Rockin' on to Interlachen

Drive, Chip and Putt Sub-Regl. Results

The field included participants from all over the state including Crandon, Green Bay, Milton, Milwaukee, and some ventured from North Carolina, Canada and Texas. 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. Moving on to Interlachen: 
 

Joseph Amiot, Finn McDowell, Daniel Nelson, Aidan Antony, William Harned, Connor Girten, Yinta Yang, Ben Hilbelink, Brooklyn Haugen, Lucy Allen, Samantha Harris, Allison Guiser, Leah Romano, Izzi Stricker, Grace Durkin, Brin Neumann, Mitchell Shroyer, Carson Miller, James Kleist, Conner Peery, Tyce Ortega, Carter Broten, Nick Mueller, Kaeden Nomm, Ava Frazier, Reese Richartz, McKenna Nelson, Aliisa Helminen, Ava Frederiksen, Elizabeth Stuckslager, Ashleyjen Powell and Hannah Miller. 
 

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, Whistling Straits, The Oaks Golf Course, The Legend at Merrill Hills, Reedsburg Country Club, Edgewood Golf Course, Green Bay Country Club, Erin Hills, Eau Claire G&CC,  and University Ridge.  We can’t wait to see you next summer! 2020 Drive, Chip and Putt Registration opens in March of 2020.