Members Take The Trophy In A Shortened 2024 Kaiser Cup

The Members claim the 2024 Kaiser Cup.

FLORENCE, IN (April 2, 2024) – Due to heavy rains overnight and the threat of more dangerous weather throughout the day, the KPGA Tournament Committee has made the decision to shorten the 2024 Kaiser Cup to 18 holes. Congratulations to Team Members for reclaiming the Kaiser Cup!

Team Members:
Tom Walters (Captain)
Brad Maynard
Mitchell Moore
Brandon Sanner
Ryne Burnett
John Mullendore
Josh Griffin
David Huffman
Chris Schuler
Robert Costello

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The Kentucky PGA Section extends its thanks to Ty Robinett, Golf Operations Manager at Belterra Golf Club and the facility’s entire staff for their assistance in conducting this tournament. The Section also passes along its appreciation to Under Armour for providing each team’s uniforms.

The KPGA looks forward to seeing everyone next week at Park Mammoth Golf Club at the 2024 Pro-Pro Shamble Supported by Professional Tournament Enhancements and Cutter & Buck. Click HERE to view the full KPGA event schedule. 

About the Kentucky PGA:
The Kentucky PGA Section (KPGA) is one of 41 Sections across the country that represent the PGA of America and its Members. It is also one of three organizations encompassed within Golf House Kentucky, which also includes the Kentucky Golf Association (KGA) and Kentucky Golf Foundation (KGF). The KPGA contains more than 300 Members and Associates who work in various roles across Kentucky, all of whom share the goal of bettering the game and its players. The KPGA and its Members assist with the organization of many chief growth-of-the-game initiatives, including PGA HOPE and PGA Jr. League, among others. The Section also operates more than thirty tournaments throughout the golf season, including the three State Open championships and qualifiers for the Kentucky Championship.
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