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Pierre Relecom wins Swiss Open on Challenge Tour
Monday, July 28, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. - It gives us a feeling of pride when players that have played with us are enjoying success in their golf careers. We understand that all we do is set up and run events that attempt to emulate the conditions, situations, and pressures that a player will feel when they are on a bigger stage, but we thrive on creating this environment, doing whatever we can that will help players get better faster.

This week, Krister Eriksson finished T6 in the European Tour Event in Russia, and Justin Hicks birdied 15, 17 and 18 (below) to finish 3rd in the PGA Tour RBC Canadian Open.  more

He finished 6 shots ahead of Brian Anderson and Sunny Kim
Monday, July 28, 2014

WELLINGTON, Fla. – Carl McCauley of Parkland won his second straight start on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a six under par 66 at The Wanderers Club. He got off to a fast start with six birdies on his first eight holes and finished with eight birdies and two bogeys Monday, earning $610 from the $1,880 purse.

McCauley won by six strokes over Sunny Kim, Palm Beach Gardens, and Brian Anderson, Rochester, Ill., who matched par-72s to tie for second among 12 starters. By comparison, last Thursday at Fountains CC west of Lake Worth, McCauley went three extra holes with Jimmy Lytle to win in a playoff at 68.

Next on the Golfslinger schedule: Wednesday, Jacaranda CC-East, P... more

McCauley and Lytle are #1 and #2 on the 2014 Earnings List
Thursday, July 24, 2014

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Carl McCauley of Parkland birdied the third extra hole Thursday to earn his seventh victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. McCauley and Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge tied at three under par 68 on the West course at Fountains Country Club, then played the par-4 18th hole three times. They matched pars and bogeys the first two times, then McCauley two-putted from 20 feet for the winning par on the third try.

In regulation, McCauley made five birdies and two bogeys, Lytle six birdies and three bogeys. McCauley birdied the final hole and Lytle finished with bogey.

Lytle shares the all-time Golfslinger wins record of 39 titles with Justin Peters. McCauley ea... more

Bricker and Elsen both shot 5-under par 67
Tuesday, July 22, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. – Chad Bricker of Waynesboro, Pa., birdied his first extra hole Tuesday at Abacoa Golf Club for his third victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Bricker and Jordan Elsen of Kenosha, Wis., had tied at five under par 67.

Bricker sank a 10-foot putt at the par-4 16th hole for the win. Moments earlier, Elsen nearly sank a chip shot from off the green for birdie. In regulation, Bricker eagled the par-5 second hole, made double bogey at the par-3 fourth hole, then birdied Nos. 5, 6, 7, 11 and 17. Elsen had six birdies and a bogey.

It was the second day in a row that Elsen had finished second on the Golfslinger Tour. He shot 70 Monday at the Champions Club in St... more

His bogey free 65 included 7 birdies and 11 pars
Monday, July 21, 2014

STUART, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach made seven birdies in a bogey-free round of 65 Monday at the Champions Club at Summerfield for his 26th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Smith birdied Nos. 6, 8, 9, three in a row from the 14th and then the 18th. He received $600 from the $1,000 purse, raising his career earnings to $78,597 since October, 2005. He won twice as an amateur before turning pro in January, 2010.

Jordan Elson of Kenosha, WI finished second at 2-under par 70, followed by Justin Dorward of Port St. Lucie at 1-under par 71 in third.

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Brandon Smith tied for 2nd place with Jimmy Lytle at 4-under par 68
Thursday, July 17, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. – Will Coleman of Kensington, Md., fired a six under par 66 Thursday at Abacoa Golf Club for his fourth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour, his first in nearly two years. Coleman received $600 from the $1,885 purse, boosting his career earnings to $28,758 since November, 2010. His last Golfslinger win was in November, 2012, at Boca Raton Municipal. He won back-to-back events in August, 2011.

There were 13 entries in Golfslinger’s 72nd tournament of the year. Three 18-hole events are scheduled next week: Monday, Champions Club, Stuart; Tuesday, Abacoa GC; and Thursday, Fountains CC-West, Lake Worth.

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1st round co-leader Justin Dorward tied for 2nd with Carl McCauley
Tuesday, July 15, 2014

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - Michael Kartrude of Royal Palm Beach, Florida fired his 2nd consecutive 5-under par 67 to win the 3rd GOLFslinger.com Tour Major of 2014 by 3 shots over first round co-leader Justin Dorward and Carl McCauley. It was his third GOLFslinger Tour title.

Playing the Fazio course at PGA National which will host WEB.com Tour finals later this year, Kartrude made five birdies Monday, seven birdies and a double bogey at the par-4 14th hole Tuesday. He received $3,000 from the $10,500 purse, raising his career earnings to $15,234.12 since he joined Golfslinger in June, 2010.

There were 21 players in Golfslinger’s 71st tournament of the year.

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Yesterdays winner Carl McCauley tied for 2nd with Zac Oakley 1 shot back
Thursday, July 10, 2014

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – Derrick Bohannon of Shelbyville, Ky., won for the second time this week on the GOLFslinger.com Tour with a four under par 67 Thursday at the North Palm Beach Country Club.

Bohannon, a seasonal resident of Stuart, won by a shot with five birdies and a bogey, compared to four under 68 Monday on six birdies and two bogeys at the Jupiter Country Club.

He collected $600 from the $1,170 purse to go with Monday’s $625, raising his career earnings to $98,272.75 with 26 victories since joining GOLFslinger in May, 2006. There were eight entries.

Yesterdays winner Carl McCauley tied for 2nd with Zac Oakley 1 shot back

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Amateur Douglas Ebe finished 2nd
Wednesday, July 09, 2014

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Carl McCauley of Parkland survived bogeys on the last two holes Wednesday to score his fifth victory on the GOLFslinger.com Tour, all this year. McCauley fired a one under par 71 at TPC Eagle Trace with four birdies (Nos. 4, 5, 9 and 13) and his first of three bogeys at the 11th hole.

McCauley received $600 from the $1,015 purse, raising his career earnings to $28,195. He has played GOLFslinger regularly since May, 2012.

Amateur Douglas Ebe (a) of Ljunghusen, Sweden shot 74 to finish 2nd and Amateur Jared Carver (a) of Wichita, KS shot 76 to finish solo third. They earned Gift Certificates of $300 and $115 respectively.

There were seven... more

His 68 earned him his 25th GOLFslinger Victory
Monday, July 07, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. – Derrick Bohannon of Shelbyville, Ky., birdied the 18th hole for a one-stroke victory Monday as the GOLFslinger.com Tour resumed play after its summer break. Bohannon posted a four under par 68 with three birdies and a bogey on each nine at Jupiter Country Club. Four players tied for second at 69.

It was his 25th win since Bohannon, a resident of nearby Stuart, joined GOLFslinger in May, 2006, his first since last August. He received $625 from the $2,320 purse, raising his career earnings to $97,672.75. He birdied Nos. 4, 6, 9, 15, 16 and 18, and bogeyed the third and 10th holes.

Eric Cole of Orlando, Mike Kartrude of Royal Palm Beach, FL, Jimmy Lytle... more

Justin at Champions Club on Feb 21, 2014
Thursday, July 03, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. - We were deeply shocked and saddened to hear of the death of our friend, GOLFslinger Tour Member Justin Fonseca, who died in an automobile accident on Friday evening June 20th in East Patchogue, NY.

Earlier today, Steve Etimos, the father of GOLFslinger Tour Member Greg Etimos, who coached Justin during his High School days, passed the sad news on to me. For those of you who did not know Justin, he was a fine young man who will be missed greatly. The Family did indicate that instead of flowers at the wake that a donation be made to the First Tee Program in honor of Justin Fonseca.

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Wilcoxon and Deaner had tied at 3-under par 68
Thursday, June 19, 2014

PALM CITY, Fla. – Kris Wilcoxon of Easton, Md., eagled the first extra hole Thursday to win a playoff between two players who had never won on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Wilcoxon hit his second shot to within a foot at the par-5 17th hole and made the putt to edge Chris Deaner of Dublin, Ohio, after they had tied at three under par 68 on the Osprey Creek course at Martin Downs Country Club.

Each made four birdies and a bogey in regulation. Wilcoxon received $600 from the $1,440 purse, raising his career earnings to $3,203.51 since March, 2011. Deaner, second among 10 starters, collected $400, upping his total to $850. He has made just 10 Golfslinger starts since June, 2007. T... more

Sunny Kim was third with a 3-under par 69
Wednesday, June 18, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. – Eric Cole of Orlando squeezed out a tight victory over one of his closest friends Wednesday for his 18th win on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Cole edged Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta 67-68 when the latter bogeyed the 18th hole at Abacoa Golf Club. O’Mahony missed the green, chipped to five feet and missed his par putt. Up to that point, each had made five birdies.

Cole had finished one group ahead of O’Mahony, a three-time former NCAA II All-America at Nova Southeastern University. Of further coincidence, both started playing Golfslinger in August, 2009. Cole has career earnings of $55,612.46, including $650 for Wednesday’s win. O’Mahony... more

His 5-under par 67 earned him his 2nd GOLFslinger victory
Monday, June 16, 2014

ATLANTIS, Fla. – Michael Kartrude of Royal Palm Beach got his second Golfslinger.com Tour victory Monday, just a few days short of a year after scoring his inaugural pro victory.

Kartrude opened with an eagle at the par-5 first hole at Atlantis Country Club, then added four birdies to turn in 31 and cruised home on birdie at 10 and bogey at 14 for 67, winning by four. He earned $630 from the $2,400 purse.

He has been a Golfslinger regular since January, 2013, winning last June 19 at North Palm Beach CC. In 2010, he won the Palm Beach County Public Links Championship at West Palm Beach GC with 62 the final round.

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Justin Dorward finished solo 2nd with a 2-under par 70
Thursday, June 12, 2014

STUART, Fla. – Chad Bricker of Waynesboro, Pa., won for the second time on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a four under par 68 Thursday at the Champions Club. Bricker made six birdies and two bogeys and collected $540, raising his career earnings to $4,288.20 since February, 2011. His previous victory was on Nov. 8, 2012 at Ocean Breeze GC in Boca Raton.

Justin Dorward of Port St. Lucie was second among five starters with 70 on an eagle at the eighth hole, three birdies and three bogeys. It was his best finish since joining Golfslinger in January, 2013.

Golfslinger plays three 18-hole tournaments next week before taking a two-week summer break: Monday, Atlantis CC; Wed... more

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Village of Pinehurst, North Carolina - 12 players that have played in GOLFslinger Tour Events are playing in the 2014 US OPEN.

2012 GOLFslinger Tour Champion, and 4 time GOLFslinger winner Brooks Koepka, 6 time GOLFslinger winner Brett Stegmaier, Scott Langley, Ken Duke, and Brian Stuard are joined by Nicholas Lindhiem, Daniel Berger, Erik Compton, Matt Dobyns, Rob Oppenheim, Shane Lowry and Keegan Bradley

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Eric Beringer tied for second place with Carl McCauley and Horacio Leon at 4-under par 68
Tuesday, June 10, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. – Wayne DeHaas of Johannesburg, South Africa, fired an eight under par 64 Tuesday at Abacoa Golf Club for his second victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. His previous win was also at Abacoa on June 26, 2008, with a 67. Wayne received $800 from the $3,025 purse Tuesday, raising his career earnings to $11,683.

Eric Beringer tied for second place with Carl McCauley and Horacio Leon at 4-under par 68.

In a separate 36-hole event combining scores from 18-hole tournaments at Abacoa Monday and Tuesday, the winner was Horacio Leon of Santiago, Chile, adding 68 Tuesday for 130. Leon lost a playoff at 62 to Eric Cole of Orlando on Monday. Cole was second Tuesday ... more

Amateur A.J. Morris of Aspen, Colorado finished solo third
Tuesday, June 10, 2014

In a separate 36-hole event combining scores from 18-hole tournaments at Abacoa Monday and Tuesday, the winner was Horacio Leon of Santiago, Chile, adding 68 Tuesday for 130. Leon lost a playoff at 62 to Eric Cole of Orlando on Monday. Cole was second Tuesday on 70-132. Leon collected $750, Cole $600, from the $2,400 pot.

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Cole made 10 birdies plus 2 more in the playoff
Monday, June 09, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. – Eric Cole of Orlando birdied the third playoff hole Monday to claim his 17th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Cole and Horacio Leon of Santiago, Chile, had tied at 10 under par 62 at Abacoa Golf Club.

After they halved the first extra hole with par-4s and the second with birdie-4s, Leon hit his drive into a lake at the par-4 third hole. He still salvaged par with a 25-foot putt. Then Cole sank a three footer for the win. In regulation, Cole made five birdies on each nine (Nos. 1, 12, 4, 6 and 8, then 10, 11, 15, 17 and 18). Leon finished about 20 minutes later with birdies on the last five holes and 11 birdies and a bogey at the par-3 fourth hole altogeth... more

Jordan Elsen finished 2 back at 4-under par 68
Thursday, June 05, 2014

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Beaten in a playoff a day earlier, Carl McCauley of Parkland came back Thursday to win a Golfslinger.com Tour event at Winston Trails Golf Club. McCauley shot six under par 66 to win by two shots. On Wednesday, He had 67 on Jacaranda’s West course in Plantation but lost on the third extra hole to Adam Adams of Coconut Creek.

Jordan Elsen of Kenosha, WI finished 2nd at 4-under par 68. Elsen was the leader in the clubhouse until McCauley, playing in the last group, posted his 66.

It was McCauley’s fourth Golfslinger victory, his third since May 13. He received $600 from the $2,072 purse, raising his career earnings to $26,005 since May, ... more

Adams and McCauley had tied at 5-under par 67
Wednesday, June 04, 2014

PLANTATION, Fla. – Adam Adams of Coconut Creek, making his first start on the Golfslinger.com Tour in 20 months, was the winner Wednesday on the West course at Jacaranda Country Club. Adams edged Carl McCauley of Parkland with birdie on the third extra hole after they tied at five under par 67.

Adams, 57, was a Golfslinger regular for six years, last playing Sept. 26, 2012 before devoting his time to other business interests. He received $500 from the $2,400 purse, raising his career earnings to $20,250. It was his eighth win all-time. McCauley has three Golfslinger victories.

After they matched par-4s on the first two playoff holes, Adams birdied the par-3 third hol... more

Andy Golden finished 3 shots ahead of a foursome at even par
Monday, June 02, 2014

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Andy Golden of Davie won his second straight tournament on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a three under par 69 Monday at The Falls Country Club. Golden had a bogey and a birdie at the third and eighth holes to turn in 36, then birdied Nos. 10, 11, 15 and 18 and bogeyed the 14th to win by three strokes, following up his victory last Thursday at North Palm Beach CC. Since December, 2008, Golden has four wins and earnings of $20,030, including $600 from the $2,000 purse Monday.

Will Coleman of Kensington, MD, Jordan Elsen of Kenosha, WI, Alex Medinis of Ft. Myers, and Marc Turnesa of Rockville Centre, NY tied for second place at even par 72.

The 58th t... more

The will be joined by TOUR players already exempt into sectionals
Friday, May 30, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. - This year the US OPEN is being held at Pinehurst No. 2 in the Village of Pinehurst, North Carolina. The National Championship will be played June 9-15, 2014.

The process of determining the field of 156 players begins with almost 10,000 entrants and proceeds through two stages of qualifying, local and sectional. Players who survive qualifying have a chance to play in a Major, with the biggest names in golf.

This years local qualifying was held at 111 sites across the country between May 2 and May 19. Each local qualifier consisted of 18 holes, with several players, determined by the size of the field, advancing to sectional qualifying.

56 Players wi... more

His 3-under par 68 earned him a 2 shot victory over Carl McCauley
Thursday, May 29, 2014

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – Andy Golden of Davie fired a three under par 68 Thursday at the North Palm Beach Country Club for his third victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour, his second this month.

Golden made five birdies (Nos. 6, 7, 12, 15 and 17) and back-to-back bogeys at 13 and 14. He received $625 from the $2,305 purse, raising his career earnings to $19,430 since December, 2008.

Carl McCauley, who also won twice in May finished solo second with a 1-under par 70.

Golfslinger’s 12th tournament of the month and 57th this year drew 16 starters. Nine events are scheduled in June prior to a two-week summer break starting June 19.

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Mike Bennett, Jason Burstyn and Brandon Smith shot 69 to to tie for 3rd place
Tuesday, May 27, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. – Brad Adamonis of Coral Springs fired a six under par 66 Tuesday at Abacoa Golf Club for his seventh victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. He made seven birdies and a bogey to win by two strokes over Mike Adamson’s four under 68. The win was worth $800 from the $3,900 purse. Adamonis has spent the majority of his professional career on the Web.com and PGA Tours and has one Web.com Tour victory. He has earned $34,128 on the GOLFslinger Tour since February, 2005.

Golfslinger’s 56th tournament of the year drew 27 entries. The final event of the month is scheduled Thursday at North Palm Beach CC. There will be nine tournaments in June prior to Golfslin... more

First round co-leader David Smith finished solo second
Thursday, May 22, 2014

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., made three birdies on each nine Thursday for a final round of six under par 66 to earn his 27th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. At 137 on the East course at Indian Spring Country Club, he won by four strokes over 1st round co-leader David Smith who finished solo second. McCarthy birdied Nos. 1, 3, 5, 13, 16 and 17.

It was McCarthy’s third win in his last four starts on Golfslinger. He received $1,200 from the $4,350 purse, raising his career earnings to $85,093 since October, 2007. Golfslinger’s 55th tournament of the year drew 15 starters. McCarthty is the leading money winner with $15,169.

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Adamonis birdied 18 to get into the playoff
Monday, May 19, 2014

PLANTATION, Fla. – Carl McCauley of Parkland birdied two playoff holes Monday to earn a Golfslinger.com Tour victory on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club. It was his third Golfslinger win. He earned $610 from the $2,010 purse.

McCauley had finished regulation play with bogey on the par-4 18th hole. About 10 minutes later, Brad Adamonis of Coral Springs birdied the 18th to force a playoff at even par 71. McCauley and Adamonis birdied the par-4 16th from 4 and 20 feet. At the par-3 17th, McCauley birdied from 5 feet after Adamonis lipped out from 20 feet. Overall, McCauley made three birdies and as many bogeys. Adamonis had five of each.

Golfslinger’s 54th t... more

Tuesday's winner Carl McCauley tied for 2nd with Jimmy Lytle
Friday, May 16, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. – Andy Golden of Davie won a battle of Broward County players with par-4 on the first playoff hole Thursday in a Golfslinger.com Tour event at Abacoa Golf Club. He edged Jon McLean of Weston after they tied at four under par 68. It was Golden’s second Golfslinger victory following a win in June, 2012 at Indian Spring CC.

Playing late in the day, Golden survived several rains delays with an eagle, a birdie and four bogeys to turn in 37, then birdied Nos. 10, 12, 14, 15 and 17. He two-putted from 40 feet for the win, receiving $640 from the $2,808 purse, raising his career earnings to $18,671 since December, 2008.

McLean was in the first group off ... more

McCauley and Paul Curry had tied at 5-under par 67
Wednesday, May 14, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. – Carl McCauley of Parkland earned his third Golfslinger.com Tour victory Tuesday when his playoff opponent, Paul Curry of Colchester, Great Britain, could not continue at Abacoa Golf Club because of a back injury. McCauley and Curry matched five under par 67s, each scoring six birdies and a bogey. McCauley earned $720, Curry $585, from the $2,880 purse.

In a separate event combining scores from Abacoa and a similar tournament Monday at TPC Eagle Trace in Coral Springs, the winner was Evan Beirne of North Haven, Conn. He had a pair of 71s to win at Eagle Trace and finish fifth at Abacoa, earning $625. There were six contestants who paid an additional entry fee.... more

Jimmy Lytle, Jon McLean & David Smith tied for 2nd at even par 72
Monday, May 12, 2014

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Evan Beirne of North Haven, Conn., survived three bogeys on the inward nine Monday to claim his second victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Beirne posted a one under par 71 at the TPC Eagle Trace to win by a stroke.

After birdies at Nos. 1-2 and 7-8 sandwiched a bogey at No. 6, Beirne turned in 33, bogeyed the 10th hole, birdied the 13th, then bogeyed 14 and 16. He received $600 from the $1,960 purse, raising his career earnings to $6,050.50 since January, 2012. His first Golfslinger title was on Feb. 15 at Fountains CC, Lake Worth.

Jimmy Lytle, Jon McLean and David Smith tied for second at even par 72

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Alex Medinis of Ft. Myers finished 2nd with 71
Saturday, May 10, 2014

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Way Ismail of Port St. Lucie fired a two under par 69 Saturday on the West course at Fountains Country Club to claim his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. He received $540 from the $1,040 purse, raising his career earnings to $2,874. Ismail has played sporadically on the Gulfstream Tour since February, 2006.

Overall Ismail made 5 birdies, a bogey, and a double-bogey, but finished strong with birdies on 16 and 18 to gain the 2 stroke margin over Alex Medinis of Ft. Myers.

Golfslinger has three one-day tournaments next week: Monday at TPC Eagle Trace, Coral Springs, and Tuesday and Thursday at Abacoa GC, Jupiter. There will be a extra event ... more

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Amateur Airik Medinis of Ft. Myers won the first Training Division event of 2014 with a 2 over par 73. He finished 2 shot behind his brother Alex, but would have been solo third in the professional division with his efforts.

The GOLFslinger Training Division is targeted at players that are in the developmental stages of learning to play competitive golf and is offered during selected monthly GOLFslinger tournaments.

The Training Division entry fee is half that of the of the professional event fee, with the winner receiving a gift certificate for an amount not to exceed the cost of entry. Total payout depends on the number of players competing in the Training Division, with... more

Both players shot 69 and birdied the 1st extra hole
Friday, May 09, 2014

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Bobby Bode of Fort Lauderdale two-putted for a par-4 on the second playoff hole Thursday to claim his second victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Bode outlasted Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta after they matched three under par 69s in regulation and birdies at the par-5 first extra hole at The Falls Country Club.

In regulation, Bode made six birdies and three bogeys, O’Mahony five birdies and two bogeys. Both birdied the first hole at the start of the round as well as in the playoff. Bode received $1,000 from the $4,710 purse, raising his career total to $6,365 since June, 2011. O’Mahony collected $750 for a career total of $79,685 since August... more

Eric Cole and Josh Hart tied for 2nd with 69
Tuesday, May 06, 2014

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Tarik Can of New York City fired a four under par 68 Tuesday at Legacy Golf & Tennis Club to claim his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. He got off to a quick start with birdies at the second, third and fourth holes and finished with six birdies and two bogeys.

Can received $925 from the $5,180 purse to raise his career earnings to $3,102 since March, 2012. It was his 14th start on the Golfslinger Tour, his fifth this year.

The 47th tournament of the year drew 35 entries. Next on the schedule: Thursday, The Falls CC, and Saturday, Fountains CC-West, both west of Lake Worth.

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Brian Bartow tied for 2nd with Zack Shriver with 68's
Thursday, May 01, 2014

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., eagled the par-5 fourth hole Thursday enroute to a five under par 67 and his 26th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour, his sixth this year.

McCarthy added birdies at the par-4 eighth and 10th holes, at the par-5 13th and 15th holes, then finished with bogey on the par-3 17th at Winston Trails Golf Club. He received $800 from the $4,144 purse, raising his career earnings to $83,893 since October, 2007.

Brian Bartow of Rye Neck, NY tied for 2nd with Zack Shriver of Marysville, WA at 4-under par 68. Bartow saved his best for last, posting his best finish of the season in his last event before heading back up north.

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Zack Bennardo, Eric Cole, Justin Peters, & Dan McCarthy tied for 2nd
Wednesday, April 30, 2014

STUART, Fla. – Eric Dugas of Brewster, Mass., fired a two under par 70 at The Champions Club on Wednesday for his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. It was his ninth Golfslinger start, five this spring and four in 2013.

After a bogey at the third hole, Dugas birdied Nos. 4, 8 and 9 to turn in 34, then parred the back nine. He earned $800 from the $3,750 purse.

Zack Bennardo, Eric Cole, Justin Peters, & Dan McCarthy tied for 2nd at even par 72.

The 11th tournament of the month and 45th this year drew 25 entries. May’s schedule begins Thursday at Winston Trails GC west of Lake Worth. Golfslinger has conducted 1,123 events since starting in Aug... more

Lytle shot 64 last Thursday at Martin Downs to get into a playoff with Dan McCarthy who birdied the first extra hole
Monday, April 28, 2014

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge fired a five under par 67 Monday at the West Palm Beach Municipal Golf Course to capture his 39th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. That equals the career Golfslinger record held by Justin Peters of Stuart.

Lytle beat Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta by two strokes with birdies at Nos. 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 14 and 15. He made bogeys at the third and 18th holes. O’Mahony shot 69, second among 28 starters.

Jordan Elsen of Kenosha, WI tied for third with Joel Gibbons from Ocala, FL at 2-under par 70.

Lytle joined the tour in July, 2006 and won twice as an amateur before winning on his first start as a professio... more

McCarthy birdied 5 of last 8 plus the 1st playoff hole to win his 25th GOLFslinger title
Thursday, April 24, 2014

PALM CITY, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., birdied five of his last eight holes of regulation and the first playoff hole Thursday to score his 25th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. McCarthy edged Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge after they tied at seven under par 64 on the Osprey Creek course at Martin Downs Country Club.

McCarthy sank a nine footer at the par-4 first hole for the win moments after Lytle had missed his birdie putt from 12 feet. McCarthy collected $900, Lytle $650, from the $4,680 purse. Overall, McCarthy has earned $82,606 since October, 2007. Lytle joined Golfslinger in July, 2006, and has $148,671 and 38 wins.

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Adamonis fired a 5-under par 66
Wednesday, April 23, 2014

PLANTATION, Fla. – Brad Adamonis of Coral Springs fired a five under par 66 Wednesday on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club to claim his sixth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Adamonis made six birdies and a bogey to collect $700 from the $2,740 purse, raising his career GOLFslinger earnings to $25,073.

Brad has spent the majority of his professional career on the Web.com and PGA Tours and has one Web.com Tour victory. He has played Golfslinger sporadically since February, 2005.

Carl McCauley of Parkland finished 1 shot back with a 4-under par 67, followed by Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach in solo third with a 69.

The 42nd tournament of the year dr... more

Bob Friend and Jimmy Lytle tie for 2nd
Monday, April 21, 2014

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Canadian Louis-Pierre Godin made three birdies and a bogey on each nine Monday to turn in his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a four under par 68, winning by two shots.

Godin, 30, of Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, birdied Nos. 2, 5, 6, 10, 15 and 18 and bogeyed the seventh and 12th holes. He received $755 from the $3,380 purse, raising his career earnings to $5,645 since February, 2011.

Bob Friend of Pittsburgh, PA and Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge, FL tied for second at 2-under par 70 followed by David Schuster of New York City in solo 4th with 71.

Golfslinger’s 41st tournament of the year drew 26 entries. Next on the schedul... more

Foley & Silverman birdied the first playoff hole before Foley won on the 2nd extra hole
Thursday, April 17, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. – Kevin Foley of Somerville, N.J., making his first start on the Golfslinger.com Tour in more than two years, won the second playoff hole Thursday for his second victory. It was worth $10,000, more than twice his career earnings of $4,929 in 11 previous starts.

Foley outlasted Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach, Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, and Brad Adamonis of Cumberland, R.I., who have 25, 22 and 5 career Golfslinger victories, respectively. They had tied at five under par 139 at Abacoa Golf Club.

Foley and Silverman matched birdie-4s on the first extra hole, the par-5 17th, and Foley won at the par-4 18th. Foley made three consecutive birdies e... more

Kartrude played in the first pairing of the the Tournament
Monday, April 14, 2014

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Eric Cole of Orlando birdied the last two holes Monday to pull away for his 16th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Cole fired a six under par 66 on the Estate course at PGA National to beat Mike Kartrude of Royal Palm Beach by two shots.

Cole made only one bogey, at the par-3 10th hole, and birdied Nos. 2, 5, 8, 9, 11, 17 and 18. He received $830 from the $4,402 purse, raising his career earnings to $51,629 since August, 2009. Kartrude was second with 68 on three birdies and a bogey on each nine, collecting $625.

Golfslinger’s 39th tournament of the year drew 31 entries. Canadians Ben Silverman and Keegan Tyers did not play. Silver... more

Kyle O'Neill of Chicago tied for third with Will Coleman from Kensington, MD
Friday, April 11, 2014

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Ben Silverman made a four-foot birdie putt during a driving rainstorm Friday to win a Golfslinger.com Tour playoff between two Toronto area golfers on the Estate course at PGA National. Moments earlier, Keegan Tyers missed a six footer at the par-4 first hole. They had tied at five under par 67.

It was the 22nd victory since September, 2010, for Silverman, of suburban Thornhill, Ontario. He received $855 from the $5,975 purse, raising his career Golfslinger earnings to $91,489. Tyers, of Toronto, has made $2,460 since joining the tour in January, 2013, including $600 Friday. He scored his only victory March 24 at West Palm Beach GC.

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Ben Silverman finished solo second
Monday, April 07, 2014

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.C., fired consecutive four under par 67s on the West course at Fountains Country Club to claim his 23rd victory since joining the Golfslinger.com Tour in October, 2007.

McCarthy made five birdies and a bogey Monday, four birdies without a bogeys Tuesday. He birdied the par-4 sixth and par-5 11th both rounds. At 134, McCarthy won by two strokes over Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, receiving $2,000 from the $8,640 purse. McCarhy has career earnings of $81,137 and $11,213 this year.

Silverman, a first round co-leader, was second among 27 starters in Golfslinger’s 37th tournament of the year, posting 66-70—1... more

It is her 4th LPGA Victory and 6th Professional win!
Sunday, April 06, 2014

Lexi has also won on the Ladies European Tour on the GOLFslinger.com Tour when she earned her first professional victory in February 2011. Congratulations Lexi!

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Brendan Barrack of Toronto had tied with Smith at 4-under par 68
Thursday, April 03, 2014

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach birdied the first extra hole Thursday on the Links at Madison Green to win for the 25th time on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Smith edged Brendan Barrack of Toronto, Ontario, who was making just his sixth Golfslinger start and cashing his third check. They had tied at four under par 68. Moments after Barrack saved par-4 from a bunker at the first hole, Smith sank a four-footer for the win.

Following three birdies and two bogeys on the front nine, Smith pulled away with birdies at the 12th, 13th and 14th holes. He received $820 from the $4,216 purse, raising his career earnings to $71,376 since October, 2005. He tu... more

His 2 on the par-4 18th gave him a 2 shot margin over yesterday's winner Carl McCauley
Tuesday, April 01, 2014

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., holed out from the fairway at the 18th hole Tuesday to beat Carl McCauley of Parkland by two strokes at Winston Trails Golf Club. It was McCarthy’s 22nd win on the Golfslinger.com Tour and denied McCauley his second victory in two days.

McCauley had posted six under 66 about an hour earlier when McCarthy slam-dunked a 58 degree wedge shot from 92 yards out for 64 and the win. Earlier in the round, McCarthy had seven birdies and a bogey. McCauley made his eighth birdie of the day at the par-4 18th. He bogeyed the first two holes.

The win was worth $955, raising McCarthy’s career earnings to $78,762 since h... more

McCauley had 5 birdies and a bogey
Monday, March 31, 2014

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Carl McCauley of nearby Parkland scored his second victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a four under par 68 Monday at the TPC at Eagle Trace.

McCauley won by two strokes with birdies at Nos. 1, 4, 9, 10 and 14, and a bogey at the par-4 11th hole. He received $900 from the $4,680 purse, raising his career earnings to $19,245 since July, 2006. He also won on March 11, 2013 at Jacaranda GC in Plantation.

Marc Issler of Toms River, N.J., was second with 70 on three birdies and a bogey.

The 13th and final tournament of the month, and 34th this year, drew 36 starters, including Joey Sindelar from the Champions Tour and his son, Jamie, a Go... more

They had tied at 5-under par 66
Thursday, March 27, 2014

PALM CITY, Fla. – Jamie Sindelar of Horseheads, N.Y., won for the first time on the Golfslinger.com Tour with par-4 at No. 16, the first hole of a playoff. Sindelar edged Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach after they tied at five under par 66 Thursday on the Osprey Creek course at Martin Downs Country Club.

The son of Joey Sindelar, who won seven times and earned $11 million in 25 years on the PGA Tour, Jamie, 24, received $810 from the $4,160 purse, upping his career earnings to $2,725 in 15 starts since last October. He birdied the first two holes, Nos. 7, 8, 9, 17 and 18 and bogeyed the 14th and 15th.

Smith has collected 24 victories and more than $70,000 since joi... more

Jimmy Lytle was solo 2nd with a 4-under par 68
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

ATLANTIS, Fla. – Frank Dully of Salem, Mass., fired a five under par 67 Tuesday to claim his third victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. The head professional at Kernwood Country Club, Dully made five birdies and three bogeys on the first eight holes, birdied 10 and 12, bogeyed the 15th and eagled the par-5 18th to win by a stroke over Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge.

Dully’s previous Golfslinger wins were both in 2007. He received $600 from the $2,794 purse here, boosting his career earnings to $32,053 since December, 2006. Lytle was second among 22 starters with 68 on six birdies and two bogeys, collecting $500.

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Eric Cole, Jimmy Lytle, and Sandro Piaget tied for 2nd with 66
Monday, March 24, 2014

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Keegan Tyers of Toronto fired a six under par 65 on Monday at the West Palm Beach Golf Club to score his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Tyers birdied Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, eagled the par-5 12th, then birdied the 18th to win by a shot over Eric Cole, Jimmy Lytle, and Sandro Piaget who tied for 2nd at 66. Tyers also birdied the 10th and 13th holes but bogeyed 14 and 15.

It was the 42nd Golfslinger start for Tyers, 23, since January, 2013 during which he has had many more scores in the 80s,18, than in the 60s, three. He received $810 from the $4,210 purse, raising his career earnings to $2,862.62.

Golfslinger’s 31st tournamen... more

It was Burstyn first GOLFslinger Tour Victory
Thursday, March 20, 2014

PLANTATION, Fla. – Jason Burstyn of Miami scored his first victory on the GOLFslinger.com Tour with a three under par 68 Thursday on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club. It was his 14th Golfslinger start since June, 2011, his 10th since turning pro last October. He earned $750 from the $3,612 purse.

Burstyn made four birdies and two bogeys on the front nine, opened the back nine with four pars, birdied No. 14 and finished with four more pars. There were five players tied at 69, including Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge, who birdied the 17th and 18th holes, and Eric Cole of Orlando, who bogeyed No. 18. Andy Golden of Davie, Bobby Bode of Fort Lauderdale, and Bobby Tracy rounded... more

Mike Ballo, Jesper Gaardsdal, Jimmy Lytle, Marc Turnesa tied for 3rd at 4-under par 68
Tuesday, March 18, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. – An eagle at the par-5 second hole sparked Mac McLaughlin of Cleveland, Ohio, to an eight under par 64 Tuesday at Abacoa Golf Club and his first professional victory. McLaughlin earned $1,125 from the $6,486 purse, his first check in three starts. He played twice in February and failed to cash a check either day. McLaughlin added to his quick start here with birdies at Nos. 5, 7, 11, 12, 14, 15 and 17. He bogeyed the par-3 13th hole.

Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens, who has 32 Golfslinger titles, was second among 46 players with 67. Kim is second on the tour’s all-time money list with $141,905 since he started in October, 2006.

Mike Ballo, Jespe... more

Beringer played with a mixed bag of borrowed and back up clubs
Monday, March 17, 2014

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Eric Beringer of Philadelphia overcame a double bogey on the second hole with a birdie on the first playoff hole Monday to score his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Playing in the last group of the day on the North course at Fountains Country Club, and with a set of borrowed clubs, Beringer caught Matt Ceravolo of Palm Beach Gardens at three under par 68.

Beringer realized on the way to the course that his clubs were still at Old Marsh in Palm Beach Gardens where he had left them over the weekend to be re-gripped as he traveled to his best friends wedding in Brooklyn.

Since he did not have time to get them, he contacted tour... more

Curran has won 6 times on the GOLFslinger.com Tour
Sunday, March 16, 2014

Jon Curran

Jon Curran has won 6 times and has earned over $21,000 on the GOLFslinger Tour. He also lead the 2013 NGA Tour in earnings.

Read about his WEB.com Tour win here on PGATour.com

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Josh Hart, Bertus Wessels, Jesper Gaardsdal and Sunny Kim tied for 2nd place with 71
Thursday, March 13, 2014

STUART, Fla. – Brandon Smith fired a two under par 70 Tuesday to score his 24th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Smith made five birdies and three bogeys, with a bogey-birdie finish at 17 and 18. He received $1,000 from the $5,719 purse, raising his career earnings to $68,982.

There were 43 starters with four players tied for second at 71, including Josh Hart of Jupiter, Bertus Wessels from Philadelphia, Jesper Gaardsdal and Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens, who has 32 Golfslinger titles.

Three 18-hole events are scheduled next week: Monday, Fountains CC-North, Lake Worth; Tuesday, Abacoa GC, Jupiter; and Thursday, Jacaranda GC-East, Plantation.

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Dan McCarthy finished 2nd with 67, Bo Hoag was solo third with 68
Tuesday, March 11, 2014

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Adam Rainaud of South Hadley, Mass., claimed his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a six under par 66 Tuesday at Winston Trails Golf Club. Rainaud, 27, made six birdies, including the last three holes on the front nine, and did not have a bogey. It was his 14th Golfslinger start since March, 2009, his third this year. He received $865 from the $4,826 purse, raising his career Golfslinger earnings to $2,386.

Dan McCarthy finished solo 2nd with 67 and earned $600, followed by Bo Hoag, who picked up $550 for his 3rd place 4-under par 68.  Nine players tied for fourth at 3-under par 69.

The 26th tournament of the year drew 38 entri... more

Lylte birdied 1st extra hole for his 38th GOLFslinger Tour victory
Monday, March 10, 2014

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge birdied the last two holes of regulation and the first hole of a playoff Monday to win a Golfslinger.com Tour event at the Country Club of Coral Springs.

It was Lytle’s 38th Golfslinger victory since July, 10, 2006, tied for second-most on the Palm Beach County-based mini-tour which began play in August, 2004. He had tied at five under par 66 with Jonathan Orchin of Washington, D.C., and Zach Barlow of Percy, Ill. Neither Orchin nor Barlow has won on the Golfslinger Tour. Lytle had a tap-in for the win at the par-5 first hole. Both Orchin and Barlow missed 10 footers to tie.

Before his big finish, Lytle made four... more

Buttacavoli birdied 9 out of 18 holes
Thursday, March 06, 2014

PLANTATION, Fla. – Michael Buttacavoli of Miami fired an eight under par 64 Thursday to earn his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Playing the back nine first, Buttacavoli, 25, birdied Nos. 10, 14, 15, 18, 2, 3, 4, 7 and 9. He bogeyed the par-4 sixth hole and won by three strokes. Buttacavoli received $760 from the $3,927 purse, raising his career earnings to $4,414. It was his eighth start since July, 2012, his second this year.

Jimmy Lytle finished solo second with a 5-under par 67.

Golfslinger’s 24th tournament of 2014 drew 33 starters. Three 18-hole events are scheduled next week: Monday, CC of Coral Springs; Tuesday, Winston Trails GC, Lake Worth;... more

Dan McCarthy and Mike Kartrude finished 1 shot back at 5-under par 67
Tuesday, March 04, 2014

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Brad Gehl of Carmel, Ind., made four straight birdies on the inward nine Tuesday at Winston Trails Golf Club to score his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

After turning in 34 with three birdies and a bogey, Gehl, 22, birdied Nos. 13, 14, 15 and 16 enroute to a six under par 66 and a one-stroke margin of victory. In just his seventh Golfslinger start, six this year, Gehl collected $725 from the $3,429 purse, raising his career earnings to $1,951.

Dan McCarthy and Mike Kartrude finished 1 shot back at 5-under par 67.

There were 27 starters in Golfslinger’s 23rd tournament of the year.

Next on the schedule: Thursday, Ja... more

Smith, Krister Eriksson, Sunny Kim, and Jimmy Lytle all shot 73
Monday, March 03, 2014

PALM CITY, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach birdied the second extra hole Monday at Hammock Creek Golf Club to capture his 23rd victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Smith sank a 10 footer for the win moments after Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens scored par-5 from 10 feet at the second hole. They had tied at one over par 73 with Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge and Krister Eriksson of Norrkeping, Sweden. Lytle and Eriksson were eliminated with bogeys at the par-4 first hole.

Smith has been playing on the Golfslinger Tour since October, 2005, winning twice before turning pro at the start of 2010. He made two birdies and three bogeys here, earning $800 from the $3,528 purse.more

His 65 was 1 better than Mike Kartrude and Jimmy Lytle
Thursday, February 27, 2014

PALM CITY, Fla. – Chad Gates of Palm City scored his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a six under par 65 Thursday on the Osprey Creek course at Martin Downs Country Club.

It was Gates’ 22nd Golfslinger appearance, all but one of which has come since January, 2012. He bogeyed the par-3 11th, eagled the par-5 13th, and made five birdies. He received $1,000 from the $7,223 purse.

Mike Kartrude of Royal Palm Beach, FL tied with Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge, FL at 5-under par 66, 1 shot better than Nyasha Mauchaza from Harare, Zimbabwe and Zack Shriver of Marysville, Washington who tied for fourth with 67.

It was the 21st tournament of the year a... more

The 8 players have combined for 31 GOLFslinger Tour wins
Thursday, February 27, 2014

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - Justin Hicks, Brooks Koepka, Derek Fathauer, Nicholas Thompson, Alan Morin, Scott Langley, Ken Duke, and Erik Compton are playing in the PGA Tour's Honda Clasic this week at PGA National. Over the years they have combined for 31 GOLFslinger Tour wins. 

What so many people don't know is that on the GOLFslinger Tour we have PGA Tour caliber golf being played 12 months a year in south Florida.

Sixteen out of 30 players advancing through the Honda Classic Pre-Qualfiers last Wednesday and Thursday were GOLFslinger Tour players, including the Medalist from Wednesday at the Fountains, Eric Cole (64), and the Co-Medalists from Madison Green... more

They had tied at 6-under par 65 on Fountains CC West Course
Tuesday, February 25, 2014

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, birdied the second extra hole Tuesday to claim his 21st victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Silverman edged Rob Oppenheim of Andover, Mass., after they tied at six under par 65 on the North course at Fountains Country Club.

In regulation, Silverman eagled the par-5 11th hole and made five birdies and a bogey. He received $1,000 from the $6,302 purse, raising his career earnings to $88,556 since September, 2010. Oppenheim, second among 46 starters, was making just his second Golfslinger appearance. He had seven birdies and a bogey, collecting $725.

Evan Beirne, who won his first GOLFslinger Tour event earlier th... more

Justin Bryant and Dan Obremski were in a playoff last week
Monday, February 24, 2014

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – J.D. Guiney of Ireland scored his first victory on his first start on the Golfslinger.com Tour in a playoff Monday at the TPC at Eagle Trace. Guiney birdied the first extra hole by sinking a 10-foot putt at the par-3 17th. He had tied at two under par 70 with Justin Bryant of St. Louis and Daniel Obremski of Pittsburgh. Coincidentally, Bryant beat Obremski in a Golfslinger playoff last Friday at the Champions Club in Stuart.

John Gerber of Potomac, MD and Jon McLean tied for fourth place at 1-under par 71, 1 shot out of the playoff.

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Eric Cole, Matt Hill, Thomas Buran, Dan McCarthy, Greg O'Mahony, Jordan & Brandon Meltzer, Joe Latowski, Carly McCauley, Charlie Winegardner, Mark Summerville, Brad Tilley, Brandon Smith, Chris DeForest, Evan Harmling, and Matt Doyle
Friday, February 21, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. - 16 out of 30 players advancing through the Honda Classic Pre-Qualfier on Wednesday and Thursday are GolfSLINGER.com Tour Players, including the Medalist from Wednesday at the Fountains, Eric Cole (64), and the Co-Medalists from Madison Green, Matt Hill and Thomas Buran who shot 68.

Dan McCarthy, Greg O'Mahony, Jordan & Brandon Meltzer, Joe Latowski, Carly McCauley, Charlie Winegardner, Mark Summerville, Brad Tilley, Brandon Smith, Chris DeForest, Evan Harmling, and Matt Doyle will join them on Monday, February 24 at Mayacoo Lakes in West Palm Beach, as they attempt to qualify for the four spots available for the PGA Tour Honda Classic.

Congratulations a... more

Joe Latowski (who is playing in the PGA TOUR Honda Qualifier Monday) was solo third
Friday, February 21, 2014

STUART, Fla. – Justin Bryant of St. Louis birdied the first extra hole Friday for his first victory on the Golfslinger.com.Tour. Bryant edged Daniel Obremski of Pittsburgh, Pa., after they tied at three under par 69 at the Champions Club at Summerfield.

In regulation, Bryant had five birdies and two bogeys, earning $1,000. Obremski made an eagle, three birdies and two bogeys. He received $650. Obremski has two Golfslinger wins.

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McLister, Ted Brown, and Brandon Smith all shot 4-under par 68 in regulation
Tuesday, February 18, 2014

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Joey McLister of Leesburg, Va., birdied the first playoff hole Tuesday to win for the first time on the Golfslinger.com Tour. McLister was tied at four under par 68 with two other players on the Links at Madison Green.

In regulation, McLister opened with nine straight pars, bogeyed the 10th, then birdied five of the last seven, Nos. 12, 13, 14, 15 and 17. He received $1,000, raising his career Golfslinger earnings to $3,097. He first played the Tour in March, 2008, but has made only 16 starts altogether, two this week. McLister had a T11 finish last summer on the Web.com... more

Bronkema is second consecutive 1st time winner
Monday, February 17, 2014

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Jeff Bronkema of Plainwell, Mich., fired a six under par 66 on Monday for his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Bronkema edged Justin Peters of Stuart by a stroke on the Estate course at PGA National. Bronkema received $1,000 from the $9,017 purse, raising his career earnings to $3,127 since December, 2011.

Peters, second among 71 players, won his Golfslinger career record 39th event last week. He shot 67 and collected $800.

Saturday's winner Even Beirne tied for third place at 3-under par 68 with Bob Friend of Pittsburgh, PA, Carl McCauley of Parkland and Drew Perry from Charlotte, NC.

It was Golfslinger’s 16th tourn... more

Drew Perry finished 2nd with 4-under par 66
Saturday, February 15, 2014

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Evan Beirne of North Haven, Conn., birdied his first three holes Saturday enroute to a six under par 64 and his first professional victory. Beirne added birdies at Nos. 10, 11 and 14 and won by two shots. Drew Perry of Charlotte, N.C., was second among 73 starters with 66 on three birdies and a bogey on each nine. Making his 21st start since joining Golfslinger in January, 2012, Beirne received $1,000 from the $9,271 purse.

Matt Hill and Greg O'Mahony tied for third place with 3-under par 67's followed by Jason Burstyn of Miami, Jake Katz of Buffalo, NY, Carl McCauley from Parkland, FL and Tyler Kitson of New Providence, NJ in a four way tie for fifth... more

His 8-under par 64 was 3 clear of Greg O'Mahony and Billy Peel
Wednesday, February 12, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. – Justin Peters of Stuart regained the top of the list of winners on the Golfslinger.com Tour with his 39th victory Wednesday. Peters shot an eight under 64 at Abacoa Golf Club, winning by three strokes. He had been tied with Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach, who most recently won a three-round “major” Feb. 4-6 at the Country Club of Coral Springs.

Peters received $1,150 from the $10,575 purse, raising his career Golfslinger earnings to $114,773 since September, 2006.

Tied for second at 67 among the 75 starters were Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta and Billy Peel of Palm Beach Gardens. Eric Cole and Jimmy Lytle tied for fourth, while Evan Beir... more

Eric Cole, Jimmy Lytle, and Felipe Velazquez had already finished at 3-under par 69
Monday, February 10, 2014

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. -- Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., made three birdies on each nine and bogeyed the next-to-last hole Monday enroute to his 21st victory on the Golfslinher.com Tour. At five under par 67, McCarthy won by two strokes over the 47-player field at TPC Eagle Trace. His birdies were at Nos. 3, 5, 8, 11, 15 and 18. He bogeyed the par-3 17th hole. McCarthy earned $1,000 from the $6,110 purse.

Three players, Eric Cole, Jimmy Lytle, and Felipe Velazquez had already finished at 3-under par 69 when McCarthy's approach on 18 ended up in the left fringe 35 feet from the hole. Needing 2 putts to secure the win, Dan drained the putt.

Next on the schedule: Wednesday, Ab... more

LeBrun finished 14-under par, 1 shot ahead of Tyler McCumber and first round leader Chris Scialo
Thursday, February 06, 2014

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach, on the brink of elimination after 29 holes Wednesday, rallied with a course record 61 Thursday to win the first “major” of the season on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

It was his career record tying 38th Golfslinger victory but his first since November, 2011. LeBrun has been playing on the PGA and Web.com tours the last two years. He received $10,000 from the $41,040 purse, raising his career Golfslinger earnings to $116,394.

But he almost didn’t make it. Through 11 holes Wednesday, LeBrun was 2 shots outside the 36-hole cut line for the low 33 percent and ties from the starting field of 76, which fe... more

Adamonis and Katz had tied at 3-under par 68
Friday, January 31, 2014

PLANTATION, Fla. – Brad Adamonis of Cumberland, R.I., sank a 15-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole Thursday to earn his fifth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. He outdueled Jake Katz of Buffalo, N.Y., after they tied at three under par 68 on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club. Each player made six birdies and three bogeys in regulation. Adamonis earned $800, Katz $575, from the $3,810 purse.

Golfslinger’s 11th tournament of the month drew 30 starters. The tour’s first “major” of the year is scheduled Tuesday-Thursday (Feb. 4-6) at the Country Club of Coral Springs. There were 60 entries by Thursday night, assuring a first place prize of... more

Greg O'Mahony finished 2nd with a 5-under par 67
Wednesday, January 29, 2014

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Eric Cole of Orlando birdied the last two holes Wednesday to claim a two-stroke victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour, 65 to 67 over Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta.

Cole eagled the par-5 12th hole and made six birdies and a bogey, closing with birdies at 17 and 18 at West Palm Beach Municipal Golf Course. After a bogey at the first hole, O’Mahony eagled the par-5 10th and made four birdies, none after the 13th hole.

It was Cole’s 15th Golfslinger title. He earned $1,000 from the $6,898 purse. O’Mahony has 18 Tour victories. Finishing second among 57 players, O’Mahony received $700.

Next week on the GOLFslinger To... more

His 5-under par 67 was 2 better than Brad Adamonis and Alfredo Adrian
Monday, January 27, 2014

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., fired a five under par 67 Monday at the TPC Eagle Trace for his 20th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. McCarthy made six birdies and a bogey, at the par-5 15th hole, to win by two strokes. He earned $925 from the $5,270 purse.

Brad Adamonis and Alfredo Adrian tied for second place with 3-under par 69's.

Golfslinger’s ninth tournament of the year drew 34 starters. Next on the schedule: Wednesday, West Palm Beach GC, and Thursday, Jacaranda GC, Plantation.

The first “major” of the year is scheduled Feb. 4-6 at CC of Coral Springs.  At 40 players (40 were registered at 9pm ... more

In regulation they tied at 4-under par 68
Thursday, January 23, 2014

STUART, Fla. – Drew Perry of Charlotte, N.C., made three straight pars in a playoff at the Champions Club on Thursday to earn his second win in the Golfslinger.com Tour. He outlasted Billy Peel of Palm Beach Gardens and Canadian Matt Hill after they tied at four under par 68.

In regulation, Perry made seven birdies and three bogeys and earned $1,000 from the $5,434 purse. Peel and Hill, tied for second among 41 starters, received $612.50 apiece. Peel had five birdies and a bogey at the 18th hole, Hill an eagle, three birdies and a bogey.

Perry’s only win in 10 previous Golfslinger starts was last Feb. 5 on the first playoff hole at the Santa Lucia River Club in... more

Yesterday his indentical twin Brandon won by 1 shot over 4 players
Tuesday, January 21, 2014

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Jordan Meltzer of Melville, N.Y., fired a nine under par 63 Tuesday at Winston Trails Golf Club, just a day after his twin Brandon won the Golfslinger event at the President Country Club in nearby West Palm Beach.

Meltzer finished 3 shots ahead of Greg O'Mahony of Tequesta and 4 shots better than Eric Cole of Orlando, Brad Gehl from Carmel, IN and Joe Latowski of Port Saint Lucie, who tied for third with 5-under par 67's.

Jordan Meltzer received $855 from the $4,572 purse. Both Metlzers played their first Golfslinger tournament back in January, 2007 as 16 year old amateurs.

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Chris DeJohn, Jimmy Lytle, Jon McLean, & Josh Waters tied for 2nd with 69
Monday, January 20, 2014

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Brandon Meltzer of Melville, N.Y., fired a three under par 68 Monday at the President Country Club for his second victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. His previous victory came in a playoff last July 13 at Indian Spring CC in Boynton Beach.

Playing in the last group of the day, Meltzer got it up and down for birdie from 109 yards on 18 to bolt past a foursome tied at 69 among the 35 in the starting lineup.  His final hole birdie from 15 feet (pictured above) was his fourth of the day.

Chris DeJohn of Rocky Hill, Connecticut, Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge, Florida, Jon McLean from Weston, Florida, and Josh Waters from London, England tied for... more

Bob Friend and Thomas Buran tied for 2nd with 69
Thursday, January 16, 2014

PALM CITY, Fla. – Jimmy Hazen of Miller Place, N.Y., fired a four under par 67 Thursday to capture his fifth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Hazen made five birdies and a bogey on the Osprey Creek course at Martin Downs Country Club. He earned $965 from the $5,440 purse. Since first playing on the Golfslinger.com Tour in December, 2005, Hazen has collected $28,322.58.

Thomas Buran of San Francisco tied for second place at 69 with Bob Friend of Pittsburgh. They earned $687.50 each.

The fifth tournament of the year drew 34 starters. Three 18-hole events are scheduled next week: Monday, President CC, West Palm Beach; Tuesday, Winston Trails GC, Lake Worth; and Thur... more

Eric Cole, Krister Eriksson and Zack Shriver tied for second
Wednesday, January 15, 2014

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Canadian Matt Hill fired a five under par 67 Wednesday to beat the largest field in the 11-year history of the Golfslinger.com Tour.

There were 92 starters on the Champion course at PGA National, site of the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic. That exceeded the previous record of 84 entries in 2010 at Abacoa Golf Club in Jupiter. Golfslinger has played 1,082 events since starting in August, 2004.

Hill made three birdies on each nine, at Nos. 4, 6, 8,10,14 and 18, and a bogey at the par-3 15th hole, and won by a stroke over Eric Cole, Krister Eriksson and Zack Shriver who tied for second at 68. Hill earned $1,530 from the $16,100 purse, Cole, Er... more

Silverman edged Justin Peters (who made a hole-in-one) by a shot
Monday, January 13, 2014

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, birdied the last two holes Monday to pull out a one-stroke victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a nine under par 63 at the TPC at Eagle Trace.

Silverman made five birdies on the front and four on the back for splits of 31-32 and got his 20th victory since joining Golfslinger in September, 2010. He earned $950 from the $4,928 purse.

Justin Peters Hole-in-one

Justin Peters of Stuart was second with 64 on six birdies and an ace at the par-3 17th hole. He was second among 39 starters, receiving $625. Peters set the Golfslinger career r... more

His 6-under par 66 earned him a 1 shot victory over Ben Silverman
Thursday, January 09, 2014

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Justin Peters of Stuart claimed his record 38th Golfslinger.com Tour victory Thursday with a six under par 66 on the South course at Fountains Country Club. He had been tied at 37 wins with Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach and Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge.

Peters received $800, raising his career earnings to $109,350.20 since he joined Golfslinger in September, 2006. He made an eagle at the par-5 12th hole and four birdies to edge Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, by a stroke. Silverman finished second among 31 starters with 67 on three birdies on each nine and a bogey. He earned $650.

Golfslinger plays three 18-hole tournaments next week: Monday, ... more

Cole shot 68 for solo 2nd, Jimmy Hazen, Whit Staples & Mark Summerville finished T3
Tuesday, January 07, 2014

JUPITER, Fla. – Charlie Winegardner of Lothan, Md., who won the final tournament of 2013 on the Golfslinger.com Tour, a team event, earned his first individual title Tuesday when he opened the 2014 season with a victory at Abacoa Golf Club.

After opening with 11 straight pars, Winegardner birdied the next four holes and the 17th for a five under par 67 to edge Eric Cole of Orlando by a shot. Cole made two birdies on each nine, Nos. 3, 9, 11 and 17, for 68. Neither player made a bogey as temperatures dipped into the 40s and 50s during the day. Winegardner received $1,125, Cole $730, from the $6,509 purse.

On Dec.19 at Martin Downs in Palm City, Winegardner and Daniel ... more

Eric Cole & Greg O'Mahony finish one back with 58
Thursday, December 19, 2013

PALM CITY, Fla. – Daniel Obremski of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Charles Winegardner of Lothian, Md., combined Thursday to win the Holiday Team Championship, the final tournament of the season on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

They scored an eagle by Winegardner, who holed out at the par-4 10th hole, and 12 birdies on the Osprey Creek course at Martin Downs Country Club. They began at the 13th hole in a shotgun start and were nine under par on their last eight holes for 57. They had only four pars, posting a scramble score of 29 on the front and 28, better ball, on the back.

It was Winegardner’s first Golfslinger win. Obremski had one previous victory, in his second start,... more

Brian Fister, Ben Silverman, and Jimmy Lytle finished tied for 2nd at 70
Tuesday, December 17, 2013

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Mitchell Gregson of Waterloo, Ill., fired a three under par 69 Tuesday to earn his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. He received $1,000 from the $6,057 purse, boosting his career earnings to $2,854. It was his 17th Golfslinger start since December, 2012.

Playing Ironhorse Country Club, Gregson, 26, a former Kansas State University golfer, had a fantastic ball striking day hitting 17 of 18 greens in regulation without a 3-putt. He made birdies at Nos. 6, 10, 14 and 16, with his lone bogey and missed green at the par-4 fifteenth hole.

Brian Fister of Lexington, KY shot 70 to tie for second with Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario and J... more

Ryan Armour, Sunny Kim, Jon Curran, Chris Scialo, Olin Browne Jr, Yohann Benson, Derek Fathauer and Mike Ballo are amongst those advancing
Tuesday, December 17, 2013

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JUPITER, Fla. – The second stage of the Web.com Tour’s Qualifying Tournament concluded November 22nd with 24 players that have played in GOLFslinger Tour events advancing to final stage at PGA West Resort in La Quinta, CA on December 12-17, 2013.

The second stage of Web.com Tour Q-School was contested at 6 venues. Two in Texas, two in Florida, one in California and one in Missippi.

Listed below are players that have played on the GOLFslinger Tour and are com... more

All three shot 2-under par 70 in regulation
Monday, December 16, 2013

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – James Vargas of Miami, making his first start on the Golfslinger.com Tour, was the winner Monday on the second playoff hole at the TPC Eagle Trace.

Vargas, a former top junior golfer and University of Florida player, won with par-4 on the second extra hole after he tied at two under par 70 with Carl McCauley of Parkland and Seth Blann of Bowling Green, Ky.

In regulation, Vargas made two birdies and a bogey on each nine. McCauley also had four birdies and two bogeys. Blann scored three birdies and a bogey on the front and parred the back nine.

Vargas received $1,000 from the $5,735 purse. McCauley and Blann tied for second among 37 player... more

Ben Silverman birdied the final hole to finish 1 shot back
Thursday, December 12, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., the first day’s leader, played it safe the final round Thursday, scoring 64-71—135 at Abacoa Golf Club to win the Golfslinger.com Tour’s Tour Championship.

With Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, already in the house at 136, McCarthy played the final hole conservatively, two-putting from 25 feet for bogey-5 after laying up on his second shot to win by a stroke.

Moments earlier, Silverman was the only player in the 73 man field to birdie the 18th hole, which played into a strong wind, hitting a hybrid to within inches on his second shot. He finished with his second straight 68 for 136.

McCarth... more

Peters, Jimmy Lytle, and Steve LeBrun all now have 37 wins
Monday, December 09, 2013

PLANTATION, Fla. – Justin Peters of Stuart fired a four under par 67 Monday to earn his 37th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. This equals the career record shared by Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach and Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge. LeBrun played on the PGA Tour the past season. Lytle is still a Golfslinger regular, shooting 72 Monday to tie for eighth.

Playing the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club, Peters made six birdies, including three in a row from the 14th hole, and one bogey on each nine. He won by three strokes over a quartet of players who shot 70 to tie for second among 47 starters.

The win was worth $1,000 from the $6,392 purse and raised Peters’ c... more

Sunny Kim and Eugene Smith made hole-in-ones
Thursday, December 05, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Jon Curran of Jupiter and Mike Ballo of Stamford, Conn., combined to birdie 17 of 27 holes Thursday to win the fifth annual Par 3 Team Trilogy conducted by the Golfslinger.com Tour at Jupiter Dunes Golf Club.

They shot 64 with nines of 21-22-21 and won by 3 strokes, earning $650 apiece from the $6,120 purse.

Starting with a scramble format on the back nine, Curran and Ballo birdied Nos. 11, 12, 14, 15, 17 and 18. Next, on the front nine, in modified alternate shots, they birdied the first, fifth, sixth, eighth and ninth holes. Returning to the back nine for a better ball event, Ballo and Curran birdied the 10th, 11th, then four in a row, 13 throug... more

Sunny Kim was solo fourth
Tuesday, December 03, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Hernan Borja of Coral Springs birdied the 18th hole both days for a one-stroke victory at 137 Tuesday in the Golfslinger.com Tour on the Estate course at PGA National.

In an opening round of 65, Borja birdied six holes on the inward nine, Nos. 10, 11, 12, 13, 17 and 18. He matched par 72 the final round with birdies at 5, 8 and 18, bogeys at 3, 4 and 15. Borja earned $1,820 from the $9,975 purse.

Carl McCauley shot 68 to finish in a tie for second with Chris Scialo at 7-under par 138. Sunny Kim was solo fourth at 139. Kim and Scialo are headed to WEB.Com Tour Qualifying School Finals next week.

There was $160 in the Day 2 skins po... more

Hazen and McCarthy shot 4-under par 68 in regulation
Tuesday, November 26, 2013

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Jimmy Hazen of Miller Place won a battle New Yorkers to claim his fourth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour on Tuesday. Hazen birdied the first hole of the playoff from six feet for the win after he had tied with Dan McCarthy of Syracuse at 68 at the Links @ Madison Green.

Hazen had already finished with bogey at 18 when McCarthy birdied the last two holes to tie. McCarthy two-putted the extra hole from 10 feet. In regulation, each made six birdies and two bogeys.

The victory was worth $725 from the $3,509 purse and raised Hazen’s career earnings to $26,070.91 since December, 2005. McCarthy, second among 29 starters, received $550. He ... more

Kenny Leech and Justin Peters finish 2 back
Monday, November 25, 2013

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, fired a four under par 68 at TPC Eagle Trace and won by two strokes Monday for his 18th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Silverman birdied Nos. 2, 3, 9, 13 and 16 and bogeyed the par-4 12th hole. It was his sixth win since mid-September. He earned $930 from the $4,960 purse, raising his career total to $75,774 since he joined Golfslinger in September, 2010.

There were 32 starters in Golfslinger’s 115th tournament of the year. One more is scheduled Tuesday before the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, at the Links at Madison Green in Royal Palm Beach. Play will resume Dec. 2-3 on the Estate course at PGA ... more

Hart, Jimmy Hazen and Scott Turner tied at 2-under par 69
Thursday, November 21, 2013

PALM CITY, Fla. – Josh Hart of Jupiter made a birdie putt from seven feet on the second extra hole Thursday to get his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. With his two rivals looking at par putts – one from inside a foot – after they tied at two under par 69 on the Osprey Creek course at Martin Downs Country Club, Hart birdied and collected $650 from the $2,698 purse, raising his career earnings to $5,093 since February, 2008.

Tied for second among 19 starters were Jimmy Hazen of Miller Place, N.Y., and Scott Turner of Palm City, FL. They received $512.50 apiece. In regulation, Hart had four birdies and two bogeys, Hazen made two eagles, three birdies, th... more

Jimmy Hazen, Jeff Ivall and Mike Meisenzahl tied for 3rd, 1 shot back
Tuesday, November 19, 2013

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Chris Damiano of Jupiter made two-putt pars on two playoff holes for the victory Tuesday in a Golfslinger.com Tour event at Ironhorse Country Club. It was Damiano’s sixth Golfslinger victory. He received $800 from the $4,557 purse, raising his career earnings to $50,707 since October, 2006.

After they tied at three under par 69, Damiano beat out Billy Peel of Palm Beach Gardens, who narrowly missed a 6 foot birdie putt for the win on the first extra hole...then was unable to save his par after missing the green at the second hole, “horseshoeing” an fifteen-footer for par. It was Peel’s third Golfslinger start, all this month. H... more

Leech tied for 1st with Justin Peters and Nicholas Thompson at 3-under par 68
Monday, November 18, 2013

PLANTATION, Fla. – Kenny Leech of Boca Raton sank a 40-foot birdie putt on the first extra hole Monday on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club to claim his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

After they tied at three under par 68, Leech beat out a couple of the Tour’s “heavyweights,” Justin Peters of Stuart, who is one off the Golfslinger record with 36 career wins, and Nick Thompson of nearby Coral Springs, who earned nearly $1 million on the PGA Tour this year.

After Leech birdied, Peters missed a 15 footer to tie and extend the playoff. Thompson who had finished an hour and a half before Leech made his overtime birdie, had left the area ... more

Thompson moves to 10th in the world rankings
Monday, November 18, 2013

Lexi Thompson moved up four spots to No. 10 in the Rolex World Rankings with her win at the Lorena Ocoha Invitational on Sunday.

Thompson made a 5-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole to clinch her second LPGA Tour victory this season, closing with round of 67-69 to secure a 1 shot victory over Stacy Lewis. Lewis, ranked 3rd in the world, is the only American female golfer ranked higher than Lexi.

Lexi has also won on the Ladies European Tour on the GOLFsliner.com Tour when she earned her first professional victory in February 2011.  Congratulations Lexi!

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Hicks won 21 times on the GOLFslinger.com Tour, how many under are you Justin?
Monday, November 18, 2013

Former standout GOLFslinger/Minor League Golf Tour member Justin Hicks shot 67 in the final group at the PGA TOUR OHL Classic at Mayakoba to finish in a tie for 6th place.

His 15-under par total earned him 89 FedEx Cup points, putting him in 30th place in the 2014 FedEx Cup rankings.

Hicks, who has won 21 times on the GOLFslinger.com Tour and twice on the Nationwide/Web.com Tour is now in his third season on the PGA Tour.

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They all shot 4-under par 68 in regulation
Thursday, November 14, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Justin Peters of Stuart parred the second extra hole Thursday at Abacoa Golf Club to earn his 36th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. That’s one short of the Golfslinger career record of 37 wins shared by Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach and Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge. LeBrun has played on the PGA and Web.com tours the last few years.

Peters outlasted Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta and Chris Damiano of Jupiter after they tied at four under par 68. O’Mahony, a former two-time NCAA Division II All-America at Nova Southeastern University, has 18 wins since turning pro in August, 2009. Damiamo has played Golfslinger since October, 2006, winning five... more

Chris Scialo shot 68-65 to finish solo 2nd
Tuesday, November 12, 2013

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, made five birdies Monday and five on each nine Tuesday enroute to his 17th win in just over three years on the Golfslinger.com Tour. He shot 67-63—130 on the South course at Fountains Country Club and won by three strokes. It was his second victory this month and was worth $2,000 from the $10,230 purse. Silverman has earned $74,574 since joining Golfslinger in September, 2010.

Playing in the group in front of Silverman, Chris Scialo from New York birdied the last 2 holes to put some pressure on Silverman who responded with a birdie, birdie finish himself.

Golfslinger’s 110th tournament this year drew... more

Derek Fathauer and Ben Silverman also shot 63
Thursday, November 07, 2013

ATLANTIS, Fla. – Ian Thimble of Hyde Park, Mass., who wasn’t even close in two previous starts on the Golfsinger.com Tour, was the winner Thursday with a birdie on the first playoff hole at Atlantis Country Club.

Thimble edged Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, and Derek Fathauer of Jensen Beach, who played the PGA Tour in 2009 and the Web.com Tour in 2012 & 2013, after they tied at nine under par 63. Thimble won with birdie at the par-3, 100-yard 10th hole. In regulation, each player made an eagle and seven birdies, but no bogeys.

Called the “59 Challenge,” the tournament would have awarded a $1,000 bonus to be spilt amungst players who shot ... more

Carl McCauley & Dan McCarthy shot 5-under par 67
Wednesday, November 06, 2013

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Bo Hoag of Columbus, Ohio, claimed his first Golfslinger.com Tour victory Wednesday with a six under par 66 at the West Palm Beach Golf Club. Making his 13th start since Nov. 21, 2011, Hoag made four birdies and a bogey on each nine for 32-34 and won by a shot on the municipal course listed at 35-37—72.

A former All-America selection at Ohio State University, Hoag received $700 from the $3,775 purse. This raised his career Golfslinger earnings to $3,332 in 13 starts.

Carl McCauley of Parkland tied for second place with 2013 GOLFslinger leading money winner Dan McCarthy at 5-under par 67. 

The 108th tournament of the seaso... more

Michael Midgette shot 71 for solo 2nd place
Monday, November 04, 2013

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, won his second straight start on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a four under par 68 Monday at the TPC Eagle Trace. He birdied the last two holes on each nine and overall made five birdies and a bogey to win by three shots. It was Silverman’s 16th Golfslinger victory since September, 2010, including last Thursday (Oct. 31) at Winston Trails GC west of Lake Worth. He earned $570 from the $1,585 purse here, raising his career total to $71,838 in three years.

Golfslinger’s 107th tournament of the year drew 12 starters. Next on the schedule: Wednesday, West Palm Beach GC, and Thursday, Atlantis CC.

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Sunny Kim and Smith both shot 6-under par 66
Saturday, November 02, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach birdied the second extra hole Friday for his 22nd victory in eight years on the Golfslinger.com Tour, his second this week.

Smith outlasted Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens after they tied at six under par 66 on the Estate course at PGA National. Smith also shot 66 on the nearby Fazio course to win Tuesday.

Neither made a bogey here, each scoring six birdies. On the first extra hole, the par-4 first, Smith birdied from seven feet, Kim from five. Both also birdied the opening hole of regulation. On the second, Smith hit his approach to within two feet and birdied for the win. He earned $775, Kim $625, from the... more

Silverman and Justin Peters were the only players in the field to break 70
Thursday, October 31, 2013

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, closed out October on the Golfslinger.com Tour with an eight under par 64 Thursday at Winston Trails Golf Club for his 15th victory.

Silverman, 26, eagled the par-5 fourth hole and added three birdies on each nine, at Nos. 6, 7, 9, 13, 15 and 16. He received $630 from the $2,610 purse, raising his career earnings to $71,268 since September, 2010.

Justin Peters was solo 2nd with 67, three players tied for third place with 70.

The 105th tournament of the year drew 18 starters. Starting Friday on the Estate course at PGA National, there are 11 tournaments in November and seven more in December.

T... more

Olin Browne, Jr finished 2nd with 67, Chris Scialo 3rd with 68
Tuesday, October 29, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach fired a six under par 66 on the Fazio course at PGA National, winning by a stroke Tuesday for his 21st victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

He received $700 from the $3,450 purse, raising his career earnings to $63,668 since January, 2010. He played the tour as an amateur from October, 2005 through the end of 2009, winning twice.

Olin Browne Jr. of Hobe Sound shot 67 and was second by a stroke among 23 starters in Golfslinger’s 104th tournament of the year. Chris Scialo of New City, N.Y., was another shot back at 68. Browne got $580, Scialo $510.

Smith made five birdies on the front, Briowns fo... more

Come play Atlantis Country Club on November 7th, 2013 from around 5,500 Yards! $1,000 added in bonus to be split among players who shoot 59 or better
Thursday, October 24, 2013

By Jay Slazinski

ATLANTIS, Fla - This year on the PGA Tour Jim Furyk made 11 birdies and holed out for eagle on the par-4 15th hole at Conway Farms Golf Club in the second round of the BMW Championship. He made a 3-footer at the par-4 ninth hole, his final hole, to shoot 12-under 59.

On the GOLFslinger Minor League Golf Tour we have had a few close calls with 59, Pierre-Henri Soero, Terry Burke, and Justin Peters all shot 61 as they set new course records at Fountains Country Club, President Country Club, and Florida Club respectively.

Since 2004 a dozen 62's have been shot on the GOLFslinger/Minor League Golf Tour. Dan McCarthy and Ben Silverman both fired 62... more

Amateur Will Davenport, Dan McCarthy, & Brandon Smith tied for third place with 67
Thursday, October 24, 2013

PALM CITY, Fla. – Ryan Armour of Jupiter birdied five holes on the inward nine for a come-from-behind Golfslinger.com Tour victory Thursday on the Osprey Creek course at Martin Downs Country Club.

After Eric Cole of Orlando made five birdies on the front to lead at the turn, Armour rallied with birdies at Nos.10, 13, 14, 15 and 17. He bogeyed the 11th and edged Cole 65-66. Cole birdied 2, 6, 7, 8 and 9 but finished bogey-birdie-bogey.

With his eighth win since November, 2009, Armour earned $600 from the $2,700 purse. Cole, second among 27 starters, received $500. Cole lost in a playoff and was second in two Golfslinger events earlier this week.

Dan McCarthy t... more

McCarthy, Carl McCauley, Eric Cole & Derek Fathauer all shot 69
Tuesday, October 22, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., sank a 15-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole Tuesday to earn his 18th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. The win came exactly six years after McCarthy made his Golfslinger debut, Oct. 22, 2007 at nearby Abacoa Golf Club. He collected $765 from the $3,920 purse here, raising his career earnings to $56,405.

McCarthy outlasted three Floridians who also scored 69 on the Palmer course at PGA National, carding five birdies and two bogeys. Carl McCauley of Parkland and Eric Cole of Orlando both bogeyed the par-4 first extra hole. Derek Fathauer of Jensen Beach was left with a par putt at the par-3 second when McC... more

Eric Cole finished 1 shot back with a 6-under par 66
Monday, October 21, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Chris Scialo of New City, N.Y., made up two strokes on the final hole Monday to earn his fifth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour, edging Eric Cole of Orlando by a shot, 65 to 66, at Abacoa Golf Club. Scialo birdied the par-4 18th hole, his eighth of the day. He had one bogey and collected $750 from the $4,000 purse, raising his career earnings to $20,430 since he joined Golfslinger in November, 2010.

About a half-hour earlier, Cole, son of former touring pros Bobby Cole and Laura Baugh Cole, bogeyed the 18th hole, his only error of the day, after scoring five birdies on the front nine and an eagle at the par-5 10th hole. Cole received $575. Since joining Go... more

Bob Friend finished 1 shot out of the playoff at 13-under par
Thursday, October 17, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, didn’t make a bogey in 36 holes but still needed a 37th hole Thursday to score his 14th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Silverman sank a 15-inch birdie putt on the first extra hole, the par-4 first on the Estate course at PGA National, to edge Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., who rimmed out a 15 footer. They had tied at 14 under par 130.

McCarthy was the first round leader with 62, making four birdies on each nine and an eagle at the par-5 18th. He had five birdies and a bogey the final round for 68. Silverman shot 66-64 with six birdies Wednesday, eight Thursday.

Silverman received $1,... more

Colin Neeman shot 68 for a solo 2nd place finish
Monday, October 14, 2013

PLANTATION, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., made five birdies on the front nine Monday and held on for his 18th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. At five under par 66, he beat Collin Neeman of Waterloo, Ill., by two strokes on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club. Overall, McCarthy made six birdies and a bogey and earned $600 from the $1,950 purse. Neeman shot 68 and was second among 15 starters in Golfslinger’s 99th tournament of the year. He received $500.

Golfslinger play resumes with a 36-hole tournament Wednesday and Thursday on the Estate course at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens.

There was $50 in the skins pot with 5 skins out worth $10 ea... more

There are 8 more first stage events to be contested during the next two weeks
Sunday, October 13, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. - Congratulations to the 20 Players with GOLFslinger Tour experience who moved forward to the second stage of WEB.com Tour Qualifying.  Click on the link below to go to the PGATOUR.com schedule and results for 2014 WEB.com Tour Qualifying. 

2014 WEB.com Tour Qualifying Schedule and Results

Quail Valley-Vero Beach,FL

Daniel Berger
Sunny Kim
Chris Scialo
Jamie Sindelar
Johnny Delprete
Olin Browne
Greg O'Mahony
Derek Fathauer
Ben Silverman
Jon Mclean
Mart... more

GOLFslinger.com Tour winner Lexi Thompson Leads LPGA Tour Event in Malaysia
Saturday, October 12, 2013

SAN MARTIN, Calif. – After ending 2012 with a victory (on December 19th) in the GOLFslinger Tour Championship, Brooks Kopeka has had quite a year in 2013.

Brooks won twice on the GOLFslinger Tour in March 2013, before going to Europe and winning 3 times on the Challenge Tour. He won the Montecchia Golf Open in May, and the Fred Olsen Challenge de Espana and the Scottish Hydro Challenge in June, earning him an automatic spot on the European Tour for the remainder of the season.

The battle field promotion to the European Tour earned him a spot in the 2013 British Open Championship AND garnished enough attention to get a special exemption into the PGA Championship at O... more

Eric Cole finished 2nd with 67, Mark Purrington was 3rd with 68
Thursday, October 10, 2013

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Bobby Bode of Fort Lauderdale earned his first Golfslinger.com Tour victory Thursday, scoring a five under par 66 on the North course at Fountains Country Club. Bode made birdies at Nos. 1, 5, 6, 13 and 15 and did not make a bogey. He received $600 from the $1,950 purse.

Eric Cole of Orlando continued his strong play this week, finishing second among 15 starters with 67 on five birdies and a bogey. Cole was a Golfslinger winner Monday at Weston Hills CC and was second Tuesday at Abacoa GC. He collected $500.  Mark Purrington of Dartmouth, MA had his best GOLFslinger finish (solo 3rd) of 2013 with a 3-under par 68.

This was Golfslinger’s ... more

Yesterday's winner Eric Cole finished 2nd with 68
Tuesday, October 08, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach birdied the last two holes Tuesday to claim victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour at Abacoa Golf Club. Smith made six birdies in a bogey-free round of 66 and earned $650 from the $2,818 purse.

Eric Cole of Orlando was second among 22 players, shooting 68, also without making a bogey. Cole was the winner against a smaller field Monday at Weston Hills CC in Weston. He beat 10 other players with a two under par 70.

Golfslinger play resumes Thursday on the North course at Fountains CC west of Lake Worth.

There was $90 in the skins pot with 5 skins out worth $18 each

1- Whit Staples
7- Scott Turner
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Cole recently advanced to second stage of European Tour Qualifying School
Monday, October 07, 2013

WESTON, Fla. - Eric Cole of Orlando made 4 birdies on his way to a 2-under par 70 and his 7th victory of 2013. Playing the Tour course at Weston Hills, Cole shot 34-36 to win by 3 shots over Hector Zapata of Weston.

Cole, was recently was in Lisbon, Portugal with Greg O'Mahony at the first stage of European Tour Qualifying School. Both players advanced to the next stage with Greg O'Mahony finishing T9 and Eric Cole T11. Cole is currently third on the 2013 GOLFslinger Tour money list and O'Mahony fourth.

This week there are two first stage WEB.com Tour Qualifiers in Florida at Quail Vally GC in Vero Beach and at Grasslands Golf and CC in Lakeland. 

The G... more

10 years, 1,000+ events, over $5,000,000 paid out
Friday, October 04, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - On Wednesday afternoon Eric Cole finished 2nd in the GOLFslinger/Minor League Golf Tour event at PGA National's Palmer course.  His 67 earned him $700, and increased the all time GOLFslinger/Minor League Golf Tour to payout $5,000,543 dollars.

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Jake Katz, Sunny Kim, and Chris Scialo tied for second with 65
Thursday, October 03, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Justin Peters of Stuart made four birdies on each nine Thursday to earn a Golfslinger.com Tour victory on the Estate course at PGA National. Peters birdied Nos. 3, 4, 5, 9, 13, 14, 15 and 18 for an eight under par 64. He earned $835 from the $4,560 purse.

Three players from New York, Jake Katz, Sunny Kim, and Chris Scialo tied for second place with 7-under par 65, earning $525 each.

Three events are scheduled next week: Monday, Weston Hills CC, Weston; Tuesday, Abacoa GC, Jupiter; and Thursday, Fountains CC-North, Lake Worth.

There was $160 in the skins pot with 4 skins out worth $40 each

8- Ben Silverman
9- Justin Pet... more

Eric Cole fiished 1 shot back with 68
Tuesday, October 01, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Bob Friend of Pittsburgh, Pa., making his first start of the Golfslinger.com Tour, was the winner Tuesday with a five under par 67 on the Palmer course at PGA National.

Trying to keep his game sharp for a bid later this year to qualify for the 2014 Champions Tour, Friend birdied Nos. 7, 9, 14, 17 and 18. He did not make a bogey and earned $900 from the $5,330 purse.

Eric Cole of Orlando also made five birdies but bogeyed once. He was second among 41 starters, receiving $700.

There was $170 in the skins pot with 4 skins out worth $42.50 each

1- Eric Cole
13- Matt Hill
15- Ryan Armour
16- Matt Dubrowskimore

Chris Scialo and Matt Hill finished 1 back with 66
Monday, September 30, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach made four birdies on each nine Monday enroute to a seven under par 65 at the Jupiter Country Club for his 19th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Smith birdied the first, fourth, sixth holes, bogeyed the eighth and finished with birdies at Nos. 9, 10, 11, 15 and 17. He earned $900 from the $4,685 purse.

The 91st tournament of the year drew 36 starters. Two more events are scheduled this week, both at PGA National, the Palmer course Tuesday and the Estate course Thursday.

There was $150 in the skins pot with 4 skins out worth $37.50 each

2- Jesse Larson
3- Sunny Kim
11- Scott Turner
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Curran picks up $6,000 for his Major 4 Victory
Thursday, September 26, 2013

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – John Curran of Jupiter earned his sixth win on the Golfslinger.com Tour when he won the fourth “major” this season. Curran shot 68-65 on the Links course at Bear Lakes Country Club with seven birdies and three bogeys Wednesday, eight birdies and a bogey Thursday.

He earned $6,000 from the $17,620 purse. There were 37 starters.

There was $170 in the Day 2 Skins Pot with 3 skins out worth $56.67 each.

8- Whit Staples 11- Ben Silverman (Eagle) 12- Scott Turner

Defending Champ Ben Silverman's 6-under par 66 leads Major 4 by 1
Monday's winner Olin Browne, Dan McCarthy & ... more
Sunny Kim and Dan McCarthy tied for 4th with 68
Monday, September 23, 2013

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Olin Browne Jr. of Hobe Sound fired a 6-under par 65 on Monday to win for the 2nd time on the GOLFslinger-Minor League Golf Tour. Playing Mayacoo Country Club, a perennial Monday Quailfying site for the PGA Tour's Honda Classic, Browne made 8 birdies and a double bogey.

PGA Tour winner Marc Turnesa of Jupiter, tied for 2nd place with Zac Oakley of Lewes, DE.   Oakley had 4 birdies and no bogeys, Turnesa, 3 bogeys and 7 birdies, including birdies on 16, 17 and 18.

Olin Browne Sr. won four times on the Nationwide Tour and had three PGA Tour wins before joining the Champions Tour. He was an assistant captain for the U.S. Ryder Cup tea... more

McCarthy wins playoff over Robert De Biase and yesterday's winner Ben Silverman
Thursday, September 19, 2013

PLANTATION, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., birdied his 1st and 4th playoff holes to win a Golfslinger.com Tour event Thursday at Jacaranda Golf Club. Playing the West course, he birdied Nos. 7,9,14,16,18 with a lone bogey on the thirteenth hole.

McCarthy has been on a winning streak this month with 4 wins in the last five events.

Yesterday's winner Ben Silverman and Robert De Biase of Venezuela also shot 68. Silverman, who shot 62 at North Palm Beach CC on Wednesday, continued his torrid pace on the opening nine with 32 before finishing with a even par 36 on the back nine. He was eliminated on the first extra hole when Robert De Biase and Dan McCarthy both m... more

Dan McCarthy finished 2nd with 65, ending his 3 event win streak
Wednesday, September 18, 2013

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, fired a nine under par 62 Wednesday at North Palm Beach Country Club to win for the 13th time on the Golfslinger.com Tour. He received $800 from the $4,200 purse, raising his career total to $67,351 since September, 2010.

Silverman’s effort also ended Dan McCarty’s three-tournament winning streak. McCarthy, of Syracuse, N.Y., finished second with 65, equaling his best winning score of his recent surge, on Sept. 10 at Abacoa GC. He also won Sept. 13 at The Falls CC (68) and Monday at TPC Eagle Trace (66).

Silverman finished well with 29 on the inward nine on an eagle at the par-5 13th hole and b... more

McCarthy birdied 2nd extra hole
Monday, September 16, 2013

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., birdied his second playoff hole Monday at the Tournament Players Club at Eagle Trace for his third straight victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

McCarthy beat Chris Scialo of New City, N.Y., after they tied at six under par 66. Scialo birdied all four par-5 holes and finished with four straight birdies. McCarthy, in the final threesome and completing his round about a half-hour after Scialo, bogeyed the 18th.

In the playoff, they matched par-4s on the first hole. At the par-4 second, Scialo missed a six-footer for par, then McCarthy sank a five-foot birdie putt for the win. In regulation, each made seven birdies a... more

12 First Stage Events Nationwide in October begining on October 8th
Monday, September 16, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. - Congratulations to the 29 Players with GOLFslinger Tour experience who moved forward to the first stage of WEB.com Tour Qualifying.  Click on the link below to go to the PGATOUR.com schedule and results for 2014 WEB.com Tour Qualifying. 

2014 WEB.com Tour Qualifying Schedule and Results

West Palm Beach, FL
Evan Beirne
Ben Silverman
Zac Oakley
Chris Scialo
Justin Dorward
Jason Burstyn
Scott Turner
Kevin McLister
Josh Hart
Collin Neeman
Jeff Ivall
Drew Deimel
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Alfredo Adrian of Venezula, Eric Cole of Orlando, Will Coleman of Kensington, MD and Sunny Kim from New York tied for second place with 3-under par 69
Friday, September 13, 2013

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., won his second straight Golfslinger.com Tour tournament Friday with a bogey-free four under 68 at The Falls Country Club. McCarty made two birdies on each nine, at Nos. 1, 8, 13 and 15.

McCarthy received $725 from the $2,560 purse, raising his career earnings to $48,317 since he joined Golfslinger in October, 2007. He also won Tuesday at Abacoa GC in Jupiter and has 14 tour victories overall.

Alfredo Adrian of Venezula, Eric Cole of Orlando, Will Coleman of Kensington, MD and Sunny Kim from New York tied for second place with 3-under par 69.

There were 16 starters in Golfslinger’s 87th tournament of the... more

Eric Cole, Jon Curran, and Sunny Kim tied for third with 69
Tuesday, September 10, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., fired a seven under par 65 Tuesday at Abacoa Golf Club to earn his 13th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. A mid-round surge paid off as McCarthy birdied the ninth and 10th holes and eagled the par-4 11th. He also birdied Nos. 3, 14 and 16 and did not make a bogey. McCarthy received $700 from the $3,894 purse, raising his career earnings to $47,592 since he joined Golfslinger in October 2007.

In a separate 36-hole event, three local players tied at seven under par 137. Earning $375 apiece were Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens, Jon Curran of Jupiter and Derek Fathauer of Jensen Beach. The field was comprised of 13 players who h... more

Olin Browne, Dan McCarthy and Whit Staples tied for 3rd with 67
Monday, September 09, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Ryan Armour of Jupiter fired a seven under par 65 Monday at Abacoa Golf Club for his seventh victory since joining the Golfslinger.com Tour in November, 2009. He received $1,125 to raise his career earnings to $30,482.

Armour edged D.J. Lantz of New London, N.H., by a shot with birdies on the first four holes, four more on the back nine and a bogey at No.18. Lantz, second among 32 starters, shot 66 on seven birdies and a bogey at the fourth hole. He collected $925.

Another one-day tournament is scheduled Tuesday at Abacoa. There were 34 entries by late Monday including 13 who had played Monday and added $100 in for a cumulative 2-Day event. The latter... more

Sunny Kim and Dan McCarthy tied for third with 66
Thursday, September 05, 2013

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Zac Oakley of Lewes, Del., beat Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach by a shot Thursday, 64 to 65, for his sixth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Each made seven birdies on the West course at Fountains Country Club, the difference being Smith’s bogey at the par-3 16th hole.

Oakley birdied Nos. 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 15 and 17. He received $900 from the $5,322 purse, raising his career earnings to $39,491 since November, 2006. Smith, second among 38 starters, had four birdies in a row starting at the ninth hole. Two of his 18 Golfslinger wins came before he turned pro in 2010. He collected $640.

Sunny Kim and Dan McCarthy finished tied for third pl... more

Both players shot -1 under par on the front nine
Friday, August 30, 2013

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Eric Cole of Orlando rallied past Marc Turnesa of Rockville Centre, N.Y., for a one-stroke victory Thursday in a Golfslinger.com Tour event at Breakers Rees Jones.

Cole edged Turnesa 65-66 with an eagle at the par-5 10th hole and three birdies on the next four holes, then a final birdie at the 18th. Earlier in the day, Turnesa made six birdies on the back nine, four in a row, but bogeyed the 18th.

It was Cole’s 13th Golfslinger victory since August, 2009. He received $800 from the $3,700 purse, raising his career earnings to $33,354. Turnesa, who beat Matt Kucher by one shot to win the 2008 PGA TOUR Shriners Hospital Open, has made only ... more

Johnny Bloomfield and Brandon Smith tied for 2nd with 70
Wednesday, August 28, 2013

PLANTATION, Fla. – Scott Turner of Palm City won his third straight Golfslinger.com Tour event Tuesday with a three under par 68 on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club. Turner had four birdies, at Nos. 1, 5, 14 and 15, and bogeyed the par-3 third hole to beat Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach and Johnny Bloomfield of Davie by two shots.

The Golfslinger record is five straight titles held by Jimmy Jones, set in November and December, 2004, the Tour’s first year. Jones is currently tournament director for the Golfslinger Tour, which has staged 1,036 events since August, 2004, 81 this year.

It was Turner’s eighth win since he first played Golfslinger in Ju... more

Eric Cole was 2nd with 67, Mike Kartrude 3rd with 68, and Tim Cantwell 4th with 69
Monday, August 26, 2013

WELLINGTON, Fla. – Scott Turner of Palm City shot his second straight bogey-free six under par 66 on the Golfslinger.com Tour and won for the second straight time Monday at The Wanderers Club.

After birdies at Nos. 1, 3 and 7, Turner finished with three birdies in a row, at 15, 16, and 17, receiving $750 from the $3,000 purse. Turner also won last Thursday on the Links course at Bear Lakes Country Club. He has seven victories and earnings of $36,174 since joining Golfslinger in June, 2005.

Golfslinger’s 80th tournament of the year drew 20 starters. Two more 18-hole events are scheduled this week: Tuesday, Jacaranda GC-East, Plantation, and Thursday, Breakers Re... more

Armour shot 64 on Wednesday to win by 4
Friday, August 23, 2013

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Scott Turner of Palm City played a bogey-free round of golf Thursday on the Links course at Bear Lakes Country Club to win for the sixth time on the Golfslinger.com Tour. He shot 66 to win by a stroke with birdies at Nos. 3, 5, 6, 7, 12 and 15.

Ryan Armour of Jupiter, who has won twice in the past 10 days, bogeyed the 18th hole to finish at 67, second among 33 starters. Earlier in the day, Armour made an eagle and four birdies. Olin Browne of Hobe Sound, Florida was third with 69. Four players tied for fourth with 70.

Turner earned $1,240, Armour $1,000, Browne $825, from the $5,940 purse. 

Golfslinger has three 18-hole tournamen... more

His 7-under par effort was in strong winds and 4 clear of Justin Peters who finished 2nd with 68
Wednesday, August 21, 2013

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – Ryan Armour of Jupiter eagled the 13th hole Wednesday at North Palm Beach Country Club to top off a seven under par 64 and earn his sixth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Armour made six birdies and a bogey on the first 11th holes, won by four shots and earned his second win in the last nine games. He equaled the modern course record of seven under par 64, first shot by Adam Betz in a GOLFslinger MLGT event on May 8, 2009.  One of Palm Beach County’s oldest golf courses, dating back to the 1920s, North Palm Beach Country Club was extensively remodeled by Jack Nicklaus and reopened in 2006.

Armour also won a 2-Day GOLFslinger e... more

Both players finished at 4-under par 68
Monday, August 19, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Chris Damiano of Jupiter two-putted for birdie on the first extra hole Monday to win a Golfslinger.com Tour event at Abacoa Golf Club. Damiano outlasted Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., after they tied at four under par 68.

In the playoff, Damiano reached the back fringe in two at the par-5 10th hole to finish off a bogey-free round. McCarthy missed the green in two, chipped on but missed his birdie putt from about 8 feet. In regulation, he made three birdies on each nine and bogied twice.

It was Damiano’s fifth Golfslinger victory since October, 2006. He earned $900 from the $5,111 purse. McCarthy got his 12th Golfslinger win last Thursday on th... more

Eric Cole of Orlando and Brandon Smith tied for third with 67
Friday, August 16, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., made four straight birdies on the front nine and held on for a one-stroke victory Friday in a Golfslinger.com Tour on the Estate course at PGA National.

McCarthy edged Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta, 65 to 66, in a match of bogey-free rounds. The former began his streak at the fifth hole and added birdies at Nos. 11, 15 and 17. O’Mahony birdied 2, 5, 6, 9, 14 and 18.

It was McCarthy’s 12th win since he joined Golfslinger in October, 2007. He received $700 from the $3,640 purse, raising his career earnings to $44,075. O’Mahony collected $550. He has 18 Tour wins since August, 2009.

T... more

First round leader Gabe Costa shoots a pair of 68's
Tuesday, August 13, 2013

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Ryan Armour of Jupiter fired a 6-under par 65 to edge first round leader Gabe Costa of Tequesta by one stroke on the scoreboard and $200 at the pay window Tuesday in a Golfslinger.com Tour event on the West course at Fountains Country Club.

Costa, the first round leader, shot a pair of 68s and earned second among 26 players at 136. Armour followed up his opening 70 with his spectauclar 65 for 135. He shot 30 on his final nine holes to edge Costa, Armour received $1,200 from the $6,292 purse. Costa got $1,000.

It was Armour’s fifth win since he joined Golfslinger in November, 2009, winning his first two starts. Costa has only one Tour title, ... more

Kopeka won 4 times on the GOLFslinger.com Tour during the last 12 months
Sunday, August 11, 2013

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – After ending 2012 with a victory (on December 19th) in the GOLFslinger Tour Championship, Brooks Kopeka has had quite a year in 2013.

Brooks won twice on the GOLFslinger Tour in March 2013, before going to Europe and winning 3 times on the Challenge Tour. He won the Montecchia Golf Open in May, and the Fred Olsen Challenge de Espana and the Scottish Hydro Challenge in June, earning him an automatic spot on the European Tour for the remainder of the season.

The battle field promotion to the European Tour earned him a spot in the 2013 British Open Championship AND garnished enough attention to get a special exemption into the PGA Championship at Oak ... more

Geoff Lee won Tuesday at PGA National's Estates Course
Friday, August 09, 2013

PALM CITY, Fla. - Derrick Bohannon of Shelbyville, Ky., fired a four under par 67 on Friday at Martin Downs Country Club to claim his 24th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Bohannon, whose Florida home is here in Palm City, bogeyed the third hole, then made birdies at Nos. 5, 8, 10, 16 and 18. He received $700 from the $2,886 purse, raising his career earnings to $95,283.75 since he joined Golfslinger in May, 2006.

Golfslinger's 74th tournament of the year drew 24 starters. The Tour has a 36-hole event scheduled Monday and Tuesday at Fountains Country Club, Lake Worth, followed by an 18-hole tournament next Friday on the Estate course at PGA National.

There was ... more

Lytle joins PGA Tour Member Steve LeBrun with 37 GOLFslinger/Minor League Golf Tour wins
Wednesday, August 07, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge birdied the 16th and 18th holes Wednesday to pull out a one-stroke victory in a Golfslinger.com Tour event on the Palmer course at PGA National.

Lytle shot a two under par 70 on three birdies and a bogey to edge Tim Cantwell of Palm Beach Gardens and Zack Shriver of Marysville, Wash., who tied for second at 71.

It was Lytle’s 37th victory since he joined Golfslinger in July, 2006. Two came before he turned pro in August, 2008. He equals the career record held by Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach, who is now on the PGA Tour. Lytle earned $725 here to raise his career earnings to $131,195.

The 73rd Golfs... more

Lee got up and down from 265 yards on the par 5 eighteenth hole
Tuesday, August 06, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Geoff Lee of Palm Beach Gardens, playing in the game’s final threesome, eagled the 18th hole for a one-stroke victory Tuesday on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

At six under par 66 on the Estate course at PGA National, Lee slipped past Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge who had finished earlier with 67 after he birdied the last three holes.

It was the fourth Golfslinger victory for Lee, 43, who received $900 from the $4,810 purse, raising his career earnings to $7,960. Lee joined Golfslinger in May, 2008. He made five birdies and a bogey before finishing with an 18-foot eagle putt on the final hole for the win. Lytle had eight birdies and three bog... more

Curran is currently 2nd on NGA Tour's Money List
Thursday, August 01, 2013

PLANTATION, Fla. – Jon Curran of Jupiter played a bogey-free final round Thursday on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club and won for the fourth time on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

At four under par 138 on rounds of 72 and 66, Curran won by three strokes. He made two birdies and three bogeys Wednesday, and Thursday he birdied Nos. 1, 3, 4, 11 and 12. Curran earned $1,150 from the $2,850 purse.

Curran is currently 2nd on the NGA Tour's money list.

There were 10 players in Golfslinger’s 71st tournament of the year. Three 18-hole events are scheduled next week: Tuesday, PGA National-Estate; Wednesday, PGA National-Palmer; and Friday, Martin Downs CC-Osprey... more

Meltzer, Andy Golden, and Felipe Velazquez tied in regulation
Monday, July 29, 2013

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Brandon Meltzer of Melville, N.Y., claimed his first victory as a professional golfer when he birdied the first playoff hole Monday on the East course at Indian Spring Country Club. He had double bogeyed the same hole, the par-5 first, to start his round of golf earlier in the day.

Meltzer outlasted Andy Golden of Davie and Felipe Velazquez of Venezuela after they tied at two over par 74. It’s the highest winning score on the Golfslinger.com Tour since Sept. 13, 2011, also a 74, by Warren Jurkowitz of Aventura on the Links course at Bear Lakes CC in West Palm Beach.

In regulation, Meltzer also had two birdies and a pair of bogeys, Golden t... more

Both players shot 4-under par 67
Thursday, July 25, 2013

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach won a playoff with par-4 on the fourth extra hole Thursday for his 18th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour, his second this week. Smith outlasted Zack Shriver of Marysville, Wash., after they tied at four under par 67 on the North course at Fountains Country Club.

They halved the first three holes with par-5, par-4 and birdie-4. But both missed the green at the fourth hole. Shriver chipped and missed a five footer for par. Moments later, Smith sank his winning putt for par from about eight inches. In regulation, Smith eagled the par-4 16th hole and added four birdies and two bogeys while Shriver had five birdies, four on t... more

Monday's winner Brandon Smith shot 72 followed by 4 players tied for third with 74
Wednesday, July 24, 2013

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Whit Staples of Tequesta earned his second Golfslinger.com Tour victory Wednesday with a two under 70 on the Rees Jones course at Breakers West.

Staples, a graduate of the Benjamin School and the University of North Carolina, made five birdies, as many bogeys, and eagled the par-5 14th hole. He received $650 from the $2,275 purse, raising his career earnings to $4,545 since he first played on the Golfslinger Tour in January, 2006. His only previous win was on June 16, 2006, at the nearby Links at Madison Green.

After winning Monday at Abacoa GC, his 17th Golfslinger title, Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach was second among 16 starters here on a... more

Rio Milord finished solo second
Monday, July 22, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach twice made three straight birdies Monday at Abacoa Golf Club enroute to his 17th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Smith birdied the first three holes, 8, 9 and 10, and No. 16. He made three bogeys for 68, earning $510 from the $640 purse.

Rio Milord of Delray Beach shot 77, second among four starters.

Monday’s event was originally scheduled at the CC of Coral Springs but was moved to Abacoa because the course in North Broward was not ready for play because of heavy rain the past several days.

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Zach Shriver shot 71 for solo second followed by D.J. Lantz with 72 in third
Thursday, July 18, 2013

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – After a double bogey at the par-4 ninth hole, Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge birdied the next four enroute to a three under par 68 Thursday at the North Palm Beach Country Club for his 36th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Lytle, 27, had birdied the third hole, turned in 36, and after birdies at 10, 11, 12 and 13, he finished with another birdie at 16 hole and a bogey at 17.

He received $625 from the $2,080 purse, raising his career earnings since he turned pro in August, 2008, to $129,820. He joined Golfslinger in July, 2006, winning his first start as a pro. Two of his 36 wins were as an amateur.

The career record for Golfslinger vi... more

He birdied 2 of 3 holes played before play was halted after heavy rain
Tuesday, July 16, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta earned his 18th Golfslinger.com Tour victory Tuesday in a rain-shortened event on the Champion course at PGA National. Second round scoring was limited to three holes, the number of holes completed by the final threesome before play was halted by rain.

Trailing Rafael Campos of Puerto Rico by 66-67 following the opening round Monday, O’Mahony birdied the second and third holes Tuesday. He made $5,000 from the $13,365 purse. Campos had three straight pars in the second round.

There were 36 starters in Golfslinger’s 65th tournament of the year. Next on the schedule is an 18-hole event Thursday at No... more

Sunny Kim and Rafael Campos tied for second
Wednesday, July 10, 2013

PALM CITY, Fla. – Jonathan Bartlett of Ocala birdied the last two holes Thursday to pull out a one-stroke victory in a Golfslinger.com Tour “major” on the Osprey Creek course at Martin Downs Country Club. Bartlett shot 68-65—133 and earned $6,000 from the $20,525 purse.

In 2005, Bartlett made two Golfslinger appearances. On May 9, he was declared co-champion with Jason Powell when they matched scores on 9 consecutive holes in the sudden death playoff. After a 27 hole dead heat, they were declared co-champions and both were awarded their own full first place check. Then on May 26 at nearby Hammock Creek, Bartlett shot 71 and was second to Steve Scott&rsquo... more

With 3 Challenge Tour wins in 2013, Brooks Koepka is the 1st American to get the battlefield promotion
Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Aviemore, Scotland - On June 23rd, 2012 GOLFslinger Tour Champion Brooks Koepka collected his third Challenge Tour victory of 2013 at the Scottish Hydro Challenge, earning an automatic spot on the European Tour for the remainder of the season.

It was Koepka's second title in three weeks. He won the Fred Olsen Challenge de Espana on June 2, about a month after he won his first title of the season at the Montecchia Golf Open.

Koepka, a four time winner on the GOLFslinger Tour has finished in the top 10 over his last seven Challenge Tour events.

Koepka is the first American to win three times in any single Challenge Tour season.

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Eric Beringer finished solo third with 70, 6 players tied for fourth at 72
Monday, July 08, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta fired a four under par 68 for his 17th win on the Golfslinger.com Tour as play resumed Monday at Jupiter Country Club following a two-and-a-half week summer break.

O’Mahony, a three-time NCAA Division II All-America selection at Nova Southeastern University, edged Devin Kay of Potomac, Md., by a stroke and received $620 from the $2,929 purse. This raised O’Mahony’s career earnings to $62,169 since he joined Golfslinger in August, 2009.

O’Mahony birdied Nos. 4, 5, 8, 9, 10 and 12, and bogeyed the first and sixth holes. Kay, second at 69, had three birdies, did not make a bogey and collected $520.<... more

Duke, from Palm City, has played a dozen rounds on the GOLFslinger/Minor League Golf Tour
Sunday, June 23, 2013

CROMWELL, Conn. - Ken Duke of Palm City, Florida won the Travelers Championship today with a 2-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole. It was his first PGA Tour victory----in a career that has seen the entire world of professional golf, including a dozen rounds on the GOLFslinger/Minor League Golf Tour between 2009-2011.

Duke is pictured above on the 13th tee at Abacoa during a GOLFslinger/Minor League Golf Tour event.

Congratulatons Ken!

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Kay's 66 included six birdies
Thursday, June 20, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Devin Kay of Potomac, Md., eagled the final hole for a six under par 66 and a two-stroke victory Thursday in a Golfslinger.com Tour event on the Estate course at PGA National.

Kay, 25, also made six birdies and two bogeys enroute to his fourth victory since he joined Golfslinger in July, 2010. He received $600 from the $2,230 purse, raising his career earnings to $47,004. Kay was a four-year starter at Lynn University in Boca Raton before turning pro.

The 62nd tournament of the year drew 20 starters.

The tour will be on its summer break until Monday July 8 when play resumes at Jupiter Country Club.  Following that 1-day ev... more

His 3-under par 68 earned him his first professional victory
Wednesday, June 19, 2013

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – Michael Kartrude of Royal Palm Beach birdied the 18th hole Wednesday to score his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Kartrude won with a three under 68 at North Palm Beach Country Club, finishing a shot ahead of four players tied for second at 69.

Making his 13th start since turning pro in January, Kartrude made five birdies and two bogeys, receiving $700 from the $2,990 purse, raising his career earnings to $3,298.50. He won the Palm Beach County Public Links title in 2010 while attending Palm Beach State College.

Devin Kay of Potomac, MD, Marcelo Rozo from Bogota-Colombia, Richard Terga of Palm Beach Gardens and Christian Westhorpe ... more

Paul Scaletta shot 69 to finish solo 2nd
Monday, June 17, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Eric Cole of Orlando made three birdies on each nine enroute to a five under par 67 and a Golfslinger.com Tour victory Monday at Abacoa Golf Club. It was his 12th career Golfslinger title, his ninth since August and his second this month. Cole birdied Nos. 2, 4, 9, 10, 14 and 15, and bogeyed the par-5 sixth hole. He collected $450 from the $1,300 purse and has career earnings of $29,822 since August, 2009.

Paul Scaletta, an assistant professional at The Bear’s Club in Jupiter, shot 69 on four birdies and a bogey and was second among 13 starters in Golfslinger’s 60th tournament of the year.

Two more events remain before a three-week summer ... more

1st round leader Devin Kay tied for 2nd with Ben Vertz who shot the tournament low round of 63
Thursday, June 13, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Mike Meisenzahl of Vero Beach made only one bogey in 36 holes and came from three strokes behind Thursday on the Estate course at PGA National to score a Golfslinger.com Tour victory by two on rounds of 68-65—133.

On Wednesday, Meisenzahl erred at the par-3 third hole, the old 17th before the course was re-numbered when a new clubhouse was built less than a decade ago. He birdied Nos. 5, 6, 8, 9 and 16 the first round, Nos. 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11 and 18 in the finale.

It was Meisenzahl’s second victory since he joined the Golfslinger Tour at the end of February. He first won March 7 on the Osprey Creek course at Martin Downs in Palm ... more

25 more were alternates. Brandon Brown, Justin Hicks, Nicholas Thompson & Scott Langley are playing at Merion
Thursday, June 13, 2013

ARDMORE, Pa. – According to Mapquest, it is 1,150 miles from PGA National's Estates course in Palm Beach Gardens to Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pennsylvania. This week, PGA National is hosting a $300 GOLFslinger/Minor League Golf Tour 2-day event, and Merion Golf Club, the 113th United States Open Championship.

While the two events are at complete opposite ends of the professional golf spectrum, a closer look will reveal the gap in the skill of the players competing is miniscule, and in some cases, undetectable.

In our a... more

Zach Amole and Greg O'Mahony tied for second with 70
Monday, June 10, 2013

PLANTATION, Fla. – Hernan Rey of Argentina earned his second victory in 13 days on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a two under par 69 Monday on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club. Rey made two birdies on each nine after a bogey at the first hole and earned $600 from the $1,950 purse.

Zach Amole of Myrtle Beach, SC tied for second place with Greg O'Mahony from Tequesta. Amole and O'Mahony also tied (4th) in the previous GOLFslinger Event last week Wednesday in Jupiter.

It was his 12th win since Rey, of Buenos Aires, joined the Golfslinger Tour in 2007. He has career earnings of $33,415. His most recent victory was on May 28 at Jupiter Country Club.

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Justin Peters shot 67 to finish one shot back
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach birdied the third extra hole Wednesday to earn his 16th win on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Smith outlasted Ryan Armour of Jupiter after they tied at six under par 66 at Abacoa Golf Club.

In the playoff, they halved the first hole with par-4s after Smith got up and down from the front bunker. The also halved the second with birdie-4s after Armour's eagle putt came up about 1 inch short. At the par-4 third, Smith sank an six footer for the win moments after Armour had missed his 8 foot birdie opportunity. In regulation, each made seven birdies and a bogey and both birdied the par-5 17th.

Smith received $800 from the $3,99... more

Tarik Can & Ryan Armour tied for second with 68
Monday, June 03, 2013

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Eric Cole of Orlando, who has played on the Golfslinger.com Tour since August, 2009, started June the same way he ended May, with a victory. Cole fired a five under par 67 on Monday at Indian Spring Country Club. Last Thursday, he won by five strokes with a four under 68 on the Palmer course at PGA National in the final event of the month.

Playing the East course at Indian Spring, Cole had five birdies, at Nos. 1, 6, 8, 10 and 16. It was his 11th Golfslinger in less than four years. He won by a stroke over Ryan Armour of Jupiter and New Yorker Tarik Can, who tied for second at 68 among 25 starters. Armour finished with birdies on 16 and 17, before lipp... more

Carl McCauley, Greg O'Mahony, and Joshua Seale tied for 2nd at 1 over par 73
Thursday, May 30, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Eric Cole of Orlando was the only player to break par Thursday and was an easy winner in a Golfslinger.com Tour event on the Palmer course at PGA National. At 68, he won by five strokes for his 10th Golfslinger victory, his second this month.

Cole birdied twice on the front nine (4 and 8), then three in a row on the back, at Nos. 11, 12 and 13, a streak snapped by his lone bogey of the day, at the par-4 14th hole. Cole earned $650 from the $2,400 purse, raising his career Golfslinger take to $28,455 since August, 2009.

Carl McCauley of Parkland, FL tied for second place with Greg O'Mahony of Tequesta and Joshua Seale of Preforia, South Afri... more

Eric Cole, D. J. Lantz. and Christian Westhorpe tied for 2nd with 71
Tuesday, May 28, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Hernan Rey of Argentine birdied three consecutive holes midway through the round Tuesday at the Jupiter Country Club enroute to a four under par 68 and his 11th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

After a birdie at the fourth hole, Rey added birdies at Nos. 9, 10 and 11 and played bogey-free golf on the rest of the course. He earned $775 from the $3,525 purse. Rey has career earnings of $32,815 since joining Golfslinger at the start of the 2007 season.

This was only his second Golfslinger start of the year, both in the past week, for Rey, who has a home in Jupiter as well as in Buenos Aires. His most recent win was on last July 9, also at Jupiter CC.... more

Ben Vertz shot 68 to finish 2 back
Thursday, May 23, 2013

PLANTATION, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., won his second straight Golfslinger.com Tour event Thursday with a five under par 66 on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club.

McCarthy birdied Nos. 3, 4, 7, 9, 11 and 15 and bogeyed the par-3 eighth hole. It was his 11th career Golfslinger title, including a win Tuesday at Abacoa Golf Club in Jupiter. He received $715 from the $3,600 purse here. McCarthy collected $850 on Tuesday and has career Golfslinger earnings of $43,375 since October, 2007.

Ben Vertz of Coral Springs, Florida finished second with a 68, earning $575.00.

There were 30 starters.

Two Golfslinger tournaments are scheduled next week... more

Tim Cantwell & Brandon Smith tied for 2nd with 3-under par 69
Tuesday, May 21, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., played a bogey-free game Tuesday with three birdies on each nine at Abacoa Golf Club to earn his 10th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

McCarthy birdied Nos. 2, 4, 6, 10, 13 and 14 and won by three shots. He received $850 from the $4,832, raising his career earnings to $42,660 since Oct. 22, 2007.

Tim Cantwell of Palm Beach Gardens, FL tied for second place with Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach at 3-under par 69. Jon McLean was solo fourth at 2-under par 70.

There was $180 in the skins pot with 5 skins out worth $36 each.
1- Christian DeGrieff
7- Geoff Lee
16,17- Ben Keith
18- Tommy S... more

Dan McCarthy and Andrew Pressentin tied for 2nd at 67
Friday, May 17, 2013

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Geoff Lee of Palm Beach Gardens fired a six under par 66 for the victory Friday at the West Palm Beach Municipal Golf Club, his third win on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Playing a bogey-free round, Lee birdied Nos. 2, 8, 10, 13, 16 and 18.

Making his first start of the year, Lee edged Andrew Pressentin of Green Bay, Wis., and Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., who matched 67s to tie for second among 23 starters. Lee’s first two wins were within five days in May, 2012. He got $550 from the $2,375 purse, raising his career earnings to $6,781.

The Golfslinger.com Tour has played has played 51 tournaments this year. Three more18-hole events are sc... more

Devin Kay solo 2nd, Ben Vertz and Mike Meisenzahl tied for 3rd
Wednesday, May 15, 2013

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Jeff Hatten of Farmington, Conn., survived a double bogey and bogey on his last three holes to earn a two-stroke victory Wednesday in a Golfslinger.com Tour event at the TPC Eagle Trace.

Hatten beat Devin Kay of Potomac, Md., 68 to 70 for his second Golfslinger win, the first coming Feb. 23 at Hammock Creek in Palm City. Kay has three tour titles, two this year.

With the 22-player field starting at the 10th hole, Hatten was four under par after 13 holes, then birdied the fifth and sixth, made double bogey at the par-3 seventh, then finished birdie-bogey. Kay had an eagle, three birdies and three bogeys.

Golfslinger’s 50th tournamen... more

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Fountains Country Club is now offering membership to GOLFslinger Tour Members.

Fountains Executive Membership and Fountains Summer to Executive Membership

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Kopf birdied first extra hole to win 2nd event in 6 days
Monday, May 13, 2013

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Greg Kopf of Bay Harbor Island, who has played sporadically on the Golfslinger.com Tour the last seven years, scored his second victory in six days Monday at Fountains Country Club.

Kopf sank a 20-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to edge Ryan Armour of Jupiter and Christian DeGreiff of Colombia after they tied at four under par 67 on the West course at Fountains Country Club.

It was Kopf’s 12th Golfslinger appearance since July 2006, his fourth this year. He won for the first time last Wednesday at Abacoa Golf Club in Jupiter. Kopf collected $625 from the $2,648 purse. Armour and DeGreiff tied for second, receiving $482.50 apiece.<... more

Cole, Michael Kartrude, and Ben Silverman all shot 68 in regulation
Friday, May 10, 2013

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Eric Cole of Orlando birdied the second playoff hole Friday to earn his ninth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Cole, Michael Kartrude of Royal Palm Beach and Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontatio, had tied at four under par 68 at The Falls Country Club. They halved the first hole with birdie-4s, then Cole was the only one to birdie the par-4 second. In regulation, Cole and Silverman each made five birdies and a bogey, Kartrude six birdies and two bogeys.

Cole receicved $725 from the $3,525 purse, raising his career earnings to $27,280.21 since he joined Golfslinger in August, 2009. Kartrude and Silverman collected $575 apiece.

The 48th Golfslinge... more

Greg O'Mahony was 2nd with 68, 5 players tied for 3rd with 69
Wednesday, May 08, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Greg Kopf of Bay Harbor Island fired a six under par 66 Wednesday at Abacoa Golf Club to claim his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Kopf made seven birdies but bogeyed the par-4 18th hole, winning by two. It was his 11th Golfslinger start since July, 2006, his third this year. Kopf earned $800 from the $4,275 purse, raising his career earnings to $1,850.

Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta was second among 30 starters, closing with bogey at 17 and birdie at 18 for 68. He eagled the par-5 second hole and added four birdies and two bogeys, collecting $650.

The Golfslinger.com Tour plays its 48th tournament of the year Friday at The Falls CC, Lake ... more

Midgette birdied the 3rd playoff hole
Monday, May 06, 2013

PLANTATION, Fla. – Michael Midgette of Plainview, N.Y., birdied the third extra hole Monday to win for the third time on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Midgette edged Marc Issler of Toms River, N.J., after they tied at two under par 69 on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club.

In the playoff, they halved the par-4 first and second holes with two-putt pars. At the 182-yard third, Issler missed birdied from 18 feet and Midgette sank his 12-foot putt for the victory. In regulation, each had four birdies and two bogeys.

Midgette earned $625 from the $1,975 purse, raising his career total to $8,191.84 since he joined Golfgslinger in April, 2012. Issler is still looking for hi... more

Dustin Cone shot 70 for solo 2nd, Jimmy Lytle was 3rd with 71
Friday, May 03, 2013

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Greg Duncan of Edinburgh, Scotland, birdied the first two holes and three in a row on the back nine Friday at Legacy Golf & Tennis Club to earn his second victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

After his quick start, Duncan bogeyed the seventh and birdied Nos. 13, 14 and 15. He earned $675 from the $1,400 purse, raising his career earnings to $9,400 since February, 2010.

It was tournament No. 1,000 on the Golfslinger.com Tour, previously known as the Minor League Golf Tour, which began in August, 2004.

There was $30 in the skins pot with 6 skins out worth $5 each
3,7,10 (pars) 8,13,14 (birdies) Dustin Cone won all 6 skins

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Ulric Francis and Tim Turpen tied for 2nd at 2-under par 70
Tuesday, April 30, 2013

WELLINGTON, Fla. – Ryan Armour of Jupiter made back-to-back eagles Tuesday at The Wanderers Club enroute to a four under par 68 to earn his fourth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Armour holed a 125-yard wedge shot at the par 4 16th hole, then also eagled the par-5 17th. And he won by two strokes despite bogeys at the first and 18th holes.

Armour, who has had status on either the PGA or Nationwide Tour each year since 2004, has career earnings of over $2,000,000. Ryan won his first two Golfslinger starts in November, 2009, and added a third victory on April 4, 2011. Tuesday’s title was worth $700 from the $3,525 purse, raising his career Golfslinger earnings to $2... more

Spallone, Christian DeGreiff and Scott Hawley all shot 2-under par 70 in regulation
Monday, April 29, 2013

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Sal Spallone of Vero Beach eagled the first extra hole Monday to earn his seventh victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. He beat Christian DeGreiff of Colombia and Scott Hawley of Shrewsbury, Mass., after they tied at two under par 70 on the South course at Fountains Country Club.

In regulation, Spallone also eagled the 12th hole and had his third birdie of the day at the 18th hole. He also bogeyed three times. DeGreiff made six birdies and four bogeys. Hawley double bogeyed the first hole, also eagled No. 12 and made three birdies and a bogey. DeGreiff and Hawley tied for second among 24 starters.

There was a purse of $2,910 for Golfslinger’s... more

McCarthy tied with 1st round leader Greg Etimos, Ryan Armour and Eric Cole
Tuesday, April 23, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., won a playoff with 2 birdies, then a par-4 on the third extra hole Wednesday at Abacoa Golf Club to win for the ninth time on the Golfslinger.com Tour. McCarthy collected $10,000 from the $31,781 purse, raising his career earnings to $41,185 since he first played on the Golfslinger Tour in October, 2007.

Playing in Golfslinger’s second “major” of the season, McCarthy, 27, outlasted Ryan Armour of Jupiter, Eric Cole of Orlando and Greg Etimos of East Islip, N.Y., after they tied at seven under par 137. Etimos was the first round leader with 66. The other three matched rounds of 69-68.

In the playoff, al... more

5 players tied for second with 67
Thursday, April 18, 2013

PALM CITY, Fla. – Eric Cole of Orlando fired a six under par 65 Thursday on the Osprey Creek course at Martin Downs Country Club to claim his eighth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. The son of former touring pros Bobby Cole and Laura Baugh, Eric, 24, received $900 from the $4,860 purse. He’s earned $23,928 since joining Golfslinger in August, 2009.

Cole twice made three birdies in a row, 7-9 and 15-17. He also birdied the second and 13th holes and bogeyed the third and 11th.

Five players tied for second place at 4-under par 67, Sal Spallone of Vero Beach, Devin Kay of Potomac, MD, Ryan Armour of Jupiter, FL, Jimmy Hazen of Miller Place, NY and Wendesday's w... more

Both players shot 4-under par 68, 4 players tied for third at 69
Wednesday, April 17, 2013

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta sank a 15-foot birdie putt on the first extra hole Wednesday to earn his 17th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Moments earlier, David Smith of Ruston, La., missed a putt from just outside O’Mahony’s ball. They had tied at four under par 68 at the West Palm Beach Municipal Golf Course.

In regulation, each player had six birdies, O’Mahony at Nos. 4, 5, 10, 12, 17 and 18; Smith at Nos. 2, 3, 5, 10, 11 and 16. O’Mahony made a double bogey at the par-4 15th hole. Smith bogeyed the first and eighth holes.

O’Mahony, a former three-time NCAA Division II All-American at Nova Southeastern... more

Clint Keown and Sal Spallone tie for third at even par 72
Monday, April 15, 2013

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Sandro Piaget of Jupiter parred the last 10 holes Monday at the Santa Lucia River Club, hanging on for his fifth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Piaget, 25, birdied the second, fifth and seventh holes and bogeyed the par-4 eighth, turned in 34, then held off Brandon Smith, 30, of West Palm Beach, runnerup at 71 among 18 starters. Smith birdied three (5, 10 and 11) and bogeyed the fourth and seven holes.

Piaget received $600 from the $2,340 purse, raising his career earnings to $24,244 since 2007. Smith collected $500. He has 15 Golfslinger wins. Both Piaget and Smith won twice as amateurs.

This was the 39th Golfslinger tournament o... more

Eric Cole shot 69 to finish solo second
Thursday, April 11, 2013

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Devin Kay of Potomac, Md., beaten in a playoff Tuesday, came back Thursday to score his third victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a three under par 68 at the Country Club of Coral Springs.

Kay, 25, edged Eric Cole, 24, of Orlando by a stroke while Canadian Maude-Aimee LeBlanc, 23, the only female in the 27-player field, was among four players tied for third at 70. Cole has seven Golfslinger titles since August, 2009. He started birdie-bogey-birdie, then birdied the 18th hole for 69. It is LeBlanc’s ninth start since joining the Golfslinger Tour in January.

Kay made four birdies (Nos. 1, 5, 10 and 16), then bogeyed the par-4 18th hole.... more

Both players had 6 birdies and 2 bogeys
Tuesday, April 09, 2013

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Sal Spallone of Vero Beach birdied the last two holes of regulation and parred three playoff holes Tuesday at Ironhorse Country Club to win on the Golfslinger.com Tour for the sixth time.

Finishing more than 30 minutes after Devin Kay of Potomac, Md., had bogeyed the 18th for 68, Spallone pulled even with birdies at 17 and 18, his fifth and sixth of the day to go with two bogeys on the first seven holes. Kay also made six birdies and two bogeys.

In the playoff, they halved the par-4 first and second holes in regulation. At the par-3 third, Kay three-putted from 30 feet, missing an six footer for par, and Spallone two-putted from 25 feet for p... more

Devin Kay and Sal Spallone tied for 2nd
Monday, April 08, 2013

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Oscar Alvarez of Medellin, Colombia, cashed his first check on the Golfslinger.com Tour when he fired a five under par 67 to earn the victory Monday at TPC Eagle Trace.

After two birdies (6 and 10) and two bogeys (5 and 11), Alvarez, 29, whose American home is in nearby Weston, finished with birdies at 12, 14, 15, 16 and 17 to win by four shots. He earned $800 from the $4,357 purse.

Tied for second at 71 among 33 starters were Sal Spallone of Vero Beach and Devin Kay of Potomac, Md. They received $580 apiece in the 36th tournament of the year on the Golfslinger Tour. Spallone has five career Golfslinger wins, Kay two.

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Justin Peters and Ben Silverman tie for second with 69
Thursday, April 04, 2013

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens fired a five under par 67 Thursday at the Links at Madison Green to earn his 31st victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour, his fourth this year.

Kim did not make a bogey, scoring birdies at the first, fifth, eighth, 10th and 11th holes. He earned $800 from the $4,287 purse, raising his career earnings to $127,976.78 since he joined Golfslinger in October, 2006.

Kim finished two strokes ahead of Justin Peters of Stuart and Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, who tied for second in the 31-player field with 69s, receiving $600 apiece. Peters made five birdies, Silverman four. Both birdied Nos. 4, 5, 8 and 11, Peters ... more

David Smith finished solo third at 1-under par 70, 8 players tied for 4th
Wednesday, April 03, 2013

PLANTATION, Fla. – Ben Vertz of Coral Springs won his second straight start on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a four under par 67 Wednesday at Jacaranda Golf Club. Vertz birdied the par-3 eighth and eagled the par-5 ninth to turn in 32, then made three birdies and two bogeys on the back nine of the East course to win by two shots over Bobby Bode of Fort Lauderdale, who scored 69. Bode had four birdies and two bogeys and received $615.

Vertz, 24, won on the first playoff hole last Friday at the Champions Club in Stuart but did not play Monday at Fountains CC in Lake Worth. He scored his first Golfslinger victory Jan. 24 at the Links @ Madison Green in Royal Palm Beach. Wednesd... more

Brandon Smith finished 1 back, Tyler Kitson solo 3rd with 70
Monday, April 01, 2013

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Andrew Giuliani of New York City earned his first Golfslinger.com Tour victory Monday with a three under par 68 on the West course at Fountains Country Club. He earned $800 from the $4,092 purse.

The son of Rudy Giuliani, former New York mayor and Republican presidential candidate, Andrew, 27, edged Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach by a shot. Giuliani had three birdies and two bogeys on the front, birdied the 10th and 12th holes and parred in. Smith made two birdies and a bogey on the first five holes, turned in 34, birdied Nos. 11 and 12 but bogeyed the par-3 16th for 69.

It was the second runnerup finish in a row for Smith. Last Friday, he lost o... more

Sunny Kim, Justin Peters, Sandro Piaget, Magnus Stjarnesund and Stephen Grant tied for 3rd
Saturday, March 30, 2013

STUART, Fla. – Ben Vertz of Coral Springs overcame two early bogeys with a 40-foot birdie putt on the first extra hole Friday to earn his second victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Vertz outlasted Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach after they tied at two under par 70 at the Champions Club.

In regulation, Vertz bogeyed the third and fourth holes, then made birdies at Nos. 8, 10, 13 and 17. He received $1,000 from the $4,716 purse, raising his career earnings to $4,726.69 since he joined the Golfslinger Tour last November. He won in January at the Links at Madison Green.

After two birdies and a bogey on the front, Smith took the lead with an eagle at the par-4 14th hole... more

Mike Kartrude, Dan McCarthy, Mark Baldwin, Devin Kay, and Tim Turpen tied for third place
Tuesday, March 26, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Brooks Koepka of Lake Worth made seven birdies on the back nine Monday and parred all nine holes Tuesday while winning a Golfslinger.com Tour event on the Estate course at PGA National.

Koepka shot 67-69—136, six under par for the distance, to win by three strokes over Ryan Armour of Jupiter after they shared the first round lead. Second among 47 starters, Armour closed on 72—139. In the first round, Koepka birdied Nos.10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17 and 18 and made a double bogey at the par-4 16th. He had two birdies on the front nine each day.

Golfslinger officials converted the course to a par-71 by changing the fifth hole to a par-4.... more

Mark Baldwin and Whit Staples finish T2 with 67
Thursday, March 21, 2013

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens earned his 29th Golfslinger.com Tour title Thursday with a bogey-free, seven under par 65 on the South course at Fountains Country Club.

Kim birdied Nos. 1, 2, 5, 7, 9, 11 and 15. He earned $1,000 from the $5,039 purse, raising his career earnings to $126,775 since he joined the Golfslinger.com Tour in October, 2006.

Whit Staples finished tied for 2nd for the second time this week as did the player he tied with. Today Staples and Mark Baldwin shot 67 to tie for second, on Monday Balwin finished second after losing a playoff to Jimmy Lytle.

The Golfslinger’s 30th tournament of the year drew 40 entries. ... more

Whit Staples and Thomas Buran tie for second with 70
Tuesday, March 19, 2013

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Brandon Parker of West Palm Beach earned his first victory as professional golfer when he won a Golfslinger.com Tour event Tuesday at Ironhorse Country Club. Parker won by four strokes with a six under par 66 on birdies at Nos. 2, 4, 5, 7, 10, 12, 17 and 18 and a bogies at the 11th and 13th holes. He earned $1,000 from the $4,032 purse.

Whit Staples of Haymarket, VA tied for second place with Thomas Buran from San Francisco at 2-under par 70. They each earned $512.50

The 29th tournament of the year drew 32 players. The next event will be played Thursday at Fountains Country Club’s South course.

There was $150 in the skins pot, W... more

Lytle finished birdie, birdie, par, eagle to get to 1-under par
Monday, March 18, 2013

STUART, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge earned his 35th Golfslinger.com Tour victory Monday in a playoff with Mark Baldwin of Laconia, N.H., who is still looking for his second.

After they tied at one under par 71 at the Champions Club, Lytle won with par-4 on the first extra hole. In regulation, Lytle had three birdies, two bogeys, a double bogey at the par-4 10th hole and eagled the par-5 18th for 36-35. Baldwin carded 34-37 on five birdies, two bogeys and also doubled the 10th hole.

Lytle earned $1,000 from the $2,635 purse, raising his career earnings to $127,467.82 since 2006. He won twice as an amateur before turning pro and winning his first play-for-pay sta... more

Brad Adamonis, Mike Meisenzahl and Daniel Obremski tied for third place
Friday, March 15, 2013

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Brooks Koepka of Lake Worth won for the third time in seven starts on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a four under par 68 Thursday at the Links at Madison Green.

He birdied the two par-5s on each nine of a bogey-free round, Nos. 2, 8, 11 and 14, and finished two shots ahead of Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge. Lytle birdied three of his last six holes to grab second among 27 starters with 70. Koepka earned $1,000, Lytle $525, from the $3,567 purse.

Koepka is a former state champion at Cardinal Newman High and earned multiple all-Atlantic Coast Conference honors at Florida State University prior to graduation last June. He received $10,000 for winning... more

Jake Katz of Buffalo, NY tied for second place with Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, NY and Sal Spallone from Vero Beach. Each player earned $600.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – David Smith of Ruston, La., won his fifth tournament on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a three under par 69 Tuesday at Abacoa Golf Club. Smith made two birdies on each nine and a bogey at the fourth hole.

Smith, 32, earned $1,000 from the $7,021 purse, raising his career earnings to $44,725 since he joined Golfslinger in September, 2005.

Jake Katz of Buffalo, NY tied for second place with Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, NY and Sal Spallone from Vero Beach. Each player earned $600.

There were 59 starters. On Thursday, the Links at Madison Green in Royal Palm Beach will be the next Golfslinger.com Tour host.

There was $310 in the skins pot with... more

Justin Peters and Sandro Piaget both shot 71 to get into the playoff with McCauley
Monday, March 11, 2013

PLANTATION, Fla. – Carl McCauley of Parkland birdied the second playoff hole Monday to earn his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. After they tied by matching par-71s on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club, McCauley, Justin Peters of Stuart and Sandro Piaget of Jupiter, all made par-4s at the 10th hole and McCaulery sank a six footer for the win at the par-5 11th.

Peters is among the leaders with 34 career Golfslinger victories since 2006 while Piaget has four wins, two in 2007 as an amateur. McCauley earned $1,000 from the $3,647 purse. Peters and Piaget received $500 apiece for sharing second among 28 starters.

There was $140 in the skins pot with 2 skin... more

This weeks particapants have over 60 GOLFslinger Tour Victories
Thursday, March 07, 2013

Jon Curran's 8-under 64 on Monday earned him a spot in this week's Puerto Rico Open on the PGA TOUR at Trump International Golf Club. Today, he took advantage of the opportunity and fired a 6-under par 66 to finish his opening round 1 shot back of the leaders, in a tie for third place.

Curran, has 3 GOLFslinger Tour victories in 14 starts since joining the tour last fall, including a T7 finsh in the Major at Champions Club last Friday where he closed with a 68 before heading over to Puerto Rico for the Monday Qualifier.

Four time GOLFslinger Tour winner John Stolz also Qualified on Monday with a 6-under par 66.

37 time GOL... more

Meisenzahl birdied 2nd extra hole for first GOLFslinger Victory
Thursday, March 07, 2013

PALM CITY, Fla. – Mike Meisenzahl of Medford, N.J., sank a 45-foot birdie putt on the second extra hole Thursday to win for the first time on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Meisenzahl and Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y. tied at four under par 67 on the Osprey Creek course at Martin Downs Country Club, then halved the first hole with par-4s. Moments after Meisenzahl made his long putt, McCarthy missed one along a similar line but from a slightly shorter distance.

In regulation, Meisenzahl, finishing late in the day, birdied the last three holes to catch McCarthy. Meisenzahl earned $1,000 from the $5,330 purse. It was just his fifth Golfslinger start, the fourth this month. ... more

Ryan Armour, Willy Pumarol, and Pat Steffies all tied with Kay at 3-under par 69
Wednesday, March 06, 2013

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Devin Kay of Potomac, Md., sank a 30-foot birdie putt from the back fringe on the fourth playoff hole Wednesday to earn his second victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

After they tied at three under par 69 at West Palm Beach Golf Course, Kay, 25, outlasted Willy Pumarol of Dominican Republic, who bogeyed the par-4 first extra hole; Ryan Armour of Jupiter, who bogeyed the par-5 second hole; and Pat Steffes of Milwaukee, Wis., Kay and Steffes halved the third hole with par-3s.

In regulation, Kay birdied the third and eagled the 12th hole. He received $1,000 from the $4,847 purse, raising his career earnings to $38,965.79 since he joined Golfslin... more

2-under par 70 earns 2nd win in 8 starts, Carl McCauley 2nd with 73
Monday, March 04, 2013

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Temperatures were in the 40's when Yoshio Yamamoto of Guadalajara, Mexico, overcame bogeys on the first two holes Monday to shoot a two under par 70 and earn his second victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. As the day warmed up at the TPC at Eagle Trace, so did Yoshio. After his cold start, Yamamoto made only one more bogey, at the par-3 11th hole. His birdies were at Nos. 5, 6, 8, 13 and 15. 

It was the eighth Golfslinger start since Feb. 11 for Yamamoto, 28, whose American home is in Myrtle Beach, S.C. His first win was on Feb. 20 at Jacaranda GC in Plantation. He received $1,000 from the $3,173 purse, raising his earnings to $4,765 in his short ... more

Ryan Armour (68-68), Sunny Kim (69-67), and Stephan Grant (65-71) tie for 2nd
Thursday, February 28, 2013

STUART, Fla. – Jhared Hack of Sanford birdied the 18th hole two days in a row for a two-stroke victory Friday at the Champions Club at Summerfield in the first “major” of the year on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

After consecutive five under par 67s, Hack collected $10,000 to raise his career earnings to $14,005. He made seven birdies and two bogeys each day and had back-to-back birdies at the par-5 fourth, par-3 sixth and par-4 14th holes as well as the par-5 18th. It was his fourth Golfslinger title, his second this year.

At 134, Hack finished two up on Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens (69-67), Ryan Armour of Jupiter (68-68) and Ireland’s Stephen Grant... more

Hatton shot 68 with 5 birdies & 1 bogey, Obremski had 6 birdies & 3 bogeys
Monday, February 25, 2013

PALM CITY, Fla. – Jeff Hatten of Farmington, Conn., scored his first victory as a professional Monday when he won a Golfslinger.com Tour event at Hammock Creek Golf Club. Hatten fired a four under par 68 to edge Daniel Obremski of Pittsburgh, Pa., by a shot.

Making his 14th start since joining Golfslinger last October, Hatten birdied the last two holes and altogether had five birdies and a bogey. Obremski parred the last two holes after making six birdies and three bogeys earlier in his round for 69.

Hatten received $1,000 from the $4,885 purse, nearly doubling his earnings of $1,057.73 heretofore. Obremski, second among 41 starters, collected $550.

The first... more

Justin Bryant shot 68 to tie for second place with Stephen Grant
Friday, February 22, 2013

PALM CITY, Fla. – Patrick Steffes of Milwaukee, Wis., scored his first Golfslinger.com Tour victory Friday with a six under par 66 on the Osprey Creek course at Martin Downs Country Club.

Steffes made birdies at Nos. 1, 3, 5, 6, 13 and 17 and did not have a bogey, winning by two shots and receiving $1,000 from the $4,128 purse.

He has career earnings of $3,338 in 13 Golfslinger starts during January and February the last two years.

Justin Bryant of St. Louis, MO shot 68 to tie for second place with Stephen Grant of Birr, Ireland. There were 32 starters.

Earlier this month, Steffes won four matches in three days in advancing to the semifinals of the P... more

David Schuster, Brad Adamonis, and Eric Cole tied for second at 69
Thursday, February 21, 2013

PLANTATION, Fla. – Yoshio Yamamoto of Guadalajara, Mexico, fired a three under par 68 Wednesday to earn his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Playing the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club, Yamamoto made six birdies and three bogeys to win by one stroke.

Yamamoto, 28, whose U.S. home is in Myrtle Beach, S.C., was making his fourth start since joining the Golfslinger Tour earlier this month. He received $1,000 from the $4,000 purse, nearly doubling his previous earnings of $1,010.

David Schuster of Turner Hill, MA, Brad Adamonis from Cumberland, RI, and Eric Cole of Orlando tied for second at 69.

The Golfslinger.com Tour has added an event to its sche... more

O'Mahony birdied 16 and 18 to get into the playoff on 66
Tuesday, February 19, 2013

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm, Beach Gardens birdied the second extra hole Tuesday to earn his 29th win on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Kim edged Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta after they tied at six under par 66 at The Links at Madison Green.

They halved the first hole with pars, then Kim made an eight footer for birdie at the par-5 second for the win. Moments earlier, O’Mahony left his 10 footer just short.

In regulation, Kim birdied the first three holes and finished the day with seven birdies and a bogey for his second win of the year, earning $1,000 from the $7,452 purse. Second among 60 players, O’Mahony made eight birdies and two bogeys,... more

Sal Spallone birdies 3 of last 5 for 65, Ryan Armour makes a 1
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta made his birdies in bunches Wednesday as he fired an eight under par 64 at Abacoa Golf Club to claim his 16th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

O’Mahony birdied Nos. 2 and 3, then the fifth and sixth holes, to turn in 32. On the back, he birdied 10 and 11, bogeyed 12 and birdied 13, then closed with birdies at the 17th and 18th to win by one stroke.

Sal Spallone of Vero Beach also birdied the 18th but was a shot short of a chance for his sixth Golfslinger win. After a bogey at the first hole, Spallone eagled the par-5 second and added six birdies for 65 to finish second among 75 players, the largest field of th... more

Gustaf Kocken of Stockholm, Sweden finished 3rd with 68
Monday, February 11, 2013

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, sank an 18-foot birdie putt on the first extra hole Monday to win a Golfslinger.com Tour event on the North course at Fountains Country Club. Moments earlier at the par-4 16th hole, Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge missed birdie from 20 feet. They had tied at six under par 65.

In regulation, Silverman made seven birdies (Nos. 1, 8, 10, 11, 14, 15 and 17) and a bogey at the par-3 12th hole. Lytle had three birdies on each nine. It was Silverman’s 12th win and he received $1,000 from the $8,625 purse, raising his career earnings to $64,261 since he joined Golfslinger in September, 2010. Lytle collected $750. Last Wednesd... more

McCarthy was 3-under par on the 6 extra holes
Wednesday, February 06, 2013

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., parred the sixth extra hole Wednesday to score his eighth win on the Golfslinger.com Tour. McCarthy outlasted two top local pros, Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge and Richard Terga of Palm Beach Gardens, after they tied at five under par 67 at the West Palm Beach Golf Club. View the video from the pic above

After they halved with birdies at the par-5 10th and with pars at the par-3 11th, Lytle broke a club on a tree during his second shot at the par-5 12th and was eliminated when McCarthy and Terga birdied. McCarthy and Terga both birdied the par-4 13th ... more

Fernando Figueroa from El Salvador finished solo third
Tuesday, February 05, 2013

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Drew Perry of Charlotte, N.C., parred the first playoff hole Tuesday to earn his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Perry and Ryan Armour of Jupiter had tied at two under par 70 at the Santa Lucia River Club.

Perry, playing in his fouth GOLFslinger Tour event, earned $1,000. Armour has three wins and earnings of $11,346.79 in 23 events since November, 2009.

Fernando Figueroa who shot 71 to finsh solo third, finished T3 yesterday at TPC Eagle Trace after a 3-under par 69.

Four players, Justin Dorward, Port St. Lucie, Greg Duncan, Scotland, Matt Springer, Gary, Ind., and Stephen Grant, Ireland, tied for fouth at even par 72.... more

Olin Browne Jr finished 1 shot back in solo 2nd with 4-under par 68
Monday, February 04, 2013

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Chris Scialo of New City, N.Y., made six birdies and a bogey on his first seven holes Monday, then finished with 11 straight pars for a one-stroke victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour at TPC Eagle Trace.

Scialo birdied the 10th, 11th and 12th holes, bogeyed the 13th, then birdied Nos. 14, 15 and 16. It was his fourth victory since he joined Golfslinger in November, 2010. He received $1,000 from the $5,377, raising his career earnings to $16,393.

Olin Browne Jr. of Tequesta was second among 44 players with 68 on seven birdies and three bogeys. He collected $600.

Fernando Figueroa of El Salvador tied for third place with Ben Vertz of Coral ... more

Eric Cole shot 68 in the final round to grab 2nd place
Friday, February 01, 2013

STUART, Fla. – Jon Curran of Jupiter grabbed the first round lead and never let go, winning for the third time on the Golfslinger.com Tour at the Champions Club at Summerfield. Curran shot 67-70 and at 137 he won by three strokes over the 42-player field. Curran made five birdies Thursday, four birdies and two bogeys Friday.

Curran earned $2,000 from the $13,650 purse. It was his 13th start since he joined Golfslinger in September. Both his previous wins were within four days the week after Thanksgiving, at Ironhorse CC and the Links at Madison Green.

2009 GOLFslinger Tour Championship winner Eric Cole of Orlando finished 3 back at 4-under par 140 (72-68) followed by... more

Both players shot 5-under par 67, Justin Dorward finished third with 68
Monday, January 28, 2013

PALM CITY, Fla. – Derrick Bohannon of Shelbyville, Ky., won his 23rd Golfslinger.com Tour title Monday, beating Gabe Costa of Tequesta on the second playoff hole at Hammock Creek Golf Club after they tied at five under par 67.

After both made par-4s on the first extra hole, Bohannon sank an 18-foot birdie putt at the par-5 second after escaping from a greenside bunker. Moments later, Costa missed his birdie putt from 12 feet. In regulation, Bohannon made an eagle and five birdies while Costa had seven birdies. Each had two bogeys.

Bohannon received $1,000 from the $5,053 purse, raising his Golfslinger career earnings to $93,488 since May, 2006. Costa, second of 41 en... more

Helpful hints to facilitate a successful, smooth season for all
Sunday, January 27, 2013

January 27, 2013

If you checked the website early on the morning of Sunday January 27th, you would have seen that 24 players were registered to play in the 1-Day event Monday at Hammock Creek. When this event was booked a few months ago, we reserved 24 teetimes, enough for 72 player in threesomes. As of this morning, we only had 24 players, 1 player per teetime.

The Tour usually books 17-24 tee times months in advance. Two or three days before the event---the course checks our registered player list and their tee sheet. If our signup is light, they will start taking back our tee times and booking them with member or public play. They do this because we can not guaran... more

Ben blistered the back nine with 4 birdies and an eagle
Thursday, January 24, 2013

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Ben Vertz of Coral Springs fired an eight under par 64 Thursday at the Links at Madison Green to score his first victory as a professional golfer. It was his fifth start on the Golfslinger.com Tour since Nov. 19. He earned $1,000 from the $4,597 purse. There were 35 starters.

After shooting 34 on the front nine with birdies on #2 and #3, Vertz birdied the 10th, Eagled the par-5 11th, birdied 12 and 14, the made birdie 2 on the par-3 16th hole. His bogey free 64 was one shot off the course record of Tim Tupen's 63 in a GolfSLINGER Tour event back in July of 2010.

Thomas Buran of San Francisco tied for second place with Michael Midgette from P... more

Tim Cantwell and Thomas Buran tie for third with 69
Tuesday, January 22, 2013

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Jimmy Hazen of Jupiter overcame a bogey on the first hole with eight birdies, four on each nine, Tuesday at Ironhorse Country Club to earn his fourth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

At seven under par 65, Hazen, 32, won by two strokes over Stephen Grant of Palm Beach Gardens, earning $1,000 from the $5,474 purse. Grant, who shot 67 with six birdies and a bogey, was second among 46 starters, collecting $600.

Tim Cantwell of Palm Beach Gardens tied for third place with Thomas Buran from San Francisco at 3-under par 69.

The Golfslinger schedule for the rest of the month: Thursday, Links @ Madison Green, Royal Palm Beach; Monday, Hamm... more

Andrew Giuliani, Carl McCauley and Pat Steffes tied for 2nd
Monday, January 21, 2013

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Palm Beach Gardens fired a six under par 66 Monday on the South course at Fountains Country Club to claim his 11th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Silverman made four birdies on each nine and had two bogeys. He received $1,000 from the $5,500 purse, raising his career earnings to $62,663 since he joined Golfslinger in September, 2010.

Andrew Giuliani of New York, Carl McCauley of Parkland, Florida and Pat Steffes from Milwaukee tied for second place at 4-under par 68. They each earned $558.34 from the purse.

Golfslinger play continues Tuesday at Ironhorse Country Club, West Palm Beach, and Thursday at the Links at Mad... more

Jake Katz and Sunny Kim finished 2 shots back with 69
Friday, January 18, 2013

ATLANTIS, Fla. – Michael Midgette of Conway, S.C., birdied the first playoff hole Thursday at Atlantis Country Club to earn his second Golfslinger.com Tour victory in nine days.

Midgette sank a three footer at the short, par-5 first hole to edge Chris Damiano of Jupiter after they tied at five under par 67. Moments earlier, Damiano missed a five-foot birdie putt.

Midgette, who scored his first Golfslinger victory Jan. 9 at Abacoa Golf Club in Jupiter, earned $1,000 from the $4,750 purse. Damiamo, second among 38 players, received $575.

Golfslinger plays three 18-hole tournaments next week: Monday, Fountains CC-South, Lake Worth; Tuesday, Ironhorse CC, West Pa... more

Smith birdied 3 of last 5 holes
Wednesday, January 16, 2013

PLANTATION, Fla. – Jhared Hack of Sanford, Florida fired a four under par 67 Wednesday to claim his third victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Hack made five birdies and a bogey on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club to edge Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach by a stroke. Smith, second among 40 starters, had four birdies and a bogey for 68. Hack received $1,000, Smith $600, from the $5,000 purse.

2009 GOLFslinger Tour Champion Eric Cole shot a 1-under par 70 to finish solo third.

There was $200 in the skins pot with 5 skins out worth $40 each.

4- Jhared Hack
6- John Haight
7- Soo "Eric " Ahn
9- Sandro Piaget (Eagle)
13- Adam Hale<... more

Four players tied for third at 70, 9 players tied for 10th
Monday, January 14, 2013

CORAL SPINGS, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens made a routine two-putt par on the first playoff hole Monday to earn his 28th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

After they tied at four under par 68 at the TPC at Eagle Trace, Kim edged Eric Beringer of Delray Beach on the first extra hole, the par-5 10th, after Beringer’s tee shot stuck under the lip of a fairway bunker leading to a bogey. In regulation, Kim made an eagle, five birdies and three bogeys. Beringer was bogey-free with four birdies.

Kim received $1,000 from the $5,945 purse, raising his career earnings to $120,996 since he joined Golfslinger in October, 2006. Beringer, second of 49 starters, ... more

Scott Turner, Ben Silverman, Sunny Kim and Michael Midgette tied for 2nd with 68
Thursday, January 10, 2013

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach earned his 15th win on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a four under par 67 Thursday on the West course at Fountains Country Club. Smith made five birdies and a bogey. He received $1,000 from the $5,150 purse, raising his career earnings to $50,952 since he turned pro in January, 2010. Smith joined Golfslinger in October, 2005, and won twice as an amateur.

Four players in the starting field of 42 tied for second at 68, including Michael Midgette of Conway, S.C., the Golfslinger winner Wednesday at Abacoa GC in Jupiter.

Three 18-hole tournaments are scheduled next week: Monday, TPC at Eagle Trace, Coral Springs; Wednesd... more

Liam Friedman shot 66 for solo 2nd place
Wednesday, January 09, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. – Michael Midgette of Conway, S.C., made two eagles and birdied the last three holes Wednesday enroute to a seven under par 65 and victory on the Golfslingeer.com Tour at Abacoa Golf Club.

Midgette, 25, eagled the par-5 second and 10th holes, birdied Nos. 3, 16, 17 and 18, and bogeyed the par-4 seventh hole. It was Midgette’s first victory as a golf pro and he earned $1,000 from the $7,735 purse. A former New Yorker, he won the Long Island Public Links title in 2008.

Liam Friedman of Lackawana, N.Y., was second among 65 players with 66 as he made seven birdies and a bogey. He received $675.

Jake Katz and Jon Curran tied for third place ea... more

Make sure the tour has your current address!!!
Tuesday, January 08, 2013

JUPITER, Fla. - All players with a US Tax ID who earned $600 or more in 2012 will receive a IRS 1099-MISC Form from the tour. These forms are required to be sent by the end of January. If you earned more than $600 in 2012....MAKE SURE YOUR ADDRESS IS UP TO DATE!

2012 Offical Money List

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Brandon Smith finished solo 2nd with 4-under par 68
Monday, January 07, 2013

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Stephen Grant of Palm Beach Gardens, playing in the first group off the tee in the first event of the Golfslinger.com Tour’s 10th season, was the winner Monday with a five under par 67 on the Estate course at PGA National.

Grant, 35, a former professional soccer player from Birr, Ireland, made seven birdies and two bogeys to win by a stroke over Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach. Smith finished an hour and a half later with a bogey at the 18th hole for 68. Grant had birdied the par-5 closing hole.

It was Grant’s third Golfslinger title. He received $1,000 from the $4,994 purse. He has played Golfslinger since March, 2008, and has... more

Matt Dubrowski made a Hole-In-One on the 2nd Hole
Thursday, December 20, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta sank a 12-foot birdie putt on the first extra hole Thursday as he teamed with Eric Cole of Orlando to win the final tournament of the year on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

O’Mahony and Cole edged Jonathan Orchin of Jupiter and Jhared Hack of Sanford after they tied at 14 under par 67 in the fourth annual Team Trilogy, three formats on three nines on the par-3 Jupiter Dunes Golf Club course.

O’Mahony and Cole earned $700 apiece from the $4,480 purse. It was O’Mahony’s 15th Golfslinger victory, the seventh for Cole. Orchin and Hack, second among 14 teams, received $500 each.

The field started o... more

Major III winner Ben Silverman birdies last 2 holes to finish 1 back
Wednesday, December 19, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. – Brooks Koepka of Lake Worth overcame an erratic first round Tuesday with a bogey-free second Wednesday to win the Golfslinger.com Tour’s ninth annual Tour Championship and a $10,000 check at Abacoa Golf Club.

A former Cardinal Newman High School golfer and June graduate of Florida State University where he earned multiple all-Atlantic Coast Conference honors, Koepka, 22, shot 70-66—136 to win by a shot.

On Tuesday, Koepka started his round with a triple bogey at the par-5 10th hole, birdied 12, 14 and 15, bogeyed 16 and 17, birdied the first, eagled the second, had a double bogey at the fifth and birdied the seventh. In the final round, he... more

Will Coleman/Chad Bouchard and Billy Hemstock/Jon White tie for 2nd
Monday, December 17, 2012

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Jhared Hack of Sanford birdied the third playoff hole Monday as he teamed with Nick Lindheim of Delray Beach to win the Golfslinger.com Tour’s Holiday Team Championship at the Santa Lucia River Club.

Hack and Lindheim tied at 11 under par 61 with Billy Hemstock and Jon White of Palm Beach Gardens, who were eliminated with bogey on the first extra hole, and with Will Coleman and Chad Bouchard of Jupiter, who lost out to Hack’s 12-foot birdie putt at the par-4 third.

It was Hack’s second victory in the event where front nine scoring is a scramble format and the back is a four-ball stroke play event. He won with Jeff Hill in 2008... more

6 players tied for second with 3-under par 69
Monday, December 10, 2012

ATLANTIS, Fla. – Gavin Dear of Scone, Scotland, birdied three straight holes right after back-to-back bogeys Monday enroute to his second victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Dear, 28, whose American home is in Delray Beach, won with a five under par 67 at Atlantis Country Club. He made four birdies in each nine, at Nos. 1, 3, 6, 9, 10, 11, 15 and 16. His bogeys were at the seventh, eighth and 14th holes.

Dear received $1,000 from the $5,280 purse, raising his career earnings to $7,060 since he joined Golfslinger in 2009. His only previous win on the local mini-tour was on Oct. 28, 2009, at Hillcrest CC in Hollywood.

Golfslinger’s 119th tournament of th... more

Nathan Sutherland finished 2nd, 5 players tied for third at 69
Thursday, December 06, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Brad Adamonis of Coral Springs did not make a bogey Thursday as he scored a seven under par 65 to win on the Golfslinger.com Tour at Ironhorse Country Club. His birdies were at Nos. 2, 4, 6, 7, 14, 16 and 18 and he earned $1,000 from the $6,760 purse.

It was his fourth victory and raised his career earnings to $10,608 since he first played on the Golfslinger.com Tour in February, 2005. Adamonis, 39, has played most of the past eight years on the PGA and Nationwide tours.

Nathan Sutherland of Jupiter, FL shot 68 to finish solo second, 1 shot ahead of 5 players that tied for third place at 3-under par 69.

Only five tournaments remain in ... more

Brad Adamonis tied for 2nd with Anders Kristiansen and Brandon Smith
Wednesday, December 05, 2012

PLANTATION, Fla. – Thomas Buran of San Francisco, making just his second start on the Golfslinger.com Tour, was the winner Wednesday at Jacaranda Golf Club. Playing the East Course, Buran made four birdies and eagled the par-5 ninth hole for a 65. He did not make a bogey.

Buran earned $1,000 from the $5,437 purse. On Monday at Fountains CC near Lake Worth, Buran shot 73 to tie for 11th, collecting $138.

Brad Adamonis of Cumberland, RI tied for second at 67 with Brandon Smith from West Palm Beach and Anders Kristiansen of Norway. Each player earned $541.67. Kenny Leech of Boca Raton, FL finished solo fifth.

There were 41 starters in Golfslinger’s 117th... more

Scott Langley will join him as a 2013 rookie, while Justin Hicks, Nicholas Thompson, Kris Blanks and Eric Compton return to the PGA Tour
Monday, December 03, 2012

LA QUINTA, Calif. — Earlier today Steve LeBrun finished tied for 2nd at PGA Tour Qualifying School. Now, golf fans around the world, will get to see what we have known down in south Florida for a long time. Not only can Steve LeBrun play world class golf, he is a world class gentleman.

LeBrun, has won 37 times and earned over $100,000 on the GOLFslinger Tour. His graduation to the biggest stage is long overdue, but the lessons learned in his many year journey, may just be, the perfect preparation for what is needed to succeed at the highest level.

Last year Steve won a 2011 GOLFslinger Tour Q-School contest that paid his 2011 PGA Tour Q-School Entry Fee. At 2011 Q... more

Jon Curran and Greg Duncan tie for third at 2-under par 70
Monday, December 03, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge, in the second group out Monday morning, came back with a three under par 68 and had to wait nearly two hours to see if it would hold up. He made four birdies on the front nine of the West course at Fountains Country Club, another at the par-3 13th hole but finished with a double bogey at the par-5 18th.

Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach came closest, posting 69 on five birdies and three bogeys. He made four birdies and a bogey on the back nine to finish second among 42 players.

Lytle earned $1,000 from the $5,490 purse, raising his career earnings to $120,261 since he joined Golfslinger in July, 2006. It was his 34th vict... more

Vince Covello also earns full staus. Sunny Kim, Dan McCarthy, Alan Morin, Derek Fathauer, Mike Welch, Matt Hill, Chris Wilson, and Michael Sims have 2013 conditional Web.com Tour status
Monday, December 03, 2012

LA QUINTA, Calif. - Brett Stegmaier, who has won 6 times on the GOLFslinger Tour, 4 times in 2012, earned his 2013 Web.com Tour Status on Monday by playing 6 rounds, 108 holes, at 10-under par at PGA Tour Qualifying school Finals. His T73rd finish put him just inside the next 50 (after the top 25 that earned 2013 PGA Tour Cards) that earn full 2013 Web.com Tour Status.

Stegmaier also won our 7th WEB.com $1,000 bonus contest in August and is 15th on the 2012 money list. Congratulations Brett!

Vince Covello also earned full Web.com Tour Status with his T27 finish---- 1 shot better and it would have earned him a 2013 PGA Tour Card.

2012 GOLFslinger Tour leading money... more

Wednesdays winner Ben Silverman 2nd with 69
Thursday, November 29, 2012

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Jon Curran won for the second time on the Golfslinger.com Tour, his second victory in four days, with a six under par 66 Thursday at the Links at Madison Green.

Curran birdied five of the last six holes to win by three strokes. By comparison, he had to go three extra holes Monday at Ironhorse in West Palm Beach after seven players tied at two under par 70, the largest playoff in more than eight years of Golfslinger play.

The runnerup at 69 was Ben Silverman of Palm Beach Gardens, who won Wednesday with 63 at West Palm Beach Municipal.

Curran had seven birdies and a bogey, earning $1,000 from the $3,915 purse. He finished his round wit... more

Silverman's 63 earns him his 10th GOLFslinger Tour win
Wednesday, November 28, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Palm Beach Gardens, edged Chris Scialo of New City, N.Y., 63-64 by making birdies on his last three holes for a one-stroke victory in the Golfslinger.com Tour event at West Palm Beach Municipal Golf Course Wednesday.

Playing in the first group, Scialo started about 45 minutes before Silverman. Coincidentally, both birdied Nos. 2, 3, 5, 7 and 9 to turn in 30, and they also birdied the 10th hole. Scialo added birdies at 11, 12 and 17 but bogeyed the par-3 14th while Silverman closed with the previously mentioned birdies at 16, 17 and 18.

It was Silverman’s 10th victory. He earned $1,000 from the $4,725 purse and raised his... more

Sunny Kim, Dan McCarthy, Brett Stegmaier, Steve LeBrun, Brett Bergeron, Alan Morin, Nate Smith, Derek Fathauer, Guy Boros, Len Matiace, Scott Langley, Kris Blanks, Chris Wilson, Erik Compton, Michael Sims, Matt Hill, Mike Welch, Vince Covello
Monday, November 26, 2012

LaQuinta, Ca - Starting Wednesday, 172 players will start a 108 hole marathon that will result in 25 players getting 2013 PGA Tour status.  This will be the last year the PGA Tour will award cards for its main tour through Q-School. 

Q-school will be changing next year from an event that awards PGA Tour and Web.com Tour exemptions, to a tournament that only provides players with a path to the Web.com Tour. That fact alone will be enough to ramp up the pressure on players a notch higher than in previous years, making this week, the last shot at going "all the way" to the PGA Tour.

While it is true that al... more

Brandon Smith, Mike Ballo, Will Coleman, Jimmy Lytle, Scott Marino and Tim Turpen all tied for 2nd
Monday, November 26, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Jon Curran of Jupiter survived a seven-man playoff Monday at Ironhorse for his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Curran and Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach advanced with birdie-3s on the first playoff hole, matched par-4s at the second and Curran won with a 20-foot putt for a deuce at the par-3 third. After turning in 37, Curran birdied Nos. 11, 14 and 18 to work his way into the playoff.

Eliminated on the first hole with pars or worse were Mike Ballo, Will Coleman, Jimmy Lytle, Scott Marino and Tim Turpen. This was the largest playoff since the Golfslinger Tour began in August, 2004. The Tour has staged 946 events, including 113 thi... more

Devin Kay was solo 2nd with 69
Monday, November 19, 2012

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Mike Ballo of Jupiter birdied six of his first seven holes enroute to an eight under par 64 and a five stroke margin of victory Monday in a Golfslinger.com Tour event at the TPC at Eagle Trace.

Following birdies at the first, second, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh holes, Ballo made his only bogey of the day at the par-4 ninth for 31 at the turn, then birdied three more times on the back, at Nos. 10, 12 and 15, for an incoming 33.

It was Ballo’s second Golfslinger victory. He earned $1,000 from the $5,875 purse. Ballo won once in six starts in April and May, posting back-to-back 67s in a 36-hole tournament at Ironhorse Country Club in Wes... more

Brandon Smith shot 66 to finish 2nd, 1 shot back
Thursday, November 15, 2012

BOCA RATON, Fla. – Will Coleman of Kensington, Md., birdied his final hole for a one-stroke victory Thursday in a Golfslinger.com Tour event at Boca Raton Municipal Golf Course.

Coleman edged Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach, 65 to 66. Neither player made a bogey. Coleman birdied Nos. 13, 17, 1, 2, 5, 6 and 9. Smith’s birdies were at the 12th, 14th, 16th, 18th, first and sixth holes.

It was Coleman’s third Golfslinger victory, the first two coming on consecutive days in August, 2011. He earned $1,000, raising his earnings to $17,441.77 since he joined the Golfslinger Tour in November, 2010.

As an amateur, Smith won the Palm Beach County Stroke Pla... more

Monday's winner Ben Silverman finshed 1 back, 6 players tie for 3rd with 70
Wednesday, November 14, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. – Clayton Gamber III of Doral played bogey-free golf with five birdies Wednesday at Abacoa Golf Club to earn his fourth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Gamber edged Ben Silverman of Palm Beach Gardens 67-68. Silverman had six birdies but made two costly bogeys. Silverman was the winner of a Golfslinger event Monday at Jacaranda Golf Club in Plantation.

Gamber received $1,000 from the $6,317 purse, raising his earnings to $9,960 since joining Golfslinger in July, 2006. Silverman, second among 48 players in Golfslinger’s 110th tournament this year, collected $650.

A half dozen players tied for third place with 2-under par 70. Nick Bova... more

Gavin Dear solo 2nd with 71
Monday, November 12, 2012

PLANTATION, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Palm Beach Gardens survived a bogey on the last hole Monday for a one-stroke margin of victory in a Golfslinger.com Tour event at Jacaranda Golf Club.

Silverman edged Gavin Dear of Delray Beach, 70-71. It was Silverman’s ninth Golfslinger title. Playing the par-71 East course, he birdied Nos. 4, 6, 9 and 16 and bogeyed the 12th, 15th and 18th holes. He earned $1,000 from the $3,570 purse. Dear bogeyed the second hole, birdied the sixth, bogeyed the seventh, birdied the 11th and parred in. He finished second among 25 players, receiving $525.

The only player to break par here, Silverman won tournaments on consecutive days at th... more

Michael Buttacavoli finished solo 2nd at 4-under par 68
Thursday, November 08, 2012

BOCA RATON, Fla. – Chad Bricker of Waynesboro, Pa., fired an eight under par 64 Thursday at Ocean Breeze Golf Club to earn his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

A strong back nine was decisive as Bricker beat Michael Buttacavoli of Miami by four shots. Bricker finished with an eagle at the par-5 13th hole and birdies at Nos. 14, 15, 17 and 18.

It was just the eighth Golfslinger appearance since February, 2011, for Bricker, 25, a former Pennsylvania Amateur (2006) and Junior Amateur (2004) champion. He earned $1,000 from the $4,322 purse.

Playing the South and North nines, Buttacavoli posted 34-34—68 to finish second among 32 entrants in Golfsli... more

Both players shot 65
Tuesday, November 06, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., beaten by Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens in a playoff Monday at Hammock Creek, got his revenge Tuesday at Winston Trails. McCarthy won with a two-putt par from 20 feet on the second playoff hole after tying with Kim at seven under par 65. They halved the first extra hole with par-4s.

It was McCarthy’s seventh Golfslinger win since October, 2007, his second in his last three events. McCarthy received $1,000 from the $3,672 purse, raising his career earnings to $25,127. McCarthy has collected $2,450 in the past week. Kim beat McCarthy and Will Coleman of Kensington, Md., at Hammock Creek in Palm City with a birdie on th... more

Sunny Kim birdies 1st extra hole to win playoff over Will Coleman & Dan McCarthy
Monday, November 05, 2012

PALM CITY, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens birdied the first playoff hole Monday at Hammock Creek Golf Club to score his 27th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Kim outlasted Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., and Will Coleman of Kensington, Md., after they tied at six under par 66. After McCarthy missed from 50 feet and Coleman from 12 feet at the par-4 first hole, Kim made a six footer for the win.

Kim earned $1,000 from the $3,087 purse. McCarthy and Coleman, tied for second among 21 starters in the 106th tournament of the year, received $450 apiece. McCarthy has six Golfslinger wins, Coleman two. McCarthy was the Golfslinger winner last Friday at the Champi... more

Clint Keown shot 70 for solo 2nd place
Friday, November 02, 2012

STUART, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., made five birdies on the last eight holes Friday on the way to a six under par 66 and earned his sixth win on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

McCarthy had three birdies and a bogey on the front to turn in 34, then birdied the 11th, bogeyed the 12th and birdied Nos. 13, 14, 16 and 18. He received $1,000 from the $2,505 purse, raising his career earnings to $23,677 since joining Golfslinger in October, 2007.

Newcomer Clint Keown of Evansville, Ind., making his first Golfslinger start, was the only other player to break par with a two-under 70 to finish second among 15 players. He collected $475.

Three 18-hole tournaments... more

Clayton Gamber III finished 1 shot back in solo second
Tuesday, October 30, 2012

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Palm Beach Gardens has made it two victories in as many days on the Golfslinger.com Tour, each coming on a score of one over par 73.

Silverman edged Clayton Gamber III of Doral by a stroke Tuesday, each making a double bogey at the TPC at Eagle Trace. Silverman won a playoff with Paul Scaletta of Jupiter on the second extra hole Monday at the Links at Madison Green in Royal Palm Beach and he picked up $10,000 last month when he birdied the final hole in the 36-hole "Major" tournament conducted by the Golfslinger.com Tour at Bear Lakes Country Club.

Silverman, now with eight Golfslinger wins, doubled the par-4 16th hole and also ... more

Silverman parred the 2nd extra hole to win 7th GOLFslinger Event
Monday, October 29, 2012

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. - Ben Silverman parred two playoff holes Monday at the Links at Madison Green to outlast Paul Scaletta and earn his seventh victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

After they tied at one over par 73, they halved the first hole with par-4s. At the second, Scaletta, of Jupiter, three-putted from 30 feet and Silverman, of Palm Beach Gardens, won with par-5. Each had two birdies and three bogeys in regulation.

A combination of fast greens and winds from the back side of Hurricane Sandy led to the highest winning score in a Golfslinger tournament since June, 2009, at the Country Club of Miami, also a 73.

Silverman received $1,000 from the $2,762 purs... more

High winds from Tropical Storm Sandy make for a tough test
Thursday, October 25, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Tim Turpen of West Palm Beach scored his 21st victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a five under par 67 Thursday at Ironhorse Country Club. Turpen edged Tyler Kitson, also of West Palm Beach, by a stroke.

Turpen made seven birdies and two bogeys, receiving the winner’s guaranteed share, $1,000, from the $1,927 purse, raising his earnings to $92,485 since he joined Golfslinger in July, 2006. Kitson, at 68 second among 11 starters, had three birdies and a bogey on each nine. He collected $450.

The small field was due to several withdrawls due to the threat of Tropical Storm Sandy. There were a few brief rain squalls and some brisk winds... more

J.T. Kohut, Dan McCarthy & Hector Zapata tied for 2nd at 69
Wednesday, October 24, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. – Paul Scaletta birdied the first, second and fourth holes Wednesday enroute to a seven under par 65 at Abacoa Golf Club and the victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

An assistant professional at The Bear’s Club, just a few miles east of Abacoa, Scaletta added birdies at Nos. 8, 10, 11, 15 and 17 and won by four strokes despite at bogey at the 18th hole. It was his fourth Golfslinger victory. He collected $1,000 from the $4,002 purse, raising his career earnings to $16,787 since October, 2006.

In 2012 Scaletta played in his first major in August at the PGA Championship and earlier this month he qualified for the WEB.com Tour Miccosukee Championship... more

Peters birdies 3rd extra hole for 34 GOLFslinger Victory
Monday, October 22, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Justin Peters of Stuart birdied the third playoff Monday to edge Ben Silverman of Palm Beach Gardens and win the 100th tournament of the year on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

After they tied at four under par 67 on the West course at Fountains Country Club, Peters and Silverman halved the first two holes with pars. At the par-4 third, Peters birdied from 19 feet and Silverman missed from 18 feet.

In regulation, Peters made eight birdies and four bogeys, including Nos. 17-18 to set up the playoff. Peters earned $1,000 from the $2,505 purse, raising his career earnings to $93,111.75 since joining Golfslinger in September, 2006. He has won 34 times.

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Afredo Adrian makes 8 birdies, finishes 2nd with 65
Thursday, October 18, 2012

PLANTATION, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens did not make a bogey Thursday when he shot an eight under par 64 to claim victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Playing the West course at Jacaranda Golf Club, Kim eagled the par-5 14th hole and birdied Nos. 2, 5, 8, 9, 10 and 18.

It was Kim’s 26th win since he joined the Golfslinger Tour in October, 2006. He won four in a row in September. Kim collected $1,000 from the $3,190 purse here, raising his career earnings to $115,858.

Alfredo Adrian of Sunrise shot 65 and finished second among 22 players. He made four birdies and each nine but bogeyed the par-4 16th.

Golfslinger has played 99 tournaments this ... more

David McAndrew shot 70 to finish 2nd, 1 shot back
Tuesday, October 16, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta was the only player to break 70 Tuesday in a Golfslinger.com Tour event at Bear Lakes Country Club, winning with a three under par 69.

With the Links stretched out to nearly 7,400 yards, O’Mahony, 26, eagled the par-5 11th hole after turning in 37. He birdied Nos. 2, 6, 10, 12 and 16, and bogeyed 5, 8, 9 and 18. He earned $1,000 from the $3,672 purse.

It was O’Mahony’s 14th Golfslinger victory since he turned pro in August, 2009, a few days after winning the Palm Beach Open as an amateur. His career Golfslinger earnings have reached $51,297.

Only one other player broke par. David McAndr... more

Will Coleman (67) 2nd, Scott Marino (68) 3rd, Gregory Huxman (69) 4th
Monday, October 15, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. – Derrick Bohannon of Palm City birdied the first two holes Monday at Jupiter Country Club enroute to a six under par 66 and his 22nd victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Bohannon, 28, added birdies at Nos. 4, 5, 9, 10, 11 and 15. He bogeyed the 12th and 17th holes. He received $1,000 from the $3,337 purse, raising his career earnings to $92,100 since he joined the Golfslinger Tour in May, 2006.

Will Coleman who plays out of Jupiter Country Club, shot a 5-under par 67 to claim solo 2nd place, followed by Scott Marino in third with 68 and Gregory Huxman in fouth with 69.

There were 23 entries for the Golfslinger’s 97th tournament of the yea... more

Sunny Kim and Greg Entimos tie for 2nd with 70
Friday, October 12, 2012

PALM CITY, Fla. – Jem Buchanan of Loudonville, N.Y., earned his first win as a professional golfer when he fired a three under par 69 Friday at The Evergreen Club. It was his third start on the Golfslinger.com Tour, all this week.

Buchanan started quickly on each nine with birdies at the first, 10th and 12th holes. He did not make a bogey and earned $1,000 from the $2,338 purse.

Earlier this week, Buchanan tied for eighth at Bear Lakes with par-72, earning $168.75, and missed the money list at Breakers Rees Jones, both in West Palm Beach.

Greg Etimos and Sunny Kim tied for second place with 2-under par 70.

Scott Marino and Tim Turpen tied for fourth p... more

Brooks Koepka and Amateur Brett McCurdy Jr (a) Tied for 2nd with 68
Thursday, October 11, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Morten Orveland of Oslo, Norway, fired a seven under par 65 on the Rees Jones course at The Breakers Wednesday for his third victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. With nine birdies, and a bogey on each nine, Orveland won by three strokes.

Orveland, 38, has played the Golfslinger Tour off-and-on since September, 2007. His previous victories were in March, 2008, at The Florida Club and last October at The Evergreen Club, both in Martin County. He has career earnings of $7,513, including $1,000 from the $3,528 purse here.

The Golfslinger’s 95th tournament of the year drew 25 entries. Next on the schedule: Friday, Evergreen Club, Palm City, a... more

Damiano and Jorden (a) tied at 4-under par 68
Wednesday, October 10, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Kevin Jorden, an amateur from Juno Beach, playing in his first Golfslinger.com Tour event, was the winner in a playoff Tuesday at Bear Lakes Country Club.

Jorden outlasted Chris Damiano of Jupiter, who has four Golfslinger wins, with birdie from three feet on the par-5 third hole after they tied at four under par 68 on the Lakes course. They halved the first two holes with par-4s and par-3s, respectively.

Jorden played mistake-free golf in regulation climaxed by a 12-foot birdie putt at the 18th hole. He birdied Nos. 1, 6 and 7 on the front. Jorden received a $750 merchandise certificate from Golfsmith.

Damiano had six birdies but doub... more

Annual Membership for active Touring Professionals Only
Thursday, October 04, 2012

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. - North Palm Beach Country Club is now offering an annual membership to active touring professionals.

-Annual Membership for active Touring Professional $2,205.00 +tax
-Jack Nicklaus Signature Course
-Access to Members Only Short Game area
-Discounted Range Balls
-Pay only a cart or walking fee when you play
-If you are playing tournament golf then you should play and practice on greens that are in tournament condition year round

Contact Head Golf Professional Lee Stroever for more information. (561) 691-3435

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Alfredo Adrian, Craig Hicks, Tyler Kitson and Hector Zapata tied for 3rd with 69
Thursday, October 04, 2012

PLANTATION, Fla. – Tim Turpen of Fayetteville, Tenn overcame two early bogeys Thursday to score his 20th win on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a four under par 67 on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club.

After bogeys at the third and fourth holes, Turpen, 37, birdied Nos. 6, 9, 10, 13, 14 and 17 to win by a stroke over Sunny Kim. It was his third Golfslinger victory this year. He received $1,000 from the $4,288 purse, raising his career earnings to $90,850 since joining Golfslinger in July, 2006.

Tyler Kitson of New Providence, NJ shot 69 to tie for third place with Craig Hicks of Windsor, Ontario, Hector Zapata of Weston, Florida and Alfredo Adrian from Venezuela... more

Will Coleman and Jordan Holley tie for 2nd with 66
Wednesday, October 03, 2012

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – Zack Shriver of Marysville, Wash., established several firsts with his victory Wednesday in a Golfslinger.com Tour event at North Palm Beach Country Club.

He shot a six under par 65 in his fourth Golfslinger start. It not only was his first victory, it was the first time he had broken par. He had cashed checks the three previous outings, all this year, but never for as much as $100. Wednesday, he received $1,000 from the $4,185 purse. An assistant at the municipal course, Shriver birdied Nos. 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 and 13 and did not make a bogey.

Jordan Holley of Greensboro, NC shot 66 to tie for second place with Will Coleman of Kensington, MD.

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Nyasha Mauchaza of Zimbabwe was 2nd with 66
Monday, October 01, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, shot a streaky, eight under par 63 on the North course at Fountains Country Club Monday for his sixth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour, his fourth since Aug. 12.

Silverman birdied three holes starting at No. 6, then eagled the 11th and birdied the 12th and 13th. Overall, he made seven birdies and a bogey in addition to the eagle at the short, par-5 11th hole.

Collecting $1,000 from the $3,087 purse, Silverman, 25, raised his career earnings to $47,650 since joining the Golfslinger Tour less than two years ago. He played his first event Sept. 13, 2010.

Also highlighting Monday’s play, Geoff Lee o... more

Sunny Kim shot 67 to finish solo second
Thursday, September 27, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Greg Duncan of Edinburg, Scotland, matched his personal best with a six under par 66 Thursday at Ironhorse Country Club to earn his second victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

After opening with seven pars, Duncan birdied the eighth and bogeyed the ninth to turn in 36, then birdied six times on the last nine, at Nos. 11, 12, 13, 15, 17 and 18 for a 30. His only previous Golfslinger victory was on Sept. 21, 2011, on the fourth playoff hole after a 69 at Evergreen Club in Palm City.

In his biography on the Golfslinger website, Duncan lists a 66 in the British Heart Foundation tournament as his career best score. He received $1,000 from the $3,99... more

Alfredo Adrian of Venezuela and Ben Silverman of Canada tie for 2nd with 65
Wednesday, September 26, 2012

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta won for the 13th time on the Golfslinger.com Tour with an unusual eight under par 64 Wednesday on the North course at Quail Ridge Country Club.

After a par-4 at the first hole, O’Mahony birdied seven of the next eight holes, marred only by a bogey at the par-3 fourth, to turn in 30, then added two more birdies, at Nos. 11 and 16.

O’Mahony earned $1,000 from the $3,614 purse, raising his career earnings over the $50,000 mark since he joined Golfslinger in August, 2009. He has Monday-qualified to play in several Web.com Tour events this year.

Alfredo Adrian of Venezuela and $10,000 Major III winn... more

Dan McCarthy shot 66 for solo 2nd, Major III winner Ben Silverman tied for third place with Devin Kay
Monday, September 24, 2012

PLANTATION, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens equaled the scoring record on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club with an eight under par 63 Monday. Whether his effort will be recognized remains to be seen as the 24 contestants in the Golfslinger.com Tour event were following “lift, clean and place” guidelines because of the wet course conditions.

What is definite is that Kim got his 25th victory since joining the Golfslinger Tour in March, 2006, including four in a row earlier this month. He eagled the par-5 ninth hole and birdied Nos. 1, 7, 10, 13, 14 and 15. Kim received $1,000 from the $3,442 purse, raising his career earnings to $112,049.

The o... more

Sunny Kim was second, Kris Blanks third
Thursday, September 20, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Ben Silverman of Palm Beach Gardens made a $6,000 putt for birdie on the final hole Thursday to win a 36-hole "Major" tournament conducted by the Golfslinger.com Tour at Bear Lakes Country Club.

Playing in the final group after sharing the first round lead at 68 with five other players Wednesday, Silverman and Sunny Kim were tied at nine under par through 35 holes on the Lakes course. At the par-4 18th, Silverman made a six footer for the win moments after Kim had missed from 12 feet.

This being the 3rd of four GOLFslinger.com Tour Majors, the winner was guaranteed $10,000, while the runner-up received $4,000 from the $33,265 purse. Kim, also of Pa... more

The leaders are Major 2 Winner Sunny Kim, Tim Turpen, Ben Silverman, Chris Damiano, David Johnson, Peter Laws and Edward Reyes
Wednesday, September 19, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - 33 players are within 6 shots of the lead after the opening round of the 3rd 2012 Major at Bear Lakes, Lakes Course. The winner will take home $10,000 and the event has a total of $10,000 added into the purse from qualifying, the GOLFslinger Tour and buy in players.

Seven players, including Major 2 winner Sunny Kim, are tied for for the lead going in to the final round.

View the $33,265 purse. Wednesday's Scores and Thursday's Teetimes

There was $300 in the Day 1 skins pot with 3 skins out worth $100 each.

4- Johnny Delprete
6- Kris B... more

Stevenson Clarke won low amateur with 44 points
Monday, September 17, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Eric Cole of Orlando won a Stableford points tournament conducted by the Golfslinger.com Tour at Winston Trails Golf Club. Cole shot 64 on his own ball Monday and earned 52 points, earning $1,000 from the $2,385 purse. It was his sixth Golfslinger victory.

Other winners Monday were Dan McCarthy, Palm Beach Gardens, and Brett Macias, pro-amateur teams, 85 points, and Stevenson Clarke, West Palm Beach, low amateur, 44 points. Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens, who had won the last four Golfslinger tournaments, failed to cash a check.

The Golfslinger’s 86th tournament of the year drew 15 players in the pro division. A 36-hole “major” i... more

The deadline has passed and the event is NOW OPEN TO ALL PLAYERS!
Friday, September 14, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - The third $10,000 added in winner's share GOLFslinger.com Tour Major is next week on September 19 & 20 at Bear Lakes, Lakes Course. The deadline for ranked players has passed, so available spots are OPEN TO ALL on a first come, first serve basis.

Unranked players that have not played ANY EVENTS in the ranking period may buy-in for an additional $200 ($10 x 20 events in the ranking period) IF any buy-in money is collected, 100% of it will be added to the purse.

SO, if you want to play REGISTER NOW!

DON'T DELAY, REGISTER NOW BY EMAIL, PHONE, OR ONLINE PAYMENT!!!!!

Sunny Kim (PICTURED ABOVE) with his winners check ... more

Monday at Winston Trails
Friday, September 14, 2012

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. - The inaugural GOLFslinger Tour PRO, AM, TEAM Stableford event is on Monday, September 17, at Winston Trails Golf Club in Boynton Beach.

The tournament is 3 events rolled into one, using this modified stableford scoring.
Double Bogey or Worse=0 pts, Bogey=1 pt, Par=2 pts, Birdie=4pts, Eagle=6pts, Double Eagle=8pts

1. Professionals will pay their $200 entry fee and compete against other pros

2. Amateurs will pay a $75 entry fee and compete against other amateurs

3. Teams (optional) can be formed for $25 each and will be scored by adding the total of both team members.

Amateurs without a Team partner can pay the additional $... more

Sunny Kim wins Bonus Contest 9
Tuesday, September 11, 2012

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens continued to move up all of the statistical leaderboards on the Golfslinger.com Tour by winning again Tuesday.

It was his fourth straight victory, all this month, and the first to come in a playoff as he beat Jeff Bors of St. Simons Island, Ga. They tied at two under par 70 on the Champion course at PGA National, home of the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic in March. The playoff lasted one hole as Kim made birdie from the back bunker at the par-5 10th hole. Bors parred from a bunker right of the green.

On Thursday at The Falls CC west of Lake Worth, Kim will have his chance to match the Golfslinger record of fi... more

Jimmy Lytle second with 3-under par 69
Monday, September 10, 2012

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens won his third straight Golfslinger.com Tour tournament Monday with a four under par 68 on the East course at Indian Spring Country Club.

Playing in the final group of the day, Kim had to wait out a brief, 10-minute rain delay to save par for a one-stroke victory over Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge. Lytle tied for second in Kim’s two wins last week.

With Lytle already atop the leaderboard at 69, Kim returned to the 18th fairway when play resumed and hit his second shot into a greenside bunker. He then hit a 20-yard sand shot to about three feet and made his par putt for the win.

Kim made six birdies and t... more

Jimmy Lytle, Tommy McDonagh & Justin Peters tie for 2nd
Friday, September 07, 2012

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens made it two straight on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a three under par 68 Thursday at North Palm Beach Country Club. He scored five birdies, four on the last nine holes after bogeying twice on the front.

Play was interrupted for three hours by rain and lightning and the 25-player field just did beat darkness.

On Wednesday, Kim won a 36-hole tournament at Winston Trails Golf Club near Lake Worth on rounds of 71-63—134. Both victories were by a single stroke. He now has nine wins for the year and 23 since joining the Golfslinger Tour in October, 2006.

Next week’s Golfslinger schedule: Monday,... more

1st Round Leaders Jimmy Lytle & Ben Silverman tie for 2nd
Wednesday, September 05, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens fired a closing round of nine under par 63 Wednesday at Winston Trails for a come-from-behind victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

At 134, he finished one shot ahead of first round co-leaders Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge and Ben Silverman of Palm Beach Gardens, each scoring 65-70—135 to tie for second among 12 starters.

Kim did not make a bogey the final round with birdies at Nos. 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 13, 15, 16 and 18. He had three birdies and a double bogey at the par-5 ninth hole Tuesday for 71 to trail Lytle and Silverman by six.

Kim earned $2,000 from the $4,350 purse. It was his eight win of the year, hi... more

Silverman won the event and the $1,000 Web.com Bonus Contest 8 Yesterday
Friday, August 31, 2012

WELLINGTON, Fla. – Brooks Koepka of Lake Worth, back home after playing on the European Challenge Tour for several weeks, won his second start on the Golfslinger.com Tour on Friday at The Wanderers Club.

Koepka outlasted Ben Silverman of Palm Beach Gardens with a two-putt par-5 on the second extra hole after they tied at six under par 66. They halved the par-4 first playoff hole with birdies, then Silverman hit his second shot into a bunker at No. 2.

In regulation, Koepka eagled the par-5 17th hole after making six birdies and two bogeys on the first 15 holes. He earned $1,000 from the $2,395 purse. Silverman, second among 15 players, overcame a double bogey at the p... more

Hernan Ray shot 72 to finish second
Thursday, August 30, 2012

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. -HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Palm Beach Gardens rallied with four birdies on the inward nine Thursday to post a three under par 69 for his fourth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Down by at least two strokes after turning in 37 on two birdies and three bogeys, Silverman, 24, birdied Nos. 10, 11, 15 and 18 to win by three strokes at The Club at Emerald Hills. He earned $1,000 from the $2,385 purse.

Hernan Rey of Jupiter matched par 72, second among 15 starters. He received $425.

Emerald Hills was an alternate site after rain from Hurricane Isaac earlier this week made unplayable the original choice, The Links at Madison Green in Royal Palm B... more

Devin Kay, Sunny Kim, and Matt Springer finish T2 with 67's
Wednesday, August 29, 2012

PLANTATION, Fla. – Clayton Gamber III of Doral made three birdies on each nine for a six under par 66 to win a Golfslinger.com Tour event Wednesday at Jacaranda Golf Club. Playing the West course, he birdied Nos. 1, 5 and 9, then 10, 15 and 18. Gamber, 28, earned $1,000 from the $3,190 purse, raising his career totals to three victories and $8,002.78 since he joined the Golfslinger Tour in July, 2006.

Devin Kay of Boca Raton tied for second place with Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens, and Matt Springer, Palm City at 5-under par 67.

WEB.COM $1,000 BONUS CONTEST #8
With 1 round left in the contest, Eric Cole is in the drivers seat.  Only Su... more

$10,000 added in first place
Sunday, August 26, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. - The third $10,000 added in winner's share GOLFslinger.com Tour Major is on September 19 & 20 at Bear Lakes, Lakes Course. The deadline for exempt players inside the top 72, and ranked players 73+ to register is Thursday September 13, 2012.

Players that have earned at least $400 will be put on the player list immediately.

If you want to play and have not earned $400 PLEASE go ahead and register. You will be put on the waiting list and you will be added into the event BY YOUR RANK on Thursday September 13.

Spots will be finalized after play concludes Thursday September 13.

Starting Friday September 14 spots will be OPEN TO ALL on a first... more

Cole won on 5th extra hole
Thursday, August 23, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Eric Cole and Ben Silverman, winners of the two Golfslinger.com Tour tournaments played earlier this week, went five extra holes Thursday to determine a champion at Ironhorse Country Club in the third event in four days.

Cole survived with a two-putt par from 30 feet at the par-5 fifth hole to outlast Silverman after they tied at five under par 67. They halved the first four playoff holes with pars. Silverman had bunkered his second shot at No. 5, reached the green in four and missed a seven footer for par.

In regulation, Cole, 24, of Orlando had three birdies on each nine and bogeyed the par-4 17th hole. Silverman, 25, of Palm Beach Gardens a... more

Greg O'Mahony finished 2nd with 69, Sunny Kim 3rd with 70
Tuesday, August 21, 2012

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Palm Beach Gardens and Thornhill, Ontario, fired a five under par 67 with six birdies and a bogey Tuesday at the TPC at Eagle Trace to claim victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Starting at the 10th tee, Silverman, 25, birdied the 12th and 15th holes and bogeyed the par-4 18th, then birdied Nos. 3, 5, 7 and 9 coming back on the front side. He made two birdies each on the par-3s, the par-4s and the par-5s.

It was Silverman’s third win since he started playing Golfslinger events two years ago. He received $1,000 from the $3,087 purse to raise his career earnings to $32,500.

Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta shot 69 wit... more

Devin Kay, Sunny Kim, and Greg O'Mahony tie for 2nd with 68
Monday, August 20, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. – Eric Cole of Orlando made four straight birdies on the back nine enroute to a six under par 66 and a two-stroke margin of victory Monday in a Golfslinger.com Tour event at Jupiter Country Club. After making the turn in 33 on birdies at Nos. 2, 8 and 9, Cole birdied the 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th holes, bogeyed the 15th and parred in.

It was Cole’s first Golfslinger appearance since last Oct. 5 and his fourth victory since his first start Aug. 27, 2009. The son of former touring pros Bobby Cole and Laura Baugh Cole, Eric, 24, received $1,000, raising his career earnings to $13,277.75.

Tied for second at 68 among 34 starters were Sunny Kim of Palm ... more

Chris Damiano of Jupiter, Horacio Leon of Chile, and Sunny Kim T2
Thursday, August 16, 2012

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Brett Stegmaier of Vero Beach and Hamden, Conn., fired a three under par 69 Thursday to earn his sixth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Stegmaier made five birdies and two bogeys on the Champion course at PGA National.

The victory was worth $1,000 from the $4,902 purse and enabled Stegmaier to earn the 7th of ten 2012 Web.com GOLFslinger Tour $1,000 Monday Qualifying bonuses. Stegmaier will be on his way to Knoxville, Tenn., to try and qualify Monday for the News-Sentinel Open, a Web.com event scheduled Aug. 23-26. He earned $2,475 in the four tournaments, since Aug. 7.

Sunny Kim was second in the bonus race with $2,288.34, including $5... more

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Thursday, August 16, 2012

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Justin Peters and Derrick Bohannon tie for 2nd
Tuesday, August 14, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., shot the low score of the tournament, an eight under par 64 on Tuesday, enroute to his fifth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Playing the South course at Fountains Country Club, McCarthy, 27, bogeyed the third hole he played Monday and was error-free the rest of the way, posting 67-64—131 to win by two shots. He made 14 birdies, including the par-5 fifth, 12th and 15th holes and the par-4 eighth and 11th both days.

He earned $2,000 from the $7,260 purse, raising his career earnings to about $20,000 in addition to his five wins since October, 2007.

Justin Peters and Derrick Bohannon tied for 2nd pla... more

Jared Wolfe of Louisville, KY fires a 66, 3 players shoot 67
Monday, August 13, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. - Devin Kay of Boca Raton and Brett Stegmaier of Vero Beach both got off to a great start in the August 2-Day at Fountains Country Club in Lake Worth. Kay birdied the first hole and seven others on the South Course, with a bogey at the 9th, and Stegmaier eagled the par-5 fifth hole and added 5 birdies in his bogey free effort.

Playing in his first GOLFslinger.com Tour event, Jared Wolfe of Louisville, KY fired a 6-under par 66.

Three players are tied for fourth at 5-under par 67 and 15 out of 22 players broke par.

View the 22 Player Purse. Monday's Scores and Tu... more

Both players finished regulation at 3-under par 69
Thursday, August 09, 2012

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta sank a nine-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole Thursday to score his 12th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. O’Mahony outlasted Brett Stegmaier of Vero Beach after they tied at three under par 69 on the North course at Quail Ridge Country Club. Moments earlier, Stegmaier had missed his birdie putt from 30 feet.

It was O’Mahony first Golfslinger start since June 6, his first win since May 1. A three-time NCAA Division II All-American at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, he has spent most of the summer chasing the Web.com and other tournamnents around the country. He made five birdies and two boge... more

Danny Balin, Frank Bensel, Mark Brown, Brian Cairns, Matt Dobyns, Ken Duke, Alan Morin, Paul Scaletta, Bob Sowards and Doug Wade
Wednesday, August 08, 2012

KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. -- 10 players in this weeks 94th PGA Championship have played on the GOLFslinger.com Tour. In fact, 5 of them have won at least one event, and in total they have 15 GOLFslinger Tour victories.

312 of the nation's top PGA Professionals competed in the 45th PGA Professional National Championship with one common goal, finish in the top 20 and get a spot in the 94th PGA Championship.

Nine of those 20 have played the GOLFslinger.com Tour, including Matt Dobyns, the PGA Head Professional from Fresh Meadow in Lake Success, N.Y., who was making his National Championship debut. Dobyns finished at 13-under 275, which was good for an amazing eight-shot victo... more

Hugo Leon finished 2nd with 67
Tuesday, August 07, 2012

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens eagled the 13th hole to go with three birdies on each nine Tuesday at North Palm Beach Country Club to win for the 21st time on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

In addition to his eagle, Kim birdied Nos. 2, 3, 7, 11, 15 and 18, and bogeyed the 10th and 14th holes for a six under par 65. He earned $1,000 from the $4,475 purse.

Hugo Leon of Tequesta, a native of Chile, posted a bogey-free four under par 67 to claim second among 33 starters. His birdies were at the ninth, 11th, 12th and 13th holes. He received $575.

Next on the schedule will be Quail Ridge-North on Thursday.

There was $140 in the skins po... more

Derrick Bohannon comes in 2nd & wins 2nd Web.com $1,000 Bonus Contest
Thursday, August 02, 2012

STUART, Fla. – Brett Stegmaier of Vero Beach and Hamden, Conn., made eight birdies without dropping a stroke Thursday to earn his fifth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Stegmaier edged Derrick Bohannon of Palm City by a shot, 64 to 65, at the Champions Club. Each made eight birdies but Bohannon bogeyed the par-5 13th hole.

It was Stegmaier’s second win in three weeks. He birdied Nos. 1, 2, 5, 6, 13, 14, 16 and 18, earning $1,000 from the $2,945 purse. Bohannon was second among 19 starters and received $525. To go with his lone but decisive bogey, Bohannon’s birdies were at 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14 and 18.

Bohannon also won his second $1,000 bonus of th... more

Bohannon Leads 1K Bonus Contest 6 by 1 shot over Turpen and 2 over Matt Springer with 18 holes to play
Wednesday, August 01, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Tim Turpen of Fayetteville, Tenn., and West Palm Beach parred the second hole of a playoff on the Rees Jones course at The Breakers on Wednesday to earn his 19th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Turpen outfinished Derrick Bohannon of Jensen Beach after they tied at five under par 67. They halved the first extra hole with par-4s, then Bohannon hit his drive into some bushes off the second fairway, took an unplayable lie and Turpen won with a two-putt par from 10 feet.

In regulation, Turpen had seven birdies, five on the inward nine, and two bogeys, earning $1,000 from the $3,807 purse. After nine straight pars, Bohannon birdied the same fiv... more

Mike Buttacavoli, Paul Scaletta shoot 65
Monday, July 30, 2012

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge birdied the first four holes, then held on for a 64 and a one-stroke victory Monday in a Golfslinger.com Tour event on the South course at Quail Ridge Country Club.

After his fast start, Lytle added birdies at Nos. 8, 9 and 10 before the “fun” began. He made triple bogey at the par-4 11th hole, hitting shots both out of bounds and unplayable, birdied the 12th and 14th, eagled the par-5 15th by holing a fairway wedge shot, then parred in the last three holes for 30-34—64.

It was Lytle’s 33rd Golfslinger win, his first since March 22. He earned $1,000 from the $2,800 purse. Tied for second at 65 a... more

Smith birdied first extra hole to capture victory
Saturday, July 28, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach birdied the last three holes of regulation and the first playoff hole to win a Golfslinger.com Tour event Friday at Ironhorse.

Smith outlasted Brett Stegmaier of Vero Beach after they tied at eight under par 136. While Smith was finishing with three consecutive birdies, Stegmaier bogeyed the 16th and 17th holes to drop into the tie at the top.

In regulation, Smith scored a pair of 68s with six birdies Thursday and four Friday. Stegmaier shot 66-70 with 12 birdies and four bogeys in 36 holes. In the playoff, Smith won with a three footer moments after Stegmaieer missed his birdie putt from 10 feet.

Su... more

Springer leads Sunny Kim and Derrick Bohannon by 1 shot in Q-School Contest 5
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Matt Springer of Palm City and Gary, Ind., fired a five under par 67 Tuesday on the East course at Indian Spring Country Club for his fifth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Springer, 28, made three birdies on each nine and a bogey at the par-3 ninth hole to win by a stroke. Tied for second at 68 among 22 players were Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens and Derrick Bohannon of Jensen Beach.

Springer earned $1,000 from the $3,347 purse.

This was the landmark 900th tournament on the Golfslinger.com Tour, the 67th this year. It was known as the Minor League Golf Tour when it started in August, 2004.

The... more

Hicks breaks 70 twice on way to T45 finish in The Open Championship
Sunday, July 22, 2012

LYTHAM ST. ANNES, England - Former standout GOLFslinger/Minor League Golf Tour member Justin Hicks shot 68 in the final group at the 2012 Open Championship......on Thursday. After a 74 on Friday, Justin got it going again on Saturday with a 69, before matching Adams Scott's 75 in the final round.

Hicks, who has won 21 times on the GOLFslinger.com tour qualified for his third major last month in Texas. He has made the cut in all three, and was tied for the lead after the opening round of the US Open back in 2008.

Justin has won twice on the Nationwide/Web.com Tour and spent the 2011 season on the PGA Tour. Currently he is 8th on the Web.com Tour money list.more

Brett Stegmaier finished 1 back with 65
Thursday, July 19, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Devin Kay of Potomac, MD and Boca Raton made birdies on all the par 5's on his way to a 7-under par 64 on the North course at Fountains Country Club on Thursday. Through 17 holes, his scorecard only had 3's and 4's on it, until he made 2 on the last hole to give him the 1 shot margin needed to claim his first GOLFslinger.com win.

Kay, who turned pro back in 2010, has 32 top ten finishes in 2012 and has now earned over $25,000 on the GOLFslinger Tour.

Brett Stegmaier of Vero Beach shot 6-under par 65 to finish second and Eric Beringer of Philadelphia shot 66 for solo third place.

There was $100 in the skins pot with 3 skins out worth $33.33... more

Bohannon won 3 of the six events in the contest to capture the bonus with 1 event to spare
Thursday, July 19, 2012

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – Derrick Bohannon of Jensen Beach and Shelbyville, Ky., fired a five under par 66 Wednesday at North Palm Beach Country Club to earn his 21st victory on the GOLFslinger Tour and the $1,000 first place check.

His third victory in five events also earned Bohannon a second check for $1,000, this one for winning the 5th 2012 GOLFslinger Bonus Contest.

The 2012 GOLFslinger.com Tour has 10 Web.com/Nationwide Tour Monday Qualifier Bonus Contests worth $1,000 each.

Each contest is 2 weeks (6 playing days) and depending on the contest either the leading money winner or lowest total score for the six days (like Q-School Finals) will win the... more

Guillermo Pumarol and Sunny Kim tied for second place with 68
Wednesday, July 18, 2012

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – Derrick Bohannon of Jensen Beach and Shelbyville, Ky., earned his second straight victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour Wednesday. Bohannon, 27, finished birdie-birdie-bogey-birdie for 66 to win by two strokes at North Palm Beach Country Club.

It was Bohannon’s 21st Golfslinger win since May, 2006, his fifth this year and third this month. He won July 10 at the Links at Madison Green, Royal Palm Beach, and Monday at Jacaranda Golf Club, Plantation. He received $1,000 from the $4,800 purse, raising his career earnings to $86,444.17.

Sunny Kim and Guillermo Pumarol from the Dominican Republic tied for 2nd place with 68

There was $17... more

Clayton Gamber III and Sunny Kim tie for second with 67
Monday, July 16, 2012

PLANTATION, Fla. – Derrick Bohannon of Jensen Beach and Shelbyville, Ky., played bogey-free golf Monday for a five under par 66 to win a Golfslinger.com Tour event on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club.

Bohannon birdied Nos. 1, 5, 9, 11 and 14 to win by a stroke over Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens and Clayton Gamber III of Doral. Kim made six birdies and two bogeys, Gamber five birdies and one bogey.

It was Bohannon’s 20th Golfslinger title, his fourth this year and second this month. On July 10, he edged Kim by a stroke, 65-66 at the Links @ Madison Green in Royal Palm Beach. Kim has 20 Golfslinger victories, Gamber two.

There was $120 in the skin... more

Matthew Broome, Danny Germaine, Mark Maundrell, and Guillermo Pumarol tied for third with 71
Thursday, July 12, 2012

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Brett Stegmaier of Vero Beach and Hamden, Conn., birdied the 18th hole Thursday, after his only bogey of the day at the 17th, to earn his fourth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Stegmaier edged Tim Cantwell of Palm Beach Gardens by a shot, 68 to 69, on the Champion course at PGA National, site of the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic. Stegmaier was four under par after 14 holes with birdies at Nos. 2, 7, 10 and 14. Cantwell parred the last 12 holes after birdies at the first, third and sixth holes.

The Golfslinger’s 63rd tournament of the year drew 39 starters and returned $5,009 in prize money. Stegmaier earned $1,000, Cantwell $600... more

Hernan Rey Solo Third, leads 5th Nationwide Monday $1,000 Bonus Contest
Tuesday, July 10, 2012

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – With both playing in the final pairing Tuesday, Derrick Bohannon birdied the 18th hole to win a Golfslinger.com Tour event at The Links at Madison Green, edging Sunny Kim by a shot, 65 to 66.

Until then, each player had seven birdies and each made his only bogey of the round at the par-4 fifth hole. Bohannon, of Jensen Beach and Shelbyville, Ky., birdied Nos. 1, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13 and 16; Kim, of Palm Beach Gardens, at 2, 4, 8, 9, 11, 12 and 15.

It was Bohannon’s 19th Golfslinger title, his 7th at Madison Green and his third this year. He earned $1,000 from the $3,442 purse. Kim, second among 24 starters, received $550. He has 20 Golfslin... more

50 PGA Tour Cards in 2013 via new path
Tuesday, July 10, 2012

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- Today PGA TOUR Commissioner Tim Finchem outlined the details of the qualifying system that will determine the 50 PGA TOUR membership cards earned through the Web.com Tour, beginning with the 2013 season.

Here are the details at PGATOUR.com http://www.pgatour.com/2012/h/07/10/qualifying.details/index.html

Here is the story http://www.pgatour.com/2012/h/07/10/tour.qualifying/index.html

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Horacio Leon was third with 69
Monday, July 09, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. – Hernan Rey of Buenos Aires, Argentina, fired a five under par 67 without making a bogey Monday as the Golfslinger.com Tour resumed play at the Jupiter Country Club after a two-week summer vacation.

It was Rey’s 10th career Golfslinger victory, his second this year, as he edged Brett Stegmaier of Vero Beach by a stroke. Rey, whose U.S. home is in Jupiter, birdied Nos. 6,8, 9, 13 and 16, earning $1,000 from the $4,402 purse. Stegmaier, second among 31 starters, made six birdies and two bogeys for 68, worth $600. Horacio Leon of Chile was third with 69.

The $1,000 first place check puts Rey off to an early lead in the 5th of 10 Nationwide Monday B... more

Sunny Kim wins 4th $1,000 Nationwide Bonus Contest after final round battle with Tim Turpen
Thursday, June 21, 2012

PLANTATION, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach edged Matt Springer of Palm City by a stroke Thursday to earn his 13th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour, his fourth this year. Smith nipped Springer 70 to 71 on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club. Smith had four birdies and three bogeys, Springer four birdies and four bogeys.

Tim Turpen and Sunny Kim started the round and final day of the 4th $1,000 Nationwide Monday Bonus Contest with Kim leading Turpen by 2 shots.   The format of this contest was total score for the six days, like Q-School Finals. (in this case it was only 5 rounds due to the rainout yesterday at NPB CC)

Kim's lead disappeare... more

This was the first on the contests to be total score (Like Q-School Finals) Contest 5 starts when we return from Summer Break July 9th!
Thursday, June 21, 2012

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Sunny Kim of New York won the 4th of ten $1,000 Nationwide Tour Monday Contests that are being held by the GOLFslinger.com Tour throughout the spring and summer of 2012.

Each contest is 2 weeks (6 playing days) and depending on the contest either the leading money winner or lowest total score for the six days (like Q-School Finals) will win the bonus.   The next contest begins on July 9th when the tour returns to action after the summer break.

Tim Turpen and Sunny Kim started the round and final day of the 4th $1,000 Nationwide Monday Bonus Contest with Kim leading Turpen by 2 shots.   The format of this contest was tot... more

Sunny Kim and Hernan Ray tie for 2nd at 72, Kim Leads Bonus Contest
Monday, June 18, 2012

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Andy Golden of Davie earned his first Golfslinger.com Tour victory Monday after firing a one under par 71 on the East course at Indian Spring Country Club.

Golden, 27, who has played the Golfslinger Tour on-and-off since December, 2008, birdied the first and fourth holes and bogeyed Nos. 2, 3 and 5 to turn in 37. He added two more birdies on the back to win by a stroke. Golden earned $1,000 from the $3,197 purse, raising his career earnings to $9,555.

Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens and Hernan Rey of Jupiter matched par-72s to tie for second among 21 starters, receiving $462.50 apiece. Kim now leads the $1,000 Nationwide Monday Bonus Contest by ... more

Peters leads Nationwide Bonus Contest but will not play next week
Thursday, June 14, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. – Justin Peters of Stuart edged Tim Turpen of West Palm Beach in a final round duel that went to the final hole Thursday in a Golfslinger.com Tour event at Abacoa Golf Club. Tied at 14 under par while walking up the 18th fairway, Peters missed the final green left and pitched to 12 feet. Turpen was short and right in two, pitched to 30 feet and his par putt was on line but just a couple of inches short. Then Peters made his par putt for the win, edging Turpen, 130 to 131.

It was Peters’ 33rd Golfslinger title, his first since a 36-hole tournament at Binks Forest in February. He scored a pair of 65s with four consecutive birdies each day, starting at No. 4... more

60 wins on the GOLFslinger.com Tour between them
Wednesday, June 13, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. - Tommorrow morning at 10:15am EST the first group will tee off on the first hole at The Olypic Club. In that threesome, Steve LeBrun (pictured above) and Scott Langley, will take their shot at US Open glory.

LeBrun, who got into sectionals after being an alternate at local qualifying, is on the same path as Justin Hicks back in 2008 when he got into sectionals after being an alternate... more

Sunny Kim and Sal Spallone tied for 2nd
Monday, June 11, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Derrick Bohannon of Jensen Beach and Shelbyville, Ky., birdied the second extra hole Monday at Ironhorse to win the Club Fit Classic, his 18th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

After they tied at two under par 70 and matched par-4s on the first playoff hole, Bohannon beat Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens and Sal Spallone of Vero Beach by making an eight-foot putt for the win at the par-4 second. Moments earlier, Kim and Spallone had two-putted for pars, Sunny from 20 feet and Sal from 25 feet.

In regulation, Bohannon and Kim each had four birdies and two bogeys. Spallone made five birdies, a bogey and a double bogey. Kim has 20 Golfslinger w... more

Ben Silverman (66) finished 2nd, Derrick Bohannon (68) finished 3rd
Thursday, June 07, 2012

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Sunny Kim birdied the final hole two days in a row to eke out a one-stroke victory Thursday on the Champion course at PGA National in the second “Major” of the season on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Kim had a pair of 67s for 134, edging Ben Silverman, who shot 69-66—135. Both are from Palm Beach Gardens.

The win was worth $10,000 for Kim, upping his total for the season to a tour-leading $27,734. Silverman, second among 62 starters, received $4,000 from the $33,260 purse. It was Kim’s 20th win since joining the Golfslinger Tour in October, 2006. His career earnings of $91,728 ranks third overall.

Kim bogied the ... more

March Major Winner David M. Smith tied for the lead
Wednesday, June 06, 2012

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - Sixteen players are within 2 shots of the lead after the opening round of the June Major at PGA National's Champion Course.  The winner will take home $10,000 and the event has a total of $12,490 added into the purse from qualifying and buy in players.

View the $33,260 purse.    Wednesday's Scores and Thursday's Teetimes



There was $320 in the skins pot with 2 skins out worth $160 each.

3- Jason Trout (Eagle)
5- Jordan Holley

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We would like to recognize the achievement of the following players with MLGT experience
Sunday, June 03, 2012

Benjamin Silverman - CANADA 68
Alfredo Adrian - VENEZUELA 70
Jimmy Lytle - OCEAN RIDGE, FLA. 70
Gregory O'Mahony - TEQUESTA, FLA. 70
Marc Turnesa - JUPITER, FLA. 71
Matt Springer - PALM CITY, FLA. 67

Clayton Gamber III - DORAL, Fla. 67

Andrew Golden - DAVIE, FLA. 68
Sunny Kim - PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLA. 68
Nick Latimer - WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. 70
Jacob Korb - PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLA. 71
Vaughn Snyder - MASSILLON, OHIO 68
Jeff Curl - BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 65
Derek Fathau... more

Sunny Kim, Scott Marino, Hernan Rey & Kyle Willmann shot 70
Thursday, May 31, 2012

STUART, Fla. – Newcomer Mark Smith of Stuart earned his first Golfslinger.com Tour victory Thursday with a three under par 69 at the Champions Club at Summerfield.

Smith overcame an unusual back nine to win by a stroke. After turning in 36 with two birdies and as many bogeys on the front, Smith had six birdies, a bogey and a double bogey on the inward side. He parred the 10th hole, birdied Nos. 11 and 12, made double bogey at the par-5 13th, birdied 14, 15 and 16, bogeyed the short 17th and birdied the long 18th for the margin of victory.

In his 11th start since joining Golfslinger in March, Smith earned $1,000 from the $2,338 purse at stake for the 14 entrants. Here... more

Guillermo Pumarol and Ben Silverman tied for 2nd with 69
Wednesday, May 30, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Matt Springer of Gary, Ind., overcame a shaky start with seven birdies on his last 14 holes Wednesday for a four under par 68 at the Falls Country Club to claim his fourth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Springer, 28, began his round double bogey-par-bogey, three over after three holes, before rallying with birdies at Nos. 5, 7, 8, 12, 15, 16 and 17. He collected $1,000 from the $3,812 purse, raising his career earnings to $26,291 since June, 2008.

Guillermo Pumarol of Doral shot 69 and tied for second place with Ben Silverman of Palm Beach Gardens. Silverman also finished T2 yesterday at The Fountains Country Club. Jeff Ivall of Palm Beach Ga... more

Greg Forest, Scott Marino, Michael Midgette and Ben Silverman tied for second at 68.
Tuesday, May 29, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens made three consecutive birdies on the front nine Tuesday and held on for his 14th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Soero, 28, finished with a four under par 67 on the West course at Fountains Country Club. After birdies on the sixth, seventh and eighth holes, he made two birdies and a bogey on the back nine.

Soero received $1,000 from the $3,922 purse, raising his career earnings to pocket change short of $50,000, or $49,995.95 since he joined Golfslinger in March, 2008.

Greg Forest of Stuart, Scott Marino from Tequesta, Michael Midgette of Plainville, N.Y., and Ben Silverman of Palm Beach Gardens, tied ... more

REGISTER NOW, read the qualification details
Monday, May 28, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. - The second $10,000 added in winner's share GOLFslinger.com Tour Major is next week and the deadline for exempt players inside the top 72 to register is Thursday May 31, 2012.

If you are outside of the top 72, go ahead and get on the waiting list. Players ranked 73 and higher will have until Saturday June 2nd to register. They will be added into the event BY THEIR RANK after the June 2nd deadline.

DON'T DELAY, REGISTER NOW BY EMAIL, PHONE, OR ONLINE PAYMENT!!!!!

IF after both deadlines pass and there are still spots available, they will be filled on a first come, first serve basis.

Players that have not played ANY EVENTS in the ranking period... more

Sunny Kim eagled the 2nd playoff hole for victory
Thursday, May 24, 2012

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens sank a 25-foot eagle putt on the second playoff Thursday at The Links at Madison Green to earn his 19th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

With Paul Scaletta of Jupiter and Tim Cantwell of Palm Beach Gardens looking at birdie opportunities, Kim ended the contest with his winning putt at the par-5 second hole. After tying at five under par 67, they halved the first extra hole with par-4s.

In regulation, Kim eagled the par-5 eighth hole and made three birdies, Scaletta had six birdies and a bogey, and Cantwell scored five birdies. Kim received $1,000 from the $3,864 purse. Scaletta and Cantwell, tied for second... more

Shaktman wins on 2nd extra hole, Kay made hole-in-one
Wednesday, May 23, 2012

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – Joe Shaktman of Coral Springs two-putted for par from 20 feet on the fourth extra hole Tuesday to earn his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Shaktman, 55, outlasted Devin Kay, 25, of Potomac, Md., after they tied at four under par 68 at the Club at Emerald Hills.

After they halved the first hole with par-5s, the ninth with bogey-5s and the 10th with par-4s, Shaktman won when Kay missed a six-foot par putt after missing the green to the left and chipping on with his third shot. Kay was also looking for his first win. This was his fourth runnerup finish this year, his seventh since joining Golfslinger in July, 2010. Shaktman has been playing the tour... more

Geoff Lee and Jason Trout, both of Palm Beach Gardens, tied for second at 69
Monday, May 21, 2012

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Alfredo Adrian of Sunrise birdied the first four holes on the Champion course at PGA National on Monday and went on to score his second consecutive victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Adrian, 29, a native of Venezuela, finished with four under par 68 on the course which each March hosts the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic. He added birdies at the 14th and 15th holes and bogeys at Nos. 8 and 17. Adrian earned $1,000 from the $7,325 purse.

It was also Adrian’s second career Golfslinger title after a runnerup finish May 14 at Jupiter Country Club. He won Thursday at Jacaranda Golf Club in Plantation on the first playoff hole after a 36-h... more

All 3 players shot -4 under par 138
Thursday, May 17, 2012

PLANTATION, Fla. – Alfredo Adrian of Weston birdied the first playoff hole Thursday to earn his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. After Ben Silverman and David Smith missed birdie putts from 30 and 28 feet, respectively, Adrian made his from eight feet for the win. They had tied at four under par 138 on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club.

In regulation, Adrian shot 71-67 with four birdies each round and four bogeys the first day. Silverman had a pair of 69s while Smith let the first round lead on a 64 slip away, finishing with 74. A native of Venezuela, Adrian earned $2,000 from the $7,800 purse. Silverman and Smith, tied for second among 24 starters, received $... more

Alfredo Adrian was second with 68, Alejandro Garmendia 3rd with 69
Monday, May 14, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. – Kyle Willmann of Edmond, Okla., fired a six under par 66 Monday at for his 10th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour, his third this year. Playing at Jupiter Country Club, Willmann, 32, made four birdies on each nine and bogeyed the 10th and 12th holes to win by two strokes. He received $1,000 from the $2,990 purse, raising his career Golfslinger earnings to $48,387 since February, 2008. There were 20 starters.

Alfredo Adrian of Venezuela shot 68 to finish 2nd followed by Alejandro Garmendia of Weston, FL in third place with 69. Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens was fourth at 2-under par 70.

The tournament also marked the start of the third two... more

Beringer birdied 1st four holes on way to best GOLFslinger Tour finish
Thursday, May 10, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Alejandro Garmendia of Weston sank a five-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole Thursday at Winston Trails Golf Club to win his fourth title on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

After they tied in regulation at six under par 66, Garmendia and Eric Beringer of Philadelphia, Pa., halved the first extra hole with par-4s. At the second, also a par-4, Garmendia hit his approach to five feet, then sank the birdie putt for the win after Beringer missed from 20 feet.

Garmendia made seven birdies and a bogey, receiving $1,000 from the $4,030 purse, to raise his career earnings to $12,031 since he joined Golfslinger in August, 2010. Beringer, who birdied the f... more

PH Soero eagled the 2nd extra hole to earn 13th GOLFslinger Tour win
Wednesday, May 09, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. – Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens eagled the second playoff hole Wednesday at Abacoa Golf Club to earn his 13th win on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Soero outlasted Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge and Joachim Altonen of Deerfield Beach after they tied at four under par 68. Altonen hit his drive out of bounds at the first hole. Then Soero made a 30 footer for the win, leaving Lytle with a birdie opportunity he couldn’t try.

In regulation, Soero made six birdies and two bogeys, Lytle an eagle at the par-5 10th hole, three birdies and a bogey, and Altonen seven birdies and three bogeys. Soero received $1,000 from the $5,918 purse, raising his career Golfslin... more

P.H. Soero finished 1 back with 69, Justin Peters and Kyle Willmann tied for third with 70
Monday, May 07, 2012

STUART, Fla. – Geoff Lee of Palm Beach Gardens won for the second time in the last three tournaments staged by the Golfslinger.com Tour with a four under par 68 Monday at The Champions Club at Summerfield. Lee edged another Palm Beach Gardens golfer, Pierre-Henri Soero, by a stroke.

Lee was more erratic than Soero. Lee had eight birdies, four bogeys and only six pars compared to Pierre-Henri’s four birdies and one bogey, at the second hole, for 69. Soero made it close when he birdied the 18th hole. After birdies at Nos. 10, 11, 13, 14 and 15, Lee bogeyed the 16th and 17th holes.

Lee scored his first Golfslinger victory last Thursday at Ironhorse. He did not pla... more

Will Coleman solo 3rd with 71, Greg O'Mahony & Devin Kay shoot 72
Friday, May 04, 2012

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – Jordan Holley of Greensboro, N.C., and Boynton Beach birdied 1/3 of the holes he played on Friday to win by 2 shots in a GOLFslinger.com Tour event at The Club of Emerald Hills.

Holley's 68 helped him capture his third GOLFslinger Tour title. He has won three of thirteen individual events he has played in counting his first win back in November, giving him a Tiger like 23% winning percentage during that period.

Ben Silverman picked up his second top 2 finish in as many days with a 2-under par 70, followed by Will Coleman in solo third place with 71.

There was $120 in the skins pot with 4 skins out worth $30 each.

2- Joe Shaktman... more

Tyler Kitson and Ben Silverman tie for second at 69
Thursday, May 03, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Geoff Lee of Palm Beach Gardens, earned his first GOLFslinger.com victory on Thursday by shooting a 4-under par 68 at Ironhorse Country Club. He finished birdied, par to gain a one shot advage over Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, and Tyler Kitson of New Providence, NJ who had already finished at 3-under par 69 and were warming up for a possible playoff.

Geoff Lee birdied the par-3 third, par-5 sixth, par-5 fourteenth and the par-4 seventeenth hole. He had no bogeys.

Last week Ben Silverman won the second of ten $1,000 Nationwide Monday contests and last month Tyler Kitson was the sole GOLFslinger.com Tour survivor of the Golf Pride audi... more

Mike Balo shot 2-under par 70 to finish solo second
Tuesday, May 01, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta played a consistant, bogey free, 3-under par round in very windy conditions on Tuesday at Bear Lakes Country Club. The event was held on the Lakes Course to give many players a chance to play a tournament round on the same track that they will be attempting to qualify for the 2012 US Open on May 14.

Greg O'Mahony's 69 gave him a 1 shot margin over Mike Balo of Stamford, CT and earned him his eleventh GOLFslinger.com victory.  O'Mahony started hot with birdies at the first and third holes, he added another birdie at eleven, then parred in.   Balo's round was streaky.  He started with consecutive bogies... more

Ben Silverman captures the 2nd 2012 $1,000 Nationwide Monday Bonus Contest
Thursday, April 26, 2012

PALM CITY, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens eagled the par-5 17th hole Thursday to snag victory in a Golfslinger.com Tour event at The Evergreen Club. Playing in the final group with three of his competitors waiting in the clubhouse for a possible playoff at 69, Kim finished with a four under par 68. He made two birdies on each nine but had fallen back with a double bogey at the par-5 11th hole.

It was Kim’s 18th Golfslinger title, his fourth this year, and he earned $1,000 from the $3,472 purse, raising his career earnings to $79,390 since joining the circuit in October, 2006.

Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, received a $1,000 bonus as the leading mo... more

Each contest is 2 weeks (6 playing days) and depending on the contest either the leading money winner or lowest total score for the six days (like Q-School Finals) will win the bonus
Thursday, April 26, 2012
PALM CITY, Fla. - Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario won the 2nd of ten $1,000 Nationwide Tour Monday Contests that are being held by the GOLFslinger.com Tour throughout the spring and summer of 2012.

Each contest is 2 weeks (6 playing days) and depending on the contest either the leading money winner or lowest total score for the six days (like Q-School Finals) will win the bonus.

These TEN 2012 Nationwide Monday Qualifier $1,000 Bonus Contests give our players an opportunity to play on The Nationwide Tour at a time when they are playing very well.
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Silverman & Pierre-Henri Soero will battle for $1,000 Nationwide Monday Bonus on Thursday
Tuesday, April 24, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Ben Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, made five consecutive birdies, and seven in nine holes Monday, and went on to earn his second victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Silverman never let his opening round lead get away as he added 70 Tuesday for 135 to win by five strokes on the par-71 West course at Fountains Country Club.

Silverman, 25, opened with 65 on birdies at the sixth hole, Nos. 8 through 12, then the 14th before closing with bogey at the 18th. In the final round, he had two birdies and a bogey. Silverman earned $2,000 from the $8,735 purse, raising his career earnings to $22,195 since he joined the Golfslinger Tour in September, 2010. His only p... more

Hawley birdied 2nd extra hole for the victory
Thursday, April 19, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. – Scott Hawley of Shrewsbury, Mass., birdied the second extra home Thursday at Abacoa Golf Club to win for the 10th time on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Hawley outlasted Paulo Pinto of Cordoba, Argentina, after they tied at four under par 68. Pinto was making his first Golfslinger start.

Hawley was forced into the playoff after he bogeyed the final hole. They halved the fourth with par-3s, then Hawley birdied the par-4 fifth for the win. Earlier in regulation, Hawley birdied Nos. 6, 7, 10, 11 and 13. Pinto made three birdies and a bogey on each nine.

The win was worth $1,000 from the $6,000 purse, raising Hawley’s career Golfslinger earnings to $26,6... more

Jim Fitzpatrick and Jeff Ival tie for third with 71
Tuesday, April 17, 2012

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Matthew Myskowski of Palm City earned his second Golfslinger.com Tour victory Tuesday with a six under par 66 at the Links @ Madison Green. After turning in 34 with three birdies and a bogey on the front, Myskowski, 22, birdied Nos. 11, 12, 14 and 15 to win by four strokes, earning $1,000 from the $3,610 purse. Myskowski joined the Golfslinger Tour in the summer of 2009. His only other win was last July 20 with 65 at The Evergreen Club in Palm City.

Ryan Keeney of Las Vegas, Nev., was second with 70 on two birdies and a bogey on each nine, receiving $525. The Golfslinger’s 38th tournament of the year drew 27 players.

Two of the five eve... more

Fernando Figueroa shoots even par 71 for solo second place
Monday, April 16, 2012

PLANTATION, Fla. – Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens fired a four under par 67 to win by four strokes Monday in a Golfslinger.com Tour event at Jacaranda Golf Club. It was Soero’s 11th career Golfslinger title, his third this month. He earned $1,000 from the $4,248 purse.

Fernando Figueroa of Doral and El Salvador matched par 71on the East course and was second among 32 starters in the Golfslinger’s 37th tournament of the year.

The leading money winner for five consecutive Golfslinger tournaments, including Jacaranda, will receive a $1,000 bonus to be used toward Monday qualifying this summer for the PGA or Nationwide tours. The others: April 17, L... more

Each contest is 2 weeks (6 playing days) and depending on the contest either the leading money winner or lowest total score for the six days (like Q-School Finals) will win the bonus
Thursday, April 12, 2012
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Matt Springer of Palm City won the 1st of ten $1,000 Nationwide Tour Monday Contests that are being held by the GOLFslinger.com Tour throughout the spring and summer of 2012.

Each contest is 2 weeks (6 playing days) and depending on the contest either the leading money winner or lowest total score for the six days (like Q-School Finals) will win the bonus.

These TEN 2012 Nationwide Monday Qualifier $1,000 Bonus Contests give our players an opportunity to play on The Nationwide Tour at a time when they are playing very well.
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Matt Springer wins 1st (of 10) 2012 $1,000 Nationwide Monday Contests
Thursday, April 12, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Mike Ballo of Stamford, Conn., fired his second straight five under par 67 Thursday at Ironhorse Golf Club to earn his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

At 134, Ballo won by three strokes over Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens, who shot 69-68—137. Bobby Collins, also of Palm Beach Gardens, led after the first round, posting 66-72—138 to tie for third among 39 starters.

Making just his third Golfslinger start, all this month, Ballo, 33, eagled the par-5 14th hole Wednesday to go with four birdies and a bogey at the par-3 11th hole. He had five birdies Thursday. Ballo earned $2,000 from the $12,100 purse.

In a separate... more

Mike McMahon shot 70 to finish solo second
Monday, April 09, 2012

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens birdied five of six holes midway through Monday’s Golfslinger.com Tour event for his 10th victory, his second this month. Playing the TPC at Eagle Trace, Soero birdied Nos. 5, 6, 8, 9 and 10 enroute to a four under par 68. He earned $1,000 from the $5,220 purse.

Mike McMahon of Miami Beach shot 70 and was second among 43 starters in the Golfslinger’s 35th tournament of the year.

Next on the schedule is a 36-hole event Wednesday and Thursday at Ironhorse CC in West Palm Beach. The leading money winner at Ironhorse and the last four 18-hole tournaments, back to the April 2 event won by Soero, r... more

Scott Marino and PH Soero finish 2 back with 66
Thursday, April 05, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Nathan Sutherland of Jupiter birdied eight of the nine odd-numbered holes Thursday, and bogeyed the other one, enroute to his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Playing the South course at Fountains Country Club, Sutherland, 23, birdied Nos.1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 15 and 17 and bogeyed the par-3 13th hole. He also birdied the 12th hole and finished at eight under par 64 to win by two strokes. It was his sixth Golfslinger start. He earned $1,000 from the $4,689 purse.

Scott Marino of Tequesta and Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens matched 66s to tie for second among 36 players in the Golfslinger’s 34th tournament of the year. They rec... more

Liam Friedman and Jimmy Lytle tied for third with 68
Tuesday, April 03, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. – Matt Springer of Gary, Ind., parred the second extra hole Tuesday for his third victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Springer, 28, outlasted Rafael Campos, 23, of Miami after they tied at six under par 66 at Abacoa Golf Club.

After both two-putted for par-4s at the first playoff hole, No.7, both missed the green at the par-3 eighth. First, Campos chipped back and missed a 20 footer for par, then Springer sank a six-foot par-save for the win after an excellent bunker shot.

Springer, whose Florida home is in Palm City, made an eagle, five birdies and a bogey. He earned $1,000 from the $6,545 purse, raising his career earnings to $23,525 since June, 2008... more

Matt Springer shot 66 to fininsh solo second, 3 shot 67
Monday, April 02, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens fired a 64 Monday, eight under par at Winston Trails Golf Club, for his ninth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Soero, 29, twice strung birdies together to win by two strokes, four in a row starting at the fourth hole and three straight beginning at No. 15. Overall, he made nine birdies and a bogey at the par-4 14th hole. He earned $1,000 from the $4,385 purse.

Soero shot 61 back in July of 2010 in a GOLFslinger event on the South Course at Fountains Country Club.

Matt Springer of Palm City shot 66, second among 33 starters. Two more Golfslinger tournaments are scheduled this week: Tuesday at Abac... more

Justin Peters and Derrick Bohannon tie for second
Thursday, March 29, 2012

STUART, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens sank a 30-foot birdie putt from the back of the green on the first playoff hole Thursday at the Champions Club at Summerfield to score the win on the Golfslinger.com Tour. It was his 17th career title, his third this year. He earned $2,050 from the $14,480 purse.

After he bogeyed the final hole of regulation, Kim recovered quickly to beat Justin Peters of Stuart and Derrick Bohannon of Jensen Beach on the 37th hole after they tied at 137. At the par-4 10th hole, Peters missed a 15 footer for birdie and Bohannon never finished, reaching the green in three after hitting into some bushes off the tee.

Kim shot 68-69 with an eagl... more

After shooting 69, Velez birdied first extra hole
Monday, March 26, 2012

PLANTATION, Fla. – Carlos Velez of Miami overcame a double bogey on the first hole Monday with a birdie when he played the hole a second time in a playoff to earn his third victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Playing the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club, Velez outlasted Jonathan Orchin of Jupiter and Alejandro Garmendia of Weston after they tied at two under par 69. Velez birdied the par-4 first hole from 15 feet after Orchin two-putted from 14 feet and Garmendia made par after his second shot missed the green.

After his shaggy start, Velez made five birdies and a bogey the rest of the way. He earned $1,000 from the $4,783 purse, raising his career earnings to $11... more

Sunny Kim was solo second with 70, 4 players shot 71
Thursday, March 22, 2012

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge birdied four of his last eight holes Thursday at The Links at Madison Green enroute to a four under par 68 for his 32nd victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. After two birdies and a bogey on the front nine, Lytle birdied Nos. 11, 14, 17 and 18. And despite a bogey at the 12th, he still won by two strokes, earning $1,000 from the $5,335 purse.

Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens had the day’s most volatile scorecard with an eight at the par-5 eighth hole and back-to-back eagles at the par-5 11th and the par-4 12th holes. With 70 for the day, he was second among 44 starters. He received $600.

Next week’s schedu... more

Jimmy Lytle finishes solo second with 68
Wednesday, March 21, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. –Sandro Piaget of Jupiter made three eagles Tuesday enroute to an eight under par 64 at Abacoa Golf Club to earn his fourth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

He one-putted the par-5 second and 10th holes and holed a 110-yard wedge shot at the par-5 sixth. He also had four birdies and was 10 under after 13 holes before scoring bogeys at the 14th and 15th holes. He parred the remaining par-5, the 17th, and won by four strokes.

Piaget earned $1,000 fromn the $6,069 purse. There were 51 players.

There was $270 in the skins pot with 4 skins out worth $67.50 each.

6- Sandro Piaget (Eagle)
7- Andrew Giuliani
11- Philip Arouca (... more

Nick Bova, Jake Katz, Gustaf Kocken, and Brandon Smith finish 1 back
Monday, March 19, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Kyle Willmann of Edmond, Okla., overcame two bogies on the first four holes with a strong back nine Monday on the West course at Fountains Country Club to earn his ninth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

After bogeys at the second and fourth holes sandwiching a birdie at the third, Willmann turned in 36, then birdied Nos. 11, 13, 14 and 15 for 32-68 to win by a stroke. He earned $1,000 from the $5,745 purse.

Among 47 entries, four players tied for second at 69: Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach, Nick Bova of Bloomington, Ill., Jake Katz of Buffalo, N.Y., and Sweden’s Gustaf Kocken. Each collected $487.50.

The Golfslinger tournament ... more

Will Coleman and Martin Ureta finshed tied for third place at 1-under par 71.
Thursday, March 15, 2012

WELLINGTON, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach edged Justin Peters of Stuart with a birdie on the second playoff hole Thursday in a Golfslinger.com Tour event at Binks Forest Golf Club.

After they tied at four under par 68 and halved the first extra hole with par-4s, Peters two-putted from 30 feet and Smith sank a 12-foot birdie putt for the victory at the par-5 second. In regulation, Smith had five birdies and bogeyed the 18th hole. Peters made five of his eight birdies on the back nine after scoring four bogeys on the front.

It was Smith’s 12th Golfslinger victory, two of which came before he turned pro in 2010 and two more in late-January. He earned $1,... more

4th on the 2012 GOLFslinger.com Money List, 14th All Time
Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Palm Harbor, Fla. - Pierre-Henri Soero will tee it at 2:25pm Thursday in the final group of the PGA TOUR Transitions Championship at Innisbrook Resort near Tampa.  Soero, who has won twice on the 2012 GOLFslinger.com Tour, is currently 4th on the 2012 money list and 14th in career earnings.

Tom Gillis, also a 2012 GOLFslinger.com Tour winner, will be teeing off at 7:55am off the 10th tee.  Gillis played in the final group 10 days ago at the Honda Classic, making a birdie on his final hole to tie Tiger Wood for 2nd place, picking up $501,600. 

 

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Devin Kay's 4-under par 68 earns solo 2nd place finish
Tuesday, March 13, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Derrick Bohannon of Jensen Beach fired a six under par 66 Tuesday at Winston Trails Golf Club enroute to his 17th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour, his first since last June.

He was six under par on the first nine holes with an eagle at the par-5 fourth hole and birdies at Nos. 2, 5, 6 and 9. His run was interrupted with a double bogey at the par-3 12th hole but he finished with birdies at 13 and 18 to win by two strokes, earning $1,000 from the $5,142 purse.

Devin Kay of Potomac, MD shot a four under par 68 to finish second by himself.  Five players tied for third with 69.

There was $220 in the skins pot with two ski... more

Alfredo Adrian shoots 68 for solo second place
Monday, March 12, 2012

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Soo “Eric” Ahn of Plantation, making just his third start on the Golfslinger.com Tour, earned his first victory Monday with a seven under par 65 at the TPC at Eagle Trace.

Ahn, with nine birdies and two bogeys, won by three strokes over Alfredo Adrian of Sunrise and earned $1,000 from the $8,115 purse. A week ago, Ahn shot 74 to tie for 16th at nearby Jacaranda GC’s West course. Adrian was second among 67 entries, scoring 68 on six birdies and two bogeys, receiving $700.

Sunny Kim and Kyle Willmann tied for third at 2-under par 70.

There was $330 in the skins pot with 3 skins out worth $110 each.

4- Billy Houle ... more

James Porter finishes 1 shot back with a pair of 71's
Wednesday, March 07, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – David Smith of Ruston, La., edged James Porter of Florence, Ala., by a stroke with a final round of eight under par 64 Wednesday at Ironhorse Country Club to win the first of four 2012 Golfslinger.com Tour Majors.

Smith came back from a windy opening round of 77 for 141 compared to back-to-back 71s for 142 by Porter, who hit his second shot into the water at the par-5 18th hole Wednesday while attempting to win the event by closing with a birdie. Smith had birdied 18 in the opening round Tuesday and did not even consider laying up.

In regulation, Smith had two birdies, five bogeys and a double bogey at 18 on Tuesday, an eagle and six birdies W... more

High winds bring high scores, more wind in the forecast
Tuesday, March 06, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Nick Kenney shot a 3-under par 69 to capture the lead in the first of four 2012 GOLFslinger.com Tour Majors. All four Majors will have a $10,000 first place share.

Windy conditions proved very difficult as Kenney was the only player in the 76 contestant field to break 70. In addition to the $10,000 added in first place, $2,000 more was added into the purse from ranking period 1 and players that did not play in the ranking period that had to "buy in" to enter this event.

View the $37,080 purse with $12,000 added in money.

There was $340 in the Day 1 skins pot with 4 skins out worth $85 each.
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Figueroa birdied the 2nd extra hole for the Victory
Monday, March 05, 2012

PLANTATION, Fla. – Fernando Figueroa of Doral and El Salvador won his first Golfslinger.com Tour title Monday on the second playoff hole on Jacaranda Golf Club’s West course.

Figueroa outlasted Daniel Obremski of Pittsburgh and Josh Arndt of Grove City, Minn., after they tied at three under par 69. On the first extra hole, Arndt hit his second shot into the water behind the green, then Figueroa birdied the second hole from 12 feet for the win.

Figueroa earned $1,000 from the $6,065 purse. Obremski and Arndt, tied for second among 50 starters, received $587.50 apiece. Obremski won a Golfslinger event for the first time last Thursday at the Champions Club in Stua... more

You must WD by Sunday to avoid WD Fee. We have players on the waitlist that want your spot!
Sunday, March 04, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. - Teetimes for the first of four $10,000 added in First Place Majors starting Tuesday at Ironhorse CC are now up. Tuesday's Teetimes

We have players on the waitlist that want your spot!

IF FOR ANY REASON YOU ARE NOT GOING TO PLAY AND ARE ON THE REGISTERED PLAYER LIST, YOU MUST WITHDRAW BY SUNDAY TO AVOID A $100 WD FEE. EXCEPTIONS INCLUDE QUALIFYING FOR THE PGA OR NATIONWIDE TOUR EVENT.

We have players on the waitlist that want your spot!

The field was expanded to 78 players to allow all players that competed in the ranking period (that registered before the deadline) to gain entry into the even... more

Ken Duke T-11, Scott Langley T-31 through two rounds
Friday, March 02, 2012

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - Tom Gillis shot a bogey free 6-under par 64 to earn a share of the lead with Justin Rose in the 2012 Honda Classic.  Gillis (pictured above with his GOLFslinger Tour Team Championship partner Kevin Johnson) won the first event of 2012 on the GOLFslinger.com Tour and plays with us to keep his game sharp when he is here in Jupiter.

Scott Langley is T-31st going into the weekend, while fellow GOLFslinger Monday Qualifiers Alejandro Garmendia and Bo Hoag missed the cut at 1-over par 141.

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Andrew Turner of Lititz, PA shot 70 for solo second place
Thursday, March 01, 2012

STUART, Fla. -  Daniel Obremski of Pittsburgh fired a three under par 69 on Thursday at the Champions Club at Summerfield to claim his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Making just his second start on the Golfslinger Tour, Obremski edged Andrew Turner of Lititz, Pa., by a stroke. Obremski made four birdies and a bogey, Turner four birdies and two bogeys for 70 to take second among 50 starters.

In Obremski's only other Golfslinger appearance, last Oct. 13 at Emerald Hills in Hollywood, Fla., he finished T20. He earned $1,000 Thursday from the $6,050 purse.

There was $250 in the skins pot with 7 skins out worth $35.71 each.

1- Kyle Moore
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Alejandro Garmendia, Bo Hoag, and Scott Langley earn entry into the Honday Classic
Thursday, March 01, 2012

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - Alejandro Garmendia of Venezuela/Weston (pictured above), Bo Hoag of Columbus, OH/Palm Beach Gardens, and Scott Langley of Purceville, PA/Singer Island, all made it through the PGA Tour's Honda Classic Pre-Qualifier last Thursday, where 26 of the 39 players that advanced into the Monday Qualifier have played on the GOLFslinger.com Tour.

On Monday, 86 players battled windy conditions for the four spots available, PGA Tour Veteran Vaughn Taylor shot 64 to capture the top spot, then Alejandro Garmendia and Bo Hoag shot 65 to grab spots 2 and 3. Scott Langley had to outlast Danny Balin and Robert Castro in a playoff to earn the 4th and final spot.
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Frank Dully, Bill Hemstock,David Smith, and yesterday's winner Brian Stuard all shot 68
Tuesday, February 28, 2012

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Billy Houle of Joliette, Quebec, scored his first victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a six under par 66 on Tuesday at the Links at Madison Green. Houle played a bogey-free round with three birdies on each nine, at Nos. 2, 7, 8, 14, 15 and 17. He earned $1,000 from the $5,690 purse.

Houle edged Irishman Stephen Grant, who shot 67 with seven birdies but a bogey on each nine. Grant, whose American home is in Palm Beach Gardens, was second among 47 starters, receiving $600.

Frank Dully, Bill Hemstock,David Smith, and yesterday's winner Brian Stuard all shot 68.

This was the Golfslinger’s 20th tournament of the year. The March ... more

More than 15 Players ranked 73 and higher on waiting list
Monday, February 27, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. - The first $10,000 added in winner's share GOLFslinger.com Tour Major is next week and the deadline for exempt players inside the top 72 to register is Thursday March 1, 2012.

DON'T DELAY, REGISTER NOW BY EMAIL, PHONE, OR ONLINE PAYMENT!!!!!

After the top 72 deadline, Players ranked 73 and higher will have until Saturday March 3rd, to register. They will be added into the event BY THEIR RANK after the March 3rd deadline.

DON'T DELAY, REGISTER NOW BY EMAIL, PHONE, OR ONLINE PAYMENT!!!!!

IF after both deadlines pass and there are still spots available, they will be filled on a first come, first serve basis.

Players that have not played... more

Josh Anglin, Ben Silverman and David Smith finished T3
Monday, February 27, 2012

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla.— Brian Stuard of Jackson, Mich., earned his first Golfslinger.com Tour victory Monday by making five straight pars in a playoff. Stuard outlasted Devin Kay of Potomac, Md., after they tied at two under par 70 at the TPC Eagle Trace.

In regulation, Stuard made five birdies and three bogeys, earning $1,000 from the $6,298 purse. He won by chipping to five feet at the par-4 12th hole. Kay two-putted for bogey from 15 feet. Kay had three birdies and a bogey, receiving $600 for second among 52 starters.

Ben Silverman, of Thornhill, Ontario tied for third place with David Smith, from Ruston, La., and Josh Anglin, of Baton Rouge, La., at 1-under par 71.<... more

Tyler Kitson was picked to shoot the commercial
Saturday, February 25, 2012

CONGRATS TO TYLER KITSON WHO WAS SELECTED TO BE IN THE GOLF PRIDE COMMERCIAL!

http://www.minorleaguegolf.com/bio.asp?Record_ID=1801

Mike McMann and Greg Huxman got a call back.

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FOR ALL THE PLAYERS WHO SIGNED UP PRIOR TO THE DEADLINE: YOUR NAMES HAVE BEEN SUBMITTED TO THE CASTING DIRECTOR AND YOU CAN CHECK-IN AFTER 12:30pm ON SUNDAY AT BINKS FOREST.

AT THE TIME OF CHECK IN YOU WILL BE ASSIGNED AN AUDITION TIME, MOST LIKELY STARTING AROUND 2PM. 50 AMATEURS WILL BE AUDI... more

Nick Bova second with 67, Will Coleman third with 69
Friday, February 24, 2012

PLANTATION, Fla. – Hernan Rey of Buenos Aires, Argentina, fired a seven under par 65 Friday to earn his ninth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour, his first since June 1, 2009.

Playing the West course at Jacaranda Golf Club, Rey made five birdies on the front nine (Nos. 1, 2, 4, 6 and 9), bogeyed the 10th, birdied three in a row starting at the 12th, then parred in the last four holes. He earned $1,000 from the $5,335 purse.

Rey, who has been battling injury, seems to be finding his old form. The victory was his third top 5 finish in the last two weeks.

A 67 by Nick Bova of Bloomington, IL earned him $600 and a solo second place finish, while Kensington, Mar... more

Including the Medalist from each of the three qualifying sites
Friday, February 24, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. - 26 out of 39 players advancing through the Honda Classic Pre-Qualfier on Thursday are GolfSLINGER.com Tour Players, including the Medalist from all three qualifying sites.

Congratulations and GOOD LUCK!


Thursday's February 23rd, 2012 Results by Venue

Fountains (16 of 21 available spots)

T1 Brandon Smith 64, Michael Tobiason 64
T4 Nick Kenney 66, Tim Martin 66
T6 Stephen Grant 67, Sunny Kim 67
T9 Alejandro Garmendia 68, Brandon Parker 68, Chris Damiano 68, Hernan Rey 68, James Jazen 68, Kevin Foley 68, Pierre-Henri Soero 68, Richard ... more

Brandon Brown, Jake Katz, and Chris Scialo tied for 2nd
Tuesday, February 21, 2012

WELLINGTON, Fla. – Justin Peters of Stuart birdied the first playoff hole from six feet Tuesday at Binks Forest Golf Club for his 32nd victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. He earned $2,000 from the $12,325 purse after he tied with three others at 140 on rounds of 69-71. Peters scored four birdies and a bogey Monday, three birdies and a double bogey the second day.

Tied for second among 39 starters were Chris Scialo of New City, N.Y. (70-70), the Golfslinger winner last Thursday (Feb. 16); Brandon Brown of Shelbyville, Ky. (67-73) the 2011 Hooter-NGA Tour leading money winner and the first round leader here Monday; and Jake Katz of Buffalo, N.Y. (69-71). In the playoff, each ... more

Sciolo made a hole-in-one on the Par-3 Eighth Hole
Thursday, February 16, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Chris Scialo of New City, N.Y., made a hole-in-one enroute to a six under par 65 Thursday for his third victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour, the first on his own ball.

Playing against the largest field in the history of the Golfslinger.com Tour, formerly known as the Minor League Golf Tour, Scialo made two birdies on each nine of the North course at Fountains Country Club in addition to acing the 200-yard eighth hole with a 6-iron.

Scialo’s previous victories were in two-man team events, both with Chris Damiano of Jupiter as his partner and both at the Santa Lucia River Club in Port St. Lucie, on Dec. 17, 2010 and on Dec. 16, 2011. Scialo ear... more

5 Players tie for second place at 4-under par
Tuesday, February 14, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Marty Stanovich of Tamarac, tuning up for a shot at the Champions Tour later this year, earned his first Golfslinger.com Tour victory Tuesday with a six under par 66 at Ironhorse Country Club.

Paired with two of Golfslinger's best players, Stanovich made three birdies on each nine, at Nos. 4, 5, 6, 13, 14 and 18. He won by two strokes and earned $1,000 from the $8,050 purse.

His playing partners were Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge and Justin Peters of Stuart. Each has won 31 Golfslinger titles, tied for second behind the career leader, Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach with 37 wins. Lytle and Peters matched 69s Tuesday.

Five players ti... more

The three players tied at 3-under par 69
Monday, February 13, 2012

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens birdied the second extra hole Monday at the TPC Eagle Trace for his eighth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour, his second this year.

Tied at three under par 69, Soero outlasted Alfredo Adrian of Sunrise, who bogeyed the first playoff hole, the par-4 ninth, and Kyle Moore of Palm Beach Gardens. At the second extra hole, the par-5 10th, Soero got past Moore by sinking a three-foot birdie putt. Soero and Alfredo each made three birdies, Moore four birdies and a bogey.

Soero received $1,000 from the $8,233 purse. Adrian and Moore tied for second among 68 starters and earned $675 apiece. Soero’s most r... more

David Griffiths of St. Simons Island, Georgia finished second
Thursday, February 09, 2012

BOCA RATON, Fla. – Brad Adamonis of Coral Springs and Cumberland, R.I., fired a four under par 68 for his third Golfslinger.com Tour victory Thursday at Boca Raton Municipal Golf Course. Adamonis made five birdies and a bogey while runnerup David Griffiths of St. Simons Island, Ga., also had five birdies but bogeyed twice for 69.

It is the first time Golfslinger, formerly known as the Minor League Golf Tour, has played The Boca Raton course. The tour began in 2004 and has staged 846 events. The 13th tournament of the year had 43 starters.

Three 18-hole events are scheduled next week: Monday, TPC @ Eagle Trace, Coral Springs; Tuesday, Ironhorse GC, West Palm Beach; an... more

Stephen Grant birdies seven holes on front nine for 29
Wednesday, February 08, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. – Dan McCarthy of Syracuse, N.Y., made nine birdies – twice scoring three in a row – and needed every one of them Wednesday to beat the largest field of the year on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

McCarthy shot a nine under par 63 at Abacoa Golf Club with birdies at Nos. 2, 3, 4, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15 and 18. He won by a stroke and earned $1,000 from the $8,850 purse. It was his fourth title since he joined Golfslinger in October, 2007, his first since Oct. 15, 2009.

Second among 75 starters was Ryan Armour of Jupiter, who also had nine birdies but bogeyed the par-3 15th hole. Stephen Grant of Palm Beach Gardens made seven birdies on the front nine fo... more

Dan McCarthy and Jeff Ivall of Palm Beach Gardens and Eric Lilleboe of Okemos, Mich. tied for second
Tuesday, February 07, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge birdied four of the last six holes Tuesday to earn a one-stroke victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Lytle birdied Nos. 13, 15, 16 and 17 for a five under par 67 at Winston Trails Golf Club. It was his 31st Golfslinger victory since January, 2008. He earned $1,000 from the $4,942 purse.

Tied for second at 68 among 40 starters were Dan McCarthy and Jeff Ivall of Palm Beach Gardens and Eric Lilleboe of Okemos, Mich. Each received $508.34.

Two more Golfslinger topurnaments are scheduled this week, Wednesday at Abacoa and Thursday at Boca Raton's Golf Course.

There was $170 in the skins pot with 7 skins out worth $... more

Brandon Brown of Shelbyville, KY finished third
Thursday, February 02, 2012

PLANTATION, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens won for the second time on 11 days on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a final round of seven under par 64 Thursday on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club. Still, at 137, Kim won by only a single shot as Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge closed with 68 for 138, second among 44 starters.

Kim did not make a bogey and had seven birdies, at Nos. 1, 2, 4, 7, 9, 11 and 14, making up four strokes on the first round leaders. Kim opened at two over par 73 on three birdies, as many bogeys and a double bogey at the par-4 seventh hole. He earned $2,000 from the $12,385 purse to add to his $1,000 for his victory Jan. 23 at nearby Eagle Trace. H... more

Matt Hungerman, Jimmy Lytle and Tim Turpen tie for 2nd
Monday, January 30, 2012

WELLINGTON, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach won his second straight Golfslinger.com Tour tournament, and 11th overall, with a three under par 69 on Monday at Binks Forest Golf Club.

Smith made six birdies and three bogeys, beating 43 starters and earning $1,000 from the $5,463 purse. He received $2,000 for winning a 36-hole tournament last week at the Champions Club in Stuart. He is the first double winner in the Golfslinger’s nine events this month.

The Golfslinger’s next tournament will be another 36-hole meet Wednesday and Thursday at Jacaranda Golf Club in Plantation.

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Justin Hicks and Stephen Grant tied for second at 140
Thursday, January 26, 2012

STUART, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach earned his 10th Golfslinger.com Tour victory Thursday, winning by two strokes at the Champions Club on rounds of 68-70—138. Between an eagle at the par-5 fourth hole Wednesday and a double bogey at the par-4 16th hole Thursday, Smith had eight birdies and two bogeys. He received $2,000 from the $12,300 purse.

Tied for second at 140 were Justin Hicks of Royal Palm Beach and Stephen Grant of Palm Beach Gardens. Hicks, headed back to the Nationwide Tour next month, bogeyed the last two holes for 75-65, while Grant shot 71-69. Each collected $1,250. Career-wise, Hicks has 22 Golfslinger titles, Grant two.

The eighth t... more

Alexis Thompson ties for third with Sandro Piaget and Matt Hill
Monday, January 23, 2012

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens parred the first extra hole Monday for his 15th victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour. Kim outlasted Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach after they tied at four under par 68 at the TPC at Eagle Trace.

In regulation, Kim made five birdies and a bogey, LeBrun seven birdies and three bogeys. In the playoff which started at the par-3 17th hole, Kim two-putted from 14 feet behind the cup for the win, earning $1,000 from the $7,870 purse. LeBrun had hit his tee ball over the green, chipped back but missed his par putt from eight feet.

LeBrun, second among 65 starters, the largest field of the Golfslinger’s ninth season,... more

Frank Dully and Chris Damiano tie for second
Thursday, January 19, 2012

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Tim Turpen of West Palm Beach birdied the last two holes Thursday to pull out a one-stroke victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour with a five under par 66 on the West course at Fountains Country Club.

Turpen made seven birdies and two bogeys for his 18th Golfslinger title, earning $1,000 from the $7,888 purse. Tied for second at 68 in the 64-player field, the largest of the season, were Frank Dully of Salem, Mass., and Chris Damiano of Jupiter. Each received $650.

Jimmy Lytle picked up $550 for his solo fourth finish at 3-under par 68, followed by Devin Kay from Boca Raton and Chris Scialo of New York at 69.

The Golfslinger schedule next week ... more

P.H. Soero won yesterday, Turpen finished 2nd two days in a row
Tuesday, January 17, 2012

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Brian Lamberti of Granite Springs, N.Y., birdied the third extra hole Tuesday to earn his fifth win on the Golfslinger.com Tour. After they tied at five under par 67 at The Links at Madison Green, Lamberti outlasted Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens, who hit his tee shot into the water at the par-5 second hole, and Tim Turpen of West Palm Beach, who made his par-4 the third.

In regulation, Lamberti had an eagle, four birdies and a bogey; Soero made seven birdies and two bogeys, one at the 18th hole; and Turpen scored his seventh birdie of the day at the 18th after two bogeys earlier in the round. Soero edged Turpen by a shot, and Lamberti by 2... more

Kyle Willmann and Tim Turpen tie for second with 69
Monday, January 16, 2012

PALM CITY, Fla. –Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens birdied his first four holes Monday and went on to post a four under par 68 at The Evergreen Club for his seventh victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

After his fast start, Soero added two more birdies (Nos. 15 and 17) and a pair of bogeys (Nos. 6 and 11) to win by a shot. He earned $1,000 from the $4,859 purse.

Tim Turpen of West Palm Beach shot 34-35—69 to tie for second place with Kyle Willmann of Palm City fired 36-33—69.

The Golfslinger’s fourth tournament of the year drew 38 starters.

There was $150 in the skins pot with 7 skins out worth $22.86 each.

1- Pierr... more

Willmann shot the low round of the event (66) to get into the playoff
Thursday, January 12, 2012

JUPITER, Fla. – Kyle Willmann of Edmond , Okla., won a playoff on the fifth extra hole Thursday at Abacoa Golf Club for his eighth victory on the Golfslinger.com Tour.

Last year, both players won one of the five PGA Tour Q-School Contests put on by the tour, with Lytle making it to PGA Tour Q-School Final Stage, earning conditional Nationwide Tour Status.

After they tied at nine under par 135, Willman (69-66) and Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge (67-68) halved the first four holes with par-4s, birdie-4s, par-4s and par-3s. Then at the par-4 fifth, Lytle’s second shot from the light rough hit a tree and landed in a bunker. He reached the green in three but two-putted ... more

Friday's winner Tom Gillis tied for third with Jimmy Lytle and Matt Springer
Monday, January 09, 2012

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Brett Stegmaier of Vero Beach made two-putt pars on two extra holes and won for the third time on the Golfslinger.com Tour when his playoff opponent hit his second tee shot out of bounds at Ironhorse Country Club.

Stegmaier and Mark McGuire of Clifton, N.J. tied at five under par 67. McGuire eagled the par-4 second hole in regulation, then finished with birdies on the last three holes. Stegmaier earned $1,000, guaranteed this season for winners of 18-hole events.

Back in November, the last time the tour visited Ironhorse, Stegmaier also shot 67 with a streak of 5 birdes in a row enroute to his victory. Brett has to be one of the favorites ... more

6 Players Tie For Second With 72
Friday, January 06, 2012

PLANTATION, Fla. – Tom Gillis of Oxford, Mich., tuning up for the PGA Tour this year, won the opening event of the Golfslinger.com Tour’s ninth season Friday with a one under par 70 on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club.

The only player to break par-71, Gillis aced the 190-yard third hole with a 5-iron after a bogey-birdie start. Then after he bogeyed the fourth hole, Gillis settled down, turned in 34, and made one birdied (No. 11) and one bogey (No. 13) on the inward nine.

Gillis earned $1,000 from the $4,200 purse, a winner’s share which is guaranteed for all champions of 18-hole events this season. He finished 106th on the PGA Tour money list last ... more

Justin Peters and Ben Silverman also shot 67
Monday, December 19, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens birdied the second playoff hole Monday at Fountains Country Club to win the final event of the year in the Golfslinger.com/Minor League Golf Tour.

After they tied at four under par 67 and matched par-4s at the 10th hole of the North course, Kim won when he birdied the par-5 11th as both Justin Peters of Stuart and Ben Silverman of Delray Beach both hit into the water.

It was Kim’s 14th career MLGT victory, his second in 11 days. He won the Tour Championship Dec. 8 at Abacoa Golf Club in Jupiter on the third playoff hole. Kim earned $900 from the $5,250 purse. Peters and Silverman, tied for second among 42 playe... more

Congratulations, Lexi!
Saturday, December 17, 2011

DUBAI, U.A.E. – Lexi Thompson, 16, became the youngest professional golfer to win on the Ladies European Tour when she captured the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters by four shots at Emirates Golf Club.

Her first win as a professional came 10 months ago on the GOLFslinger.com/Minor League Golf Tour in the TPC February Shootout on February 21, 2011 at TPC Eagle Trace.

Thompson, went on to win this summer on the LPGA Tour, capturing the Navistar LPGA Classic by 5 shots.

Congratulations, Lexi.

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Team Chris was 5 better than last year when they won in a playoff
Friday, December 16, 2011

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Chris Damiano of Jupiter and Chris Scialo of New City, N.Y., made a successful defense Friday in the Holiday Team Championship staged by the Golfslinger.com/Minor League Golf Tour at the Santa Lucia River Club.

Damiano and Scialo combined for a 15 under par 57 to win by three strokes. They eagled the par-5 fifth hole and added six birdies on the front nine for a scramble score of 28, then made seven birdies in four-ball stroke play on the back nine for 29.

They won in 2010 at Santa Lucia on the third playoff hole after a 62. Nine of 27 teams beat that score Friday. That was Scialo’s only other MLGT victory. Damiano now has four wins. They... more

High winds produce high scores, Lamberti wins playoff
Wednesday, December 14, 2011

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. - Brian Lamberti of Granite Springs, N.Y., parred the first extra hole Wednesday at the Links at Madison Green to earn his fourth victory on the Golfslinger.com/Minor League Golf Tour.

After they tied at two under par 70, Lamberti won when his opponent, Brett Stegmaier of Vero Beach, hit his tee shot into the water, finishing the hole with a two-putt bogey. Stegmaier birdied the last two holes of regulation and overall made three birdies and a bogey. Lamberti had three birdies on each nine to go with two bogeys and a double bogey.

There were 42 starters. Lamberti received $900, Stegmaier $625, from the $5,376 purse.

Friday's Team Champions... more

Peters-Mike Larkin team wins playoff with Jordan Holly-Nathan Stamey and Olin Browne Jr-Gabe Costa
Monday, December 12, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Justin Peters of Stuart chipped in from eight feet behind the green for birdie as he teamed with Mike Larkin of Gibsonia, Pa., to win the 27-hole, Par 3 Team Trilogy tournament at the Jupiter Dunes Golf Club.

Peters and Larkin outlasted two other teams in the unique event in which players competed in scramble on the back nine, alternate shots on the front, then four-ball stroke play back on the back. They received $820 apiece from the $8,120 purse.

Peters’ birdie at the 11th hole beat out Jordan Holley and Nathan Stamey of Boynton Beach. Olin Browne Jr. and Gabe Costa of Tequesta were eliminated when they bogeyed the first... more

Sunny birdied 2nd and 3rd extra holes to win
Thursday, December 08, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens sank a 15-foot birdie putt on the third playoff hole Thursday at Abacoa Golf Club to win the seventh annual Tour Championship.

It was Kim’s 13th MLGT victory as he outlasted Derrick Bohannon of Jensen Beach after they tied at eight under par 136. Ironically, Bohannon bogeyed his first and last holes of regulation, his only errors in 39 holes.

After they halved the first two playoff holes with par-4s and birdie-4s, Kim won with birdie at the par-4 third. He earned $4,000 from the $20,860 purse. Bohannon received $2,200. He has 16 MLGT titles overall. Both players have previously won MLGT Q-School Contests.

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2012 Guaranteed $1,000 1st in all 1-Day events and more!
Wednesday, December 07, 2011

By Tour Owner Jay Slazinski

JUPITER, Fla. - As 2011 winds down, The Minor League Golf Tour is ramping up for an awesome 2012. There will be a lot of positive changes in 2012, starting with the name of our tour.

The harsh economy has taken its toll. So, like so many players, profession golf tours are looking for new sponsorship. Hooters of America, Inc. dropped The NGA Tour. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company will end its sponsorship of the PGA Tour's feeder tour at the end of 2012, and The Minor League Golf Tour's sponsor Fuzion Golf closed its doors back in October. Since their support was in player discounts and bonuses, it will not in any way affect the tour pa... more

Brett Stegmaier was solo second with 69
Monday, December 05, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – John Stoltz of Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., made three birdies on the inward nine Monday to overtake Bret Stegmaier of Vero Beach and win for the fourth time on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

Even par through 10 holes with a birdie at the first hole and a bogey at the eighth, Stoltz birdied Nos. 11, 14 and 15 to edge Stegmaier, 68 to 69, on the West course at Fountains Country Club. Stegmaier had two birdies on the front, another at the 10th, a bogey at the 11th for a two-stroke swing, then finished with seven straight pars. He has won twice on the MLGT.

There were 39 starters for the MLGT’s 127th tournament of the year. The MLGT’s seventh ... more

Monday's winner Tim Turpen tied for 2nd with John Stoltz
Thursday, December 01, 2011

PLANTATION, Fla. – Jordan Holley of Greensboro, N.C., and Boynton Beach cruised to a six-stroke victory Thursday in a Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour event on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club.

Ahead by six after a 66 the first round Wednesday, Holley added 69 for 135, scoring an eagle, seven birdies and two bogeys (one each day) in 36 holes. He earned $1,500 from the $6,000 purse. It was his second MLGT title, the first coming a week and a half ago, Nov. 21, at Abacoa Golf Club in Jupiter.

Tied for second at 141 were Tim Turpen of West Palm Beach and John Stoltz of Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., on final round scores of 69 and 70. Each received $962.50.

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Renner, Wilson, Delprete, Bare, Saunders and Gronberg
Wednesday, November 30, 2011

LaQuinta, Ca - All year, Jimmy Lytle and Steve LeBrun have been vying for the top spot on the 2011 MLGT money list AND the MLGT career money list. Lytle was leading in 2011 earnings and got to $100,000 in career money first, then LeBrun picked up $5,000 for his November Sunshine State Classic win and passed Lytle on both lists. While it has been fun to watch, they both have their sights set quite a bit higher.

Both Steve LeBrun and Jimmy Lytle won MLGT Q-School contests and had their 2011 PGA Tour Entry Fee paid by The Minor League Golf Tour. Combined, they have won 66 times on The Minor League Golf Tour.

They will be joined by Brian Anderson, who earned his entry t... more

Dan McCarthy solo second with 66
Monday, November 28, 2011

BOCA RATON, Fla. – Tim Turpen of West Palm Beach birdied the last two holes Monday to edge playing partner Dan McCarthy of Palm Beach Gardens by a shot, 65 to 66, for his 17th victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

McCarthy took the early lead at Ocean Breeze Golf Club with an eagle to Turpen’s birdie at the par-5 first hole on the South nine. Turpen fell another stroke behind with bogey at the second hole, then McCarthy birdied the third to go up by three. Turpen caught up with consecutive birdies at 4, 5 and 6, McCarthy went ahead again with birdie at No. 11 and both birdied the 13th and 15th holes to set up Turpen’s furious finish on the North nine.

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Holley birdied the third extra hole to win
Monday, November 21, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Jordan Holley of Boynton Beach and Greensboro, N.C., survived an hour and a half rain delay and three playoff holes Monday at Abacoa Golf Club to earn his first victory on the Fuzion-Minor Leaguer Golf Tour.

Holley outlasted Derrick Bohannon of Jensen Beach and Shelbyville, Ky., by making birdie at the par-4 third hole after they tied at seven under par 65. They had halved the first hole with par-4s and the second with birdie-4s. At the third, Holley’s second shot landed a foot from the hole and spun back to about 10 feet. After missing the green, Bohannon chipped to three feet but never had a chance to putt for par.

In regulation, each had eigh... more

Greg O'Mahony finished second with 62, Turpen & Bergeron carded 63
Thursday, November 17, 2011

ATLANTIS, Fla. – Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens posted an 11 under par 61 on Thursday at Atlantis Country Club to win on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour for the sixth time. He earned $900 from the $5,000 purse.

In July 2010, Soero shot 61 to win a MLGT event and set the course record on the south course at the Fountains Country Club.

Today, for the 59 Challenge, the course was set up at 5,400 yards, compared to 6,600 from the back tees which the MLGT would normally play. The four par-5s were all reachable in two, the four par-3s all were played from about 110 yards, and many of the par-4s were drivable, according to tournament director Jimmy Jones.

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Jimmy Hazen and Ben Silverman tie for second 1 back
Tuesday, November 15, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Brett Stegmaier of Vero Beach and Hamden, Conn., made five straight birdies on the inward nine and needed every one of them for a one-stroke victory Tuesday in a Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour tournament at Ironhorse Country Club.

After a birdie-bogey-birdie start, Stegmaier made seven consecutive pars, then birdied five in a row starting at the par-3 11th hole. He closed with a bogey at the par-4 17th for 67, earning $750 from the $3,500 purse. It was Stegmaier’s second MLGT title, the first coming April 13, 2007, on the nearby Estate course at PGA National.

There were 28 entries Tuesday. The MLGT plays its 122nd tournament of the year T... more

Jon Vion solo third with 71
Sunday, November 13, 2011

DORAL, Fla. – Jon McLean of Weston birdied the final hole Sunday on a course designed by his father to edge Ryan Willis of Alpharetta, Ga., and win his fifth title on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

McLean nipped Willis 69-70 on the McLean course at Doral Country Club. The course was created by Jim McLean, a renowned instructor who has a golf school headquartered at Doral with several branches nationwide.

The younger McLean had six birdies, three bogeys and a double bogey. He earned $550 from the $1,801 purse, raising his MLGT cache to $17,484 since January, 2010. Willis made three birdies and as many bogeys and was second among 15 starters. It was Willis’ t... more

Sunday event starts at 10:30am
Thursday, November 10, 2011

DORAL, Fla. - Come play a regular 1-Day Minor League Golf Tour Event on Sunday at Doral's Jim McLean Signature Course the day before Jim's 3rd Annual Ball Buster Tournament. 

Jon McLean has won four times on the Minor League Golf Tour and was one of the 2010 Q-School Contest Winners.  Last year 2007 MLGT Leading Money winner Richard Terga shot 71 and picked up the 1st place check.

Click this link, or the event sposor link for more details on the Jim McLean Ball Buster Tournament.

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All FIVE 2011 Q-School Contest Winners Advanced
Wednesday, November 09, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. - 58 Players that have competed and won a combined 201 events on the Minor League Golf Tour will be competing at second stage of PGA Tour Qualifying School, including 15 out of 22 players from the Port St. Lucie first stage qualifying site.

All of five 2011 Q-School Contest winners moved on to second stage, and 9 of the 12 Minor League Q-School contest winners (since 2009) will be vying for status.

The complete list of 58 Players with their MLGT Career highlights.

Jimmy Lytle - 2011 Q-School Contest Winner, 30 MLGT Victories,
All Time MLGT Leading Money Winner (o... more

LeBrun gets to 16-under, wins by 4
Tuesday, November 08, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach, one of just two players not to shoot in the 70s, was the winner Wednesday in the $25,000 Sunshine State Classic on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

LeBrun, a graduate of John I. Leonard High School and Florida Atlantic University, fired 69-65-66—200 on the South course at Fountains Country Club, winning by four strokes over Vaughn Snyder of Massillon, Ohio. Snyder had 68-70-66—204, second among 42 starters.

The only other player to break 70 all three days was Ryan Armour of Jupiter, who tied for third with 69-67-69—205. Brian Anderson of Jupiter, the second round leader on 66-67—133, and St... more

Steve LeBrun, Jimmy Lytle, and Justin Peters tie for third
Thursday, November 03, 2011

BOCA RATON, Fla. – Alejandro Garmendia of Weston eagled the first hole and held on Thursday to win on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour at Ocean Breeze Golf Club. Garmendia outdueled David Smith of West Palm Beach 67 to 68 on the South and North nines, adding five birdies and two bogeys. Smith had six birdies and two bogeys.

It was Garmendia’s third MLGT title, all in the last five months. He won June 6 at Indian Spring CC, Boynton Beach, and Sept. 29 at Jacaranda GC, Plantation. Smith also has three wins. Garmendia earned $625 from the $2,806 purse. Smith, second among 23 players, received $500.

The MLGT has scheduled a 54-hole tournament next week, the annual... more

Devin Kay solo third, Mike Larkin fourth
Wednesday, November 02, 2011

PLANTATON, Fla. – Amateur David Rose of Vancouver, British Columbia, birdied the second extra hole Wednesday (pictured above) to win a playoff between two first-time starters on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. Rose, 22, outlasted Justin Ahasic, 31, of Naples after they tied at one under par 70 on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club.

After they matched par-4s on the first hole of the playoff, Ahasic’s tee shot at the par-4 second hit a tree and dropped well short of his fairway target. He reached the green in three and missed a 20-foot par putt. Moments later, Rose birdied from 15 feet for the win. In regulation, Rose had four birdies and three bogeys, Ahasic thre... more

Andrew Giuliani and Geoff Lee tie for second
Tuesday, November 01, 2011

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Jake Katz of Williamsville, N.Y., is having a good week. Three days after making it through the first stage of qualifying for the PGA Tour in 2012, Katz was the winner Monday on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

Katz shot three under par 69 on the Estate course at PGA National with five birdies and a double bogey at the par-4 seventh hole. His birdies were at the par-3 10th, the par-4 fourth and 13th and the par-5 fifth and 15th. It was his second MLGT start. On Oct. 4, he tied for third at Ironhorse in West Palm Beach. He earned $750 from the $4,125 purse here.

Last Saturday, Katz was among 22 golfers who made it through the first stage q... more

Brett Bergeron finished solo second
Thursday, October 27, 2011

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Zac Oakley of Lewes, Del., fired a three under par 69 Thursday on the Links at Madison Green for a two-stroke victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. After a birdie on the sixth hole, Oakley made the turn in 35, then had four birdies and two bogeys on the back nine.

It was the third start of the week for Oakley, 29, a winter resident of Palm City, and his fifth victory since he joined the MLGT in November, 2006. Last March before heading north for the summer, Oakley also won at Madison Green, on the third playoff hole when he outlasted teenage phenom Alexis Thompson and Canadian Alexandre Ouellette after they had tied at 68.

The 115th t... more

Zac Oakley shot 71 to finish solo second
Tuesday, October 25, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Justin Peters of Stuart tuned up for an attempt to qualify for the PGA Tour with a six under par 66 Tuesday at Abacoa Golf Club for his 30th victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. Peters finished with five birdies on the inward nine of a bogey-free round. He earned $625 from the $2,710 purse.

The first stage of qualifying for the PGA Tour in 2012 is scheduled Wednesday through Saturday on the Wanamaker course at the PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie. Peters played predominantly on the Nationwide Tour this year.

The MLGT, which had 22 starters at Abacoa, plays again Thursday at the Links at Madison Green in Royal Palm Beach.

There was $100... more

Tyler Kitson shoot 71 for solo 2nd place
Monday, October 24, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Nick Flynn of London, England, birdied four of his last eight holes Monday to earn his first victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour with a three under par 68 on the North course at Fountains Country Club. After a birdie and two bogeys on the front, Flynn birdied Nos. 11, 12, 15 and 17. He earned $460 from the $1,555 purse. Flynn made his first MLGT start Oct. 20 at President Country Club in West Palm Beach, losing in a playoff at five under par 66.

The MLGT’s 113th tournament of the year drew nine entries. The first stage of qualifying for the 2012 PGA Tour starts Wednesday at the PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie.

The MLGT has two more 1... more

Derrick Bohannan and Peters both shot 71
Friday, October 21, 2011

STUART, Fla. - Justin Peters birdied the first extra hole Friday to edge Derrick Bohannon in a battle between Martin County golfers on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. Peters sank an 18 footer on the par-4 first hole for the win at the Champions Club at Summerfield after Bohannon hit his second shot over the green.

In regulation, each made four birdies and three bogeys for one under par 71. Both birdied the par-5 18th hole. It was the 29th MLGT victory for Peters, of Stuart, who earned $525 from the $1,755 purse. Bohannon, of Jensen Beach, has 16 wins on the MLGT. Second among 14 starters in the event rained out Monday, he received $400.

The MLGT has played 112 tournamen... more

Collins birdied 2 of 3 extra holes to capture 9th MLGT victory
Thursday, October 20, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Bobby Collins of Palm Beach Gardens played bogey-free golf for 21 holes Thursday to earn his ninth victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

After they tied at five under par 66 on the Eagle course at President Country Club, Collins outlasted Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach, who holds the career MLGT record with 36 wins, and Nick Flynn of London, England, who was making his first start.

Collins and LeBrun both birdied the first extra hole, the par-5 10th, then matched par-3s at the 11th. At the par-4 12th, with Collins five feet from the flag after his approach, LeBrun two-putted for par from 23 feet than watched as Collins bi... more

Steve LeBrun, Dion Gonsalves, and James Porter tie for 3rd
Thursday, October 13, 2011

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – David Vanegas of Medellin, Colombia, making his first start on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour, birdied the fourth extra hole for the victory Thursday at The Club at Emerald Hills.

Vanegas outlasted Devin Kay of Potomac, Md., after they tied at four under par 68. They halved the par-5 first and par-3 third holes and in between matched bogeys at the par-4 second. At the par-4 fourth, Vanegas sank a 50 footer and got the win when Kay missed his birdie opportunity from eight feet.

In regulation, Vanegas had seven birdies, a bogey and a double bogey at the par-5 fifth hole while Kay made six birdies and two bogeys. Vanegas earned $800 from the $3,840 ... more

LeBrun and Orveland shot 65, 5 shots ahead of field
Wednesday, October 12, 2011

PALM CITY, Fla. – Norwegian Morten Orveland eagled the third playoff hole Wednesday to win on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour for the second time. Orveland and Steve LeBrun, who holds the MLGT career record with 36 victories, tied at seven under par 67 at The Evergreen Club. Each played bogey-free golf with seven birdies.

After they halved the par-5 first hole with birdies and the par-4 second with pars, both reached the green in two at the par-5 third. Orveland, whose American home is in Jupiter, sank a 45-foot putt for the eagle. Moments later, LeBrun, of West Palm Beach, missed his eagle try from 25 feet. LeBrun birdied 17 and 18 knowing he needed both to pull even and ... more

Qualifiers Brian Anderson, Ben Hartman, Jimmy Lytle, Brad Klapprott & Kevin Foley all have won on the MLGT, Jimmy Lytle was medalist with 63 at Jacaranda
Wednesday, October 12, 2011

On Monday, Jimmy Lytle, Ben Hartman, Brian Anderson, Kevin Foley, Brad Klapprott, Andy Bare, and Manuel Villegas all qualified for the Miccosukee Open, a Nationwide Tour event starting Thursday in Miami.

All time MLGT leading money winner Lytle was the medalist with 63 at Jacaranda in Plantation.  Lytle competed in a 2-Day Minor League Golf Tour event last month on the course the championship will be played on.  Other competitors in that 2-Day MLGT event that are playing this weekend are Carlos Velez and Nicholas Thompson

In addition to the nine players above, Brad Adamonis, Ryan Armour, Marc Turnesa, Alan Morin, Ken Duke, Steve Whea... more

James Porter and Ben Siverman shoot 67 to finish 1 back
Tuesday, October 11, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Scott Marino of Fairfax, Va., scored his first victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour on Tuesday with a five under par 66 despite a bogey at the final hole of the North course at Fountains Country Club. Earlier in the round he eagled the par-5 11th hole, had three birdies on each nine and two bogeys on the front.

The younger brother of the PGA Tour’s Steve Marino, Scott, 26, won on his 14th MLGT start since Feb. 28. He earned $700 from the $3,294 purse. Steve, 31, played locally before joining the big tour in 2007, winning six times on the Golden Bear Tour in 2004-05 and twice on the Gateway Tour in April, 2006. They share a home in Tequestamore

Bobby Collins ties for second with Ryan Garrity
Thursday, October 06, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens eagled the par-4 11th hole two days in a row enroute to a victory Thursday on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour at Abacoa Golf Club.

Kim, 22, shot 68-67—135 with four birdies in each round, a double bogey at the 16th Wednesday and a bogey at the 17th Thursday. His first round birdies were at Nos. 4, 6, 10 and 15; and at first, fourth, 15th and 16th the second day.

It was Kim’s 11th title since he joined the MLGT in October, 2006, his second this year following a win Jan. 13 at The Evergreen Club in Palm City. He earned $2,000 from the $10,830 purse.

In the MLGT’s 107th event of the year, Bobby ... more

Jake Katz and Jimmy Lytle tie for third place with 69
Tuesday, October 04, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Matt Torrance of East Lyme, Conn., birdied the first two and last three holes Tuesday at Ironhorse Golf Club to earn his fourth victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. In between, he had two birdies and a pair of bogeys for a five under par 67.

Justin Peters of Stuart, who has spent much of the year on the Nationwide Tour, was second among 35 starters at 68 with three birdies and a bogey on each nine.

Torrance earned $825, Peters $575, from the $4,375 purse.

Jake Katz and Jimmy Lytle tied for third at 3-under par 69.

Sean Kalin won the whole skins pot of $180 with a birdie on 11.

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Adam Adams and Will Coleman tie for second at -6
Thursday, September 29, 2011

PLANTATION, Fla. – Alejandro Garmendia of Weston overcame bogies on the first hole two days in a row to win a Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour event Thursday at Jacaranda Golf Club. Both days, he rallied to score 68-67—135 on the par-71 East course, winning by one stroke.

After his shaky starts, Garmendia birdied the ninth, 10th and 11th holes both days and also birdied No. 12 Wednesday. He made five birdies each round and three bogeys overall and earned $2,000 from the $9,554 purse. It was Garmendia’s second MLGT victory. He won June 6 at Indian Spring west of Boynton Beach.

There were 34 starters in the MLGT’s 105th tournament of the year, including ... more

Ryan Garrity shot 67 to finish second
Monday, September 26, 2011

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – Jeff Ivall of Palm Beach Gardens earned his first victory with the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour, posting a five under par 66 Monday at the North Palm Beach Country Club. After a bogey at the first hole, Ivall birdied Nos. 2, 3, 5, 7, 13 and 18. He earned $760 from the $4,122 purse. Ivall joined the MLGT in August, 2009, and now has career earnings of $7,381.

Ryan Garrity of Jupiter earned $550 after shooting 67, two shots better than Peter Laws of Toronto, Canada and Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge, Florida.

There was $170 in the skins pot with 6 skins out worth $28.34 each.

#4,#18(Eagle) - Brian Friederichs
#9 - Rushi Oza
#13 (... more

Warren Jurkowitz is second for 2nd straight year
Friday, September 23, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Chris Peddicord of Palm City, Florida won 2 of the Senior Division events in the 2011 Champions Tour Q-School Contest to propel him to the final prize, a $2,500 bonus to pay his entry fee into qualifying for the Champions Tour later this year.

Peddicord earned a check in 6 of 8 events he played and edged Warren Jurkowitz by $150 dollars. Jurkowitz also finished second in the contest last year.

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Chris Peddicord wins Champions Tour Q-School Contest
Thursday, September 22, 2011

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach birdied the first extra hole Thursday on the Estate course at PGA National to win his career record 36th title on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

LeBrun made six birdies enroute to a five under par 67, then added one more birdie at the par-4 first hole to out-finish Bobby Collins of Palm Beach Gardens, Brett Bergeron of LaPlace, La., and Hector Zapata of Weston. LeBrun’s birdies in regulation were at Nos. 5, 7, 8, 9, 11 and 18. He bogeyed the par-3 third hole. LeBrun earned $900 from the $5,288 purse. Collins, Bergeron and Zapata, tied for second among 44 starters, received $525 apiece.

Zapata also w... more

Ducan needed two birdies and two pars to seal the deal in overtime
Wednesday, September 21, 2011

PALM CITY, Fla. – Greg Duncan of Edinburgh, Scotland, earned his first victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour in a playoff Wednesday at The Evergreen Club. Duncan outlasted Scott Marino of Tequesta and Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach after they tied at three under par 69.

Smith was eliminated with par-5 on the first extra hole. Duncan and Marino halved the second with par-4s and the third with birdie-4s. At the fourth, Duncan won with par-3 after Marino missed his par from five feet. Duncan, 20, earned $600 from the $2,320 purse. Smith and Marino, tied for second among 19 starters, got $387.50 apiece.

The younger brother of the PGA Tour’s Steve Marino, S... more

Brett Bergeron, Peter Laws, Steve LeBrun and Carter all shot 67
Monday, September 19, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Tom Carter of Jupiter birdied the first playoff hole for a Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour victory Monday on the West course at Fountains Country Club. After a bogey-free round with four birdies for 67, Carter edged out Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach, Peter Laws of Palm Beach Gardens and Brett Bergeron of LaPlace, La. Carter received $800. The others, who tied for second among 36 starters, got $508.34 apiece.

Carter, who has won 3 times on The Nationwide Tour, played on the PGA Tour in 2003-04. This was his second MLGT victory, the first coming on his second start in June, 2009, a 36-hole tournament at Abacoa Golf Club in Jupiter. He has earned $1... more

$45 separates Chris Peddicord and Warren Jurkowitz with 1 event left in the 2011 Champions Tour Q-School Contest
Monday, September 19, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Mark Bucek of Winter Park won a separate senior division event at Fountains Country Club for players 47 and older. He shot 69 with four birdies on the front nine and two bogeys on the back. He collected $450 for the win and another $250 with a tie for sixth in the open division.

The 2011 Champions Tour Q-School Contest is going down to the wire. The 10th and final event of the contest is Thursday at PGA National's Esatates Course.  Today, Chris Peddicord maintained his $45 lead over Warren Jurkowitz when they tied for second place at 1-under par 70.  Each player earned $245.

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She is the youngest winner in the 61-year history of the LPGA
Sunday, September 18, 2011

PRATTVILLE, Ala. (AP) — Lexi Thompson, at 16 years, 7 months and 8 days old, became the youngest winner in the 61-year history of the LPGA.

The phenom, who won her first professonal event on The Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour back in February, closed with a 2-under 70 Sunday to win the Navistar LPGA Classic, beating Tiffany Joh by five strokes to finish at 17-under 271.

Thompson shattered the age record for winning a multiple-round tournament held by Paula Creamer, who won in 2005 at 18. Marlene Hagge was 18 years and 14 days old when she won the single-round Sarasota Open in 1952.

The victory earned her $195,000, quite ... more

Peter Laws and Dave Cunningham tied for third with 69
Thursday, September 15, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Steve LeBrun increased his career total of titles on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour to 35 with a five under par 67 Thursday at Ironhorse Country Club. It was his ninth win this year, second this month following a victory Sept. 2 at Jupiter Country Club.

After turning in 34 on three birdies and a bogey, LeBrun saved par from a waste area behind the green at the par-3 13th when his third shot, a chip, hit the flagstick and dropped into the cup. He then birdied the next three holes and won by a stroke. LeBrun earned $725 from the $3,375 purse.

Scott Langley, playing in his first Fuzion MLGT event, finished a shot back after shooting 68. He pic... more

Pressentin won the event yesterday at Jacaranda
Tuesday, September 13, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Ryan Garrity of Jupiter birdied the first two holes Tuesday and went on to score a victorious five under par 67 on the Links course at Bear Lakes Country Club for his third victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

After his fast start, Garrity added birdies at Nos. 6, 8, 11 and 17 and bogeyed the par-4 15th hole. He won by two strokes over a field of 41 pros and one amateur, earning $1,000 from the $5,250 purse.

Yesterday's winner at Jacaranda, Andrew Pressentin tied for second place with Brian Anderson at 2-under par 69, followed by a threesome at 1-under par 71.

There was $260 in the skins pot with 6 skins out worth $43.34... more

Brian Anderson shot 68 to finish third
Monday, September 12, 2011

PLANTATION, Fla. – Andrew Pressentin of Palmetto Bay fired a five under par 66 Monday to earn his second victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. Pressentin edged Greg O’Mahoney of Tequesta by a stroke on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club.

Pressentin eagled the par-5 11th hole and also had four birdies and a bogey, earning $750 from the $3,881 purse. He scored his first MLGT victory June 24 at Fountains CC-West near Lake Worth. O’Mahoney made six birdies and two bogeys for 67, second among 32 starters, and received $525. O’Mahony has 10 MLGT wins.

Play was interrupted for an hour and a half by lightning and rain.

There was $160 ... more

Miccosukee host professional Carlos Velez finished third
Friday, September 09, 2011

MIAMI, Fla. – Jon McLean of Weston fired an opening round of eight under par 63 and held on Friday to win by two strokes in a Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour event at Miccosukee Country Club. McLean won by two strokes over Nicholas Thompson of Coral Springs, 133 to 135, in a battle of Nationwide Tour players.

Leading by five Thursday, McLean closed with 70 to outlast Thompson’s 68-67. In 36 holes, McLean made 10 birdies, eight the first round, and had his only bogey at the first hole Friday. Thompson totaled 13 birdies but had three bogeys each day. It was McLean’s fourth MLGT title. He earned $1,350 from the $5,335 purse. Thompson, second among 17 starters, receiv... more

Brian Anderson and Jimmy Lytle shoot 68
Tuesday, September 06, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach earned his career record 34th Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour victory Tuesday with a seven under par 65 at Jupiter Country Club. LeBrun, 33, a graduate of John I.Leonard High School and Florida Atlantic University, made seven birdies in a bogey-fee round, at Nos. 4, 7, 8, 9, 12, 16 and 18 and earned $900 from the $5,368 purse.

Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge and Brian Anderson of Jupiter matched 68s to tie for second in the 44-player field. Each received $562.50. Lytle, 25, becomes the first MLGT player to top $100,000 in career earnings, reaching $100,558.13 with Tuesday’s check. He started on the MLGT as an amateur in July, 20... more

Alejandro Garmendia fires final round 66 to get within 2
Thursday, September 01, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Bobby Collins of Palm Beach Gardens has won for the fourth time in the last seven events over 15 days on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. Collins scored 65-69—134 to win by two strokes Thursday in the ZONEOUT sponsored event on the Breakers Rees Jones Course. He eagled the par-4 13th hole the first round, holing a 117-yard wedge shot. Overall, he also made 13 birdies and five bogeys, earning $2,000 from the $10,915 purse. A former Nationwide Tour player and John I. Leonard High graduate, Collins, has a career total of eight MLGT victories.

Alejandro Garmendia of Weston was second among 36 starters wi... more

Jacob Korb is second with 67, Brett Bergeron 3rd with 68
Monday, August 29, 2011

WELLINGTON, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge fired a six under par 66 Monday at The Wanderers Club for his 30th victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. It was his fifth MLGT win this year, his first since July 18 at Jupiter Country Club.  Lytle, is $610 away from becoming the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour's first $100,000 winner.

Jacob Korb shot 67 to finish second followed by Brett Bergeron in third place with 68.

The MLGT plays a 36-hole event Wednesday and Thursday on the Rees Jones course at Breakers West.

There was $170 in the skins pot with 5 skins out worth $34 each.

#3- Bobby Collins
#4,#9- Adam Adams
#13- Pa... more

Collins shot 68 to win for the third time in a 14 day period
Friday, August 26, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Bobby Collins of Palm Beach Gardens fired a four under 68 on the South course at Fountains Country Club Friday for his seventh victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. He made five birdies after a bogey at the par-5 fifth hole, at Nos. 6, 8, 12, 12 and 15, and earn $600 from the $2,430 purse.

It was his third MLGT win in the last nine days, including the match play championship at Indian Spring CC which ended Aug. 18 and an 18-hole event Wednesday on Fountains’ West course here. Winning three times in 14 days is worth a $1,000 bonus to be applied toward entry and expenses in a Monday qualifier on the Nationwide Tour.

Six players tied ... more

Collins and Anderson shot 5-under par 66
Wednesday, August 24, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Bobby Collins of Palm Beach Gardens won for the sixth time on the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour when Brian Anderson of Rochester, Ill., hit his tee shot out of bounds on the first playoff hole Wednesday.

They had tied at five under par 66 on the West course at Fountains Country Club, Collins winning with a routine par-5. Collins made seven birdies and two bogeys. Anderson eagled the first hole in regulation and added six birdies and three bogeys, including the 16th and 18th holes as Collins parred in the last three.

Collins earned $700 from the $3,160 purse. Anderson, second among 26 starters, got $500. Anderson has won 15 MLGT tournaments.

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Costa won by 1 over Andrew Pressentin of Palmetto Bay
Tuesday, August 23, 2011

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Gabe Costa of Tequesta won his first start as a pro golfer Monday, firing a seven under par 65 in a Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour event on the Squire course at PGA National.

Costa made four birdies on each nine (Nos. 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 13, 15 and 18) and a bogey at the fourth hole to earn $800 from the $4,340 purse. It was his seventh MLGT event since May. He had previously collected $524.50 in merchandise certificates as an amateur.

Andrew Pressentin of Palmetto Bay was second among 36 players with 66 on seven birdies and a bogey. He received $600.

There was $170 in the skins pot with 6 skins out worth $28.34 each.

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David Smith 2nd with 69, Gregory Della-Pietra 3rd with 71
Thursday, August 18, 2011

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. - In a separate 18-hole stroke play event at Indian Spring Country Club (for players who were not in the Match Play semifinals)  Carlos Velez of Miami claimed his second MLGT victory, scoring a four under par 67 on the west course with five birdies and a bogey. He received $525. There were 14 starters.

David Smith finished 2 back with 69 and Gregory Della-Pietra finished 3rd with 71 in his first event as a professional.
 
There was $70 in the skins pot with 10 skins out worth $7 each

#2,#15- Anthony Kuey
#5- Carlos Velez
#7- Hector Zapata
#8,13- Ben Hartman
#9,#18- Andrew Pressentin
#16- ... more

Stern and Collins go down to the last putt on 18 to decide winner
Thursday, August 18, 2011

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Bobby Collins of Palm Beach Gardens took control on the back nine Thursday and won the fifth annual Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour Match Play Championship at Indian Spring Country Club.

Two down at the turn to Mike Stern of Orlando on the par-71 West course, Collins made five birdies on the next six holes for a 1-up victory. They halved the 10th with birdies when Collins made a 20 footer moments after Stern missed an eagle putt. Then Collins won the 11th, 13 and 14th with birdies, they halved the 15th with birdies and the last three holes with pars. “The 10th hole was a real turning point,” Collins told tournament director Jimmy Jones after t... more

Danny Renfro's 66 earns him 2nd place and the 3rd seed
Tuesday, August 16, 2011

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. - Mike Stern of Orlando won the Match Play Shootout on Tuesday by shooting 64 on the west course at Indian Spring.  Of the 24 players in the Match Play Qualifier, Stern and 15 other players participated in a optional $100 per player shootout during the qualifying round.

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Coleman won on Tuesday and Wednesday
Friday, August 12, 2011

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Ben Hartman eagled the last hole Friday and denied Will Coleman his third straight victory and a $1,000 bonus on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

Hartman, of West Palm Beach, finished birdie-eagle at the par-4 17th and par-5 18th holes on the Estate course at PGA National for 67. Coleman, of Kensington, Md., playing in the same group with Hartman, was birdie-birdie on the last two holes for 68.

Coleman won twice earlier this week, on the first playoff Tuesday at Ironhorse in West Palm Beach, and by a stroke Wednesday at Jacaranda in Plantation. Any MLGT player who wins three times in two weeks receives $1,000 above the regular prize money... more

Brian Friederichs and Mike Stern finish one back with 69
Wednesday, August 10, 2011

PLANTATION, Fla. – Will Coleman of Kensington, Md., without a victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour for nine months, won for the second day in a row Wednesday, scoring a four under par 68 on the West course at Jacaranda Golf Club.

Returning to the course after a 30-minute delay because of rain, Coleman finished with three consecutive pars to win by one shot. He scored five birdies and a bogey earlier in the round. Brian Friederichs of Boca Raton and Mike Stern of Orlando had posted 69s before play was suspended and tied for second among 22 players.

Coleman won his first MLGT title Tuesday at Ironhorse Country Club in West Palm Beach, beating David Smith of Rus... more

Both players shot 69, five players tied for third at 70
Tuesday, August 09, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Will Coleman of Kensington, Md., who has played regularly on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour since last November, earned his first victory Tuesday by sinking a 35-foot birdie putt on the first hole of a playoff at Ironhorse Country Club.

Coleman outlasted David Smith of Ruston, La., after they had tied at two under par 69. After Coleman sank his birdie putt at the par-4 first hole, Smith missed his from about 18 feet. Each had birdied the par-5 18th hole in regulation. Smith also birdied the par-4 17th. Overall, Coleman had four birdies and two bogeys, Smith four birdies and a double bogey.

The MLGT’s 82nd tournament of the year drew o... more

Jimmy Lytle Captures Q-School Contest 5
Thursday, August 04, 2011

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – Brett Bergeron of LaPlace, La., sank a four-foot putt for par on the sixth extra hole Thursday for his 22nd victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. He outlasted Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach after they tied at four under par 67 at North Palm Beach Country Club. Moments earlier at the par-3 15th hole, LeBrun had missed a five footer for par. Both had missed the green off the tee.

They had halved the 10th, 11th, 12th and 14th holes with par-4s. At the par-3 13th, Bergeron stayed alive by holing a shot from off the green for birdie moments after LeBrun’s eagle putt slid past the hole.

Scott Marino of Tequesta also shot 67 but misse... more

Jacob Korb's birdies on 17 and 18 not quite enough to hold off Johnson
Wednesday, August 03, 2011

PALM CITY, Fla. – David Johnson of Palm Bay edged Jacob Korb of Newtown Square, Pa., by 66-67 in the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour event Wednesday at The Evergreen Club.

After each made three birdies on the front nine, Johnson, 24, and Korb, 31, were still tied after 15 holes. Then Johnson finished birdie-eagle-par on the last three holes while Korb closed par-birdie-birdie. It was Johnson’s third MLGT win. He earned $600 from the $2,570 purse. Korb, who received $450, has eight MLGT titles.

Korb, who was playing with Q-School Contest leader Jimmy Lytle, needed a little more help from Lytle who finished in a tie for third place with Mike Stern. Both Korb and St... more

Jimmy Lytle increases Q-School Contest Lead with 2 events left
Tuesday, August 02, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Terry Burke of Bethesda, Md., birdied the first playoff hole Tuesday at President Country Club to edge Derrick Bohannon of Jensen Beach for his third victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

After they tied at eight under par 63 on the Eagle course, Burke two-putted from 50 feet near the front of the green at the par-5 first hole. Bohannon had made it easy after hitting his first shot of the playoff into the water.

Each player made nine birdies and a bogey. Burke, at 51 nearly twice Bohannon’s 26 years, birdied his first three holes, Bohannon the first four. Burke finished with birdies at 15, 16 and 17, while Bohannon was birdie-bog... more

Lytle leads Q-School Contest 5 going into final week
Friday, July 29, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Alan Wagner of Miami eagled the first and third holes of the final round Friday to win his first start on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. Five strokes behind after an opening round of par-71 on the North course at Fountains Country Club, Wagner rallied for 63-134 to win by two strokes.

Wagner’s card on Thursday showed a triple bogey at the par-4 fourth hole, bogeys at 10 and 18, birdies at 1, 8 and 15 and an eagle at the par-5 11th. Then in the second round he added six birdies and two bogeys after his fast start. Wagner earned $1,780 from the $8,700 purse.

Jimmy Lytle shot a pair of 68's to grab solo second place and the Q-School Con... more

His 277 total for the week was 5-under par
Friday, July 29, 2011

The MLGT also conducted a separate 72-hole competition based on two 36-hole events, Monday and Tuesday on the East course at Indian Spring Country Club, Boynton Beach, and the two rounds at Fountains. The winner was Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach on three 70s and a 67 Friday for 277. He received $600 from the $1,400 pot.

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13 players within $1600 of lead with 5 playing days left in Q-School Contest 5
Tuesday, July 26, 2011

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Jacob Korb of Jupiter and Newtown, Pa., made his first round lead hold up Tuesday as he won for the eighth time on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour, the third time this year.

The only player to break 70 the first round, Korb posted 69-68—137 to win by one stroke on the East course at Indian Spring Country Club. He made only one bogey in 36 holes, at the par-4 fifth hole Monday, and scored four birdies each day, earning $1,720 from the $8,265 purse.

Mike Stern of Orlando, looking for his first MLGT victory, was second among 29 starters at 70-68—138, receiving $1,200. He had 12 birdies for the distance and three bogeys each day.

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Adam Adams 2nd with 67, Playing in US Senior Open next week
Thursday, July 21, 2011

PLANTATION, Fla. – Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach birdied the last four holes Thursday after a two-hour delay because of rain and lightning at Jacaranda Golf Club to earn his career record 32nd victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

Playing in the final group of the 42-player field, LeBrun was on the 14th green of the East course when play was suspended. When he resumed, LeBrun made the putt for par-5, then birdied in for six under 65. He made four birdies and two bogeys earlier in the day and received $875 from the $5,050 purse.

Adam Adams of Coconut Creek was the leader in the clubhouse when play was interrupted. He had finished earlier with 67 on seven bir... more

Bobby Collins ties for second with Sal Spallone
Wednesday, July 20, 2011

PALM CITY, Fla. – Matthew Myskowski eagled the first hole and birdied the last two Wednesday at The Evergreen Club enroute to winning for the first time on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

Myskowski, 21, of Palm City, finished with a seven under par 65 to win by four strokes, adding birdies at Nos. 5, 6, 13 and 15 and a bogey at the par-5 11th hole. It was his 26th MLGT start since Jan, 2009. He earned $650 from the $2,906 yards.

Sal Spallone Vero Beach tied for second place with Bobby Collins of Palm Beach Gardens. Collins now trails Q-School Contest Leader Jimmy Lytle by $231.50.

There was $160 in the skins pot with 3 skins out worth $53.34 each.
#4 - Sal S... more
Four Players tied for third with 70
Monday, July 18, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge birdied the first extra hole Monday to earn his 29th career title on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. After he tied at four under par 68 with Devin Kay of Boca Raton and Potomac, Md., at Jupiter Country Club, Lytle made a four footer for the win moments after Kay two-putted for par from 30 feet.

In regulation, Lytle made seven birdies and three bogeys while Kay had six and two, respectively. Lytle received $700 from the $3,517 purse. Kay, second among 29 players, collected $500. It was Lytle’s fifth win this year while Kay is still looking for his first all-time on the MLGT.

The MLGT has two more tournaments this wee... more

$5 separates top 3 players in final 2011 Q-School contest
Thursday, July 14, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens and Mount Laurel, N.J., won for the fifth time on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour with par on the first playoff hole Thursday at Ironhorse Country Club.

Soero outlasted Brenton Flynn of Nashville, Tenn., and Mike Stern of Orlando after they tied at three under par 68.  Stern eagled the 18th hole to get into the playoff, before he and Flynn both two-putted for bogey at the par-4 first hole on the course playing about 6,750 yards, and tied for second among 32 starters.

In regulation, Soero and Flynn each made four birdies and a bogey. Stern had double bogey at the par-3 12th hole, eagled t... more

Thursday, July 14, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. –  In a separate senior competition, Chris Peddicord of Palm City was low with 71, scoring two bogeys on the front and a pair of birdies on the back. He was awarded $350 for winning the four-player senior flight, another $110 in tieing for 10th overall on Thursday at Ironhorse Country Club.

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Ben Hartman, Jacob Korb, and Pierre-Henri Soero shoot 66 and tie for second, two shots behind Browne
Tuesday, July 12, 2011

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Olin Browne Jr. of Tequesta scored his first victory as a professional golfer Tuesday with an eight under par 64 in a Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour event on the Estate course at PGA National.

Browne made a double eagle, an eagle, four birdies and a bogey. He holed a 4-iron second shot at the short, par-5 fifth hole, eagled the par-5 18th, birdied Nos. 4, 7, 15 and 17 and bogeyed the par-4 second hole.  It was the third double eagle in MLGT history.  Roy Wegerle made one on this hole back on February 17, 2006 and Steve LeBrun double eagled the 17th hole at Abacoa Golf Club on July 29th, 2008 during the second round of a ... more

Flynn and Turpen shot 68, Jimmy Lytle was third with 69
Monday, July 11, 2011

WELLINGTON, Fla. – Tim Turpen of West Palm Beach birdied the first extra hole for the victory Monday at The Wanderers Club as the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour resumed after a two-week summer break.

Turpen, 36, and Brenton Flynn, 27, of Nashville, Tenn., had tied at four under par 68, each with six birdies and two bogeys. In the playoff which began at the par-4 first hole, Turpen sank a 12-foot birdie putt from below the hole moments after Floyd two-putted for par from 40 feet.

It was Turpen’s 16th victory since he joined the MLGT in July, 2006, his first since August, 2010. He earned $810 from the $4,305, raising his career earnings to $66,497.50. Flynn had ma... more

David Johnson wins Q-School Contest 4
Friday, June 24, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Andrew Pressentin of Palmetto Bay, Fla., and Green Bay, Wis., scored his first victory as a professional golfer Friday, shooting a seven under par 64 to win a Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour event on the West course at Fountains Country Club.

Pressentin, 23, birdied the first four holes and five of the first six, turned in 30, then added birdies at the 12th and 15th holes to win by three strokes. He did not make a bogey and earned $825 from the $4,490 purse. Pressentin had made one previous start on the MLGT, on July 31, 2006, at Miami Shores Country Club.

Bobby Bode of Fort Lauderdale was second among 37 starters with 67, carding two birdies on each... more

Peddicord birdied both playoff holes to earn victory
Friday, June 24, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Chris Peddicord of Palm City won a the separate senior division event on the West course at Fountains Country Club, edging Adam Adams of Coconut Creek with birdie-3 from five feet at the second playoff hole after they had tied at 69. Both players birdied the first extra hole.

2011 Senior Q-School Contest
Between January and September 2011 we are having a 10 event contest where the leading money winner from those events gets their 2011 Champions Tour Q-School Entry paid for by the Fuzion MLGT.

The winner must be eligible for 2011 Champions Tour Q-School and the check will be paid directly to the PGA Tour.

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Sal Spallone is second and moves into 2nd place in Q-School Contest 4
Wednesday, June 22, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Brandon Smith played 36 holes without making a bogey as he earned his ninth victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour on Wednesday at Ironhorse Country Club.

Smith, 29, of West Palm Beach, shot 63-66-129 with eight birdies the first round and five the second to win by three strokes. He birdied the same four holes both days, the par-4 second, par-3 11th, par-5 14th and par-4 17th, and scored 29-32 on the back nine.

Smith began playing on the MLGT as an amateur in October, 2006, winning twice before turning pro in January, 2010. Coincidentally, his most recent victory prior to this week was also at Ironhorse, on May 19. He earned $1,525 from ... more

With a 2-Day event and a 1-Day event left in the contest, 10 players still have a chance to win
Friday, June 17, 2011

STUART, Fla. – David Johnson of Palm Bay, beaten in a playoff two days earlier, came back Friday to earn his second victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. Johnson birdied three straight holes on the front nine enroute to a six under par 66 at the Champions Club at Summerfield.

Johnson earned $680 from the $2,928 purse and added to his lead in Q-School Contest Four, May 31-June 24. He moved $864 ahead of Matt Springer of Stuart for that period in which the leading money winner will have his entry fee paid into PGA Tour qualifying later this year.

In addition to birdies at the fourth, fifth and sixth holes, Johnson also birdied 8, 13 and 14. The fourth, eighth a... more

Johnson now leads Q-School Contest 4
Wednesday, June 15, 2011

PALM CITY, Fla. – Matt Springer birdied the fifth playoff hole Wednesday to outlast David Johnson and win a Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour event at The Evergreen Club.

After they tied at seven under par 137, Springer, of Gary, Ind., and Stuart, and Johnson, of Palm Bay, halved the 11th 12th, 13th and 14th holes with pars of 5-4-3-4. Then at the par-4 15th, Springer made an eight-foot birdie putt for the win moments after Johnson missed a 15 footer.

In regulation, each shot 70-67. Springer made five birdies each day and three bogeys Tuesday. Johnson had nine birdies total and a bogey each round. Each had scored one other MLGT victory, both last year, Springer on Dec. 8... more

Hicks lead the 2008 US Open at Torrey Pines
Monday, June 13, 2011

Congressional Country Club, Bethesda, Md. - Six Players with MLGT experience will play this week in the 2011 US Open at Congressional Country Club. Justin Hicks, Michael Tobiason, Marc Turnesa, Brad Adamonis, Sam Saunders, and Chris Wilson all qualified for the second major championship of 2011.

Marc Turnesa has won on the Nationwide Tour, PGA Tour and The Fuzion MLGT back in October 2006 at Abacoa Golf Club in Jupiter where he beat Justin Hicks by 2 shots.

Justin Hicks, a 2011 PGA Tour memeber who has won 2 Nationwide Tour events and 20+ events on the MLGT, lead the 2008 US Open at Torrey Pines after the fi... more

Mason gets into playoff in first Champions Tour event of 2011
Sunday, June 12, 2011

Conover, N.C. - Mark Wiebe parred the third playoff hole and won the Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn on Sunday when James Mason missed a four-foot par putt after making a run at his birdie putt. In his post round interview Mason said "I got a little bit too aggressive with that putter because I figured he was going to make his, and I felt if I could ram that one in, then I'll go home the other way. But I didn't hit a good second putt and he got the win."

For the 60-year-old Mason, it was heartbreak finish to what was nearly a career-changing week. Mason, whose last win came in 2002, was playing in his first Champions Tour event of the year. He had lost his playing privileges ... more

Armour moves into 10th place on Nationwide Tour Money List
Sunday, June 12, 2011

Three time MLGT winner Ryan Armour has had a good 11 days.  He finished T2 last week in the Nationwide Tour's Melwood Prince George's County Open (won by Steve Wheatcroft who has played on the MLGT) and ended up in a tie for 5th today in The Rex Hospital Open.

The $72,875 vaulted him into 10th place on 2011 Nationwide Tour Money List, where the top 25 at the end of the year get a 2012 PGA Tour card. In April and May, Armour won and had two second place finishes on The Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour.

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Playoff goes six holes before McLean wins with birdie
Thursday, June 09, 2011

MIAMI, Fla. – Jon McLean of Weston birdied the sixth extra hole Thursday at Miccosukee Golf Club to earn his third victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

McLean tied at one under par 70 with three other players on the Marlin and Dolphin nines. Host professional Carlos Velez and Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach were eliminated with par-4s on the first extra hole, No. 13.

Then Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge pushed McLean as they halved the next four holes: par-4s at the 18th, par-5s at the 10th, par-3s the 11th and par-4s at the 12th. Returning to the 10th, McLean chipped to three feet from short of the green and made the birdie putt moments after Lytle parred the h... more

David Johnson solo second with 4-under par 68
Wednesday, June 08, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Derrick Bohannon of Shelbyville, Ky., fired a six under par 66 Wednesday at Abacoa Golf Club to earn his 16th victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. Bohannon made only one bogey, at the par-3 13th hole, and birdied Nos. 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, 16 and 17. The sixth and 17th holes are par-5s. The other birdies were on par-4s.

Bohannon, 27, received $850 from the $4,343 purse, raising his career earnings to $68,124 since he joined the MLGT in May, 2006. His most recent MLGT win was on March 9 at Binks Forest GC in Wellington.

David Johnson of Palm Bay was second among 36 players in the MLGT’s 63rd tournament of the year. He scored 68 on an eagle, fo... more

Q-School Contest 4 has 4 players within $239 after 4 events
Monday, June 06, 2011

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Alejandro Garmendia of Weston played a bogey-free round Monday to earn his first victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. Garmendia had an eagle at the par-5 seventh hole and made two birdies on each nine of the East course at Indian Spring Country Club for a six under par 66, winning by two strokes over a field of 24 players. His birdies were at Nos. 1, 6, 10 and 13.

Garmendia, 18, received $650 from the $2,928 purse, raising his career earnings to $4,167.26 since he started on the MLGT Aug. 10, 2010. His previous best finish in 20 starts was a tie for second May 25 at the Evergreen Club in Palm City.

Q-School contest 4 leader Ben Hartm... more

Jim Fitzpatrick finished one back with 68, 5 players tied for fourth with 69
Friday, June 03, 2011

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Ben Hartman of West Palm Beach birdied the first playoff hole to edge Sal Spallone of Vero Beach to earn the victory Friday on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

After they tied at five under par 67 on the Estate course at PGA National, Hartman sank a nine footer at the par-4 first hole for the win. Spallone, bidding for his sixth MLGT title, two-putted from 25 feet. It was Hartman’s second MLGT victory, his first coming on May 2 at The Falls Country Club in Lake Worth.

In regulation, Hartman had eight birdies and three bogeys, while Spallone made an eagle, five birdies and a double bogey. Hartman earned $850, Spallone $580, from the ... more

Forest laid up on all the par 5 en route to 2nd MLGT Victory
Thursday, June 02, 2011

WELLINGTON, Fla. –Greg Forest of Stuart fired a four under par 68 Thursday to earn his second title on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. Forest made five birdies (Nos. 1, 5, 8, 16 and 17) and bogeyed the sixth hole to win by four strokes at Binks Forest Golf Club. He earned $750 from the $4,003 purse. His first MLGT victory was on May 25, 2010 at Abacoa Golf Club in Jupiter.

Robert McKnight tied for second place with Bobby Collins at even par 72 followed by Sal Spallone and Alejandro Garmendia at 73.

There was $200 in the skins pot with 4 skins out worth $50 each.
#5 - Tim Turpen
#10 - Mike Caporale
#13 - John Van Wart
#14 - A.J. Gerlach

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Terry Burke finishes two back with 68
Tuesday, May 31, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens earned his fourth victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour on Wednesday with a six under par 66 at the Jupiter Country Club. Soero birdied the first two holes and finished with seven birdies and one bogey. He earned $850 from the $4,731 purse.

Soero now leads the fourth of five 2011 Fuzion-MLGT Q-School Contests. Last summer he also won the first event of a Q-school contest by shooting 61 at The Fountains Country Club.

Terry Burke of Bethesda, Md., was second among 39 starters with 68 on five birdies and one bogey. He received $580.

David Johnson from Palm Bay shot 33-36 to finish solo third, earnin... more

Congratulations and Good Luck!
Sunday, May 29, 2011

1. Derrick Bohannon

2. Colin Amaral

3. Brad Tilley

4. Dan Olsen

5. Brian Lamberti

6. Chris Damiano

7. John Stoltz

8. Parker LaBarge

9. Dan McCarthy

10. Curtis Thompson (a)

11. Pierre Henri-Soero

12. Justin Goodhue

13. Michael Welch

14. Justin McCarraher

15. Hamilton Wheeler

16. Scott Berliner

17. Chris DeJohn

18. Will Coleman

19. Brett Stegmaier

20. Steve LeBrun

21. Eric Beringer

22. Michael Tobiason

23. Billy Stewart

24. Chad Wilfon

25. James Renner

26. Bobby Gage

27. Shawn Matthe... more

Ryan Armour is 2nd with 65, Sal Spallone and Ben Silverman tie for third at 6-under par
Thursday, May 26, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Jacob Korb of Newtown, Pa., fired an eight under par 64 on the South course at Fountains Country Club to earn the victory Thursday on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. It was his eighth MLGT title, his first since March 17 when he won on the same course with a 66. He eagled the par-5 12th hole and also made seven birdies and a bogey, earning $750 from the $3,760 purse.

Ryan Armour of Jupiter was second among 31 starters, a stroke back at 65. He also eagled the 12th hole and added six birdies and a bogey. He received $525

Benjamin Silverman from Delray Beach and Sal Spallone of Vero Beach tied for third place at 6-under par 66 followed by Dion Gons... more

2 wins this week puts LeBrun in position to earn $1,000 Fuzion Battlefield Bonus
Wednesday, May 25, 2011

PALM CITY, Fla. – For the second time this week, Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach birdied the first three holes and went on to earn victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.  LeBrun finished with a five under par 67 Wednesday on six birdies and a bogey at The Evergreen Club, his career record 31st MLGT title.  The 67 is the lowest round shot at The Evergreen Club since it was re-done.   He also won on Monday at Jacaranda Golf Club in Plantation after starting with three birdies on his way to a bogey-free six under 65.

If LeBrun wins a third time in this 14 day period, he will receive a $1,000 battlefield bonus from Fuzion Golf to be... more

a 6-under par 65 extends LeBrun's record
Monday, May 23, 2011

PLANTATION, Fla. – Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach birdied the first three holes Monday and rolled to his career record 30th victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour, his fourth title this year.

A graduate of John I. Leonard High School and Florida Atlantic University, LeBrun, 33, posted a six under par 65 on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club, adding birdies at Nos. 9, 11 and 18. He received $725 from the $3,960 purse.

Matt Springer of Stuart was second. He shot 34-33—67 to finsh one better than Mike Stern of Orlando. Nicholas Thompson from Coral Springs shot 69 for solo fourth. Thompson also shot 69 yesterday in the final round of the BMW sponsored Na... more

Mike Adamson, Vince Alessi, and Bobby Tracy tie for 3rd with 70
Thursday, May 19, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Brandon Smith earned his eighth victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour on the first playoff hole Thursday at Ironhorse Country Club. After they tied at three under par 69, Smith won when Ryan Garrity couldn’t find his ball after his tee shot at the par-4 ninth hole.

In regulation, Smith eagled the par-5 14th hole and added four birdies and three bogeys. Garrity had six birdies, a bogey and a double bogey and was second among 25 starters. Each player birdied the par-5 18th.

Smith earned $685, Garrity $500, from the $3,125 purse. It raised Smith’s earnings to $20,821.90 since he joined the MLGT in October, 2005. Two of his wins... more

Nick Cupper, Marc Issler, and Jeff Ivall tie for second
Wednesday, May 18, 2011

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Brian Anderson of Rochester, Ill., earned his 15th victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour with a four under par 68 Wednesday on the Champion course at PGA National.

Anderson, 29, eagled the par-5 sixth and 18th holes and matched four birdies (Nos. 3, 4, 9 and 10) against four bogies (2, 8, 13 and 16) on the course which has hosted the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic each March since 2007.

He received $950 from the $5,500 purse, raising his career MLGT earnings to $34,834.46 since Dec. 12, 2005 when he won his first Minor League start. Prior to Wednesday, his most recent victory was last Oct. 18.

Nick Cupper from Hollywood, Flor... more

Mike Adamson 2nd, Ryan Lefevre & Marc Mazza Tie for 3rd
Monday, May 16, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Peter Laws of Toronto, Ontario, earned his third victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour on Monday with a 27-hole score of five under par 76 at the par-3 Jupiter Dunes Golf Club.

Playing the back, front and back nines in that order, Laws shot 25-27-24 with six birdies and one bogey. His birdies were at Nos. 13, 15, 4, 10, 12 and 16 and he bogeyed the sixth hole.

Laws, 29, earned $500 from the $1,625 purse. His two previous MLGT wins were in 2008.

Mike Adamson finished solo second at 3-under par followed by Ryan Lefevre and Marc Mazza at 2-under par. John Van Wart and Jimmy Lytle tied for fifth place at even par.

Angel Monguzzi mad... more

Titm Turpen & David Johson Tie for Second
Friday, May 13, 2011

STUART, Fla. – Bobby Collins of Palm Beach Gardens earned his fourth victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour with a final round of seven under par 65 Friday at the Champions Club at Summerfield. On a 136, he finished five strokes ahead of the field as he posted the lowest score since the course was reopened after being renovated last summer, setting the new course record.

Following an opening round of 71 which trailed the leader by a stroke, Collins birdied five holes on the front nine, Nos. 1, 3, 4, 8 and 9, and the 13th and 15th coming home. He had four birdies and three bogeys Thursday. Collins earned $1,500 from the $5,510 purse.

David Johnson of Palm Bay, t... more

Clint McDermott, Greg O'Mahony and Jimmy Lytle tie for second
Tuesday, May 10, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Richard Terga of Palm Beach Gardens eagled the second hole and birdied the last two Tuesday at Abacoa Golf Club enroute to a six under par 66 and his 19th victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

Between his fast start and strong finish, Terga had birdies at the sixth, ninth and 12th holes and bogeyed the 11th. An instructor at the John Webster Golf School in Palm Beach, he earned $750 from the $4,058 purse, raising his career total to $47,714.

Clint McDermott of Toano, VA tied for second place with Greg O'Mahony of Tequesta and Jimmy Lytle from Ocean Ridge, Florida after shooting 3-under par 69. Robert Mcknight was solo fifth with 70.

Th... more

Brett Bergeron, Bobby Collins, Joe Frustaci & Danny Mijovic tie for 2nd at 3-under par 69
Thursday, May 05, 2011

ATLANTIS, Fla. – Burgess Houston of Wellesley, Mass., scored his first victory as a professional golfer when he won on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour Thursday at Atlantis Country Club. Houston fired a six under par 66 with seven birdies and a bogey, making birdies on the last two holes to win by three strokes.

The 2007 Massachusetts Amateur champion, Houston, 29, received $700 from the $3,065 purse, raising his career MLGT earnings to $976.06. It was his seventh start this year. He also played in one MLGT event 13 months ago (April 12, 2010).

Danny Mijovic of Palm Beach Gardens won a separate seniors division for players 47 and older with 69, tied for second overa... more

Bill Rowland, David Ladd and Chris Peddicord tied for second place at 1-under par 71
Thursday, May 05, 2011

ATLANTIS, Fla. - Danny Mijovic of Palm Beach Gardens won the seniors division for players 47 and older with 69, earning $410 in the fourth of ten events in the 2011 Fuzion MLGT Champions Tour Q-School Contest. The overall money leader of the monthly seniors competitions will have his entry fee paid to Champions Tour qualifying later this year if he is eligible.

Bill Rowland, David Ladd and Chris Peddicord tied for second place at 1-under par 71.

Mijovic, Ladd and Peddicord also played and cashed in the regular division.

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Erik Downs is third with 72 and AJ Gerlock fourth with 73
Tuesday, May 03, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Bobby Tracy of Miami, making his first start on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour, was the winner Tuesday at Bear Lakes Country Club with a bogey-free three under par 69.

Once one of the state’s top junior golfers, Tracy birdied the par-5 third, sixth and 17th holes on the Lakes course to win by a stroke. He earned $900 from the $4,075 purse. During the late-1980s, Tracy won the South Florida PGA, Florida State Golf Association and Doral championships among other junior titles.

Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta was second among 38 starters with 70 on six birdies and four bogeys. On the back nine, O’Mahony bogeyed the 10th and 16th ho... more

Greg Duncan and Kyle Willmann finish 2 back
Monday, May 02, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Ben Hartman of West Palm Beach earned his first victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour with a five under par 67 Monday at The Falls Country Club. Hartman, 28, a former University of Florida golfer, made five birdies in a span of six holes on the front nine, at Nos. 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7. He earned $720 from the $3,276 purse, raising his total earnings to $24,943. Hartman has played on the MLGT since 2006.

Q-School Contest winner Kyle Willmann tied for second place with Greg Duncan of Edinburgh, Scotland at 3-under par 69.

There was $180 in the skins pot with 3 skins out worth $60 each.
#3,#4 - Ben Hartman
#9 - Andy Golden

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Lexi fired a 3rd round 67 to move into a share of the lead
Saturday, April 30, 2011

MOBILE, Ala. - Sixteen year old Alexis Thompson fired a 5-under 67 on Saturday at the Crossings Course at Magnolia Grove in Mobile, Alabama to earn a share of the lead in the AVNET LPGA Classic.

Thompson, a resident of Coral Springs, has the opportunity to become the youngest winner in LPGA Tour history tomorrow. No player under the age of 18 years has ever won on the LPGA Tour.

When not traveling worldwide, Alexis has been keeping her game sharp by competing on The Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour where she has 9 top 10 finishes since October 2010.

Earlier this year Alexis won the TPC February Shootout at TPC Eagle Trace in Coral Springs. After shooting a four under ... more

Dustin Cone & Willmann shoot 72
Friday, April 29, 2011

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Kyle Willmann of Edmond, Okla., won his second Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour tournament of the week, both in playoffs on the first extra hole. Willman edged Dustin Cone of Port St. Lucie with a 12-foot birdie putt at the par-3 17th hole Friday after they tied by matching par-72s at Santa Lucia River Club.

It was the highest winning score on the MLGT since June 2, 2009, when Brett Bergeron of LaPlace, La., won with 73 at the Country Club of Miami in Hialeah.

In regulation, Willmann made four birdies, two bogeys and a double bogey while Cone had five birdies and as many bogeys. Cone birdied the 18th hole to force the playoff. Willmann received $7... more

Nick Latimer & Derek Fathauer tie for 2nd one shot back
Wednesday, April 27, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Eric Cole of Orlando played a bogey-free final round Wednesday at Abacoa Golf Club for a comeback victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. It was Cole’s third MLGT win, all in 36-hole events. The first two were in 2009, at Quail Ridge in August and in the Tour Championship at Abacoa on Dec. 16.

A closing round of 67 for 140 followed Cole’s opening 73 on Tuesday in which he trailed the leaders by six shots. He made four birdies, a bogey and two double bogeys Tuesday, an eagle and three birdies Wednesday. Cole earned $2,000 from the $10,668 purse.

Derek Fathauer of Jenson Beach, FL shot 71 to tie for second at 3-under par with first rou... more

Willman takes $70.36 lead over Scott Hawley with two events remaining in 3rd Q-School Contest of 2011
Monday, April 25, 2011

PLANTATION, Fla. – Kyle Willmann of Edmond, Okla., two-putted from 25 feet for par on the first extra hole Monday to earn his sixth victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

Willmann outlasted Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge after they tied at four under par 67 on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club. In the playoff, Lytle hit his second shot over the green, pitched back and missed par from 10 feet and was denied his record-equaling 29th MLGT title.

In regulation, Willmann made seven birdies and three bogeys, earning $950 from the $4,923 purse. Lytle, second among 42 starters, had five birdies and one bogey. He received $550.

The win puts Willmann in the lea... more

A win Monday will earn McKnight or Hawley The Fuzion Golf Battlefield Bonus
Thursday, April 21, 2011

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Robert McKnight fired a five under par 67 on the Haig course at PGA National on Thursday for his second Minor League Golf Tour victory in 10 days.

A native of Kilmarneck, Scotland, who plays out of Lago Mar Country Club in Broward, McKnight made seven birdies and two bogeys to replicate his win April 12 on the East course at Bonaventure Country Club near Fort Lauderdale. He earned $950 from the $5,591 purse here.

Ryan Armour of Jupiter shot 68 and was second among 48 players, receiving $600. Armour had a little of everything with an eagle, six birdies, two bogeys, a double bogey and eight pars

Kyle Willmann was solo third with ... more

Hawley can earn Fuzion Golf Battlefield Bonus with a win in one of the next three events
Tuesday, April 19, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Scott Hawley of Shrewsbury, Mass., won his second straight Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour event Tuesday, scoring 66-62—128 on the South course at Fountains Country Club.

Hawley, 33, made three birdies on each nine the first day; two eagles, seven birdies and a bogey the second. He equaled the all-time MLGT scoring record for a 36-hole tournament set by Matt Abbott on Oct. 18-19, 2007, at Ocean Breeze Golf Club in Boca Raton.

It was Hawley’s ninth MLGT victory, his fifth this year and second in less than a week. He also won last Friday (April 15) at the Links at Madison Green in Royal Palm Beach. He has earned $2,800 in the past five days... more

Zac Oakely & Greg Forest tie for second at 6-under par 66
Friday, April 15, 2011

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Scott Hawley of Shrewsbury, Mass., overcame an unusual bogey on the first hole Friday, rallying for an eight under par 64 to win a Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour event at the Links at Madison Green.

Believing he had hit his first shot of the day into the water, after a brief search Hawley took his penalty drop and hit his next shot to the green. But while walking toward the green he found his original ball. By rule, Hawley was obliged to play the second ball and bogeyed the hole.

Hawley responded by making birdies on nine of the next 16 holes, at Nos. 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 12, 14, 16 and 17. It was Hawley’s eighth MLGT victory, his fourth this ... more

Hernan Borja & Dustin Cone tie for fourth with 68
Tuesday, April 12, 2011

FORT LAUDERDALE. Fla. – Robert McKnight out of nearby Lago Mar Country Club eagled the 10th hole to go with two birdies on each nine Tuesday enroute to a six under par 66 to earn his second victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

His second shot with a 4-iron on the par-5 tenth hole hit low on the flagstick, leaving McKnight within tap-in range for the eagle at the start of the back nine on the East course at Bonaventure Country Club.

He made birdies at the par-5 first, seventh and 16th holes and at the par-4 14th. McKnight, 23, a native of Kilmarneck, Scotland, received $820 from the $4,403 purse, raising his career MLGT earnings to $8,686. He has played on th... more

Kyle Willmann shoots 65 for second place, Leads Q-School Contest
Monday, April 11, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Juan Aller of Miramar hit all 18 greens in regulation Monday, birdied half of them and won for the first time on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour at Abacoa Golf Club.

Aller, 30, an MLGT regular since July, 2007, made birdies at Nos. 2, 5, 7 and 9 on the front, then 10, 11, 15, 16 and 18 coming back to shoot 63 and win by two strokes. He received $950 from the $5,710 purse, raising his career earnings to $7,943.

Kyle Willmann of Palm City was second with 65 on eight birdies and a bogey. The solo second place finishe moved Willmann into first place in the 3rd 2011 Q-School Contest after four events.

Andy Golden of Davie fired a 6-under par 66 t... more

Benjamin Silverman, Kris Rudy, Tim Turpen, and Tom Carter tied for third
Thursday, April 07, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Jim Fitzpatrick of Stratford, Conn., birdied the third playoff hole Thursday to outlast Greg Forest of Stuart and win for the seventh time on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

After they tied at four under par 67 on the West course at Fountains Country Club, Fitzpatrick and Forest matched par-4s twice on the 18th hole. Then Fitzpatrick birdied the par-5 first hole moments after Forest had a two-putt par.

In regulation, each player had five birdies and a bogey. It was Fitzpatrick’s second MLGT title this year. He received $1,000 from the $7,373 purse. Forest’s lone victory was last May 25 at Abacoa Golf Club. He earned $700 here.

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Tom Carter, Dustin Cone, & Jimmy Hazen tie for 2nd with 69
Tuesday, April 05, 2011

WELLINGTON, Fla. – Vaughn Snyder of Massillon, Ohio, fired a six under par 66 Tuesday at Binks Forest for his seventh victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour, his second this year. Snyder, 23, made seven birdies and a bogey and earned $800 from the $3,693 purse, raising his career earnings to $17,093.87 since he joined the MLGT in January, 2010.

Tom Carter, Dustin Cone, and Jimmy Hazen tied for 2nd place with 3-under par 69.

The tour’s 37th tournament this year, and 708th since beginning in August, 2004, drew 31 players. Next on the schedule: Thursday on the West course at Fountains CC, Lake Worth.

There was $170 in the skins pot with 3 ... more

Q-School Contest 3 Kicked off Today, runs through April 29
Monday, April 04, 2011

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Ryan Armour of Jupiter sank a 15-foot birdie putt on the first extra hole to beat Danny Sahl of Palm Beach Gardens in a Fusion-Minor League Golf Tour event Monday at the Santa Lucia River Club. They had tied at three under par 69, Armour on six birdies and three bogeys, Sahl with five birdies and two bogeys.

It was Armour’s third MLGT victory, the first two coming in November, 2009. He earned $950 from the $4,760 purse. Sahl, runnerup among 40 starters, received $550. He is still looking for his first win on the MLGT Tour.

The next five spots had no ties. The unusual separation in the results occured due to the combination of strong, gust... more

Sandro Piaget eagles 18 to shoot 69
Thursday, March 31, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Benjamin Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario, earned his first victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour with a three under par 68 Thursday on the Eagle course at President Country Club.

Making his 22nd start since last September, Silverman, 23, a seasonal resident of Delray Beach, birdied his first two holes and held on to win by a stroke over Sandro Piaget of Jupiter.

Piaget, who played in the first group, made eagle at the 18th hole to post an early 3-under par 69. Overall, Silverman made four birdies and a bogey. Piaget had three birdies, a bogey and a double bogey prior to the climactic eagle.

Brett Bergeron of LaPlace, La. fin... more

Frank Dully and Jerry Tucker shoot 67
Tuesday, March 29, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge made four birdies on each nine Tuesday enroute to an eight under par 64 and his 28th victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour at Abacoa Golf Club.

Lytle’s four birdies on the front were made consecutively starting at the second hole. He also birdied Nos. 11, 14, 15 and 17 on the inward side and won by two strokes, earning $950 from the $5,116 purse.

Finishing second at 6-under par 66 was 2009 Q-School Contest 2 Winner/Nationwide Tour Player Justin Peters followed by Frank Dully and Jerry Tucker at 67. 

There was $270 in the skins pot with 3 skins out worth $90 each.
#7 - Frank Dully
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Hector Zapata finished second, Contest Leader Ken Martin 3rd
Tuesday, March 29, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. - Jerry Tucker, 61 of Stuart, shot a bogey-free 67 with five birdies to win $350 and the second of ten events in the 2011 Fuzion MLGT Champions Tour Q-School Contest.

Hector Zapata shot 72 to finish second followed by Event 1 winner Ken Martin (77), who leads the contest by $150 over Jerry Tucker and Warren Jurkowitz. JC Woody was fourth.

Tucker, Zapata, and Martin also competed in the regular division where Tucker earned an additonal $437.50 and Zapata $73.29 for their efforts.

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Oakley, Alexandre Ouellette and Alexis Thompson tied at 4-under par 68
Friday, March 25, 2011

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Zac Oakley of Palm City birdied the third playoff hole from three feet Friday at the Links at Madison Green to earn his fourth victory on the Minor League Golf Tour, his first this year.

After they tied at four under par 68, Oakley outlasted Alexis Thompson, the teenage sensation from Coral Springs who parred all three playoff holes, and Canadian Alexandre Ouellette, who bogeyed the first extra hole, missing par from four feet. Since 2008 the ladies on the MLGT play from 94% of the yardage played by the men.

In regulation, Oakley opened with 11 pars, then birdied four of the last seven; Thompson had five birdies and a bogey; and Ouellette mad... more

Scott Ford, Louis-Pierre Godin, & Ben Silverman tie for second
Thursday, March 24, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Chris DeJohn of Boca Raton made five consecutive birdies midway through the round Thursday, finished with a seven under par 65 and won on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour for the first time. Playing the South course at Fountains Country Club, DeJohn birdied the fifth hole early, the 15th hole late and in between he made five straight starting at the eighth hole.

It’s the second day in a row that the winner earned his first MLGT victory, following Nick Bova’s triumph Wednesday at Jacaranda Golf Club in Plantation. DeJohn, 23, received $1,000 from the $6,408 purse, raising his career total to $2,787.26 in 11 starts since Oct. 25.

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Dustin Cone and Ben Siverman tie for second
Wednesday, March 23, 2011

PLANTATION, Fla. – Nick Bova of Bloomington, Ill., fired a closing round of four under par 67 Wednesday at Jacaranda Golf Club enroute to his first victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

After matching par-71 on the East course Tuesday on an eagle, two birdies and four bogeys, Bova, 25, had five birdies and a bogey on the first 11 holes the second round, then parred in to win by a stroke at 138. It was Bova’s 14th MLGT start, his 12th in the last two months. He earned $2,000 from the $12,808 purse.

Dustin Cone of Bennington, VT shot (71-68) to finish tied for second place with Benjamin Silverman (73-66) of Thornhill, Ontario at 139. Silverman's final rou... more

Six Players tie for fourth at 4-under par 68
Thursday, March 17, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Jacob Korb of Jupiter and Newtown, Pa., made four consecutive birdies on the inward nine Thursday and pulled out the victory in the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour tournament on the South course at Fountains Country Club.

After making the turn in 34 with three birdies and a bogey, Korb birdied 12, 13, 14 and 15 for a six under par 66 and won by a stroke. It was his seventh career MLGT title, his first since Nov. 1, 2010. He earned $1,000 from the $7,237 purse.

Zac Oakley and Justin Peters tied for second place at 5-under par 67 followed by 6 players who tied for fourth. Ben Hartman, Amateur Dylan Healey, Matt Hungerman, Q-School Contest 2 Leader Derr... more

Scott Ford and Matt Springer tie for second place at 142
Monday, March 14, 2011

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens birdied the final hole Tuesday to earn his third victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour, his first since last July. Soero scored 70-71—141 at the Santa Lucia River Club, winning by one stroke. Overall, he made nine birdies and six bogeys, earning $2,050 from the $13,200 purse.

At 142 and tied for second among 48 starters were Scott Ford of Palm Beach Gardens (70-72) and Matt Springer of Stuart (69-73), one of the first round leaders.

2011 Q-School Contest 2 Leader Derrick Bohannon tied for fourth with Chris Damiano, Kirk Hanefeld, and Tim Turpen. With 5 events left in the Q-School Contes... more

Taylor birdied first extra hole to win
Friday, March 11, 2011

TAMARAC, Fla. – Ben Taylor, an amateur from London, England, making his first start on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour, birdied the first playoff hole to claim the title Friday at Woodmont Country Club.

Taylor outlasted Alexis Thompson of nearby Coral Springs after they tied at three under par 69 on the Cypress course. He had bogeyed his final hole, the par-3 ninth, but in the playoff he birdied the par-5 10th from 10 feet. Moments later Thompson two-putted for par, missing her birdie from nine feet.

In regulation, Taylor made five birdies and two bogeys, Thompson four birdies and one bogey. She earned her first MLGT victory Feb.21 at TPC Eagle Trace in Coral Sprin... more

Eight of the 13 have won on the Fuzion MLGT
Friday, March 11, 2011

TAMPA, Fla. - Greg O'Mahony is in position to do it again. A couple of weeks ago O'Mahony made it through Pre-Qualifying for the PGA TOUR Honda Classic, then shot 67 in the Monday qualifier to get into the event.  On Thursday O'Mahony shot 71 to join 12 other Fuzion MLGT players in the Monday qualifier for the 2011 PGA TOUR Transitions Championship.

There were two separte Pre Qualifiers, both at Fox Hollow Golf Club in Trinity, Florida.

On Tuesday 2011 Q-School Contest 1 winner Steve LeBrun, Jim Fitzpatrick of Palm Beach Gardens, Samuel Osborne from Palmetto, Florida, Matt Hill of Ontario, Canada and Eric Barlow of Po... more

Windy conditions make for tough scoring in Wellington
Wednesday, March 09, 2011

WELLINGTON, Fla. – Derrick Bohannon fired a four under par 68 Wednesday at Binks Forest Golf Club to earn his 15th victory on the Minor League Golf Tour. Bohannon, of Jensen Beach and Shelbyville, Ky., made five birdies and a bogey to win for the first time since back-to-back titles last Aug. 10 and Aug. 11 at Fountains CC and the Links @ Madison Green, respectively.

Four players tied for second at 2-under par 70, Ben Hartman of Palm Beach Gardens, Devin Kay from Potomac, MD Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach (who was in a playoff Monday) and Rick Price who won the 2008 Nationwide Tour Players Cup and qualified for the 2009 PGA Tour by finishing 12th on the 2008 Nationwide Tour... more

Sal Spallone & Jason Hrynkiw (PGA TOUR), Robin Byrd & P.H. Horgan (Champions Tour)
Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Río Grande, Puerto Rico - Sal Spallone shot a 2-under par 70 at the Bahia Beach Resort & Golf Club Monday to grab one of the four spots available for the PGA TOUR 2011 Puerto Rico Open. Spallone a Nationwide Tour player from Vero Beach, Florida, won the Fuzion MLGT 2-Day Major at Abaco on February 23rd. Since 2009 he has earned over $23,000 on the MLGT. Jason Hrynkiw, a PGA Member, qualified at The Dye Preserve on Tuesday, February 22, by shooting a 3-under par 69.

P.H. Horgan and Robin Byrd qualified for the Champions Tour Toshiba Classic Monday at Goose Creek Golf Club in Mira Loma. Byrd of Austin, Texas finished as the top qualifier after he shot six-under-par 65 and... more

Stoltz birdies the par-5 sixth hole from six feet to win playoff
Monday, March 07, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – John Stoltz of Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., birdied the sixth extra hole Monday at Abacoa Golf Club to earn his third Minor League Golf Tour title. Stoltz and Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach had tied at four under par 68. They halved the first four holes with pars and the fifth with bogey-5s, the only bogeys either one made all day.

At the par-5 sixth hole, Stoltz sank a six footer from behind the hole for the victory. Moments earlier, LeBrun two-putted for par from 15 feet. Stoltz birdied Nos. 2, 8, 9 and 11. LeBrun’s birdies were at 4, 11, 12 and 17. Stoltz earned $1,000 from the $8,364 purse. LeBrun, who holds the MLGT career record with 29 wins, received $7... more

Chris Damiano and Kirk Hanefeld tie for second at -3 under par 69
Friday, March 04, 2011

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge fired a four under par 68 at the Links at Madison Green Friday to earn his 27th victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour, his third this year. Lytle eagled the par-5 14th hole to go with five birdies and three bogeys. He received $975 from the $6,672 purse, boosting his career earnings to $88,952, which leads the MLGT.

Chris Damiano tied for second place with Champions Tour Player Kirk Hanefeld at 3-under par 69.  Five players tied for fouth at 1-under par 71.

There was $300 in the skins pot with 3 skins out worth $100 each
#5 - Chris Damiano
#11 - Jordan Holley (Eagle)
#14 - A.J. Gerlach ... more

Derrick Bohannan shoots 69 to finish 2nd, Jimmy Hazen solo third
Wednesday, March 02, 2011

STUART, Fla. – Kevin Foley of Somerville, N.J., made up two strokes on the last hole Wednesday at Champions Club and won his first start on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

Foley birdied the par-5 18th hole for 68, earning $1,000 from the $7,393 purse. About an hour and a half earlier, Derrick Bohannon of nearby Jensen Beach bogeyed 18 for 69 and finished second among 62 starters. He received $700.

Earlier, Foley birdied Nos. 5, 8, 10 and 12. He bogeyed the ninth hole. Bohannon birdied 1, 5, 6, 10, 12 and 15 and bogeyed 2, 4 and 18.

Jimmy Hazen of Miller Place, NY finshed in solo third place at 2-under par 70.

There was $340 in the skins pot with... more

Greg O'Mahony shoots 67 Monday at Mayacoo Lakes to get 1 of 4 spots
Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta fired a 4-under par 32 on the back nine Monday to shoot 66 and qualify for The PGA Tour Honda Classic.

O'Mahony, who tends to rise to the occasion in big events, won the 54 hole 2010 MLGT Sunshine State Classic by 3 shots and is the current Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour Champion, winning the 36 hole 2010 Tour Championship at Abacoa in December by four shots.

O'Mahony will be playing in the event with five other players that have won on the Minor League Golf Tour, 2007 MLGT Tour Championship winner Justin Hicks, Tom Gillis, Nate Smith, Lee Rinker and Marc Turnesa. Marc Turnesa has won a PGA Tour and Nationwide... more

Cone kicks off Q-School Contest 2 with win at home course
Monday, February 28, 2011

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Dustin Cone of Bennington, Vt., fired a three under par 69 on Monday at the Santa Lucia River Club for his fourth win on the Minor League Golf Tour, his first in almost a year. Cone made six birdies, a bogey and a double bogey, earning $950 from the $5,919 purse. His last MLGT title was on March 10, 2010 at Abacoa Golf Club in Jupiter.

Cone, won the 3rd (of five) 2010 MLGT PGA Tour Q-School Contest, now leads the 2nd Q-School Contest of 2011 by $505 over five players who tied for second at 1-under par 71.

There was $290 in the skins pot with 3 skins out worth $93.34 each.
#5 - Drew Perry (Eagle)
#7 - Dustin C... more

10 out of 18 at Fountains and 10 out of 17 at PGA Estates
Friday, February 25, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. - Twenty Fuzion MLGT Players made it through the Honda Classic Pre-Qualifier Thursday, advancing to the qualifier to be held on Monday at Mayacoo Lakes County Club.

The Quailifier is an 18-hole stroke play event with the low 4 qualifiers advancing to the 2011 Honda Classic. In the event of a tie for the last qualifying position, there will be a hole-by-hole sudden death playoff immediately following play.

Ten out of eighteen MLGT players from The Fountains Country Club North Course pre-qualifer: Benjamin Silverman, Greg O'Mahony, Michael Larkin, Jimmy Hazen, Matt Springer, Roger Furrer, Andy Golden, Brett Bergeron, Nick Kenney and Ric... more

Spallone shot 65-72 to pick up the $3,000 winner's check
Wednesday, February 23, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Sal Spallone of Vero Beach birdied the 17th hole and earned his sixth victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour Wednesday at Abacoa Golf Club when Jason Caron of Jupiter bogeyed the 18th.

Spallone edged Caron 137 to 138, earning $3,000 from the $20,150 purse. Claiming his first MLGT win since Feb. 9, 2010, Spallone shot 65-72 with seven birdies for a share of the opening round lead, three birdies and three bogeys Wednesday.

Caron, second among 66 players, carded 68-70 with six birdies and two bogeys Tuesday, an eagle, a birdie and the decisive bogey Wednesday. He received $1,850. Caron has three MLGT titles.

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Thompson makes par on the second extra hole for victory
Monday, February 21, 2011

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Teenager Alexis Thompson, playing her home course, became the second female to win on the Minor League Golf Tour, making par on the second playoff hole Monday at TPC at Eagle Trace.

Back in 2004, former Futures Tour player Carrie Dykstra shot 76 to win the seventh event on the MLGT when female players played the same tees as the men. Since 2008 the ladies play from 94% of the yardage played by the men.

Thompson, 16, two-puttred from 40 feet at the par-4 second hole to outlast Brett Bergeron of LaPlace, La., after they tied at four under par 68. Bergeron three-putted from 50 feet, his only bogey of the day. They had halved the first extra hol... more

Warren Jurkowitz shoots 71 to finish one shot back
Monday, February 21, 2011

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Ken Martin of Wellington shot 70 to win the senior division event, the first of a monthly series from which the leading money winner will receive his entry paid into the Champions Tour qualifying later this year.

Warren Jurkowitz from Aventura shot 71 to finish solo second, followed by Chris Peddicord in third place with 72. Terry Burke of Bethesda, Maryland was fourth with 73 and Hector Zapata of Weston tied for fifth place with Michael O'Connor from Titusville, Florida.

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Brad Adamonis, Ben Hartman, Scott Hawley & Carlos Velez tie for 2nd at 68
Thursday, February 17, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Michael Tobiason of Wilmington, Del., four over par after five holes, rallied to win for the first time on the Minor League Golf Tour Thursday with a five under par 66 on the Eagle course at President Country Club.

Tobiason, 27, bogeyed the first two holes and made a double bogey at the par-4 fifth. He responded with five birdies (No. 7, 8, 11, 12 and 14) and eagles at the par-5 10th and par-4 15th holes to card 38-28—66, winning by two shots. Tobiason received $1,000 from the $7,260 purse, raising his career MLGT earnings to $6,137.54. He has made 25 starts on the MLGT since November, 2007, six this year.

Carlos Velez of Miami, Scott Ha... more

Alexandre Ouellette, Justin Peters and Sal Spallone tie for third
Wednesday, February 16, 2011

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Jim Fitzpatrick of Stratford, Conn., didn’t make a bogey enroute to a five under par 67 and a Minor League Golf Tour victory Wednesday on the Links at Madison Green.

After making the turn in 35 (a birdie on 7), Fitzpatrick birdied 10, 11 and 12 to get to four under par. Knowing he needed a birdie at the last to surpass the 68 posted by Jimmy Hazen, Fitzpatrick hit a punch 9-iron to eight feet and rolled in the left to right breaker for the lead. Hazen also birdied the 18th, but had two bogeys against his six birdies.

A couple of players preparing for the 2011 Nationwide Tour, Sal Spallone of Vero Beach and Justin Peters from Stuart, tie... more

Bergeron birdies second extra hole to caputure 21 MLGT Victory
Monday, February 14, 2011

PLANTATION, Fla. – Brett Bergeron of LaPlace, La., outlasted two South Florida rivals Monday to earn his 21st victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour, his first this year.

Bergeron birdied the par-4 second hole on the East course at Jacaranda Country Club,sinking a 15-foot putt from behind the hole for the win, earning $1,000 from the $7,183 purse.

Moments earlier, Nicholas Thompson of nearby Coral Springs two-putted for par, then Carlos Velez of Miami missed the green in regulation, pitched on and two-putted for bogey. The trio matched three under par 68s in regulation and tied at the first extra hole with par-4s.

Thompson, who is tuning up for the Nati... more

LeBrun wins Q-School Contest 1, shortened event does not effect contest outcome
Thursday, February 10, 2011

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach and Carlos Velez of Miami were declared co-champions Thursday in a Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour event on the North course at Fountains Country Club. A combination of a large field of 80 players, weather delays, and early darkness due to heavy cloud cover cut the event to 12 holes.

Tour policy dictates all players must complete nine holes for an event to be official. After that, if all players do not compete 18, scores are based on the number of holes the last group of players completes. On Thursday, that was 12 holes and LeBrun and Velez were tied at four under par 44.

It was a record 28th MLGT victory for LeBrun, b... more

Hawley now trails Q-School Contest leader Steve LeBrun by only $104.29 going into final event
Tuesday, February 08, 2011

WELLINGTON, Fla. – Scott Hawley of Shrewsbury, Mass., eagled the par-5 sixth hole during the second round Tuesday and it may have been the difference as he won on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour at Binks Forest Golf Club.

Coincidentally, Hawley made three birdies and two bogeys in each round in addition to the decisive eagle and shot 71-69—140 to win by two strokes. It was his seventh MLGT victory, his third this year. He earned $2,025 from the $14,543 purse.

Justin Peters, who won one of the 2009 MLGT Q-School Contests and has been playing the Nationwide Tour since, finished second, at (73-69) 142, two shots behind Hawley, followed by first round lea... more

Lytle birdes first extra hole for victory, moves into 2nd place in Q-School Contest 1
Friday, February 04, 2011

TAMARAC, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge, FL and James Donahoe of Murrieta, CA tied at 6-under par 66 Friday on the Cypress Course at Woodmont Country Club before Lytle made birdie on the first extra hole to win his 25 Minor League Golf Tour title.

The $1,000 first place check moves Lytle into 2nd place in 2011 Q-School Contest 1 with one week remaining.

Nicholas Thompson of Coral Springs, FL finished solo third with a 5-under par 67 one shot ahead of Taylor Cerjan from Vero Beach and Q-School Contest 1 leader Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach, who tied for fourth place.

Next week starts with a two day event at Binks Forest in Wellington (with 40 players firs... more

Derrick Bohannan, Greg Forest & Steve LeBrun tie for 2nd
Thursday, February 03, 2011

STUART, Fla. – Jimmy Hazen of Jupiter fired a four under par 68 for a narrow victory Thursday on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour at The Champions Club. Hazen birdied Nos. 4, 7, 8, 13 and 15, then survived a bogey at the par-3 17th hole to win by a shot. It was Hazen’s third MLGT victory, most recently a team event at Jupiter Dunes in December with Vaughn Snyder.

Derrick Bohannon, Greg Forest, and Steve LeBrund tied for second place at 3-under par 69. LeBrun added to his lead in the first Q-School Contest of 2011, but with three events remaining, including a 2-Day at The Binks Forest next Monday and Tuesday, 48 players still have a mathmatical shot at claiming the bon... more

LeBrun wins 28th MLGT event on first extra hole
Tuesday, February 01, 2011

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – It took Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach just a week to get his revenge on Chris Damiano of Jupiter, winning on the first playoff hole Tuesday after they tied at six under par 138 in a Minor League Golf Tour tournament on the Links at Madison Green.

On Jan. 24 at the TPC at Eagle Trace in Coral Springs, Damiano and LeBrun tied at 66 with the former winning with birdie on the second extra hole.

At Madison Green, LeBrun had consecutive 69s and was one of four players to share the first round lead. Damiano shot 72-66. LeBrun two-putted from 12 feet for the win after Damiano missed the green on his second shot, chipped long and missed the putt for... more

Steve LeBrun, James Mason, Vaughn Snyder & Carlos Velez shoot 69
Monday, January 31, 2011

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Four players opened the January 2-Day at the Links at Madison Green with 3-under par 69.  

There was $300 in the Day 1 Skins Pot with 2 skins out worth $150 each.
Martin Vikstrom eagled 14 and birdied 16 to win them both.

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Nearing the halfway point of Q-School Contest 1, Scott Hawley and Jimmy Lytle still less than $22 apart
Thursday, January 27, 2011

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach fired a six under par 65 – a bogey-free round with three birdies on each nine – to win by three strokes Thursday on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour at President Country Club.

Playing the par-71 Eagle course, Smith claimed his seventh MLGT title, his second in a week. Smith’s birdies were at Nos. 2, 8, 9, 11, 12 and 14. He earned $950 from the $6,202 purse.

Smith was also the winner Jan. 21 at the Links at Madison Green in Royal Palm Beach, site of a two-day MLGT tournament Monday and Tuesday.

Nearing the halfway point of Q-School Contest 1, Scott Hawley and Jimmy Lytle are still less... more

Windy Conditions at PGA National prevent field from breaking 70
Tuesday, January 25, 2011

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony birdied the first extra hole Tuesday and earned his 10th victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. O’Mahony outlasted Matt Springer after they tied at two under par 70 on the Haig course at PGA National.

In the playoff, both missed the green at the short par-5 first hole in two. O’Mahony chipped to six feet and made the putt for the victory moments after Springer two-putted from eight feet for par. Coincidentally, in regulation O’Mahony bogeyed the first hole and Springer made birdie.

Overall, O’Mahony, of Tequesta, made four birdies and two bogeys, while Springer, of Stuart and Gary, Ind., ha... more

Damiano birdied from 9 feet after LeBrun missed from 10
Monday, January 24, 2011

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Chris Damiano of Jupiter birdied the second extra hole to edge Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach and win on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour Monday at TPC at Eagle Trace.

After they tied at six under par 66, they matched par-5s at the long 10th hole. Then at the short 11th, Damiano sank a nine-foot birdie putt for his third MLGT title. Moments earlier, LeBrun had missed birdie from 10 feet.

In regulation, Damiano made seven birdies and a bogey. He earned $950 from the $6,085 purse. LeBrun, second among 52 starters, had four birdies on each nine and one double bogey. He collected $600.

Jimmy Lytle shot 67 to finish solo third. He picked up... more

Smith birdied 5 of his first 8 holes, shot 31 on front nine
Friday, January 21, 2011

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach fired an eight under par 64 Friday at the Links at Madison Green to earn his sixth victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. Smith birdied the last two holes to edge Nicholas Thompson of Coral Springs, who will be a regular on the Nationwide Tour this year.

Smith birdied five of his first eight holes, bogeyed the 10th, then finished with birdies at Nos. 12, 14, 17 and 18. On the back nine, Thompson eagled the par-5 14th hole and birdied the 13th and 18th. He had never before seen the Madison Green course. Thompson won his only previous MLGT start, Jan. 10 on the East course at Jacaranda.

Kyle Willmann of E... more

Kim birdied 16, eagled 17 and birdied 18 to get in the playoff
Tuesday, January 18, 2011

JUPITER, Fla. – Scott Hawley of Shrewsbury, Mass., won his second straight Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour tournament Tuesday, beating Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens in the second hole of a playoff after they tied at eight under par 64.

Playing at Abacoa Golf Club, Hawley and Kim halved the first extra hole with par-4s, before Hawley won with par-5 on the second hole aftert Kim hit both into the water and out of bounds.

In regulation, Hawley made six birdies and an eagle at the par-5 10th hole. Knowing what he needed to catch Hawley, Kim finished birdie-eagle-birdie. He had four birdies on his first 12 holes.

A day earlier at the Santa Lucia River Club in Port... more

Wet, Windy, conditions delay play, Darkness prevents playoff
Monday, January 17, 2011

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge and Scott Hawley of Shrewsbury, Mass., were declared co-champions Monday in a Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour tournament when darkness prevented a playoff.

They had tied at two under par 70 and received $775 each from the $6,273 purse. Lytle made six birdies, including four straight starting at the 13th hole, two bogeys and a double bogey. Hawley had one birdie on each nine. Prior to the tournament, Lytle earned 24 MLGT victories, Hawley four.

Brian Friederichs of Boca Raton, FL tied for third with Derek Fathauer of Jenson Beach, FL and 2010 Q-School Contest 1 winner Jon McLean at even par 72.

There was $270 ... more

Kim & Perry (69) were the only two players to break 70 on a frigid South Florida Day
Thursday, January 13, 2011

PALM CITY, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens sank a four footer for par and the victory on the fourth extra hole Thursday in a Minor League Golf Tour event at The Evergreen Club.

After Kim and Drew Perry of Charlotte, N.C., tied at three under par 69, they matched two-putt pars on the first three playoff holes, Kim won when Perry hit over the green at the par-3 fourth hole, chipped back and two-putted from nine feet for bogey.

It was Kim’s 10th MLGT victory, the first start on the South Florida mini-tour for Perry. Kim earned $950, Perry $550, from the $5,265 purse. There were 45 starters in the circuit’s fourth tournament of its eighth season, the t... more

Stephen Grant birdies eight holes on back nine for 28
Tuesday, January 11, 2011

PALM BEAGH GARDENS, Fla. – Vaughn Snyder of West Palm Beach and Massillon, Ohio, was awarded his sixth victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour Tuesday when Stephen Grant of Palm Beach Gardens was unable to return to the course in time for a playoff due to a prior commitment.

Snyder and Grant each posted five under par 67 on the Estate course at PGA National earlier in the day, then left. Only Snyder was able to get back in time for the playoff. Snyder received $1,000, Grant $680, from the $8,004 purse. Grant has two career MLGT titles.

In regulation, Snyder eagled the par-5 fifth hole and added five birdies and two bogeys. Grant took an eight at the par-5 ninth ... more

Tim Turpen shoots 68 to finish solo second
Monday, January 10, 2011

PLANTATION, Fla. – Nicholas Thompson of Coral Springs, making his first start on the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour, fired an unusual five under par 66 for the victory Monday on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club. Thompson made five birdies in a bogey-free round, none on the par-5 holes. He birdied Nos. 2, 4, 10, 13 and 18.

Thompson, who was born on Christmas Day 1982, played on the PGA Tour in 2006 and 2008-10 but failed to requalify for the 2011 season. However, he has full status on the Nationwide Tour where he won the HSBC New Zealand PGA Championship in 2007. He earned $1,000 from the $7,023 purse Monday.

Tim Turpen of West Palm Beach was second among 60 star... more

Steve LeBrun wins on 2nd extra hole
Friday, January 07, 2011

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach opened the eighth season of the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour with a playoff victory Friday at the Links at Madison Green.

LeBrun fired a two under par 70 with five birdies, a bogey and a double bogey, then parred two straight playoff holes for the win, his 27th. He outlasted four other players who tied for the highest winning score on the MLGT since last Nov. 5.

Rich Hanna of Standardsville, Va., and Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach were eliminated with bogey-5s on the first extra hole, Juan Aller of Miramar and Tim Turpen of West Palm Beach with bogeys at the par-5 second hole.

LeBrun, a graduate of J... more

3 Team Playoff Damiano/Scialo, Bohannon/Wilmann, Pope/Hanna at 10-under par 62
Friday, December 17, 2010

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Chris Damiano of Jupiter sank a short birdie putt on the first playoff hole Friday as he teamed with Chris Scialo of New York City to win the holiday team championship conducted by the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

Damiano and Scialo tied with two other teams at 10 under par 62 at the Santa Lucia River Club. They birdied seven holes on the front nine in a scramble format, and added four birdies and a bogey on the back, a four-ball stroke play event.

They outlasted Derrick Bohannon of Jensen Beach and Kyle Wilmann of Palm City (31-31) and Jeremy Pope, Pawleys Island, S.C., and Rich Hanna, Standardsville, Va. (30-32). They tied for second in the... more

Ben Hartman, P.H. Soero, and Taylor Stewart tie for 2nd place 4 back
Wednesday, December 15, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta turned up the intensity on the back nine each day at Abacoa Golf Club for a four-stroke victory in the seventh annual Tour Championship conducted by the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

After a pair of 36s on the front nine with two birdies and two bogeys each round, O’Mahony played the back nine in 31 Tuesday on an eagle and three birdies, and 35 Wednesday with one birdie and eight pars for 138. It was O’Mahony’s ninth MLGT victory, his seventh this year. He earned $4,000

Tied for second at 142 were Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens, who closed with 69, and Ben Hartman of Jupiter and Taylor Stewa... more

Ben Hartman is second with 8-under par 64
Monday, December 13, 2010

ATLANTIS, Fla. – Vaughn Snyder of West Palm Beach edged Ben Hartman of Jupiter by a stroke, 63 to 64, in a Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour event Monday at Atlantis Country Club.

It was Snyder’s fifth MLGT victory, his fourth this year. He earned $800 from the $4,375 purse. A day earlier, Snyder received $5,000 as a member of the winning team in a pro-scratch amateur tournament at Bear Lakes Country Club in West Palm Beach. His amateur partner there was Stephen Anderson of Hobe Sound, who recently was honored as the Palm Beach County Golf Association Player of the Year for 2010.

Two special events remain on the MLGT schedule before the Christmas break: Tuesday and... more

Dustin Wallis & Jimmy Lytle tie for second at 5-under par
Thursday, December 09, 2010

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens made three birdies and a bogey on the par-3 holes Thursday enroute to a six under par 65 to earn his ninth victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour, his sixth this year.

Overall, on the West course at Fountains Country Club, Kim made seven birdies and a bogey. He earned $900 from the $5,197 purse. There were 42 starters in the MLGT’s 132nd event of the year.

Jimmy Lytle tied for second place with Dustin Wallis at 5-under par 67 followed by Corey Brigham and Ben Hartman at 4-under par 68.

The MLGT’s seventh season ends next week with the “59 Challenge” Monday at Atlantis CC, the Tou... more

Justin Goodhue 2nd with 67, Jimmy Lytle 3rd with 68
Wednesday, December 08, 2010

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Matt Springer of Stuart, who has played on the Minor League Golf Tour for two and a half years, scored his first victory Wednesday with an eight under par 64 at the Links at Madison Green.

Springer eagled the par-5 11th and 14th holes to go with birdies at Nos. 2, 9, 15, 16 and 18 and a bogey at the par-4 10th hole. He earned $750 from the $3,625 purse. Springer’s first MLGT start was on June 4, 2008, at Hammock Creek in Palm City.

Justin Goodhue of Glastonbury, CT earned $525.00 for his solo 2nd place finish at 5-under par 67. All time Fuzion MLGT leading money winner Jimmy Lytle was third with a 68 followed by 2010 leading money winne... more

Hicks has won 22 times on the Minor League Golf Tour
Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Justin Hicks finished the 2010 Nationwide Tour season with $2,009 to spare.  He won his second Nationwide Tour event earlier this year and posted one other top-10 finish.  Hicks T27 finish in the Nationwide Tour Championship earned him $7,400 and put him into the final spot of the coveted 25 that earn exempt 2011 PGA Tour status.  Additionally, he also finished T-22 at PGA Tour Qualifying School, which will help him get into more events in his rookie year on tour. 

Nate Smith finished T11 at PGA Tour Qualifying School to earn his 2011 PGA Tour Card.  Smith who won for the first time on the Nationwide Tour in 2010, finished 27 on the... more

The Snyder/Hazen Team birdied the last two holes to win by 2
Monday, December 06, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. – Vaughn Snyder of West Palm Beach and Jimmy Hazen of Jupiter were the winners Monday in the second annual 27-hole par-3 tournament conducted by the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour at the Jupiter Dunes Golf Club.

Snyder and Hazen shot 13 under par 68 with 25, scramble, back nine; 21, modified alternate shots, front nine; and 22, four-ball stroke play, back nine. It was Snyder’s fourth MLGT victory, the second for Hazen. Each received $750 from the $7,560 purse.

There was $1,080 in the skins pot with 2 skins out worth $540 each. 

Everything was halved. So we followed the tour policy and went to least birdied holes. ... more

Discounted Group Training for Fuzion MLGT Members
Friday, December 03, 2010

Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. -  We would like to welcome Coastal Performance www.coastal-performance.com as a new event sponsor of the Fuzion Minor League Golf  Tour.  An athletic performance facility on Burns Road in Palm Beach Gardens, Coastal Performance offers TPI Certified Golf fitness evaluation and training.

Brendon Hayden, a professional golfer, and his partner Hunter McMillan are now proud to offer a special comprehensive Semi-Private Training option specifically geared for Fuzion MLGT Members!

It includes all of the advantages of our other Semi-Private programs... more

Tim Turpen shoots 70 to finish solo third
Thursday, December 02, 2010

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge parred the fourth extra hole Thursday as he outlasted Robert McKnight of Sunrise to claim victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

After they halved the first three playoff holes on the Eagle course at The President Country Club with pars, Lytle won at the par-3 fourth when he came out of a bunker right of the green and sank a two-footer for par and the win. Moments earlier, McKnight missed par from seven feet after hitting his tee shot into a bunker left of the green.

In regulation, they tied at two under par 69, each scoring four birdies and two bogeys. It was Lytle’s 24th MLGT victory, his second t... more

Come play Atlantis Country Club on December 13th, 2010 from around 6000 Yards! $1,000 added in bonus to be split among players who shoot 59 or better
Wednesday, December 01, 2010

By Jay Slazinski

ATLANTIS, Fla - This year on the PGA Tour two players, Stuart Appleby and Paul Goydos both shot 59. In other events around the world players have shot 59, 58, and even 57!

On the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour in 2010 we have had a few close calls with 59, Pierre-Henri Soero and Terry Burke both shot 61 as they set new course records at Fountians Country Club and President Country Club respectively.

Kyle Willmann fired a 62 at The Wanderers Club to beat the previous course record by 4 shots and Brandon Smith also shot a 62 at Presidents before Burke shot his 61. Additionally Jacob Korb, David Johnson and Nick Latimer all won events by shooting 63... more

Corey Brigham and Jacob Korb tie for second with 68
Tuesday, November 30, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. – Zac Oakley of Palm City arrived just a few minutes before his 7:54 a.m. starting time Tuesday at Abacoa Golf Club, birdied the first five holes and held on to win his third Minor League Golf Tour title.

The son of former British Senior Open champion Pete Oakley, Zac scored a five under par 67 to win by a stroke, adding an eagle at the par-5 10th hole and two bogeys to his fast start. He earned $900 from the $5,360 purse.

Corey Brigham of Port St. Lucie, FL tied for second place with Jacob Korb of Newtown, PA at 4-under par 68 followed by Vaughn Snyder of Massillon, Ohio in solo fourth place with 70.

There was $230 in the skins pot with 5 skins... more

Lytle wins 23rd MLGT event on first extra hole
Monday, November 29, 2010

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge won his 23rd Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour title Monday on the first extra hole on the South course at Fountains Country Club.

After Lytle and David Smith of Ruston, La., tied at six under par 66, the latter hit his second shot into the water enroute to a double bogey, giving Lytle an easy victory at the par-5 first hole.

Lytle earned $800 from the $4,693 purse. Smith, who has three MLGT victories, received $525 for second among 38 starters. Overall, Lytle and Smith each made an eagle, five birdies and a bogey.

Derek Fathauer of Jenson Beach, FL, Steve LeBrun from West Palm Beach and Dustin Wallis of Noble, OK sho... more

Matt Springer shoots 69 for solo second, 3 players tie for third
Monday, November 22, 2010

PLANTATION, Fla. – Ken Martin of Wellington fired a three under par 68 on Monday to score his second victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. Playing the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club, Martin made four birdies (Nos. 4, 7, 9 and 14) and bogeyed the par-3 13th hole. He earned $950 from the $7,125 purse.

A teaching professional at Village GC in Royal Palm Beach, Martin, 51, won the Southeast Chapter seniors championship and back in October finished tied for third at the 2010 Senior PGA Professional National Championship in Palm Springs, California.

That finish eaned him a pass directly into the final stage of Champions Tour qualifiying held last week ... more

Alexandre Ouellette, Martin Plante, and Matt Torrance tie for second
Thursday, November 18, 2010

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Scott Hawley of Shrewsbury, Mass., birdied five of his last eight holes Thursday at The Links at Madison Green and pulled away for a five under par 67 to win by two strokes on the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour.

It was Hawley’s fourth MLGT victory since May, 2006, his first since May 18, 2009. After a birdie at the third hole and a bogey at the fifth, Hawley, 32, birdied Nos. 11, 12, 14, 15 and 16. He earned $825 from the $4,705 purse.

Matt Torrance of East Lyme, CT tied for second with a couple of players from Quebec, Canada, Martin Plante from St-Sauveu and Alexandre Ouellette of Saint-Jerome.

There were 38 starters for the... more

Frank Dully, Scott Hawley, and Chris Scialo tie for 2nd at 69
Tuesday, November 16, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. – Stephen Grant of Palm Beach Gardens fired a four under par 68 Tuesday at Abacoa Golf Club to score his second victory on the Minor League Golf Tour. Knowing he needed a birdie on the last hole, Grant sank a 24 footer to edge past three players, Chris Scialo of New City, NY, Scott Hawley from Shrewsbury, MA, and Frank Dully the Head Golf Professional at Kernwood CC in Salem, MA, who had already posted 69s. They ended up tied for second among 52 starters.

Overall, Grant made five birdies and a bogey, earning $950 from the $6,330 purse. Then he headed back home to Ireland to prepare for European PGA Tour qualifying later this year. Grant’s only previous ML... more

AJ Gerlock (62), Matt Springer (63), and 3 others shoot 64
Monday, November 15, 2010

ATLANTIS, Fla. – Mike Caporale of Fort Myers fired an 11 under par 61 Monday at Atlantis Country Club to earn his first victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour, earning $775 from the $4,127 purse.

But he missed by two strokes on a $1,000 bonus in a “59 Challenge.”

The par 72 course was set up at just about 6,000 yards, about 1,000 shorter than the average MLGT event, in hopes someone would shoot 59. There were several driveable par-4s and short par-5s.

Caporale birdied 11 holes but still won by just a shot over A.J. Gerlach of Jupiter, who made 10 birdies for 62 to finish second among 33 starters. Caporale birdied Nos. 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 10, 11, ... more

Steve LeBrun wins final match with Jacob Korb 4 and 3
Thursday, November 11, 2010

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach made eight birdies on his last 11 holes Thursday enroute to a 4 and 3 victory over Jacob Korb of Newtown, Pa., in the finals of the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour’s fourth annual match play championship.

Korb led by one hole twice early in the match on the South course at Fountains Country Club, winning the first, losing the third and winning the fourth. Then LeBrun got hot with birdies at Nos. 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 13 and 15. The match ended when LeBrun two-putted from 25 feet for birdie and a four-hole lead with only three to play.

In the semifinals Thursday morning, LeBrun beat Brad Adamonis of Dania with par-5... more

2007 winner Justin Peters and 2008 winner Jimmy Lytle knocked out in round 1
Wednesday, November 10, 2010

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Defending champion Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta was among first round winners Tuesday in the fourth annual match play championship conducted by the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour. Playing the South course at Fountains Country Club, O’Mahony defeated Rick Piger III of Jupiter, 5 and 4.

In the second round Wednesday morning, O’Mahony plays Jacob Korb of Jupiter, a 1-up winner over 2007 match play winner Justin Peters of Stuart. Second and third round matches are scheduled Wednesday, the semifinals and finals Thursday. The winner will receive $2,500, the runnerup $1,500, and the two beaten semifinalists $1,000 apiece.

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32 players face off in round 1 action on Tuesday morning
Monday, November 08, 2010

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Jesse Larson of Stuart and Vaughn Snyder of West Palm Beach shared medalist honors Monday in qualifying for the fourth annual match play championship conducted by the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour.

Playing the South course at Fountains Country Club, each shot four under par 68. Larson was awarded the top seed in a match of cards. Snyder is seeded second. Each received $575 in an optional shootout Monday.

First round matches are scheduled Tuesday, the second and third rounds Wednesday, the semifinals and finals Thursday. The winner will receive $2,500, the runnerup $1,500, the two beaten semifinalists $1,000 each.

There were 40 qualifiers fo... more

Adam Adams, Warren Jurkowitz, Mike San Filippo, Jim Karr, Lee Rinker, and Dick Mast advance
Friday, November 05, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. - Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour Senior Q-School Contest winner Adam Adams and five other players that have played on the MLGT advanced to the finals of Champions Tour Qualifying to be held at TPC Eagle Trace in Coral Springs, Flordia November 16-19, 2010. 

Minor League Golf Tour winners Adams, Warren Jurkowitz, Mike San Filippo, and Lee Rinker all made it through the Regional Qualifier at MetroWest Country Club in Orlando, Florida.  

Jim Karr made it through at Woodforest Golf Club in Montgomery, Texas and PGA Tour Veterans Dick Mast and P.H. Horgan played the Bayonet Golf Course in Seaside, California. Mast was the medalist and Ho... more

Smith was in a 4 man playoff here in 2009 won by former PGA Tour member Steve Hart
Friday, November 05, 2010

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -  It would seem the odds were against Eugene Smith Friday as he faced MLGT all time leading money winner Jimmy Lytle and all time victory leader Justin Peters in a playoff at Santa Lucia River Club, but maybe the course owed him one. 

On this course in May of '09, it seemed like it was Eugene Smith's day.  He made a hole-in-one on the third hole and ended up in a 4-man playoff.  In that playoff he hit his tee shot OB on the first extra hole--the difficult par-4 18th, but made birdie with his second ball to score a bogey.  The other players had not done better.  Steve Hart was in po... more

Alexis Thompson 2nd with 67, Brian Friederichs and Richard Terga tie for third
Wednesday, November 03, 2010

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Jesse Larson of Stuart claimed his first victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour when he scored a seven under par 64 Wednesday on the Eagle course at President Country Club.

Larson twice made back-to-back victories on the front nine, at 5-6 and 8-9, then eagled the par-5 10th hole, bogeyed the par-4 15th, then closed with birdies at 17 and 18 to win by three strokes. He earned $780 from the $4,125 purse.

Second among 33 starters was Alexis Thompson, the Coral Springs teenager who earned over $300,000 on the LPGA tour this year in the limited schedule she was allowed to play as a non-member. She shot 67 here with four birdies and received ... more

Korb and Lytle shoot 2-under par 69, Corey Brigham & Stephen Grant tie for second with 70
Monday, November 01, 2010

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – Jacob Korb of Jupiter scored a two-putt par on the first playoff hole Monday at North Palm Beach Country Club to record victory on the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour.

Korb outlasted Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge after they tied at two under par 69. In regulation, Korb made five birdies, three bogeys and parred the last three holes. Lytle bogeyed 16 and 17 but birdied the par-5 18th, then bogeyed the extra hole.

It was Korb’s sixth MLGT victory, two of which came last month, one at North Palm Beach. He earned $800 from the $4,270 purse. Lytle, who has 22 MLGT wins, received $550.

Corey Brigham from Port St. Lucie, FL and Stephen Gran... more

37 Players who have competed on our tour qualified for the second stage of PGA Tour Qualifying School
Sunday, October 31, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. -  37 Players that have competed on the FuZion MLGT have qualified for second stage, including 15 out of 24 players from the Port St. Lucie qualifying. 

Four of five 2010 Q-School Contest winners moved on, both of our 2009 Q-School contest winners also made it through---as well as our all time leading money winner and the 2010 Sunshine State Classic winner.

The complete list of 37 with their Fuzion MLGT Career highlights.

Justin Peters - 28 Victories - Most All Time, 2009 Q-School Contest Winner
Steve Lebrun - 25 Victories, 2010 Q-School Contest Winner, 80+ top 5's
Jimmy Lytle - 22 Victories, All Time MLGT Leadin... more

Amateur Matthieu Pavon, Alexis Thompson, and Carlos Velez tie for 2nd
Thursday, October 28, 2010

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – David Schuster of Turner Hill, Mass., made five consecutive birdies on the front nine Thursday and held on for a Minor League Golf Tour victory at Hillcrest Country Club.

At six under par 66, Schuster, 39, won by a shot. He started his streak at the fourth hole and added one more birdie on the back nine, at the 16th. He earned $850 from the $4,702 purse. It was his second MLGT win, the first coming on Feb. 14, 2007 at Bonaventure Country Club in nearby Fort Lauderdale.

Carlos Velez of Miami, Alexis Thompson of Coral Springs and Matthieu Pavon of Fort Lauderdale tied for second at 68. Velez made five birdies, Thompson three birdies on each nine and a... more

Jimmy Gascoigne, Stephen Grant, and David Schuster shoot 70
Wednesday, October 27, 2010

PALM CITY, Fla. – Aaron Murphy of Port St. Lucie won his first Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour event Wednesday, firing a three under par 69 at Hammock Creek. After twice following a bogey with a birdie on the front nine, Murphy birdied Nos. 12, 14 and 17 and won by a stroke. On the front, Murphy bogeyed 1 and 8 and birdied 2 and 9.

Murphy, 24, received $650 from the $3,160 purse, raising his earnings to $2,298 in 13 starts since March 30. He had previously had four top-10 finishes.

LPGA teenage rookie Alexis Thompson of Coral Springs shot 71, tied for fifth among 26 starters. Women played the course at 6,770 yards compared to 7,130 yards for men. The LPGA is in South K... more

Kim and Kyle Willmann tied at 3-under par 69, 3 players shot 71
Monday, October 25, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens two-putted for par from 10 feet on the third extra hole Monday at Abacoa Golf Club to earn his eighth victory on the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour.

Kim outlasted Kyle Willmann of Edmond, Okla., after they tied at three under par 69. They halved the par-4 first hole with bogeys and the second with par-5s before ending the playoff at the par-4 third where Willmann missed a four footer for par.

In regulation, Kim birdied Nos. 10, 13, 15 and 16 after making the turn in 37 following a bogey at the ninth hole. Willmann eagled the second hole and added two birdies and a bogey. Kim earned $850 from the $4,945 purse. Willmann, w... more

P.H. Horgan is second with 68, five players post 69
Thursday, October 21, 2010

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Local favorite Steve LeBrun made an eagle and four birdies on the last eight holes enroute to a seven under par 65 Thursday at the Links @ Madison Green to claim victory on the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour.

After making the turn at even par with a birdie and a bogey, LeBrun, a graduate of John I. Leonard High School and Florida Atlantic University, eagled the par-5 11th hole and birdied Nos. 13, 14, 15 and 17.

P.H. Horgan of Newport, RI finished solo second with a four under par 68 followed by five players Matt LeConche, Wellington; Joe Shaktman, Coral Springs; Jesse Larson, Mendon, VT; and Guy Boros, Pompano Beach; and Warren Jurkowitz of A... more

Korb won by 4 on Oct. 7 at NPB Country Club
Wednesday, October 20, 2010

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Jacob Korb of Jupiter fired am eight under par 63 and won by three strokes in Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour action Wednesday on the West course at Fountains Country Club.

Korb eagled the par-5 11th hole and birdied Nos. 6, 7, 10, 14, 15 and 16. It was Korb’s fifth career MLGT victory, his fourth this year and second this month. He earned $925 from the $5,693 purse.

Guy Boros, Ben Siverman, and Kyle Willmann tied for 2nd at 5-under par 66, followed by Brian Anderson and Steve LeBrun at 67. Five players tied for seventh with 69.

There was $180 in the skins pot with 3 skins out worth $60 each.
Devon Kay #2
Guy Boros #10
Ja... more

Jimmy Lytle shot 68 to finish third, Brett Bergeron and Jason Caron tie for fourth
Monday, October 18, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. – Brian Anderson of Jupiter survived a bogey on the final hole Monday at the Jupiter Country Club to score a Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour victory, his 10th this year and 14th overall.

Anderson edged Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach, 66 to 67. Anderson eagled the par-5 fourth hole and birdied Nos. 7, 9, 10, 16 and 17 before closing with bogey at the par-4 18th. LeBrun had six birdies, none after the 14th hole, and bogeyed the par-4 seventh.

Anderson earned $800 from the $4,270 purse. LeBrun, second among 35 starters in the MLGT’s 112th tournament this year, received $555. LeBrun has 24 career wins.

Jimmy Lytle was solo third with a four und... more

Adams beats Warren Jurkowitz with a hole out eagle on 2nd extra hole
Thursday, October 14, 2010

PLANTATION, Fla. – Adam Adams of Coconut Creek holed a bunker shot for an eagle, the victory, and the Fuzion MLGT Champions Tour Q-School Bonus Wednesday at Jacaranda Golf Club.

Moments after Warren Jurkowitz of Aventura chipped to within a foot for an easy birdie at the par-5 ninth hole on the East course, Adams slam-dunked his shot from a bunker from off the left front of the green.

The outcome in the senior division shootout gave Adams a $2,500 bonus to pay his entry fee into qualifying for the Champions Tour later this year. He had led Jurkowitz by $103.33 heading into the winner-take-all finale and earned an additional $250 Wednesday for a total of $2,578.35. Ju... more

Fitzpatrick, Guy Boros, Brenton Flynn, and Jeff Ival tied with 67
Wednesday, October 13, 2010

PLANTATION, Fla. – Jim Fitzpatrick of Palm Beach Gardens sank a 29-foot birdie putt from the fringe for the win Wednesday in Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour action at Jacaranda Golf Club.

Fitzpatrick won when he birdied the par-3 third hole from the left fringe. He was among four players tied at 67. After they all made par-4s at the first hole, Jeff Ivall of Palm Beach Gardens was eliminated with bogey-5 at the second. Then just before Fitzpatrick made his winning birdie at the third, Guy Boros, a former PGA Tour winner from Pompano Beach, missed a 35-foot birdie putt and Brenton Flynn of Nashville, Tenn., chipped to within three feet and was waiting to attempt his par putt.more

Snyder wins for the second time in 3 weeks
Tuesday, October 12, 2010

In the Fuzion MLGT’s 100th tournament of the year, Vaughn Snyder of West Palm Beach shot five under par 67 to win by a stroke Tuesday at Abacoa Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida.

Snyder made four birdies in a row starting at No. 4 and overall had six birdies and a bogey. He received $800 from the $4,340 purse.

Matt Donovan of Pittsfield, MA tied for second place with Jacob Korb of Newtown, PA at 4-under par 68.

Adam Adams tied for third with Tim Cantwell and Brandon Smith at 3-under par 69. Adams also finished ahead of Terry Burke by in the 2-Day senior division event to take the lead in the senior q-school contest over Warren Jurkowitz by $103.33.
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James Donahoe was solo 2nd with 68
Monday, October 11, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. – David McAndrew of Palm Beach Gardens out-dueled James Donahoe of Marrieta, Calif., on Monday by 67 to 68 at Abacoa Golf Club to score his second Fuzion/Minor League Golf Tour victory in two weeks.

Both birdied the 16th hole and bogeyed the 18th, both par-4s, but McAndrew also birdied the par-5 17th. Overall, McAndrew had eight birdies and three bogeys, earning $600. Donahoe received $450 for a card showing six birdies and two bogeys. McAndrew also won on Sept. 27 on the Haig course at PGA National. Donahoe is still seeking his first MLGT title.

The $2,555 tournament drew 21 entries.

A second 18-hole tournament is scheduled here Tuesday in conj... more

Both players shot 70, Adam Adams finished solo third
Thursday, October 07, 2010

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – Terry Burke of Bethesda, Md., won with a par on the first playoff hole Thursday to earn his first senior division title on the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour.

Burke and Warren Jurkowitz of Aventura matched one under par 70s at North Palm Beach Country Club, each with four birdies and three bogeys. In the playoff, it took Jurkowitz two shots to escape a greenside bunker, allowing Burke to win with a two-putt par from 25 feet,

Jurkowitz won his fourth senior event Wednesday at West Palm Beach Golf Club. Burke earned an open division title on Sept. 2. He tied for fifth overall here Thursday.

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Jimmy Lytle, Kyle Moore, and Kyle Willman tie for second with 69
Thursday, October 07, 2010

NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. – Jacob Korb of Newtown, Pa., claimed his fourth event with 65 on six birdies, five on the inward nine, winning by four strokes. He won back-to-back tournaments July 16 and July 19.

Jimmy Lytle finished tied for second place with Kyle Moore and Kyle Willman at 2-under par 69.

There were 45 players in the open division including three senior division players who played in both.

The MLGT plays consecutive 18-hole tournaments Monday and Tuesday at Abacoa Golf Club in conjunction with a 36-hole seniors event the same days.

There was $240 in the skins pot with 5 skins out worth $48 each.
#4, #14 - Jacob Korb
#9 - Marshall P... more

Andy Golden finished solo 2nd with 3-under par 69
Wednesday, October 06, 2010

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Brett Bergeron of LaPlace, La., fired a four under par 67 on Wednesday at West Palm Beach Golf Club to earn his 20th Fuzion/Minor League Golf Tour title. Bergeron, 27, made five birdies (Nos. 2, 5, 6, 12 and 15) and had a bogey at the 14th hole. He earned $775 from the $3,878 purse. This raised his career MLGT earnings to $58,526 since April, 2008.

Andy Golden of Davie was second among 32 starters with 68. He parred the front nine and then birdied the 10th, 11th and 16th holes. Golden received $550.  Mark C. Williams from South Africa was third with 70 and Jim Fitzpatrick of Stratford, CT was fourth with even par 71.

There was $170 in ... more

Adam Adams and PH Horgan tie for 2nd
Wednesday, October 06, 2010

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – In the senior division for players 47 and older, Warren Jurkowitz of Aventura won with 70 on four birdies and three bogeys. It was his fourth seniors title and fifth overall. He received $400.

Jurkowitz finished 3 shots ahead of former PGA Tour player PH Horgan and Adam Adam. Jurkowitz now leads Adams by $322 with 3 events left in the Champions Tour Q-School Contest.

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Adam Adams is solo second and wins senior division with 71
Monday, October 04, 2010

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge and Adam Adams of Coconut Creek were the winners Monday in a Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour event at The Club at Emerald Hills.

Lytle fired a three under par 69 for his 22nd victory in the open division, scoring three birdies on the last seven holes, four birdies and a bogey overall. He earned $800 from the $4,160 purse. His most recent win was on Aug. 30.

Adams won his third straight senior division tournament for players 47 and older with 71. Adams had a double bogey at the par-5 18th hole or he would have tied Lytle in the open division. Adams entered both flights and earned $400 for the Senior Divison win and $550 for h... more

Victor Leoni finished solo 2nd, 1 shot back with 72
Monday, October 04, 2010

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – Adam Adams of Coconut Creek won the senior division Monday in a Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour event at The Club at Emerald Hills.

Adams won his third straight senior division tournament for players 47 and older with 71. Adams had a double bogey at the par-5 18th hole or he would have tied Lytle in the open division. Adams entered both flights and earned $400 for the Senior Divison win and $550 for his 2nd place finish in the open division. He had five birdies and two bogeys on the first 17 holes. Adams has five MLGT wins altogether.

Next on the MLGT schedule: Wednesday, West Palm Beach GC, and Thursday, North Palm Beach CC. Each will have a sen... more

Carlos Velez shoots 67 for solo third place, 1 shot outside of playoff
Thursday, September 30, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta birdied the first playoff hole Thursday to claim his eighth Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour victory, his second of the month. O’Mahony edged Vaughn Snyder of Massillon, Ohio, at Abacoa Golf Club after they tied at six under par 66.

Moments after Snyder missed a 50-foot attempt for birdie, O’Mahony sank a 15 footer for the win. In regulation, O’Mahony had six birdies (Nos. 1, 7, 10, 12, 14 and 17) while Snyder birdied the first three holes on each nine and the par-4 fifth, but bogeyed the par-4 seventh. O’Mahony received $800, Snyder $565, from the $3,854 purse. Snyder earned his first MLGT title Sept. 22.<... more

At the half way point of the Champions Tour Q-School Contest, Jurkowitz leads Adams by just under $500
Thursday, September 30, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. – In the senior division for players 47 and older, Adam Adams of Coconut Creek shot 70 and was the winner for the second time this week and fourth overall. He made four birdies and two bogeys. Adams collected $400 with the victory and $225 for a tie for sixth in the open division.

The 94th tournament of the year had 32 in the open division and six seniors, including three who paid a supplemental entry fee to play in both flights.

Three 18-hole tournaments are scheduled next week: Monday, The Club at Emerald Hills, Hollywood; Wednesday, West Pam Beach GC; and Thursday, North Palm Beach CC.

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Mike San Filippo and yesterdays winner David McAndrew shoot 69
Tuesday, September 28, 2010

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Tim Cantwell of Palm Beach Gardens birdied the last two holes Tuesday for a five under par 67 at the Links at Madison Green to earn his second Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour victory. He scored four birdies and a bogey prior to his furious finish, a bogey at the par-3 16th hole around birdies at 15, 17 and 18, all par-4s, and earned $700 from the $3,520 purse.

Coincidentally, Cantwell’s other MLGT title was also at Madison Green, with a 68 on Jan. 22, 2008. He also won a Golden Bear Tour event on Jan. 26, 1997, at Bear Lakes CC in West Palm Beach.

Yesterday's winner David McAndrew tied for second with Mike San Filippo at 3-under par 69. S... more

Final hole birdie gives Adams win over Jurkowitz
Tuesday, September 28, 2010

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – In the senior division for players 47 and older, Adam Adams of Coconut Creek was the winner Tuesday at the Links at Madison Green. His birdie at the 18th hole for 71 put him one shot clear of Champions Tour Q-School contest leader Warren Jurkowitz.

Adams earned $350 for the victory and an additional $162.50 for a tie for sixth in the open division. In events where the Senior Division plays the same tees as the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour, Seniors have the option to pay the additional purse contribution and compete in both tournaments. Both divisions played the course at 6,972.

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Mike Adamson grabs second with 5-under par 67, Vaughn Snyder 3rd
Monday, September 27, 2010

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – David McAndrew of Palm Beach Gardens birdied his first four holes and rolled to his first professional victory Monday by winning the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour event on the Haig course at PGA National.

At 65, McAndrew won by two strokes over Mike Adamson of Stuart, who shot 67, second among 38 starters. After his fast start, McAndrew made his only bogey at the par-3 fifth hole, then finished with birdies at Nos. 7, 9, 13 and 17. He earned $800 from the $4,610 purse.

Vaughn Snyder was solo third with a four under par 68 followed by a tie for fourth between Greg O'Mahony and Kyle Willmann at 69.

There was $240 in the skins pot with... more

Champions Tour Q-School Contest Leader Jurkowitz finishes T3
Monday, September 27, 2010

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – In the senior division for players 47 and older, Hector Zapata of Weston ended a three-game winning streak by Warren Jurkowitz of Avenrura.

Zapata beat Victor Leoni of Miami in a playoff with a three-foot birdie putt at the par-5 first hole after they tied at two under par 70. Each made four birdies and two bogeys in regulation. Zapata had one previous MLGT victory, on July 26, 2007.

Jurkowitz had won all three events played last week at the start of the new seniors’ flight. Jurkowitz shot 73 Monday to tie for third among six entries.

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Justin Hicks (67) & Justin Peters (66) finish strong
Sunday, September 26, 2010

MIDLAND, Texas -- Nate Smith won the WNB Golf Classic for his first Nationwide Tour title, shooting a 6-under 66 on Sunday for a two-stroke victory.  Smith, a two time FuZion MLGT winner, birdied the 18th hole.  His win moved him up to 25th on the 2010 Nationwide Tour money list. 

Twenty-two time MLGT winner Justin Hicks--who is 19th on the Nationwide Tour money list, closed with a final round 67 to move up from  T23 to T11.  Hicks has won twice on the Nationwide Tour.

2009 Q-School contest winner Justin Peters moved up 27 spots to 21st with a final round 66.  Justin Peters has won 28 times on the FuZion Minor League Golf Tour... more

Both players shot 70, Ken Martin's 71 earns solo third place finish
Thursday, September 23, 2010

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Call it a sweep, trifecta or hat trick, Warren Jurkowitz of Aventura won his third straight Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour senior division event Thursday on the East course at Indian Spring Country Club, the only three that have been staged.

This time it took a playoff as Jurkowitz beat Adam Adams of Coconut Creek after they tied at two under par 70. They halved the par-5 10th hole with pars, then Jurkowitz won by sinking a 15-foot putt for birdie-3 at the 11th. He earned $410 from the $875 purse. Adams, second among seven starters, received $280. Each made five birdies, a bogey and a double bogey.

Earlier this week in the new seniors flight for ... more

Ben Silverman finished with 68, 1 shot back of Anderson's 67
Thursday, September 23, 2010

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Brian Anderson of Jupiter was the winner at five under par 67 on five birdies. It was his career 13th MLGT title, his ninth this year, third this month and second this week. He also won at Jacaranda. Anderson collected $800 from the purse of $4,378.

Benjamin Silverman of Thornhill, Ontario was solo second after shooting 4-under par 68 followed by Chad Bouchard from Fitchburg, MA in solo third at 3-under par 69. Six players tied for fourth at 2-under par 70.

There were 36 players, including three seniors who paid a supplemental fee. Three more one-day MLGT tournaments are scheduled next week: Monday, PGA National-Haig; Tuesday, Links at Madi... more

Terry Burke, Jimmy Lytle, and Kyle Willmann tie for 3rd with 72
Wednesday, September 22, 2010

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Vaughn Snyder of West Palm Beach scored his first MLGT victory at the Santa Lucia River Club with a six under par 66, winning by three strokes over Tim Cantwell of Palm Beach Gardens.

Snyder had seven birdies and a bogey, Cantwell six birdies, a bogey and a double bogey. Snyder earned $650, Cantwell $450, from the $2,909 purse.

Terry Burke, Jimmy Lytle, and Kyle Willmann tied for 3rd place, three shots behind Cantwell at even par 72. There were 24 players in the 90th open division tournament of the season, including four senior division players who played in both flights by paying a supplemental entry fee.

There was $160 in the skins... more

Terry Burke finishes two back with 72
Wednesday, September 22, 2010

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – Warren Jurkowitz of Aventura won the Senior Division Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour event on Wednesday at the Santa Lucia River Club.

Jurkowitz earned his second straight win in the new senior division at two under par 70 on five birdies, a bogey and a double bogey. He received $450 from a purse of $1,125. He won the senior inaugural Monday at Jacaranda Golf Club in Plantation.

Terry Burke of Bethesda, Maryland was second, two back of Jurkowitz, followed by Chris Peddicord of Palm City.

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Jim Karr shoots 70 for second place, Jeff Grygiel third with 72
Monday, September 20, 2010

PLANTATION, Fla. – Warren Jurkowitz of Aventura fired a four under par 67 Monday and won the first senior division competition conducted by the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour. Playing the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club, Jurkowitz made four birdies in a bogey-free round, three on the last seven holes. Jim Karr was second with 1-under par 70 followed by Jeff Grygiel with 72.

In select events both the senior and regular division will play from the same tees giving players 47 and older the option to enter both with an extra $125 entry fee in addition to the initial $170 payment. There were eight in the older flight with four playing in both brackets. Players 49 and older are ... more

Tom Carter finished 2 back in solo third with 71
Monday, September 20, 2010

PLANTATION, Fla. – Brian Anderson of Jupiter won the regular division at 69 with birdie on the first playoff hole after Alfredo Adrian of Tamarac hit his tee shot into the water left of the fairway. Anderson and Adrian each made four birdies and two bogeys.

When an event ends in a tie, the playoff commences immediately following the end of regulation play. Adrian, who had left the course, was not back in time. In a gracious act of sportmanship, Anderson waited 15 minutes for him to return.

Anderson received $675 from the $3,160 regular division for his 12th MLGT win, his eighth this year and second this month. Adrian earned $525. There were 26 players in the open div... more

Brett Bergeron and Tim Tupen for 3rd Place
Thursday, September 16, 2010

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach fired back-to-back seven under par 65's to win for the fifth time on the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour. Three of those wins have come since he turn pro earlier this year.

At 130 on the Estate course at PGA National, Smith edged Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens, who shot 65-66 for 131 with a bogey at the driveable par-4 17th hole Thursday when he hit his tee shot left and out of bounds. Kim put his next tee shot on the green and two-putted for bogey. He eagled the final hole.

In 36 holes, Smith had an eagle, 13 birdies and a bogey. He eagled the par-5 fifth and bogeyed the par-4 sixth during the final rou... more

Four Players Jeff Bors, Dustin Cone, Jacob Korb, and Tim Turpen finish 1 back
Monday, September 13, 2010

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens birdied the 17th hole, his fifth in seven holes, and held on Monday for his seventh victory on the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour.

Playing the South course at Fountains Country Club, Kim made two birdies and a bogey on the first 10 holes, then birdied the 11th, 12th, 14th and 15th holes, bogeyed the 16th and birdied the par-3 17th for the win, earning $750 from the $3,882 purse.

Tied for second at 68 were Jeff Bors, Dustin Cone, Tim Turpen and Jacob Korb. Only Korb finished after Kim and he missed a birdie opportunity at the 18th that would have forced a playoff.

There was $120 in the skins pot with 3 skins ou... more

Jimmy Gascoigne and Warren Jurkowitz tie for second 1 shot back
Thursday, September 09, 2010

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Eric Andrews of Syracuse, Ind., scored his first Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour victory in his second start by posting a six under par 66 Thursday on the Estate course at PGA National.

Andrews, 26, made seven birdies (Nos. 1, 5, 10, 11, 15, 17 and 18) and a bogey at the par-4 16th hole, winning by one shot over a 48-player field. He earned $950 from the $5,815 purse.

Jimmy Gascoigne and Champions Tour hopefull Warren Jurkowitz tied for second place at 5-under par 67 followed by Eric Beringer, Chris Damiano, Jim Fitzpatrick and Kyle Willmann with 68.

The MLGT returns to the Estate course for a two-day tournament Sept. 15-16 after an 1... more

Anderson & Willmann fire 7-under par 65's, Matt Torrance third 2 shots back
Wednesday, September 08, 2010

PALM CITY, Fla. – Brian Anderson of Rochester, Ill., holed a shot from left of the green on the third playoff hole to win a Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour event Wednesday at Hammock Creek.

Anderson and Kyle Willmann of Edmond, Okla., tied at seven under par 65, then halved the 10th and 11th holes with par-4s. After Anderson missed the green at the par-3 12th, he holed his wedge shot for a birdie. Willman then missed a 24-foot birdie putt.

It was Anderson’s 11th MLGT victory, five of which came in April. Willmann has five MLGT wins. Anderson earned $775, Willmann $540, from the $4,000 purse. Neither player made a bogey in 21 holes.

Matt Torrance from East... more

We will provide players at least 90 days notice when we implement the new condition of competition
Monday, September 06, 2010

The revisions to the Rules of Golf, which placed new restrictions on golf club grooves for expert players, went into effect as a condition of competition starting Jan. 1, 2010 on the PGA, Nationwide, Champions, European, and LPGA tours.

The regulations control the cross-sectional area of grooves on all clubs, with the exception of drivers and putters, and limit groove edge sharpness on clubs with lofts equal to or greater than 25 degrees, usually a 4 or 5-iron.

Our 3 main issues regarding implementation of this expert condition are:

1. Cost and availability of conforming equipment to our members

2. Reduction of field sizes due to lack of conforming equipmen... more

Mike Adamson 2nd with 62, Jimmy Lytle third with 64
Thursday, September 02, 2010

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Terry Burke of Bethesda, Md., earned his first victory on the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour with a record 10 under par 61 Thursday on the Eagle course at President Country Club. Burke, 50, birdied the first three holes, then five in a row starting at the par-4 ninth.

Coincidentally, Burke finished about 20 minutes after Mike Adamson of Stuart had posted 62 to equal the previous record set in an MLGT event in April by Brandon Smith of West Palm Beach. Adamson had to run from the parking lot to the first tee with his golf bag slung over his shoulder to make his starting time.

Overall, Burke, who has been playing on the MLGT since January, 2009, ... more

Jimmy Lytle and Richard Terga tie for second at 3-under par 69
Wednesday, September 01, 2010

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta made four consecutive birdies midway through the round and went on to a Minor League Golf Tour victory Wednesday on the Breakers Rees Jones Course. It was his eighth MLGT title since turning pro last year.

After a bogey at the par-4 second hole and a birdie at the par-3 third, O’Mahony birdied Nos. 7, 8, 9 and 10, parred the 11th, birdied the 12th and made his final birdie of the day at the 16th. At six under par 66, he won by three strokes over the 33-player field and earned $825 from the $4,290 purse.

Monday's winner Jimmy Lytle and Richard Terga tied for second at 3-under par 69 followed by Tim Can... more

The senior division Q-School contest kicks off Sept. 20th
Tuesday, August 31, 2010

The Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour is proud to announce the formation of our 47+ Senior Division. Starting September 20th, we will have 11 consecutive events that will have a separate Senior Division. The leading money winner after those 11 events will get their 2010 Champions Tour Qualifying School entry fee of $2,500 reimbursed by the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour.

After the contest ends mid-October, the Senior Division will continue to have at least 1 event per week in perpetuity.  It is our intention to work in harmony with the Treasure Coast Senior Tour to give players a year round playing option that will ... more

Terry Burke finishes one back with 68
Monday, August 30, 2010

PLANTATION, Fla. -- Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge sank a 25-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole Monday to earn his 21st Fuzion/Minor League Golf Tour win, his fourth this year.

Lytle outlasted Ben Hartman of Jupiter after they tied at five under par 67 on the West course at Jacaranda Golf Club. They halved the 10th hole with par-5s after Hartman missed a three-foot birdie putt. At the par-3 11th, Hartman left his second shot in a greenside bunker. It was his only bogey of the day.

After he bogeyed the third hole of regulation, Lytle made three birdies on each nine (Nos. 4, 6, 7, 10, 13 and 17). Hartman’s birdies were at 4, 9, 10, 11 and 16. Lytle earned $600, Ha... more

Jimmy Lytle fires final round 65 to capture second place
Friday, August 27, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta shot his third straight five under par 67 on Friday at Abacoa Golf Club to win the Sunshine State Classic on the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour.

At 201, O’Mahoney finished three strokes ahead of Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge, who closed with 65 for 204. In 54 holes, O’Mahoney made 18 birdies and three bogeys, none the second day. He birdied the par-4 11th hole all three rounds.

Q-School Contest winner Brian Anderson finished third at 11-under par.

O’Mahony earned $5,500 from the $22,500 purse. It was his fourth MLGT victory this month, his sixth since turning pro last summer soon after his victory ... more

Brian Anderson 1 back, Sunny Kim shoots 65 to get into the mix
Thursday, August 26, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. - Greg O'Mahony shot his second straight 67 to take a one shot lead over Brian Anderson (68-67) going into the final round of the second annual Sunshine State Classic.

O'Mahony made 5 birdies and no bogeys, while Anderson birdied his first three holes, made 2 at the par-3 thirteenth hole AND par-4 fourteenth hole and made one bogey on the par-5 tenth hole.  

Mike Adamson is in third at (68-69), follwed by Sunny Kim who shot the low round of the tournament Thursday posting a 7-under par 65. 

Round 2 Scores and Round 3 Teetimes  |  more

Greg O'Mahony shoots 67, Mike Adamson & Brian Anderson 2 back
Wednesday, August 25, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. - 2008 MLGT Tour Champion and 2009 leading money winner Jimmy Lytle fired and opening round 66 to tie 2010 leading money winner and Q-School Contest winer Steve LeBrun at the top of the leader board. Jimmy Lytle carded a pair of 33's with birdies at #1,2,3,10,11,13 and had no bogeys. Steve Lebrun shot 34-32, which included 7 birdies and a bogey at the last.

Greg O'Mahony (67) is one back and Mike Adamson and Brian Anderson are tied for fourth at 4-under par 68. Zac Amole shot 33 on the back nine and is by himself in sixth place at 2-under par 70.

Round 1 Scores and Round 2 Teetimes  |  more

Come Play August 25, 26 and 27 in the 2nd Annual Sunshine State Classic
Wednesday, August 25, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. -  Last month the FSGA hosted the 64th annual Florida Open Championship at Innisbrook.  It was a great venue and a fine golf tournament with the states top amateur golfers and PGA Professionals competing for the title. 

The top 3 finishers were amateurs, so 2007 Fuzion MLGT Money Leader Richard Terga earned the $12,000 first place check for his fourth place finish.  60 year old Jerry Tucker finished seventh and was the second lowest professional in the field. 

The Sunshine State Classic was born in 2009 when the FSGA took over and barred tour professionals from competing in the Florida Open Championshi... more

Brett Bergeron, Tom Carter, Steve LeBrun and Josh McCumber tie for 2nd
Monday, August 23, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. – Mike Adamson of Stuart birdied the second playoff hole Monday to win a Minor League Golf Tour event at Jupiter Country Club. Adamson sank a six-foot putt from behind the hole at the par-4 18th hole to outlast Tim Turpen of West Palm Beach after they tied at three under par 69. They had halved the par-4 first hole of the playoff.

In regulation, Adamson had five birdies and bogeyed the 18th hole for his second error of the day. It was Adamson’s third MLGT title. He earned $900 from the $5,376 purse. Turpen birdied the last three holes and had six for the day to go with three bogeys. He received $600.

Coincidentally, Turpen beat Adamson on the... more

Greg Forest shoots 69 to finish solo third
Thursday, August 19, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. – Rich Hanna of Stanardsville, Va., parred the first playoff hole Thursday at Abacoa Golf Club to win the 79th tournament of the season on the Minor League Golf Tour. He outlasted Justin Peters of Stuart after they tied at four under par 68.

Hanna, 38, two-putted from 18 feet for the victory, tapping in from two inches for his par. Peters, 33, missed his par putt from eight feet below the hole after missing a 30 footer from above the cup. Each made five birdies and a bogey. Hanna earned $775, Peters $550, from the $4,228 purse.

It was Hanna’s first MLGT start since March 9 and his second victory. He won for the first time on his second MLGT start ... more

Brett Bergeron and Derrick Bohannon tie for second at 1-under par 70
Wednesday, August 18, 2010

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Tim Turpen of West Palm Beach rolled in an across-the-green 50-foot birdie putt on the third playoff hole Wednesday to earn his 15th victory on the Fuzion-Minor League Golf Tour.

After Turpen, Ben Hartman of Jupiter and Mike Adamson of Waynesburg,Pa., tied at two under par 69 on the Eagle course at President Country Club, they halved the first hole with birdie-4s and the second with par-4s. At the par-4 third, neither Hartman nor Adamson could match Turpen’s long distance effort.

In regulation, Turpen and Hartman each made five birdies and three bogeys, Adamson seven birdies and five bogeys. Turpen earned $750 from the $3,767 purse. Hart... more

Josh McCumber (66) finishes second, Aaron Murphy third
Monday, August 16, 2010

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Nick Latimer of Brooklyn, Ohio, fired a new course record of eight under par 63 Monday to earn his third victory on the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour.

Latimer made three birdies and a bogey going out, an eagle at the 12th hole and four birdies for 30 on the inward nine. He earned $650 from the $2,790 purse.

The Dick Wilson-designed municipal course, opened in 1947, underwent extensive renovations by Mark McCumber last year. Josh McCumber was second with a five under par 66, followed by Aaron Murphy with a 4-under par 67.

The MLGT’s 77th tournament of the year drew 23 entries. Next on the schedule: Wednesday, Eagle course at Presi... more

Sunny Kim solo second with 67, Eddie Peckels third at -4 under par 68
Friday, August 13, 2010

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta fired a seven under par 65 Friday at Winston Trails Golf Club to win his third Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour title in the last 10 days and his fifth since turning pro a year ago.

O’Mahony scored four birdies and an eagle on the ninth hole to turn in 30, then added two birdies and a bogey coming back to win by two strokes. Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens was second with 67 on six birdies and a bogey followed by Eddie Peckels at four under par 68. O’Mahony earned $625 from the $2,671 purse as 22 players competed in the MLGT’s 76th tournament this year.

There was $150 in the skins pot with 5 out worth ... more

Bohannon won 4 man playoff on Monday, Brian Anderson & Taylor Cerjan tie for third place, two shots back
Wednesday, August 11, 2010

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. – Derrick Bohannon of Jensen Beach won his second Fuzion/Minor League Golf Tour tournament in as many days when he birdied the first playoff hole Wednesday to edge Jimmy Lytle of Ocean Ridge.

After they tied at six under par 66 on the Links @ Madison Green, Bohannon sank a 15 footer at the par-4 first hole for the win. Lytle had hit his second shot over the green, chipped back to within five feet but never had a chance to finish the hole.

In regulation, Bohannon birdied the17th and 18th holes to catch Lytle and made seven birdies and a bogey overall, earning $650 from the $3,035 purse. Lytle had six birdies, his last coming at No. 17. He receiv... more

Derrick Bohannon, Kyle Willmann, Steve LeBrun, and Tim Tupen playoff
Tuesday, August 10, 2010

LAKE WORTH, Fla.—Derrick Bohannon of Jensen Beach hit his 3rd shot (pictured above) to 6 inches and made a 12 foot birdie putt on the second extra hole Tuesday to win a four-man playoff and score his 15th victory on the Minor League Golf Tour, his third this year.

Bohannon outlasted Kyle Willman of Edmond, Olka., and Steve LeBrun and Tim Turpen, both of West Palm Beach, after they tied at four under par 67 on the West course at Fountains Country Club. LeBrun and Turpen were eliminated with par-5s on the first playoff hole. After he birdied from 30 feet at the first hole, Willman missed from 10 feet at the par-4 second.

In regulation, Bohannon made... more

Tim Turpen & Sunny Kim play for all the marbles
Thursday, August 05, 2010

PLANTATION, Fla. - Greg O'Mahony of Tequesta and Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens were both winners Thursday in a Minor League Golf Tour tournament at Jacaranda Golf Club.

O'Mahony fired a six under par 66 on the West course to earn his second straight MLGT victory and his fourth since turning pro last fall. He made seven birdies, four straight starting at the third hole, and had one bogey, at No. 8, earning $900 from the $4,702 purse. On Tuesday at Abacoa Golf Club in Jupiter, O'Mahony also shot 66, winning a playoff and also pocketing $900.

In the closest Q-School contest to date, Tim Turpen and Sunny Kim started the final day only $3.08 apart, with Kyle Willmann needing ... more

Sunny Kim & Kyle Willmann tie for third
Tuesday, August 03, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. – Greg O’Mahony of Tequesta birdied his second extra hole Tuesday to earn his third Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour victory. He outlasted Brian Anderson of Rochester, Ill., after they tied at six under par 66 at Abacoa Golf Club.

In the playoff O’Mahony found himself in the lip of the right fairway bunker. He exploded out, then got up and down for par from 65 yards out with his conforming 55 degree wedge. Anderson rolled his birdie putt to within inches and they halved the first playoff hole with par-4s. After Anderson hit his second shot into the water at the par-5 second, O’Mahony hit his second shot on the green and two-putted from 20 feet fo... more

Brett Bergeron, Pierre-Henri Soero & Brandon Lee tie for 2nd
Monday, August 02, 2010

PALM CITY, Fla. – Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach eagled the 17th hole Monday at Hammock Creek to clinch his 24th Fuzion/Minor League Golf Tour victory, his 12th this year. After his only bogey of the day at the first hole, LeBrun rallied with three birdies on each nine before the decisive eagle. At 65, he won by a stroke.

The MLGT’s 71st tournament of the year drew 30 players and returned $3,645 in prize money. LeBrun received $750.

Brett Bergeron or LaPlace, La., tied for second place with Brandon Lee of Fort Myers, and Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens at 6-under par 66. Bergeron won the first of 7 Fuzion/MLGT Q-School Contests in June of last year.more

Mike Adamson, Jimmy Lytle, Brad Klapprott and Steve LeBrun tie for 2nd
Wednesday, July 28, 2010

WELLINGTON, Fla. – Kyle Willman of Palm City broke the course record by four shots Wednesday at The Wanderers Club with a 10 under par 62 to earn his fifth Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour victory.

Willman, 30, birdied all four par-3 holes, three of which played longer than 200 yards long. Overall, he made five birdies on each nine, at Nos. 2, 3, 5, 6 and 9, and at 11, 12, 13, 15 and 17. The par-3s are the third, the short fifth, 11 and 15.

Willman won his first MLGT start on Feb. 15, 2008, and has four victories this year. He received $825 from the $4,605 purse, raising his career earnings to $15,950.

There were 38 starters in the MLGT’s 70th tournament o... more

Josh McCumber, Steve LeBrun and Tim Turpen tie for second
Tuesday, July 27, 2010

ROYAL PALM CITY, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens birdied the par-4 18th hole both days as he won his second straight Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour event Tuesday at the Links @ Madison Green.

The 21-year-old Kim scored 66-64—130 with 14 birdies in two days as well as, all on Tuesday, an eagle at the par-4 third hole and two bogeys. He earned $2,000 from the $10,255 purse. Kim now has seven victories since joining the MLGT in October, 2006. He received $900 for his victory last Thursday at Indian Spring CC, Boynton Beach, and ranks second in the fifth Q-School contest of the season with $3,737.50 to Tim Turpen’s $3,829.

There are four 18-hole tournam... more

Matt Donovan, Jimmy Lytle, and Kyle Willmann 2 back
Monday, July 26, 2010

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. - Q-School contest leader Tim Turpen fired an opening round 63 on Monday to take a two shot lead going into the final round of the July 2-Day event @ The Links at Madison Green.  Turpen's 63 was one better than the previous course record 64 set twice by 20+ time FuZion MLGT winner Justin Hicks, who has gone on to win twice on the Nationwide Tour.

Matt Donovan, Kyle Willmann, and 2009 leading money winner Jimmy Lytle are two shots back at 7-under par (65) followed closely by Sunny Kim & Steve LeBrun at 6-under, and Josh McCumber who posted a 5-under par 67.  Thirteen of the 39 players competing in the tournament broke 70 ... more

Alexis follows up T10 Finish at Women's US OPEN with near miss in France
Sunday, July 25, 2010

Evian-les-Bains, FRANCE -  Fifteen year old Alexis Thompson fired a final round 67 to finish in a tie for second at the Evian Masters in France.  Thomson, playing in her third event as a professional, earned $242,711.  Earlier this month Alexis finished T10 at the US Women's Open.

Alexis played in a 1-Day FuZion MLGT event last year, getting it to 3-under par and a share of the lead through nine holes, eventually finishing T8.

Congratulations, Alexis!

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David Smith and Tim Tupen tie for 2nd at 5-under par 67
Thursday, July 22, 2010

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens eagled the first hole Thursday and went on to shoot seven under par 65 and earn his sixth victory on the Fuzion/Minor League Golf Tour.

After his quick start, Kim, 21, added seven birdies (Nos. 6, 7, 8, 10, 12,15 and 16) and two bogeys at two and eighteen on the East course at Indian Spring Country Club. He earned $900 from the $4,847 purse, raising his career earnings to $38,255 since he joined the MLGT in October, 2006.

Tim Turpen, was in a playoff Monday (finishing second), won yesterday, and tied for second here with David Smith of Ruston, LA after they both shot 67. Turpen earned $2,200 this week, vaulting hi... more

Turpen, who lost in playoff on Monday, wins with birdie on first extra hole
Wednesday, July 21, 2010

PLANTATION, Fla. – Tim Turpen of West Palm Beach birdied the first playoff hole Wednesday to score his 14th victory on the FuZion MLG Tour. Turpen edged Brett Bergeron of LaPlace, La., and Dion Gonsalves of Pembroke Pines after they tied at three under par 68 on the East course at Jacaranda Golf Club.

At the par-4 16th hole, Turpen hit his second shot to within five feet. Then when Bergeron had to punch out from the trees and eventually made a five footer for par, and Gonsalves missed his 15 footer for birdie, Turpen claimed his third FuZion MLGT title this year. He earned $950from the $5,667 purse. Bergeron and Gonsalves each got $562.50. Bergeron has 19 career MLGT wins, G... more

Korb wins playoff on first extra hole over Tim Turpen, picks up 3rd MLGT Victory
Monday, July 19, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. – Jacob Korb of Jupiter won his second straight Fuzion/Minor League Golf Tour event Monday. Both have come in playoffs after he shot 66 in regulation play.

On Monday at Abacoa Golf Club, Korb beat Tim Turpen of West Palm Beach with par on the first playoff hole, sinking a five footer moments after Turpen did not convert his par putt from seven feet.

Last Friday, Korb, 30, outlasted Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens with par on the second extra hole at Winston Trails Golf Club, Lake Worth. He has earned $1,950 for the two victories, his second and third on the MLGT since August, 2007, and now leads the Q-School Contest 5 money list. If he remains atop the ... more

Korb wins playoff on second extra hole, Kim Qualified for PGA Tour event last week
Friday, July 16, 2010

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Jacob Korb of Jupiter parred the second playoff hole to outlast Sunny Kim of Palm Beach Gardens and earn a Minor League Golf Tour victory Friday at Winston Trails Golf Club. After they tied at six under par 66, Korb and Kim matched birdie-3s at the first extra hole. Kim, who qualified for the PGA Tour's John Deere Classic last week, hit a tree on his second shot from the right rough at the par-4 second and eventually was facing a putt for bogey when Korb two-putted for par and the win.

Each player made six birdies in regulation, three on each nine. The only bogey between them was Kim’s in the playoff. It was Korb’s second MLGT title. ... more

Klapprott, LeBrun, and Victor Leoni shoot 5-under par 67
Wednesday, July 14, 2010

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Brad Klapprott of Lakeland birdied the third extra hole Wednesday for his third victory on the FuZion Minor League Golf Tour. Klapprott outlasted Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach and Victor Leoni of Miami after they tied at five under par 67 on the Estate course at PGA National.

Leoni, playing in one of the early groups, did not wait through several rain and lightning delays and was not available for the playoff. Klapprott and LeBrun matched par-4s on the first extra hole and birdie-3s on the second. At the par-3 third, Klapprott birdied from three feet after LeBrun missed a 20 footer.

In regulation, Klapprott made an eagle, four birdi... more

Soero is a member of the tours new title sponsor FuZion Golf tour staff
Monday, July 12, 2010

LAKE WORTH, Fla. – Pierre-Henri Soero of Palm Beach Gardens posted a course record 11 under par 61 Monday to earn the victory as the Fuzion Minor League Golf Tour resumed its seventh season after a 17-day summer break.  His 61 tied the tour record shot by 2009 Q-School contest winner Justin Peters on September 23rd, 2008 at The Florida Club.

Playing the South course at Fountains Country Club, Soero, 27, bogeyed the par-4 third hole, eagled the par-5 12th and added five birdies on each nine: Nos. 1, 4, 5, 7, 8, and 13, 14, 15, 16 and 18. He won by five strokes.

It was Soero’s second MLGT victory, the first coming March 17, 2008, at Woodmont Country Cl... more

The same club fitting and technical analysis that is available to the top players in the world is now available to you
Friday, July 09, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. – Shootpar Enterprises, LLC the parent company of The Minor League Golf Tour is proud to announce our new tour title sponsor, FuZion Golf.  "FuZion Golf is exactly what we were looking for in a title sponsor," says Jay Slazinski,  owner and founder of The MLGT.  "Our members will now have world class analysis and fitting available to them at the FuZion Golf Performance Studio in Jupiter, Florida and at select events.  When you add FuZion to our PGA Tour Q-School contests, year round schedule, top courses, strong competition, 50% payout, professional staff and promotion, you end up with a tour that any player without status should play."

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A letter from our new title sponsor, FuZion Golf.
Friday, July 09, 2010

Welcome to the NEW FuZion Golf Tour!

We are very excited to become the title sponsor of the tour and are looking forward to meeting and working with all of the returning and new members.

It is important for us to be part of an organization that is passionate about growing the game of golf and running organized and well-planned events. A tour that allows professionals to stay sharp and that allows amateurs to test their game against professionals and grow their game to the next level.

We will continue to look towards the future of the FuZion Golf Tour and hopefully add more events like the Q-School contests. Be on the lookout for the FuZion Golf Tou... more

Brian Anderson finishes second, 4 shots back
Thursday, June 24, 2010

JUPITER, Fla. – Steve LeBrun of West Palm Beach eagled the par-5 10th hole for the second day in a row and won a Minor League Golf Tour event by four strokes Thursday at Abacoa Golf Club.

LeBrun shot 66-68—134 to earn his 23rd career MLGT title, his 11th this year, fourth this month and second this week. His first MLGT victory was on Sept. 11, 2007, at Winston Trails GC, Lake Worth. LeBrun also had 10 birdies overall and one bogey each round. One of three players to shoot 66 Wednesday for the early lead, he received $2,000 from the $10,320 purse.

There were 38 starters for the MLGT’s 62nd tournament this year and 628th since beginning in August, 2004. Aft... more

   
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