The field included particpants from all over the state including Crandon, Green Bay, Milton, Milwaukee, and some ventured from Ohio, Canada and Florida. The first starting time was at 9am, and there were dozens of junior hopefuls scattered throughout the home course of the Wisconsin Badgers hoping to continue their journey on the #Road2Augusta.
Golfers get points based on how accurate their three Drive, Chip and Putt attempts are according to the grids at each station. The Wisconsin PGA awards medals to the top three point earners in each skill and overall. The top two overall point winners in each of the eight divisions continue the #Road2Augusta.
After each participant in their age group finishes the competition, the Awards Ceremony takes place shortly thereafter. Players were reminded each qualifying stage gets more difficult, to celebrate the good and the bad shots, and improve upon these three fundamentals for better golf games. The last group wrapped up the day at around 3:15pm, and we are proud to announce the Qualifiers who are moving on to the Regional at Interlachen Country Club on Saturday, September 30th:
Kade Wieland, Aiden Antony, Caleb Kern, Kaiden Bailey, Caeden Bolander, Jackson Cross, Jamozzy Skenandore, Evan Lampsa, McKenna Nelson, Aliisa Helminen, Payton Haugen, Brandy Singleton, Treva Dodd, Rachel Kauflin and Brighton Young.
For full results, visit, drivechipandputt.com/results and be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to view photos, videos and everything you need to know for Junior Golf in Wisconsin. Lastly, the Wisconsin PGA extends its sincere thanks and appreciation to our host courses including SentryWorld, Whispering Springs, The Legend at Merrill Hills, The Legend at Bergamont, Edgewood Golf Course, Green Bay Country Club, and University Ridge. We can’t wait to see you next summer