The South Florida PGA began the 2021 season with the Pro-Lady at Fort Lauderdale Country Club today, supported by Srixon/Cleveland/XIXO/ASICS, Prize Possessions and Lincoln.
The event welcomed teams of one South Florida PGA Professional and three amateur women from golf facilities across south Florida, competing in a team event, two best ball of four with the amateurs receiving 85 percent of their handicap as per USGA recommendation.
Additionally, the SFPGA Professionals competed for Low Professional honors with Jeff Waber, PGA of the Broken Sound Club – Old Course scoring the honors after firing a 66.
For the team score, Joseph DeMino, PGA, Lori Israel, Wendy Fermon and Betty Wolk from Gleneagles Country Club in Delray shot a 124 team total to beat the field by four strokes. DeMino paced his team with five birdies.
The South Florida PGA Pro-Lady is the first event on the SFPGA schedule and will kick start a summer of events for PGA Professionals across south Florida to compete.
Partners Srixon/Cleveland/XIXO/ASICS, Prize Possessions and Lincoln were on-site at the event to award prizes to amateurs for closest-to-the-hole and longest drive.