ATLANTIS, Fla. – This weekend, the SFPGA Junior Championship Tour presented by The Honda Classic will hold event #4 at Indian Spring Country Club in Boynton Beach.  Indian Spring has become a regular stop for the SFPGA Junior Tour and this year’s field has created great excitement.

 The boys division will feature Championship tour standout Anthony Gabriele of Wellington.  Gabriele is coming off of back to back Championship tour wins at the Country Club of Coral Springs and Sandridge Golf Club.  Gabriele will have tough competition from Ryder Sutcliffe of Jupiter this week.  Sutcliffe has won the first two Challenge tour events of the year and is looking to make a name for himself on the Championship tour.

 The girls division will also include some strong competition. Mary Janiga of Wellington will look for her second straight win in the Girls division this week after taking home top honors at Championship event #3 at Sandridge Golf Club.  Another player to keep an eye on is Dana Williams of Boca Raton.  Williams, a rookie on the Championship tour, has been playing exceptionally well in her first few events. 

 This 36-hole, stroke play event will begin Saturday at 12:00 PM with tee times off #1.  Players will be re-paired on Sunday by low score and will start at 8:00 AM off #1 & #10.   Awards will be given to the first and second place winners in each age division (Boys/Girls 13-15, and 16-18) as well as to the overall boys and overall girls winner of the event on Sunday following play. All South Florida PGA Junior Tour events are ranked by the national Junior Golf Scoreboard ranking system.  Pairings are now available on the South Florida PGA website (

 Click HERE for complete pairings

 The SFPGA Junior Tour presented by The Honda Classic is a membership-based tour open to boys and girls ages 11-18 in South Florida with the aspirations and skill levels to compete at the High School and Collegiate level and features some of South Florida’s most talented junior golfers. The Junior Tour offers twenty-eight two day championship events for junior golfers in South Florida. The 25 events are divided between the Championship Tour, an invitational tour featuring extended yardages, and the Challenge Tour.

 The South Florida PGA Junior Tour is proudly presented by The Honda Classic and supported by Allianz Championship, Chiquita, Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company, Stack and Tilt Golf Academy at Club Med, Johnson & Wales University, Don Law Golf Academy, Palm Beach County Sports Commission, The Men’s Fun Group at Mirasol, and Titleist.

 The South Florida PGA Junior Tour, run under the South Florida PGA Foundation, is committed to its mission of keeping membership and tournament-related costs low while providing first-class quality golf at twenty-five championship courses throughout South Florida over the course of the entire Junior Tour season. 

 For more information on the Junior Tour and its respective Championship and Challenge tours, please visit the new South Florida PGA Junior Tour website at

 The South Florida PGA Foundation is a not-for-profit organization founded to support the South Florida community, with a focus on junior golf, education and scholarships, and charitable gifting.  The South Florida PGA Foundation falls under the direction of the of the South Florida PGA, a not-for-profit organization comprised of over 1,600 men and women PGA Professionals dedicated to growing participation in the game of golf.

Drive, Chip & Putt Comes to South Florida

Local qualifier registration for the Drive, Chip and Putt Championship is now open!

CLICK HERE to register for a Drive, Chip and Putt local qualifier.

The Drive, Chip, and Putt Championship is a national skills competition for boys and girls ages 7-15. The Drive, Chip and Putt Championship began in 2013 and is supported by the USGA, Augusta National, and The PGA of America.

 Girls and boys will compete against one another in three skill challenges: driving, chipping, and putting. Kids will be broken up based on the following age divisions: (7-9) (10-11) (12-13) (14-15). The Drive, Chip and Putt Championship is free for kids to compete in.

 All 41 sections of The PGA of America will host qualifiers to determine who will participate in the 2015 Drive, Chip and Putt Championship. There are three levels of qualifiers: local, sub-regional and regional. Those who qualify at the regional level will move onto the Drive, Chip and Putt Championship which will take place at Augusta National the Sunday prior to the Masters.

The South Florida PGA will host 4 local qualifiers and 1 sub-regional qualifier.

Friday, June 13

PGA Center for Golf Learning & Performance

Port St. Lucie

Wednesday, June 25

Opsrey Point Golf Course

Boca Raton

Wednesday, July 2

Stoneybrook GC of Estero


Tuesday, July 22

Plantation Preserve Golf Course


Sub-Regional Qualifier:

Thursday, August 7

PGA Center for Golf Learning & Performance

Port St. Lucie

 For questions about the South Florida PGA qualifiers, please contact:

Tori Stock

(561) 729-0544


MCKENNA & KEAN ARE VICTORIOUS AT BONITA BAY CLUB NAPLESNAPLES, FL – Sunday, April 6th twenty-two PGA and LPGA Professionals teed off in the 4th annual South Florida PGA Women’s Pro-Pro Championship supported Inspired Style by Spanner and The PGA Tour. This event was contested on the Sabal course at Bonita Bay Club Naples. 


Claiming victory in this eighteen hole better ball team event was PGA Professional Tara McKenna of the PGA Golf Management Program at Florida Gulf Coast University and LPGA Professional Laurel Kean of LaPlaya Beach and Golf Club.  Team McKenna and Kean fired an impressive 68, four under par to finish two shots ahead of their nearest competitor PGA Professional Eileen Kraemer of Lost Tree Club and LPGA Professional Michelle McGann. 


For complete results click here.