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2014 Colorado PGA Fall Meeting

Heritage Eagle Bend Golf Club | Tuesday, October 7, 2014

The Colorado PGA held their annual Fall Membership Meeting on Tuesday, October 7, 2014.  In addition to the Year in Review and normal Section Business, the following documents were discussed and presented.

 

2015 Colorado PGA Tournament Schedule (tentative)

 

2015 Colorado PGA Education Calendar (some dates subject to change)

 

2015 Colorado PGA Spring Golf in Schools Application (due Nov 15, 2014)

 

2015 West Chapter Awards Nomination Form (due November 14, 2014)

 

2015 Colorado PGA Awards Nomination Form (due February 20, 2015)

 

Colorado PGA Taking on Sun Country PGA in 2014 Taylor Cup

 Every other year the Colorado PGA and the Sun Country PGA come together to compete in the Taylor Cup.  Named in honor of J.D. Taylor, a PGA Professional who spent time working in both Sections, the event brings together 14 PGA Professionals in a Ryder Cup style event.  The first day includes Fouball and Foursome matches with the final round consisting of Singles matches.

 

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2014 Awards Gala Registration

 

 

October Issue of Colorado PGA Pro Peaks Newsletter Released

October 1, 2014

Take a moment to check out the October issue of the Colorado PGA Pro Peaks Newsletter.  This month we recap the highlight Ben Welsh, PGA the newly elected Colorado PGA Secretary, preview our Fall Meeting, and much more!

 

Rohrbaugh Does it Again!

Todd Creek Golf Club | September 8-10, 2014

 

Merriam-Webster defines impressive as deserving attention, admiration, or respect. That definition could not be more fitting of Doug Rohrbaugh and his golf game over the past year and a half and this past week was no different. Rohrbaugh defended his title and won the 2014 Colorado PGA Professional Championship at Todd Creek Golf Club by posting a twelve-under-par 204.

Over the past two years, the PGA Head Professional at Ironbridge Golf Club in Carbondale has strung together results that would rival anyone in Colorado’s illustrious golf history. Since turning 50, Rohrbaugh has won the HealthONE Colorado Senior Open, finished second the in HealthONE Colorado Open, played in multiple major championships and has now won two Colorado PGA Professional Championships.

The key for Rohrbaugh, like has been much of his run, has been his putter. “I putted so well this week” he noted after the event. “I had 24 or 25 putts each of the first two rounds and it really put me in good position.”

 

 

 

 

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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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Colorado PGA Membership Directory Available Online

Each year the Colorado PGA produces a Membership Directory that is available at the Spring Membership Meeting.  In an effort to keep you updated in a more timely manner, PGA Members can now access an updated Colorado PGA Membership Directory that is updated on a quarterly basis.  

 

A printed directory will still be available at each Spring Membership Meeting.

 

To access the Directory, please click here to login to the Member-only side of the website.

 
 

PGA National News

PGA of America Announces Ryder Cup Task Force

The 11-member Ryder Cup Task Force is comprised of past Captains, players and PGA of America leadership. View More

Martin Kaymer Captures PGA Grand Slam of Golf

Kaymer rallied from a two-stroke deficit late in the final round to defeat Bubba Watson, making a birdie putt on the first sudden death hole. View More