Scott Hebert Secures Spot in the 99th PGA Championship

Congratulations Scott Hebert!

Scott Hebert

SUNRIVER, OR – June 19: Scott Hebert hits his tee shot on the 14th hole during Round Two of the 50th PGA Professional Championship held at Meadows Course at Sunriver Resort on June 19, 2017 in Sunriver, Oregon. (Photo by Traci Edwards/PGA of America)

 

Hebert shot 2-over for 289 at the 2017 PGA Professional Championship and secured a spot with the top 20 PGA Professionals at the 99th PGA Championship, August 10-13, at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina. Hebert, the 48 year old Head Professional at Traverse City Golf and Country Club, will be making his fifth career PGA Championship appearance (2007, ’08, ’09, ’10, ‘17) at Quail Hollow.


Omar Uresti Leads Contingent of 20 PGA Club Professionals to Play the 99th PGA Championship

By John Dever
PGA of America

SUNRIVER, ORE. (June 21, 2017) – Omar Uresti of Austin, Texas, who won the 2017 PGA Professional Championship in a playoff on Wednesday, will lead a contingent of 20 PGA Professionals to the 99th PGA Championship, August 10-13, at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina.

A 48-year-old PGA Life Member, Uresti will be playing in his third consecutive PGA Championship after edging Dave McNabb of Newark, Delaware on the second playoff hole at Crosswater Club.

Uresti’s string of three straight PGA Championship berths is tied with Matt Dobyns of Glen Head, New York for the longest active streak among PGA Club Professionals. Dobyns (2012, ’15-17) will be playing in his fourth PGA Championship this August.

McNabb, the PGA Head Professional at Applewood Golf Club in Malvern, Pennsylvania will be making his third career PGA Championship appearance (2013, ’14, ‘17) at Quail Hollow.

By earning a trip to Quail Hollow, Mike Small of Champaign, Illinois punched the 10th PGA Championship ticket of his career, first since 2013.

Stuart Deane of Arlington, Texas and David Muttitt of Albuquerque, New Mexico earned the final two PGA Championship exemptions available this week, as they emerged from a tense eight-player playoff.

For Muttitt, it was the second straight year he emerged with a PGA Championship exemption via a playoff after the PGA Professional Championship.

Eight of the 20 PGA Club Professionals at Quail Hollow in August will be making their PGA Championship debuts.

PLAYER

HOMETOWN

CLUB/FACILITY

PGA SECTION

PGA CHAMPIONSHIP EXPERIENCE

Alex Beach

Summit, N.J.

Baltusrol G.C.

New Jersey

None

Rich Berberian Jr.

Hooksett, N.H.

Vesper C.C.

New England

2016

Jamie Broce

Ottawa Hills, Ohio

College Coach

Northern Ohio

2014

Paul Claxton

Claxton, Ga.

PGA Life Member

Georgia

None

Stuart Deane

Arlington, Texas

University of Texas-Arlington

Northern Texas

2014

Matt Dobyns

Glen Head, N.Y.

Fresh Meadow C.C.

Metropolitan

2012, ’15, ’16

Greg Gregory

Joshua, Texas

Hidden Creek G.C.

Northern Texas

None

Jaysen Hansen

Solon, Ohio

Beechmont C.C.

Northern Ohio

None

Scott Hebert

Traverse City, Mich.

Traverse City G.&C.C.

Michigan

2007, ’08, ’09, ’10

Dave McNabb

Newark, Del.

Applewood G.C.

Philadelphia

2013, ’14

Chris Moody

Provo, Utah

Riverside C.C.

Utah

None

David Muttitt

Albuquerque, N.M.

Los Altos, G.C.

Sun Country

2013, ’16

Rod Perry

Port Orange, Fla.

Crane Lakes G.&C.C.

North Florida

2012, ’13, ’14, ’16

Kenny Pigman

Norco, Calif.

Goose Creek G.C.

Southern California

None

Adam Rainaud

Chester, Conn.

Winged Foot G.C.

Metropolitan

2015

Mike Small

Champaign, Ill.

University of Illinois

Illinois

2004-07, ’09-13

Brian Smock

Coronado, Calif.

Coronado G.C.

Southern California

None

Omar Uresti

Austin, Texas

PGA Life Member

Southern Texas

2015, ’16

Ryan Vermeer

Omaha, Neb.

Tiburon G.C.

Nebraska

None

J.J. Wood

Houston

Golf Performance Group

Southern Texas

None

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