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Christopher Stanko, PGA and Chris Shultz Win 2019 Pro-Superintendent
August 23rd 2019 - |
Kent Graham, PGA and Charl Fouche win Net Division
ATLANTIS, FL – Christopher Stanko, PGA and Superintendent Chris Shultz of Banyan Golf Club of Palm Beach take home the 2019 Textron/E-Z-GO Pro-Superintendent, supported by Antigua and Ranger Ready Repellent after shooting 14-under 58 today at Broken Sound Golf Club – Old Course.
Stanko and Shultz were powered by a four-under effort to close out both the back and front side. Carding a 30 on the front after birdies on six, seven, eight and nine and coming in with a 28 on the back, fueled by an eagle on 16 and birdies on 17 and 18.
The duo from Banyan Golf Club were followed closely by a pair of 12-under groups, Jared Issacs, PGA and Steve Bernard of Adios Golf Club and Patrick Rada, PGA and Thomas Barrett of McArthur Golf Club.
Additionally, Kent Graham, PGA and Charl Fouche of Broken Sound Golf Club won the Net Division with 55.8 strokes.
The SFPGA Pro-Superintendent is played in teams of two where one player is a South Florida PGA Professional and the second is a Superintendent at the same facility. Teams played 18-holes in a scramble format to determine the winner of the Gross Division.
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