First Female F14 Fighter Pilot Carey Lohrenz Named Keynote Speaker

Lohrenz apart of day-long forum in the Triangle focused on professional and personal development

CARY, N.C. (June 9, 2014) – Carey Lohrenz, the Navy’s first female F14 fighter pilot, will speak at Astellas presents Executive Women’s Day, a highly-successful business forum being hosted at PGA TOUR events across the country, on Tuesday, Oct. 7 as a part of the SAS Championship tournament week. An official event on the PGA TOUR’s Champions Tour, the SAS Championship will host the day-long forum that focuses on leadership, career development, and network expansion.   

“We’re very excited to announce Carey as the keynote speaker at Astellas presents Executive Women’s Day,” said Tournament Director Jeff Kleiber. “Having worked in one of the most pressure-packed environments you can imagine, to developing as a corporate leader and finding a balance as working mom of four, she will be providing an inspiring afternoon for women in the Triangle.”

Over 100 women are expected to attend the event, which will run from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 7, at Prestonwood Country Club in Cary with the following agenda:

8:30-10:15 a.m. Power Panel Breakfast: A moderated speaker/discussion panel with Triangle leaders

10:30-12:30 p.m. Behind-the-Scenes: Tour of the SAS Championship

12:45-2:00 p.m. Luncheon and Keynote Speaker: Carey Lohrenz

2:30-4:30 p.m. It's About You: Your Turn to Make a Difference — an end-of-day opportunity to connect and network with other female leaders in the Triangle

For Table Information, contact: 
Paul Campion,
Director of Corporate Partnerships or 919-531-0200
or click here to view the full PDF

SAS Championship to Host Executive Women’s Day at Prestonwood Country Club

PGA TOUR tabs Triangle tournament for executive women’s event on the Champions Tour

CARY, N.C. (May 13, 2014) – The SAS Championship presented by Bloomberg Businessweek has been selected by the PGA TOUR to host Astellas presents Executive Women’s Day, a highly-successful and engaging business forum being hosted at distinguished PGA TOUR events including The PLAYERS Championship. The event will take place on Tuesday of tournament week, Oct. 6-12, and will focus on topics vital to professional women, such as corporate leadership, career development, economic advancement and network expansion.   

“The SAS Championship is honored to host Astellas presents Executive Women’s Day,” said Tournament Director Jeff Kleiber. “It will be a tremendous opportunity to bring together influential leaders in the Triangle for a dynamic day at Prestonwood. While there will be plenty of great golf throughout the weekend, the main focus of this day is to provide a unique platform that fosters meaningful business and social relationships for female leaders in the community.”  

Over 100 women are expected to attend the event, which will run from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 7, at Prestonwood Country Club in Cary with the following agenda:

8:30-10:15 a.m. Power Panel Breakfast: A moderated speaker/discussion panel with Triangle leaders

10:30-12:30 p.m. Behind-the-Scenes: Tour of the SAS Championship

12:45-2:00 p.m. Luncheon and National Keynote Speaker

2:30-4:30 p.m. It's About You: Your Turn to Make a Difference — an end-of-day opportunity to connect and network with other female leaders in the Triangle

"Astellas is pleased to present a series of exciting Executive Women's Day events that engage local communities throughout the PGA TOUR season," said Gary Kaiser, Director, Urology Marketing for Astellas. "The goals for all these events are to educate and connect with the engaged and growing female fan base of the PGA TOUR in a meaningful way, and offer information that promotes overall well-being.”

The PGA TOUR and Astellas Pharma US, Inc. ("Astellas"), a U.S. subsidiary of Tokyo-based Astellas Pharma Inc. introduced the first Astellas Presents Executive Women's Day in 2013. The event is part of a three-year agreement between the TOUR and Astellas in which Astellas will champion the PGA TOUR's commitment to its Women's Initiative.

For Table Information, contact Paul Campion, Director of Corporate Partnerships, or 919-531-0200 or click here to view the full PDF

Champions Tour Update



Scott Dunlap outlasted Mark Brooks at the Boeing Classic, eventually winning at the first hole of sudden-death for his first career victory on the Champions Tour. Dunlap played 204 PGA TOUR events without a victory.

Marco Dawson continues his good stretch of play with a T5 at the Boeing Classic and earned a spot in the field at this week’s Shaw Charity Classic. Dawson had finished T4 and T3 at his previous two Champions Tour events.

Robin Freeman kept alive a streak of 10 straight years that at least one eagle has been made at the drivable par-4 14th hole at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge when he recorded a ‘2’ on the hole in the final round of the Boeing Classic.

For the first time in Champions Tour history, three players who shot 59s played together in the same grouping. Chip Beck, the second player in PGA TOUR history to shoot 59, Paul Goydos, the fifth player to shoot 59 on the PGA TOUR, and Kevin Sutherland, the first player in Champions Tour history to shoot 59, teed off together in round one at last week’s Boeing Classic.

Argentina’s Cesar Monasterio posted a five-stroke win over Andrew Oldcorn and Barry Lane at the English Senior Open on the European Senior Tour last week.

Bruce Devlin will be inducted into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame on October 20 at the San Antonio CC. Devlin won 27 professional events worldwide and is known for his golf course designs and architecture and as a TV commentator.


The Shaw Charity Classic enjoyed a highly-successful inaugural event in 2013 featuring large crowds and a standout performance by Rocco Mediate, who blitzed the field for a seven-shot victory at Canyon Meadows Golf & Country Club. Led by a philanthropic Patron Group, including Tournament Chairman Clay Riddell, Vice Chairmen Allan Markin, Keith MacPhail, Jim Riddell, Guy Turcotte and PGA TOUR Professional and Calgary resident Stephen Ames, along with title sponsor, Shaw Communications, the Shaw Charity Classic will remain true to the Champions Tour’s goal of supporting the community.

Stephen Ames, who turned 50 in April, will compete in this year’s Shaw Charity Classic following his induction into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame on Tuesday morning in a ceremony at Canyon Meadows. In addition to four wins on the PGA TOUR, he also claimed wins on the European Tour and the Tour.

Four members of the World Golf Hall of Fame are in the Shaw Charity Classic field. They are Hale Irwin, Fred Couples, Sandy Lyle, and Bernhard Langer.


Scott Dunlap earned 300 Charles Schwab Cup points with his Boeing Classic victory and moved up to 17th in the season-long race. Charles Schwab Cup leader Bernhard Langer finished T15 at the Boeing Classic, marking the second time this year that he has not earned points (T20 – Encompass Championship). With eight events left in the season, Langer maintains a 633-point lead over Colin Montgomerie in the season-long race.


19 – After shooting a 14-over-86 to begin the Boeing Classic, Jeff Brehaut followed with a 5-under-par 67 the very next round, a 19-stroke swing, the largest improvement in scores in tournament history.


8/31/03 – Playing in an unprecedented ninth major championship for the season and the first player to do so, Tom Watson wins the JELD-WEN Tradition near Portland when he is one better than Gil Morgan, Isao Aoki and Tom Kite. Watson’s up and down birdie from a greenside bunker was the difference as he claimed back-to-back major titles.


Canyon Meadows Golf & CC was the easiest course utilized on the Champions Tour in 2013 with an average score of 69.004 for the event. The par-5, 15th hole yielded 21 eagles and 141 birdies for the three rounds and will be changed to a par-4 this year meaning the course will play to a par of 70.


"I know I can, it's just will I?" – After taking the 36-hole lead at the Boeing Classic, Scott Dunlap was asked if he could win.

"I couldn't beat all of them in any one tournament until this week." – Scott Dunlap played 204 PGATOUR events without victory before winning the Champions Tour’s Boeing Classic.

“Has anybody shot 59 out here on the Champions Tour?” – Kevin Sutherland asked the question to Paul Goydos, who shot 59 on the PGA TOUR, when they were paired together at the 3M Championship. The very next week, Sutherland became the first player in Champions Tour history to shoot the magic number at the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open.

“You're living the dream. It's a fantasy almost to get to come places like this and the way people treat us to come and play in a tournament and every town's the same way and you've got a thousand plus volunteers that help put on a tournament out of the goodness of their heart to help raise money for charities in the local area. To be a small part of it is a true thrill. When you don't play good it's not a lot of fun, but if you take a step back and you look at what you're involved in, it's incredible.” – Mike Goodes explains what the Champions Tour is like for him after shooting 64 to hold the first-round lead at the Boeing Classic.


Bobby Clampett @BClampett  ·  1h Annual 11th hole roll w/ the kids from @BoeingClassic @ChampionsTour Great time but I can't roll like I used to!


Volunteer Registration and Tickets Now Available

Hospitality and VIP parking options available for Father’s Day

CARY, N.C. (APRIL 14, 2014) – Following a thrilling Masters tournament over the weekend, tournament officials for the SAS Championship presented by Bloomberg Businessweek announced the opening of volunteer registration and ticket sales for the PGA TOUR’s Champions Tour event taking place at Prestonwood Country Club, Oct. 6 -12. 

Click Here to Volunteer

Click Here to Order Your Tickets

“As attention from the first major of the year now shifts to Pinehurst in June, it’s a great time to be a golf fan in North Carolina,” said Tournament Director Jeff Kleiber. “It’s going to be an exciting time and for everyone that appreciates the passion of sports and community, we’re pleased to kick off our efforts for the Triangle’s largest golf event.”

Over 700 volunteers are needed to support one of the most successful events on the Champions Tour and there are a number of different committees available; golf knowledge is a plus but not required.

“Volunteering gives our community the opportunity to experience a professional sporting event from behind-the-scenes, interact with the legends of golf and create lasting friendships,” said Kleiber. “After every tournament we hear from our volunteers that it’s one of their favorite weeks of the year, so anyone interested in volunteering should register.”

Ticket options for the SAS Championship feature exclusive hospitality and parking options, including the fan-favorite Eagles’ Nest at 17 green for $100. Each Eagles’ Nest ticket includes a catered lunch, open bar and snacks at the premium hospitality suite located at the pivotal par-5 17th hole. On-site VIP parking is also available for $100. Each purchaser will be able to park in the same lot as the Champions Tour pros and have their name designated on official tournament signage. Daily tickets, valid one day, are $20 and children 17 and under are admitted free courtesy of the News & Observer.

Russ Cochran Wins Second SAS Championship Title

Four birdies on final four holes hold off David Frost and Kirk Triplett

CARY, N.C. (OCTOBER 13, 2013) – Russ Cochran (66-66-67=199) rallied off four straight birdies on the final four holes of the SAS Championship presented by Bloomberg Businessweek to win his second title at Prestonwood Country Club today.

Cochran entered Sunday with a two-stroke lead and proceeded to shoot 5-under-par to claim his second SAS Championship in four years and his second victory of the season. With the win, Cochran earned 315 Charles Schwab Cup points jumping seven places to No. 6 in the year-long points race and collected $315,000 in prize money bringing his total earnings for the year to $1,319,917.

“I hit a lot of greens here.  I kind of have figured out that there are certain little pins that you don't want to go for and certain pins you do, and I get the ball in the greens and I think I putt just well enough,” Cochran said. “I had a good putting week this week but just well enough to kind of keep it heading in the right direction.  The other thing is too, you know, it occurred to me I don't make that many bogeys out here.”

In total, Cochran had four bogeys through the tournament, two of which occurred on Sunday. After opening the final round with a bogey, Cochran held off David Frost and Kirk Triplett who had entered the day tied for second and two shots of the lead. Frost recorded four birdies on the front nine to pull even with Cochran and would eventually go two up after he birdied 16.

Cochran remained composed turning to his caddy and son Ryan for advice after Frost took the lead. “We knew we needed to make birdies, especially after the bogey on 13.  So it became a thing of, hey, look, let's hit it at the hole, just keep trying to hit it at the hole, and see what happens.  And then the 9 iron on 15 kind of helped it out.”

The four-birdie finish from Cochran was something not seen on the Champions Tour since Mark Calcavecchia at the 2011 Boeing Classic. Interestingly enough the runner-up in Seattle was none other than Cochran himself. The tight leaderboard down the stretch provided a thrilling finish for the fans at Prestonwood.

“You know, had a lot of people come up and say, man, we're pulling for you, hang in there, keep it going, that kind of stuff,” Cochran said. “But people are friendly as you know here.  It's just the guys get a great feeling when they come here.  And I was surprised too they've got a lot of people going out, a lot of kids were out there too.  I thought there was a real connection between parents bringing their kids out and watching golf.  They're all well behaved and I think they were into it.”

Congrats to Champion Russ Cochran

Cochran entered Sunday with a two-stroke lead and proceeded to shoot 5-under-par to claim his second SAS Championship in four years and his second victory of the season. With the win, Cochran earned 315 Charles Schwab Cup points jumping seven places to No. 6 in the year-long points race and collected $315,000 in prize money bringing his total earnings for the year to $1,319,917.

2013 SAS Championship (The 23rd of 26 Charles Schwab Cup events on the 2013 Champions Tour)

Prestonwood Country Club 

Cary, North Carolina                                             

October 11-13, 2013                              

Par/Yards: 72/7,240

Weather: Cloudy with light drizzle at times during the day. Daytime highs were in the upper-60s. Winds were from the N at 5-10 mph.

Final Results:   
1 Russ Cochran 66-66-67-199/-17
2 David Frost 67-67-66-200/-16
3 Kirk Triplett 67-67-68-202/-14
4 Gary Hallberg 68-69-66-203/-13
   T5 Michael Allen 67-68-70-205/-11
  Anders Forsbrand 69-67-69-205/-11
7 Tom Byrum 69-69-68-206/-10

With his victory today…

Russ Cochran wins for the second time in 2013. He also won the Principal Charity Classic earlier this year.

He wins his fifth Champions Tour title.

He becomes the seventh multiple winner this year on the Champions Tour, joining Bernhard Langer, David Frost, Kenny Perry, Rocco Mediate, Esteban Toledo and Mark Wiebe.

He earns a check for $315,000 and increases his 2013 earnings to $1,319,917.

He earns 315 points in the season-long Charles Schwab Cup race and moves into 6th place in the standings with 1,312 points.

He becomes the first player to post multiple wins in this event. He also won in 2010.

He posts multiple wins for the second time in his Champions Tour career. He won twice in 2010, claiming back-to-back wins at the Posco E&C Songdo Championship and here at the SAS Championship. 

Russ Cochran birdied the final four holes to win his second SAS Championship in the last four years. Cochran trailed David Frost by as many as three shots late in the round but four consecutive birdies allowed him to overtake Frost for the win. Playing one group in front of Frost, he tied him with a birdie at No. 17 and then claimed the title by draining a eight-footer on the final hole for his second win in 2013. Kirk Triplett birdied his final two holes to finish in third place, one better than Gary Hallberg.

Russ Cochran was a combined 13-under-par for the week on the back nine at Prestonwood Country Club. His only bogey in the three rounds on the back nine came on No. 13 on Sunday.

With Russ Cochran’s four straight birdies to close his round, it marked the first time a player had made four straight to win an event since Mark Calcavecchia birdied the final three holes and then the first playoff hole to win the 2011 Boeing Classic. The other player in that playoff…Russ Cochran.

A final-round 6-under-par 66 helped Gary Hallberg finish fourth. It was his best finish since he was second to Fred Couples at the 2012 Senior British Open. His effort on Sunday was also his first top-10 of the year and earned him $124,950 and moved him from 56th to 41st on the money list.

Kenny Perry remains atop the Charles Schwab Cup standings with 2,760 points. Bernhard Langer finished T8 and picked up 60 points and remains second with 2,151 points, 609 behind Perry. David Frost is third with 1,971 points.

After starting the week as the eighth alternate and getting into the field on Thursday after a withdrawal, Ander Forsbrand took full advantage of his opportunity. The native of Sweden finished T5 and by virtue of that finish, he earned a berth in next week’s Greater Hickory Kia Classic at Rock Barn as a top-10 finisher not otherwise exempt. It was the second time he had done so. Last month he finished T4 at the Montreal Championship to earn a spot at the Pacific Links Hawaii Championship.  

Joe Daley posted his first top-10 finish of the 2013 campaign when he finished T8.

Kirk Triplett saw his streak of consecutive holes without a three-putt end at 191 when he three-putted No. 10 on Sunday. It had been the best current streak on the Champions Tour. The longest streak this year in that category was 275 holes by Esteban Toledo earlier this year. Kirk Triplett did run his streak of sub-par rounds dating back to his first round at the Montreal Championship to 11.

Players Battling for Berths in Charles Schwab Cup Championship: With wo full-field events remaining, there are a number of players battling for some of the remaining spots available for the season-ending championship at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, Calif., from Oct. 28-Nov. 3. A year ago, the player in the No. 30 spot had earned $516,619 heading into the season finale. That was after just 23 events. This year there are two additional tournaments on the schedule. So far, through 22 events, 27 players have surpassed that figure. Below is a rundown on the players currently in positions 25-35.



2013 Earnings


Chien Soon Lu



Mike Goodes



Craig Stadler



Dan Forsman



Steve Elkington



Kohki Idoki



Rod Spittle

$435,331 (-$28,526)


Loren Roberts

$416,025 (-$47,832)


Bill Glasson

$408,546 (-$55,011)


Scott Hoch

$403,386 (-$60,471)


Brad Faxon

$398,286 (-$65,571)


The field scoring average was 71.089 on Sunday, a slight increase from Saturday’s average of 70.835. There were 26 rounds in the 60s and 45 sub-par rounds. No. 1 was the hardest hole, while No. 17 was the easiest for the week. It ranks as the easiest on Tour in 2013.

Sunday Tee Times

Tee #1

9:35 AM Bruce Vaughan La Grange GA  72-70 142
  Tom Pernice Jr. Nashville TN  70-72 142
  Bob Tway   Edmond OK 73-69 142
9:45 AM Gene Sauers  Savannah GA 71-71 142
  Mark Wiebe Denver CO 70-72 142
  Loren Roberts Memphis TN 70-72 142
9:55 AM Dan Forsman Provo UT   72-69 141
  Steve Elkington Sydney Australia 70-71 141
  Larry Nelson*  Marietta GA 66-75 141
10:05 AM Mike Goodes Reidsville NC 67-73 140
  Steve Jones Tempe AZ   71-70 141
  Scott Hoch   Orlando FL 72-69 141
10:15 AM Colin Montgomerie*     Perthshire Scotland 71-69 140
  David Eger Charlotte NC 71-69 140
  Gil Morgan Edmond OK 70-70 140
10:25 AM Doug Garwood Stevenson Ranch CA 68-71 139
  Neal Lancaster  Smithfield NC 68-71 139
  Chip Beck   Lake Forest IL 71-69 140
10:35 AM Brad Faxon  Barrington RI  71-68 139
  Esteban Toledo Mexicali Mexico  70-69 139
  Bobby Clampett  Raleigh NC 69-70 139
10:45 AM Tom Byrum Richmond TX 69-69 138
  Peter Senior Queensland Australia  69-69 138
  Brian Henninger   Wilsonville OR 71-68 138
10:55 AM Duffy Waldorf    Northridge CA 68-69 137
  Andrew Magee Paradise Valley AZ 72-66 138
  Bill Glasson Stillwater OK 69-69 138
11:05 AM Gary Hallberg Barrington IL 68-69 137
  Tom Kite*   Austin TX   68-69 137
  Joe Daley  Scottsdale AZ  68-69 137
11:15 AM Anders Forsbrand Ponte Vedra Beach FL  69-67 136
  Kenny Perry Franklin KY 68-68 136
  Craig Stadler Evergreen CO 68-68 136
11:25 AM David Frost  West Palm Beach FL 67-67 134
  Michael Allen Scottsdale AZ 67-68 135
  Olin Browne Tequesta FL 70-66 136
11:35 AM Russ Cochran Paducah KY 66-66 132
  Kirk Triplett Scottsdale AZ 67-67 134
  Bernhard Langer*  Munich Germany 67-67 134

Tee #10

9:35 AM Gene Jones Orlando FL 73-69 142
  Jeff Freeman Windermere FL 73-69 142
  Joey Sindelar Horseheads NY  75-67 142
9:45 AM Kohki Idoki   Hyogo Japan 75-67 142
  Steve Lowery    Birmingham AL  70-73 143
  Tommy Armour III Las Colinas TX 70-73 143
9:55 AM Chien Soon Lu Taipei Taiwan 73-70 143
  Mark O'Meara   Houston TX 73-70 143
  Sandy Lyle*  Perthshire Scotland 77-66 143
10:05 AM Mark Mouland Penarth Wales 66-77 143
  Steve Pate Westlake Village CA 71-73 144
  Bob Gilder   Corvallis OR 69-75 144
10:15 AM Gary Rusnak Santa Rosa Beach FL 74-70 144
  Rod Spittle   Ontario Canada  78-66 144
  Jay Don Blake St. George UT 71-74 145
10:25 AM Larry Mize Columbus GA 71-74 145
  Rick Fehr   Anthem AZ 71-74 145
  Tom Purtzer Scottsdale AZ 72-73 145
10:35 AM Corey Pavin Dallas TX   72-73 145
  Hale Irwin*   Paradise Valley AZ 72-73 145
  Jeff Hart   Solana Beach CA 73-72 145
10:45 AM Skip  Taylor  Flat Rock NC 73-72 145
  Scott Simpson San Diego CA 72-74 146
  Barry Lane England   72-74 146
10:55 AM Wayne Levi Naples FL   73-73 146
  Mark McNulty Orlando FL 73-73 146
  Willie Wood Edmond OK  73-73 146
11:05 AM Jim Rutledge Victoria Canada 75-71 146
  Brad Bryant Lakeland FL  78-68 146
  Jim Gallagher, Jr. Greenwood MS 72-75 147
11:15 AM Mark Bucek Winter Springs FL 72-75 147
  Mark Brooks  Austin TX   75-72 147
  Jim Thorpe Heathrow FL 77-70 147
11:25 AM Roger Chapman Ascot England 73-75 148
  John Riegger Henderson NV 72-77 149
  John Inman Durham NC 78-73 151
11:35 AM Dick Mast   Forest VA   79-72 151
  Bobby Wadkins Richmond VA 75-78 153
11:45 AM Mark Calcavecchia Tequesta FL 77-76 153
  Allen Doyle La Grange GA 84-77 161

Saturday Tee Times

Tee #1

*Denotes World Golf Hall of Fame Member

9:40AM Chip Beck Lake Forest IL  71
  Brian Henninger Wilsonville OR 71
  Brad Faxon  Barrington RI      71
9:50AM Steve Pate     Westlake Village CA  71
  Gene Sauers   Savannah GA 71
  Rick Fehr  Anthem AZ 71
10:00AM Olin Browne   Tequesta FL   70
  Esteban Toledo Mexicali Mexico  70
  Steve Jones  Tempe AZ 71
10:10AM Mark Wiebe     Denver CO 70
  Gil Morgan Edmond OK 70
  Loren Roberts Memphis TN 70
10:20AM Steve Lowery Birmingham AL 70
  Tommy Armour III Las Colinas TX 70
  Tom Pernice Jr. Nashville TN 70
10:30AM Bob Gilder Corvallis OR 69
  Anders Forsbrand Ponte Vedra Beach FL 69
  Steve Elkington  Sydney, Australia 70
10:40AM Bill Glasson Stillwater OK  69
  Tom Byrum Richmond TX 69
  Bobby Clampett  Raleigh NC 69
10:50AM Kenny Perry Franklin KY 68
  Doug Garwood Stevenson Ranch CA  68
  Peter Senior Queensland Australia 69
11:00AM Gary Hallberg Barrington IL  68
  Craig Stadler  Evergreen CO 68
  Tom Kite* Austin TX 68
11:10AM Neal Lancaster    Smithfield NC 68
  Jeff Sluman   Hinsdale IL 68
  Joe Daley Scottsdale AZ 68
11:20AM Kirk Triplett Scottsdale AZ 67
  Bernhard Langer* Munich Germany 67
  Duffy Waldorf Northridge CA 68
11:30AM Mike Goodes Reidsville NC 67
  Michael Allen Scottsdale AZ 67
  David Frost   West Palm Beach FL 67
11:40AM Russ Cochran   Paducah KY 66
  Larry Nelson* Marietta GA 66
  Mark Mouland Penarth Wales  66

Tee #10

9:40AM Colin Montgomerie*  Perthshire Scotland 71
  Jay Don Blake St. George UT 71
  Larry Mize Columbus GA 71
9:40AM David Eger   Charlotte NC 71
  Andrew Magee  Paradise Valley AZ 72
  Jim Gallagher, Jr. Greenwood MS 72
10:00AM Tom Purtzer   Scottsdale AZ 72
  Scott Simpson   San Diego CA 72
  Corey Pavin Dallas TX 72
10:10AM Scott Hoch  Orlando FL  72
  Hale Irwin*  Paradise Valley AZ 72
  Bruce Vaughan La Grange GA 72
10:20AM John Riegger Henderson NV 72
  Dan Forsman Provo UT 72
  Mark Bucek  Winter Springs FL  72
10:30AM Barry Lane England 72
  Wayne Levi Naples  FL 73
  Bob Tway Edmond OK 73
10:40AM Chien Soon Lu Taipei Taiwan 73
  Mark McNulty Orlando FL 73
  Mark O'Meara  Houston TX 73
10:50AM Willie Wood Edmond OK 73
  Roger Chapman Ascot England 73
  Jeff Hart Solana Beach CA 73
11:00AM Skip E. Taylor Flat Rock NC 73
  Gene Jones  Orlando FL 73
  Jeff Freeman Windermere FL 73
11:10AM Gary Rusnak  Santa Rosa Beach FL 74
  Bobby Wadkins Richmond VA 75
  Joey Sindelar Horseheads NY 75
11:20AM Mark Brooks  Austin TX 75
  Kohki Idoki Hyogo Japan 75
  Jim Rutledge Victoria Canada 75
11:30AM Jim Thorpe  Heathrow FL  77
  Sandy Lyle* Perthshire Scotland 77
  Mark Calcavecchia Tequesta FL  77
11:40AM John Inman Durham NC 78
  Brad Bryant Lakeland FL 78
  Rod Spittle   Canada  78
11:50AM Dick Mast Forest VA 79
  Allen Doyle La Grange GA   84

Thursday Pro-Am Results

Morning Pro-Am

First Place Team  (50)
Professional: Barry Lane
Amateurs: Kenneth Kelly, George Wait, Justin Bloch and Bob West

Second Place Team  (51)
Professional: David Frost
Amateurs: Scott Chitty, John Skerchock, Barry Hegwood and Kevin Shebow

Third Place Team  (53, won in a scorecard playoff)
Professional: Steve Elkington
Amateurs: Chris Dias, Trevor Gillis, Pat McKenna and Ossie Hinds

Proximity Awards
Men’s Long Drive Hole 7 – Judson Pope
Closest to the Pin Hole 8 – Dale Pasco

Afternoon Pro-Am Results

First Place Team  (49)
Professional: Larry Nelson
Amateurs: Todd Kisner, Charles Hinchey, Jon Murphy and Dale Denning

Second Place Team  (50, awarded second after a scorecard playoff)
Professional: Jeff Sluman
Amateurs: Mark Perrault, Jay Russelll, Tony Hejna, Andy Fornarola

Third Place Team  (50)
Professional: Chien Soon Lu
Amateurs: Marc Hamer, John Lyon, Jerry Thome, Mike Wilkinson

Proximity Awards
Men’s Long Drive Hole 7 – Chris Elmore
Closest to the Pin Hole 8 – Elaine Beeman
Ladies’ Longest Drive Hole 12 – Judy Emmell


Wednesday Pro-Am Results

Morning Pro-Am

First Place Team  (49, won in a scorecard playoff)
Professional: Mark Mouland
Amateurs: Brad Martin, Elaine Beeman, John Jolly and Judi Emmel

Second Place Team  (49)
Professional: Joe Daley
Amateurs: Larry Price, Rick Stout, Mark Byrd and Steven Paine

Third Place Team  (50)
Professional: Dick Mast
Amateurs: Tod Kisner, Charles  Hinchey, Jon Murphy and Dale Denning

Proximity Awards
Men’s Long Drive Hole 7 – Eric Hunley
Closest to the Pin Hole 8 – Mike Manganillo
Ladies’ Longest Drive Hole 12 – Elaine Beeman

Afternoon Pro-Am

First Place Team  (51)
Professional: Bill Glasson
Amateurs: Jeff Mudd, James Seligman, Charles Mathews, Nick Lisi

Second Place Team  (52)
Professional: Bruce Vaughan
Amateurs: Brent Wells, Clint Plant, Art Gelber, Mike Krampf

Third Place Team  (53, awarded third after scorecard playoff)
Professional: Gene Jones
Amateurs: Pat McKenna, Ossie Hinds, Chris Dias, Trevor Gillis

Proximity Awards
Men’s Long Drive Hole 7 – Keith Janson
Closest to the Pin Hole 8 – Troy Haines
Ladies’ Longest Drive Hole 12 – Kecia Serwin