2017 Pro Pro Team Series

The Club at North Halton

The PGA of Ontario Pro Pro Team Series is one of the PGA of Ontario's most storied and sought after crowns. The list of past champions reads like a who's who of Canadian Golf. Past Champions include; Moe Norman, Al Balding, George Knudson, Bob Panasik, John Irwin, Gar Hamilton, Ken Tarling, Danny King and the list goes on. Contested at the picturesque Club at North Halton, the Pro / Pro is a team event that consists of two PGA of Ontario Professionals competing in a two person best ball.

DATE: May 15, 2017

FIELD: 64 Teams. If oversubscribed, the entries will be accepted on a first come first serve basis.

TEE TIMES: 11:00 a.m. Shot gun

FORMAT: This is an 18 hole better ball event

REGISTER BY: May 08, 2017

FEE PER PERSON: $254.25

  LEADERBOARD
  As Of May 6, 2008
  PLAYER NAME  
  No players have committed to this event yet  
   
   
   
   
   
 
PAST WINNERS
  YEAR PLAYER NAME  
  2016 Rob Moore & David Miller  
  2015 Jim Farrelly & Glen Kraemer  
  2014 Kevan Goble & Steve Rodriguez  
  2013 John White & Ken Tarling  
  2012 Rick Willan & Danny King  
   

News

05.16.2017
Smooth Sailing for McClure and French at 2017 Pro/Pro Team Series

May 16, 2017
 
GEORGETOWN, ON -- The start to the 2017 tournament season was dominated by weather early but the skies cleared up on Monday as fifty-four teams from across the zone all gathered in Georgetown, ON at the gorgeous Club at North Halton for the annual Pro/Pro Team Series. As one of the most highly contested events on the schedule, you need to go all the way back to 2008 to find a repeat winner, and back to 2005 to find Bob McClure and Brian French's name on the trophy. The duo were determined to get back to the winners circle and after a smooth round with "no mistakes at all really" they finished on top of the field with an 8-under 64 and their share of the $16,500 purse. 
 
"We had no issues at all out there", Bob McClure said after the round. "We made eight birdies with no bogeys...we made a couple key putts too." The pair, starting the shotgun on hole 7, were 4-under after six holes but knew that wouldn't be enough for the win. "Bob made a twenty-footer on our last hole for birdie," French added. "We felt pretty good about coming into the clubhouse at 8-under." 
 
McClure and French have been playing together in the Pro/Pro for over twenty years and after multiple second and third place finishes and a few lost playoffs in that span, they managed to get their second career Pro/Pro victory this week securing top spot by three shots. Bill Walsh and Chris Bevan (67), Brian McCann and David Banks (68), Bob Panasik and Danny King (68), and Bradlee Ryall and Ryan McBride (68) rounded out the top five. 
 
For full results and scores CLICK HERE.
 
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About the Pro/Pro Team Series: 
The PGA of Canada - Ontario Zone Pro/Pro Team Series is one of our most storied and sought after crowns. The list of past champions reads like a who's who of Canadian Golf. Past Champions include; Moe Norman, Al Balding, George Knudson, Bob Panasik, John Irwin, Gar Hamilton, Ken Tarling, Danny King and the list goes on. Contested at the picturesque Club at North Halton, the Pro / Pro is a team event that consists of two PGA of Ontario Professionals competing in a two person best ball.
 
About the PGA of Canada - Ontario Zone:
Founded in 1927, the roughly 1300 men and women who belong to the PGA of Canada - Ontario Zone are located at 350 facilities throughout the province, and have chosen the game of golf as a career, promoting the game each and every day to Ontario's 1.2 million golfers. The organization builds programs to train and educate golf professionals to learn and adapt to the ever changing industry. This includes various teaching workshops, accreditation programs and industry seminars, each designed to help ensure that golf professionals remain current within the golf industry and are able to provide the expertise expected of them in their day to day functions. PGA of Canada Members in Ontario work in a number of capacities within the golf industry ranging from administrators, chief operating officers, teachers, sales representatives, expert club fitters, tournament directors, special event coordinators and tireless promoters of the game.

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