Choudrant, LA: The 2021 PING/Sterling Cut Glass Pro-Scratch Championship was held at Squire Creek Country Club on Monday, November 1st.
This 18-hole four-ball format included 38 teams, consisting of one PGA professional and one amateur. Reg Adams, PGA from Huntington Park Golf Course paired with Robby McWilliams, fired 10-under-par, 62. Tied for second place 4 shots back were teams Kyle Ramey, PGA/Todd Nace and Bobby Flanagan, PGA/Jared Harris.
Kyle Ramey, PGA was the low-professional champion with a score of 4-under-par, 68.
Adams commented later, “We hit it the same distance and could help club each other. Green reading is big at Squire Creek, and we did a really good job at that. Also, we got to compete in a tournament together as a team for the first time in 34 years since we were college teammates! That’s cool!”
Closest to the Hole winners were professionals Logan Moore, Reed Hughes, PGA, and Nick Ellison, PGA and amateurs Drew Spradley, Gabe Hayes, and Casey Ham.
Additionally, amateur Stephen Kruger had the highlight of the day with a double eagle on par 5 #17.
The Gulf States PGA Section would like to thank Dean Tennille, PGA of PING, Hayley Hill and Alvin Newell of Sterling Cut Glass, Kerry Genzer and Steve McDonald of Adidas Golf, and Kelly Welsh, PGA of Oakley for their continued support of this event. The Section also wishes to thank all the staff at Squire Creek Country Club including Robert Smith, PGA Head Golf Professional and Golf Course Superintendent Andy Boughner.
Our next tournament is the E-Z-GO Oliver Counce Six Pro on December 6, 2021, at Mossy Oak Golf Club in West Point, MS.