Quail Valley Golf Club in Vero Beach hosted 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 $12,000, doubling the amount from last year.
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 Sal Stallone and his amateur Bill Mallon with 56 points, edging out the second-place finishers Alastair MacKenzie, PGA and Matt Lindahl by two points.
PGA Professional Nick Marcoaldi, PGA and Nicholas Susi took home first place in the Net Division, scoring 55 points to edge out David Champagne, PGA and Scott Bayman by one.
Along with the team competition, Justin Hicks of the Don Law Golf Academy and Tyler Collet, PGA of John’s Island Club earned 47 points apiece tie as Low Professionals for the event.
This event marked the eighth 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 presented by Tire Kingdom and supported by Leupold Golf, Athalonz, Heritage Creations and Signature Golf.