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Guy Boros Wins Naples Beach Club Senior Open Supported by Jani King
October 13th 2019 - NAPLES, FL – Guy Boros, PGA Retired Member took home the Naples Beach Club Senior Open, supported by Jani King played this weekend October 11th-13th at the Naples Beach Club.
 
Over 100 senior golfers from south Florida for 54-holes of stroke play, consisting of both PGA Professionals and amateurs.
 
Boros wire-to-wire victory began with an opening 66 and a second-day 69. A 72 today in the final round help Boros edge out Mike San Fillipo, PGA Life Member (70- 70-69, 209) and Hiroshi Matsuo, PGA Instructor at Dye Preserve Golf Club (66-71-72, 209). Joe Shaktman was low amateur with a three-day total of 215.
 
Along with Boros, Ed Humenik, PGA of Lost Tree Club carded low individual honors in the 60-69 Division, Jay Horton, PGA won the 70-74 Division and Roger Kennedy took home the 75+ Division.
 
Humenik shot a three-under 68 in the final round to edge out Tim Miller, PGA General Manager at Vanderbilt Country Club by two strokes and Horton ran away with the 70-74 Division title after carding all three rounds in the 60s for a three-day total 204, nine under par.
 
The Naples Beach Club Senior Open is one of several tournaments the South Florida PGA administers each year for PGA Professionals and golfers alike and was open to PGA Professionals aged 50 and over. Click here to see the full leaderboard.
 
About the South Florida PGA
The South Florida Section of the PGA of America is an association of golf professionals whose mission is to promote interest, participation and enjoyment in the game of golf; establish and maintain professional standards or practice; and enhance the well-being of golf professionals.
 
Approximately 1,830 members and apprentices are employed at over 475 facilities in the South Florida region, currently ranking South Florida Section the second largest Section of PGA Professionals amongst all 41 PGA Sections in the United States.
 
Back in 1979, the growth and golf population boom in the state of Florida caused what was once known as just the Florida Section to divide geographically into two Sections, now known as the North Florida and the South Florida PGA Sections. Geographically, the South Florida PGA extends as far North as Vero Beach on the east coast, to Punta Gorda on the west coast, south through the Florida Keys, in addition to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The South Florida Section PGA is further divided into four distinct Chapters, including the Southern, Southeast, Southwest and Island Chapters.