FARMINGTON — Brian Larsen’s face could not contain his smile as he talked about his hole-in-one Monday afternoon. “It curved to the left, and it barely went in,” said Larsen, 37. “I just couldn’t believe it.”
Dustin Volk shot a first round 66 and followed it up with a final round 70
to holds off “white hot” Chris Moody (137) to win the $3000 first place
check. Rounding off the top ten…
The Utah Section PGA proudly displays the Governor’s Cup on Trophy Row. Utah Section Professionals were able to retain the “Cup” over the best efforts of this years Utah Amateur team. The
Utah Section Officers, Members, and Staff congratulate Captain Chris Moody and his team for their excellent play. Although the results from this and other recent Governor’s Cup Matches may
The Utah Governors was played on Wednesday at Promontory Golf Club in Park City, Utah. Promontory was a great site for the event offering the Nicklaus Painted Desert Golf Course for the morning alternate shot format and the Pete Dye Course for the afternoon matches.
The Section Professionals got off to a quick start in the morning alternate shot matches. The senior teams from the PGA continued their dominance in the Governor’s Cup event. Jimmy Blair teamed with Roy Christensen to win 4 & 2 while Brad Stone
Hidden amongst the flurry of the 2011 Siegfried & Jensen Utah Open and a bevy of club events are some the Utah Sections’ best community golf efforts! By the time our members host their club championships and invitational events, plus slip in a couple of playing opportunities, there is little time left to donate toward supporting golf growth activities.
The Utah Open has been a Utah Golf Tradition since 1926. When Eddie Morrison won the first event at the old Salt Lake CC. The 2011 Siegfried & Jensen Utah Open continues the tradition with an exciting venue of activities during tournament week.
In the eight year history of the Utah State Senior Open an amateur golfer has never won the championship- until now. Poulson paired a couple of 68’s for a two round total of 136 (8 under par) to win the championship.
The Utah Section PGA and Salt Lake City Golf Division teamed up to create one of the most exciting Junior events of the season. This year the event was named after long time PGA member Tom Sorenson who has given s much to the game of golf, especially through juniors.
Nearly 35 years later, Reid Goodliffe is still somewhat sheepish about telling the story of how a banker became a golf professional. Whatever resentment existed then is long gone now. Whether the gauge is Utah Section PGA annual awards, the respect of his fellow pros or the admiration of golfers, Goodliffe has more