Quail Valley Golf Club in Vero Beach held its annual Quail Valley Pro-Am today with proceeds benefitting the South Florida PGA Foundation. Together the 104 amateurs and professional golfers from south Florida raised over $6,500.
Teams were comprised of one Professional and one amateur with contests being held in the net, gross and professional divisions.
First place in the Gross Division went to Lee Stroever, PGA and his amateur Gary Pohrer with 45 points, edging out the second-place finishers Alexandra Jacobsen and John Picket by one point.
PGA Professional Ken Duke and Richard Bradley took home first place in the Net Division, scoring 54 points and also winning by one over David Champagne and Scott Bayman.
Along with the team competition, Ryan Leahey, PGA Assistant Golf Professional at the Lost Tree Club earned 40 points to be named Low Professional of the event.
This event marked the Seventh Annual Pro-Am at Quail Valley to raise funds for the South Florida PGA Foundation and the programs it administers, including, Habitat for Humanity, Smiling Fore Life, PGA HOPE, Scholarships, Charitable Gifting and Junior Golf.
The event was supported by Tire Kingdom, Galvin Green, Signature Golf, Heritage Creations and FLAGD. Click here
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