PGA of America Scholarship Applications to be Available Beginning in November 2018
Apply for National and Section Scholarships Through Same Process
The PGA of America Scholarship program will begin accepting applications on November 16, 2018 for the 2019-2020 school year. The scholarship program provides financial assistance to the children and grandchildren of PGA Members.
The Colorado PGA Scholarship program mirrors the national program. To apply for a Colorado PGA Scholarship, please fill out the application for the National program. The same information will be used when awarding scholarships at the Section level.
The deadline to apply for both scholarships is March 4, 2019.
Colorado Section Honors Veteran While Receiving 2018 Herb Graffis Award
On Thursday, November 8, the Colorado Section was awarded the Herb Graffis Award. What a proud day for the Colorado PGA and Colorado PGA REACH when all of our efforts were showcased in front of the entire leadership of the PGA of America. At the conclusion of his acceptance speech, Honorary President Ty Thompson, in partnership with the Military Warriors Support Foundation, presented the keys to a Mortgage Free Home to Retired Army Specialist David Beck and his wife Heidi!!!
Overwhelmed Patrick Reidy Takes Home Section Trophy
The Section Championship was a tournament of firsts beginning with the crowning of a first-time champion – PGA Assistant Professional Patrick Reidy, Inverness Golf Club.View More
Colorado Membership Recipients of Herb Graffis Award
Recognized for its tireless dedication towards growing the game of golf and furthering player development, both in its community and on a national level, through the enrichment of its many successful programs, it was announced today that the Colorado PGA Section is the recipient of the 2018 Herb Graffis Award. The Herb Graffis Award is a sought-after honor among the PGA of America Sections.
Lanting Claims Biggest Win of Young Career at National Car Rental Colorado Assistant PGA Professional Championship
Bear Creek GC Associate Professional Finishes Birdie-Birdie to Claim Title
(Aurora, Colo.) - Ben Lanting had the cards stacked against him going into the final round of the National Car Rental Colorado Assistant PGA Professional Championship on Tuesday, July 31. If Lanting, an Associate Professional from Bear Creek Golf Club in Lakewood, Colo. was going to win, he’d have to take down two of the most decorated champions of the event. After posting an opening round one-under-par 71, Lanting was tied with four-time champion Geoff Keffer, PGA Assistant Professional from the Greater Golf Development Center. He was also going to have to make up three strokes over three-time champion Caine Fitzgerald, PGA Assistant Professional at Meadow Hills Golf Course.View More