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South Florida PGA to Host the E-Z-GO South Florida Open After No Action for Three Months
When: June 23rd, 24th & 25th
Who: A sold-out field of 168 PGA Professionals will compete in the first major of the season and the second event back after a three-month break due to COVID-19. The SFPGA will host a one day Tournament Series No.1 on Monday, June 22nd the day before the tournament which will serve as the first event back.
What: The E-Z-GO South Florida Open is supported by BioSweep Suncoast, Prize Possessions and Technogym and is one of the SFPGA’s three major tournaments held throughout the tournament season and features PGA Professionals from golf facilities across south Florida.
Where: Bonita Bay Club Naples
3700 Wildwood Blvd.
Naples, FL 34120
When: June 23rd, 24th and 25th with a double tee start on both the Cypress and Sabal courses at the Bonita Bay Club. There will be a 36-hole cut with the final round played on the Cypress course.
Players to Watch: 2019 champion Justin Ahasic from Synergy Golf, 2019 SFPGA Player of the Year Justin Bertsch, PGA and Andrew Filbert, PGA.
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About the South Florida PGA
The South Florida Section of the PGA of America is an association of golf professionals whose mission is to promote interest, participation and enjoyment in the game of golf; establish and maintain professional standards or practice; and enhance the well-being of golf professionals.
Approximately 1,850 members and apprentices are employed at over 475 facilities in the South Florida region, currently ranking South Florida Section the second largest Section of PGA Professionals amongst all 41 PGA Sections in the United States.
The Golf Heritage Society (GHS), a nonprofit organization celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, announces a membership fee of $25 for the remainder of 2020. With this special mid-year offer, the