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From the Middle Atlantic PGA

Kinloch head professional Gebhard & amateur partner Giles win Club Car Pro-President

Mike Gebhard, PGA of Kinloch Golf Club along with legendary amateur golfer and MAPGA Hall of Famer Vinny Giles claimed fi rst place in the gross division of the 2013 MAPGA Club Car Pro- President supported by WeatherBug and Polo Golf. The winning net team was Paul Michaelian, PGA and John Gibson of Princess Anne Country Club in Virginia Beach. Now in its 55th year, the MAPGA

Pro-President is a unique “Member-Guest” event for MAPGA Professionals where they have the opportunity to entertain their golf facility’s Club President/Owner/ Representative on one of the mid-Atlantic region’s fi nest golf courses.

photo: Bob Fikac (club car), Mike Gebhard, MAPGA President John Malinowski, Vinny Giles Celebrate family golf this summer

Many golf courses in the mid- Atlantic region are encouraging families to play golf this summer. Visit and click on FAMILY GOLF

to fi nd participating facilities near you that are offering “Kids Play Free” programs and many other family focused events.

MAPGA Junior Golf News

Junior PGA Championship coming to Trump National – Washington D.C.

One of the largest junior golf tournaments in the U.S. is coming to the mid-Atlantic region on July 30-August 2, 2013. The Junior PGA Championship presented by Under Armour and Hotel Fitness welcomes one boy and one girl competitor from each of the 41 PGA Section qualifi ers as well as some of the top U.S. and international junior golf- ers. The MAPGA qualifi er for this event will be held on July 2-3, 2013 at Evergreen Country Club in Haymarket, VA. This is an invitational event and interested junior golfers may inquire with MAPGA Junior Golf Director Bob Heintz –; (540) 720-7420.

Volunteers and committee chairs are also needed for this event. For committee chair positions, please contact PGA Head Professional John Valder at Trump National – (703) 444-4801. Other volunteer posi- tions may be secured by visiting

MAPGA Junior Tour presented by HITT Contracting and Lindsay Automotive Group

Spots are fi lling up fast for this popular summer golf

tour. Events that are still open in the Central Virginia area in- clude: Richmond Country Club (June 17th); Kiskiak Golf Club (July 12th); and Jefferson Lakeside CC (July 25th);

Please visit for more information. 22Virginia Golf Report •

Spring 2013 • MAPGA selects Murray the gopher as mascot

He once was a lonely gopher headcover, but now he is “Murray” the MAPGA Mascot. Follow Murray on the MAPGA Facebook page and watch for

new posts in the “Adventures of Murray” photo album. You never know where he will pop up next.


Trump National Golf Club | Potomac Falls, VA July 30 – August 2, 2013

You’re invited to volunteer for the 38th Junior PGA Championship! All volunteer committee assignments will be made on a first-come, first-serve basis.

This National Championship will have a starting field of 156 boys & girls from over 40 states and a few countries. Sign-up early to secure your position on a choice committee!

For a complete list of available committees and access to the official 38th Junior PGA Championship Volunteer Application, please visit to create your account and complete the application.

Some of the key committees we need help with are: Marshals/Spotters, Player Shuttles, Evacuation, Scoring & Leaderboards. Consider volunteering for a day or as long as your time permits. Flexible times and days are available.

If you would prefer to complete a paper application, please call the Trump National Golf Club Washington D.C. Golf Shop at (703) 444-4802 or stop by the shop accordingly. Registration deadline is June 14.

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