it great off the tee and had a 7-iron left into the green,” Brown commented after the round.  “I had to run it up onto the green because I had a downhill lie in the right rough.  When I hit it though, I thought it was going to be good.”
 

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Johnson Beats Heat to Win Greeley Country Club Scratch Pro Am

Greeley Country Club | July 21, 2014

There are hot summer days and then there are days like the one at the Greeley Country Club Scratch Pro Am presented by the Colorado Chevy Dealers. With temperatures reaching near 100 and with little to no wind, most players fought just to beat the heat. Chris Johnson stayed cool and fired a one-under-par 69 on the day to win the event.

Johnson, the PGA Director of Golf at The Pinery and The Club at Pradera posted four birdies and three bogies. “The key to winning was that I drove the ball very well”, Johnson noted after the event. “I hit 13 fairways and the (one) fairway I missed, I was a yard off into the rough which allowed me a lot of looks at the greens.”

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