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Volume 6, Issue 5

May 2014

Like many of you, moments happen in my professional and personal career that help inspire me for the days, weeks, and months ahead. Perhaps another way of putting it would be to say that sometimes you are able to experience tangible progress to the point that it motivates you to take the next step with an even greater purpose. The greater purpose is our PGA Professionals and the standing of our brand and business in the community. Each one of you are entering such an extremely busy time at your facilities and many of you don’t have any extra time to give to your association. Like Ben says below in his article, it is not about asking for more time – we welcome those that can get involved and encourage you to be part of what we do because we can’t do it without your help. However, our role is to grow in the positive perception and to point back at what you do for the game at your facilities and what you stand for outside of those doors. By being the best PGA Professional at XYZ facility you help to verify and perpetuate the message we are giving on each and every stage we are fortunate to take. Tangible evidence of our brand growing is transpiring across all of the business functions we service at the Gateway PGA. We have been put in a great position because of the leadership within our section and the drive of our team members. Our razor thin margin for error with the financials has started to ease and it has made way for greater investments into our member programs. Our stock in the community continues to rise because of events like the Ozzie & Friends Concert. Events like these not only allow for shoulder rubbing with the who’s who in the celebrity and corporate world but it also opens eyes to the general public on what we are as an association. Our annual Women’s Golf Day presented by Callaway Golf and Michelob Ultra sold out in 2 weeks with 190 women coming to The Quarry at Crystal Springs on June 1! In addition, we are investing in our tournament program and have put meaning back in our Players Championship that is a free invitation with a guaranteed purse for those that make it. Nearly 70 PGA Professionals competed in our first point event of the year which is evidence that competition and playing still rings as important to our membership. Instead of making phone calls, I am receiving phone calls to talk about our brand, our PGA Professionals, and the important role we play in the community. Tangible proof in progress is what continues to drive me and I am not aware of any current ceiling that exists for us. I continue to be inspired by the friendships, your talents, and what we all can do to positively grow the business and perception of golf. It is with respect and understanding that not all of our PGA Professionals are in a good situation or a job that matches their skill set. However, we continue to work hard to try and bring new players to the game, elevate the perception of your work, and provide meaningful education and playing opportunities for your continued growth and enjoyment. All the best,

From the Officers Desk

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Growth of the Game

P3

PGA Junior League Golf

P4

Drive, Chip, & Putt

P5

Assistants Corner

P6

Rules Corner

P6

PGA HQ News

P 7-8

Employment Chips

P9

Sterling Cut Glass

P 10

Fitness Tips

P 11

Tournament News

P 12-13

Upcoming Events

P 14

Member Updates & Birthdays

P 15

Section Officers Joe Schwent, PGA President

Nathan Charnes, PGA Vice-President

Benjiman Kent, PGA Secretary

Gateway PGA Staff Josh Riley, PGA Executive Director

Steve Finn, PGA Assistant Executive Director

Michael Brown, PGA Director or Junior Golf

Ali Wells, PGA Foundation Operations Director

Lindsay Riley Foundation Admin Assistant

Susan Bender

Josh Riley, PGA

Membership

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FROM THE OFFICERS DESK This column may read, at first, like it is all about me. By the end of reading this column, it should be evident that it is about you and our Section. It was about this time in 2012 that I decided to vet the possibility of running for Secretary of the Gateway PGA. I first discussed this idea with my family, knowing I needed their support if I were to attempt to undertake this endeavor. Second, I confided in a few of my PGA Brethren and asked for their honest feedback about me as a potential candidate. (If my friends didn’t think I should run, then I surely had to think twice). Third, and equally important, I spoke to the owners of Persimmon Woods, knowing I needed their support as well. By placing my name on the ballot, I was inherently stating that I was prepared to make a multi-year commitment, and with a busy career, I needed to know they were without reservations. Finally, I needed to make sure my personal reasons for running were the right reasons, not the wrong ones. It is up to each candidate to decide for him/herself what those reasons are. For me, since registering as an Apprentice in 1997 with The PGA of America, I have always been committed to elevating the public perception of the PGA Professional. We are the leaders in the Golf Industry and we should promote it. As a Board Member I knew I could undoubtedly make an impact in elevating our status in a manner that transcended the 192 acres on which Persimmon Woods resides. I knew I could help address (on a collective effort with our Board) the ongoing challenge of allocating our limited financial resources in the most effective manner as well as helping to provide traction to our collective, fiduciary responsibility we have to grow the game of golf. Each of you could add a litany of additional items that are equally important. I promised you in 2012 that I would never ask you for more of your time, and I will not break that promise. That being said, if you are so inclined to take the initiative to run for office, I eagerly volunteer you my time to answer your questions, as long as you know that I do not profess to have all the answers. I pledge to help provide you with whatever insight I am able to, with regard to what you could expect if you were to have the privilege I so humbly was rewarded with, serving you, my fellow PGA Professionals. For more information about running for office this fall, please do not hesitate to contact me, one of our Board Members or the Section Office. I can be reached at (636) 300-5703 or bkent@pwgolf.com. Be well, Ben

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GROWTH OF THE GAME Welcome Gavin Hagar! The Foundation is happy to introduce Gavin to the Gateway PGA team this summer. A student at St. Louis University, Gavin brings with him a passion for professional sports, experience working with kids, and a golf game that needs a bit of work. He will be working closely with the Junior Development Tour, Drive Chip and Putt, Women’s Golf Day, the College Combine, and PGA REACH activities. We are looking forward to a great summer with Gavin so please take a minute to welcome him.

It’s that time of year again… Women’s Golf Day! The committee has been hard at work pulling together the biggest and best free women’s event yet. The Quarry at Crystal Springs will play host to an afternoon of golf instruction, vendor shopping, and a happy hour on Sunday, June 1st. A huge thank you goes out to our sponsors, Callaway Golf and Michelob Ultra. Women’s Golf Day will be busting at the seams with over 200 ladies eager to get involved in the game of golf. Next step activations will be available on-site for ladies: Get Golf Ready, ladies clinics and other opportunities offered at facilities of volunteering Professionals. You can take advantage of this event in a couple different ways: 1. Contact me to be a station instructor at Women’s Golf Day 2. Register your facility and promote your upcoming programs through GetGolfReady.com or Active.com Contact a member of the WGD Team to see how you can help or for more information: Barbara Blanchar, Jill Bertram, Nash Haxel, or Ali Wells.

Top 6 Things You Should Know About the Gateway PGA College Combine 1. 2014 presents the 3rd Annual Gateway PGA College Combine on July 21st at the Country Club of St. Albans. 2. Our Combine is the only annual Combine led by PGA Professionals. 3. Top junior golfers from across a 9-state region are being personally invited to participate in our Combine. 4. College Coaches from across the Midwest are being personally invited to attend. 5. A new format brings a full day of college golf education through a keynote speaker, a seminar panel of college coaches, skills assessments, and on-course play with skill demonstrations. 6. Your help IS needed! Invite a College Coach; invite a talented high school golfer; volunteer to participate.

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The entire section staff is very excited about the upcoming Drive, Chip and Putt Qualifiers being held in our section in June and July with the Sub Regional Qualifier in early August. This experience is completely FREE to your juniors so please help us in promoting our area qualifiers. One of your juniors could be on TV the week of The Masters! Juniors will have the opportunity to advance from our five (5) local qualifiers to the sub-regional qualifier at WingHaven Country Club on August 4. The sub-regional qualifiers advance to regionals in Kansas City where they will compete for the chance to advance to Augusta National Golf Club the Sunday before The Masters! We are moving along with preparations and still need volunteers to help administer the events. Please contact the office if you can help us with this very significant and worthwhile competition. You will be awarded MSR credits for each hour you volunteer and have a good time helping the kids. Please click HERE for a promotional flier that can be sent out or displayed at your facilities. Remember‌.the event is completely FREE to your juniors. If you have any questions you can visit www.drivechipandputt.com or call or email me at the section office. Hope to hear from you soon. Susan Bender 636-532-3355 x 101 sbender@pgahq.com

Local Qualifiers Tuesday, June 3

Gateway National Golf Links

9:00 AM

200

Friday, June 6

Pheasant Run Golf Course

12:30 PM

200

Friday, July 11

Oakbrook Golf Course

11:00 AM

200

Sunday, July 13

Perche Creek Golf Course

9:00 AM

200

Thursday, July 31

Old Hickory Golf Club

2:00 PM

150

Sub Regional Qualifier Monday, August 4

WingHaven Country Club

2:00 PM

Pre-Determined

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ASSISTANTS CORNER We are really looking forward to a wonderful day at The Missouri Bluffs on Monday, May 19 as we raise money for the National Car Rental Assistants Championship. I am happy to show in this report our current team list. I hope to see you on the course! Name

Players

Bellerive CC #1 Birdies & Tees EHI Forest Hills CC Franklin County CC Illini CC Meadowbrook CC #1 Meadowbrook CC #2 Old Hawthorne CC Persimmon Woods GC #1 Persimmon Woods GC #2 Quincy CC #1 Quincy CC #2 Sullivan CC The Falls GC TNT Golf Cars Westborough CC #1 Westborough CC #2 Westborough CC #3 WingHaven CC

Justin Auping, Dennis Auping, Andy Auping, Matt Auping Tory Hayes, Terry Richardson, Rod Wright, Tony Debellis Ryan Benhoff, Josh Riley, Paul Roeder, Bill Nickelson Marvin Herrod, Justin Beaston, Mark Floyd, Nate James Shane Blankenship, Drew Armstrong, Kevin Carey, Eddie Tune Michael Leotta, Grady Chronister, Peter Casper, Hal Perkins R.J. Villafuerte, Mark Schraier, Corey Berger, Warren Schultz Adam Betz, Ed Alizadeh, Sam Valencia, Craig Betz Austin Waibel, Old Hawthorne, Old Hawthorne, Old Hawthorne Sam Jonell, Bob Funke, Jim Nelson, Brian Gibson Eric Ratzlaff, Rick Davis, Gary Fults, David Linstedt George Schrage, Mike Happel, Steve Lowenberg, Jim Stebor Emily Berryman, Alex Berryman, Scott Berryman, Rachel Powers Myles Beckett, Ray Lewis, Dave Schatz, Brett Hulsey Ryan Buckley, Ron Reeves, Rob Summers, Erin Rich Jason Traeder, Ty Zimmerman, Gus Traeder, Dale Craven Jimmy Bals, James Pate, Sid Trojahn, Mel Burkart Jim Miali, Frank Lahey, Denis Isenberg, Mark Moschner Steve Autry, Steve Wendling, John Slattery, Chris Lynas Barbara Blanchar, Ron Wilson, Bob Blanchar, Bret Wilson

RULES CORNER Justin Rose had a two stroke penalty rescinded prior to the start of the final round of The Tournament Players Championship. He addressed a chip on the eighteenth hole. He backed off and consulted playing partner Sergio Garcia. They also saw a replay on the big screen near the green. They determined the ball had not moved. Tour officials reviewed the video and determined the ball had moved. They told Justin he needed to add two penalty strokes, the general penalty for Rule 18, before he signed his card. He would have incurred a stroke penalty under 18-2b Ball Moving After Address but since he had not replaced the ball he incurred the two stroke penalty. This is covered in the footnote below the General Penalty statement. The Committee later realized they had not taken into account the new Decision 18/4 that was added January 1, 2014. The determination that the ball had moved was through the use of sophisticated technology (HD and slow motion). The movement of the ball could not reasonably be discerned by the naked eye. Therefore the determination made by Justin was deemed to be conclusive. The officials informed Rose of the reversal prior to him starting play of the fourth round. 6


PGA HQ NEWS PGALinks username and password for entry.

The new PGA Magazine app for iOS and Android was introduced in January at the PGA Merchandise Show. The PGA Magazine app is updated daily and contains PGA Best Practices, PGA Section News, a PGA Leaderboard for national and Section tournament results, PGA of America News, the PGA Membership Directory, a PGA Clubfitting Library, PGA Lesson Tee and Rules Talk articles. The use of the PGA Magazine app allows PGA Members and apprentices to gain access to thousands of PGA Professionals and to communicate and share ideas, best practices and news in a whole new way.

We are happy to announce the launch of another digital tool this week-- a digital complement to the printed PGA Appointment Calendar, the PING On-Line Scheduler. This new tool will be live on PGALinks.com and enable members to insert National and Section events and programs into their personal digital schedules. The printed PING calendar will continue to exist, but this tool will provide Members the ability to add these events directly to personal Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, or iCal calendars. The goal is to save time and energy for our PGA Professionals.

This is the first step for this tool. Future enhancements will include mobile optimization and additional features, but our primary objective is simplicity. Click here to To download the PGA Magazine app for iPhone or iPad, check it out and enjoy the new feature. visit the Apple App Store by clicking here. To download the app for an Android smartphone or tablet, visit Google Play by clicking here. To login to the password-protected app, use your PGALinks username and password.

This new PGA Member benefit was launched the first week of May and is part of a revamped PGA of America’s Member Merchandising Program, designed to provide members with PGA logoed apparel from top manufacturers at a significantly lower cost than in the past. PGA Members can now buy product with the PGA of America, PGA Master Professional, PGA Professional, and PGA Certified Professional logos just above cost. For the first time, Members will be able to buy PGA Championship and Ryder Cup logoed product, year round, through the same program. To check out the store online click here and use your 7


PGA HQ NEWS cility’s calendar/fiscal year 2013) will help to capture this information so that you and all of our Gateway PGA Members can have it at their fingertips. The PGA of America is once again conducting the PGA Golf Management Summer Experience, a 4-day program offered to students interested in a career in golf that includes the following: 

Engagement in team building activities with other students with similar educational goals

Sample key courses required to obtain the PGA Golf Management designation

Receive enrollment information and a campus tour

Instruction from PGA of America and PGA Golf Management University Program staff, students and alumni

Participate in golf activities

Opportunity to live in a university residence hall

Preview of university life

This year’s sessions will take place at Eastern Kentucky University and Mississippi State University. Click here to learn more about this opportunity.

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – The PGA of America and PGA Worldwide Golf Exhibitions will launch an all -new PGA Fashion & Demo Experience (formerly the PGA Expo), August 18-20, 2014, exclusively for golf industry professionals and golf lifestyle apparel retailers at The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino in Las Vegas and Cascata Golf Club in Boulder City, Nevada. The new upscale fashion merchandising, product testing and professional education event will build upon the former event's most successful programming and offer new and improved business and retail connections. "The new PGA Fashion & Demo Experience offers a modern, sophisticated marketplace where PGA Professionals and industry executives will have valuable access to the newest golf innovations, fashions and expert instruction," said PGA of America CEO Pete Bevacqua. "Additionally, Cascata Golf Club will be a spectacular host facility for the day-long schedule of new golf programs during the PGA Demo Experience." Click here to continue reading.

MSR Credits: PGA Members earn 2 MSRs by completing on or before May 30, 2014. Having access to various operation benchmarks to help you in determining your facility operation annual budgets and comparisons to like facilities is extremely valuable. The PGA Annual Operations Survey (based on your fa8


Employment “Chips” Employment Chips! – Please enjoy this “Gateway Employment Chips” section of your email newsletter. Every month I will be adding to the subjects of these “brief” articles and hoping to inspire your thought process regarding your employment and/or your facility. Please use and expand on the information to make your employment more successful!

BE VISIBLE!!! When working with an employer on posting a Head Professional, Director of Golf or General Manager position, the employer has lamented to me on numerous occasions their previous employee was lacking in the visibility area of their job. When I press the employer to explain, they simply say, he or she (the employee) was just not VISIBLE!

What are you doing for your Ladies groups? “Delegating”? Make sure you are available and treat this as an opportunity to be seen. Are you there only to “hand out the awards”? Make sure this doesn’t become a habit! Members do notice this phenomenon! Do you ever start groups on the first tee? The banter and pleasantries exchanged can be fun and show you care. Do you make runs around the course? Make the run not necessarily just for pace of play reasons. Maybe have your clubs with you and play a few holes with a group. Do make an effort to “work the range” from time to time. Offering swing tips and timely advice can go a long way in improving your stock at the facility. I know there are many more ideas that some of you are doing to be visible. Make a concerted effort this year to increase your visibility at your facility- it could make a difference!

I realize expectations are sometimes unrealistic when it comes to being visible. This begs the question to the employer, “When do I need to be at the club or what are your expectations for me”? Start the dialogue today before it becomes a problem. If the employer isn’t going to give you direction, here are some ideas to potentially think about. Do you make a “bank run” daily? When are you doing it? Is it possible to have someone else do it for you? Are the errands you run necessary? Are you “above” answering the phone or checking people in or being at the counter from time to time? Do you ever meet/greet people in the parking lot when they arrive? There is no better time to make a positive impression than when a member/customer arrives at the facility.

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Here the the Flight Results from yesterday’s Antigua Golf Pro-Sr at The Legends CC Championship Flight 1st Place Annbriar GC (Scott Kunz) 2nd Place Bellerive CC (Mike Tucker) 3rd Place Persimmon Woods GC (Jeff Escott) A Flight 1st Place St. Clair CC (Tom Sipula) 2nd Place Fox Run GC (Dennis Biedenstein) 3rd Place Meramec Lakes GC (Scott Brauer) B Flight 1st Place Ballwin GC (Dave Furlong) 2nd Place The Falls GC (Brad Hulett) 3rd Place Persimmon Woods GC (Ben Kent) Annbriar, St. Clair, and Ballwin, all qualify for the National Car Rental Pro-Am Championship at Algonquin GC on September 25th. Congratulations to all the winners More...

Suhre wins 2nd Consecutive Match Play Championship Mike Suhre of Oakbrook GC captured his 2nd straight Match Play Championship at Annbriar GC. Suhre defeated 2013 Gateway PGA Player of the Year Bob Gaus for the second year in the ChampionshipMatch. Both players came out firing and birdied to halve the 2nd hole. Suhre wasn't done yet though as he went on to eagle #5 and then follow that up with birdies on #6 and #7 to go 3 up. He then made his only bogey of the day on #8 but came right back with a birdie at #9 to make the turn at 3 up. After halves at 10 and 11, 3 birdies in a row at 13, 14, and 15, were enough to seal the deal at 5 and 3. Gaus was 3 under at the time, while Suhre finished up 8 under par through 15 holes. In the semi-final matches, Gaus topped JC

Anderson 5 & 3, while Suhre beat Brian Fogt 2 & 1. It was the first time that the top 4 seeds had all advanced to the semi-final round.

Jason Traeder of TNT Golf Cars with Champion Brian Fogt Fogt Sweeps Season Opener at Persimmon Woods Bellerive CC Teaching Professional Brian Fogt came out firing shooting an impressive 5-under par round of 66 to capture the first Player of the Year Point Event at Persimmon Woods GC. Fogt, playing the 6700 yard, par 71 layout, competed in both the Regular & Senior Divisions and his score was good enough for victories over a large field of competitors. In the Regular Division, Fogt claimed a 2 shot victory over the 57 player field, with Jeff Schmidt & Ryan Roy tying for runner-up honors with 3-under par 68's. Mike Tucker was 4th with 69 and Mike Suhre rounded out the top 5 with a round of 70. The Senior Division boasted a field of 19 players and Brian's 66 gave him a 4-stroke win over Persimmon Woods Charlie Stock who finished at 1-under par 70. Stock’s impressive score beat his age by 3 and Nash Haxel of The Quarry at Crystal Springs finished 3rd with an even par 71. CLICK HERE FOR FULL RESULTS

Anderson Wins Panther Creek Pro-Open JC Anderson, overcame strong steady winds and a solid field of Professionals to capture the title at the Springfield Classic Pro-Open at Panther Creek CC. JC finished the day 12


with a 3-under par round of 69 and was the only Archer Logan of Bergen GC in Springfield won player in the field of 45 pros to break par. Anderthe TNT Challenge CTP on Hole #14. son competed in both Regular & Senior Divisions on the 6850 yards layout. Adam Betz & Mark Faulkner finished the day at even par 72 to tie for the runner-up spot. Kevin Triefenbach, Brian Fogt, & Brandon Veld, rounded out the top 6 with 73's. In the Senior Division after Anderson & Faulkner, Brian Fogt & Mike Brengard tied for third with 73's while Steve Lotz rounded out the top 5 with a 74. More‌

Place Player

Events

Points

Place Player

Events Points

1

Adam M. Betz

2

185.00

1

Brian R. Fogt

16

370.00

2

Brandon L. Veld

3

172.00

2

Mike L. Suhre

10

365.00

3

Shane J. Blankenship

3

137.00

3

Jc Anderson

14

324.00

4

Emily K. Berryman

2

127.50

4

Bob T. Gaus

9

260.00

5

Marvin G. Herrod

3

125.00

5

Ryan P. Roy

16

210.00

6

Justin D. Auping

3

122.50

6

Tom L. Sipula

11

172.50

7

Jeffrey W. Schmid

1

100.00

7

Rob W. Sedorcek

12

149.50

8

Sam D. Jonell

3

94.50

8

Jimmy J. Bals

12

137.50

9

Brandon L. Coffey

3

87.50

9

Dennis M. Biedenstein

13

135.00

10

Loel B. Fischer

2

87.00

10

Nash Haxel

17

120.00

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View Complete Standings

Place Player

Events

Points

Place Player

Events Points

1

Brian R. Fogt

4

175.00

1

Charles R. Stock

2

175.00

2

Jc Anderson

6

167.50

T3

Nash Haxel

4

135.00

T2

Mike C. Brengard

2

155.00

T3

Jeff Whitfield

4

135.00

T2

Steve L. Lotz

2

155.00

5

Mark W. Faulkner

6

132.50

4

Scott Bess

1

85.00

6

David Levine

4

102.50

T5

Steve Heckel

1

70.00

7

Rob W. Sedorcek

4

82.50

T5

Michael A. Wensing 1

70.00

8

Gary R. Mitchell

4

75.00

T5

Brad Hulett

1

70.00

T9

Scott Bess

2

67.50

8

Mike Murphy

1

60.00

T9

Garth Bayer

2

67.50

View Complete Standings

View Complete Standings

Place Player

Events

Points

1

Emily K. Berryman

2

200.00

2

Barbara A. Blanchar

2

170.00

3

Helen A. Kurtin

1

75.00

View Complete Standings

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May 15th - June 15th Birthdays

Austin J Waibel Edward A. Schwent, PGA Michael J. Brown, PGA Marvin D. Boegler, PGA Keith A. May, PGA Joseph M Branco II

5/19 5/21 5/24 5/27 5/28 5/31

Bob Ross, PGA Myles A. Beckett Thomas C Farrar Jay C. Pettlon, PGA Scott J. Roe, PGA Curt L. Corey, PGA Nathan J Jacquin Keith E Baker, PGA

6/1 6/3 6/3 6/3 6/3 6/4 6/4 6/5

Nathan C Morris Dustin M Lane Robert P. Wright, PGA Jesse W. Barge, PGA Robert Carranza, PGA Nicholas D Chrisco Eric Ewing, PGA James R. Maxam III, PGA Brett A. Moomey, PGA Robert T. Nicklas, PGA John R Sluhan Jon M. Crane, PGA Scott Oulds, PGA Jesse T Weller

6/5 6/6 6/6 6/7 6/7 6/9 6/9 6/9 6/9 6/9 6/9 6/12 6/13 6/13

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Gateway PGA Newsletter May 2014