Choudrant, LA: The 2022 PING/Sterling Cut Glass Pro-Scratch Championship was held at Squire Creek Country Club on Monday, November 7th.
This 18-hole four-ball format included 49 teams, consisting of one PGA Professional and one amateur. Greg Sonnier, PGA from Lake Charles Country Club paired with Marcus Bougard to fire a round of 10-under-par, 62. Tied for second place 2 shots behind were teams Reg Adams, PGA/Robby McWilliams and Reed Hughes, PGA/Casey Hamm.
Greg Sonnier, PGA was also the low PGA Professional champion with a score of 7-under-par, 65.
Sonnier commented later, “It’s a good field. It’s a strong field. We got off to a really good start birdieing our first 3 holes. It was nice to play it without so much stress from a major event. The course was in great shape, just excited to get to come here. It’s really a treat.”
The Gulf States PGA Section would like to thank Dean Tennille, PGA of PING, Alvin Newell, Hayley Hill, and everyone at Sterling Cut Glass, Kerry Genzer and Chris Jaime of Adidas Golf, and Kelly Welsh of Oakley for their continued support of this event. The Section also wishes to thank all Squire Creek Country Club staff, including Host PGA Professional, Robert Smith and Golf Course Superintendent Andy Boughner.
Our next tournament is the E-Z-GO Oliver Counce Six Pro on December 5, 2022, at the Club at Diamondhead in Diamondhead, MS. We look forward to seeing you there!