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Sub-Regional Qualifier
Event Completed

SentryWorld

601 Michigan Ave N, Stevens Point, WI 54481
Aug 5, 2021
The Path to the National Finals
  1. Local Qualifier
    6 Local Qualifiers
  2. Sub-Regional Qualifier
    Event Completed
    Stevens Point, WI 54481
    Aug 5, 2021
  3. Regional Qualifier
    Event Completed
    Medinah, IL 60157
    Sep 11, 2021

Leaderboard

Participant
1 dcp-logo-no-words.png Kirke Riley
Qualified
  1. 20
  2. 35
  3. 45
  4. 100
2 dcp-logo-no-words.png Ilya Khan
Qualified
  1. 15
  2. 41
  3. 31
  4. 87
3 dcp-logo-no-words.png Rex Lawton
Alternate
  1. 10
  2. 26
  3. 36
  4. 72
4 dcp-logo-no-words.png Garrett Vils
Alternate
  1. 8
  2. 17
  3. 46
  4. 71
5 dcp-logo-no-words.png Henry Siegert
  1. 19
  2. 12
  3. 40
  4. 71
6 dcp-logo-no-words.png Rory Schubert
  1. 9
  2. 26
  3. 31
  4. 66
7 dcp-logo-no-words.png Blake Germanson
  1. 5
  2. 18
  3. 40
  4. 63
8 dcp-logo-no-words.png Harrison Dahl
  1. 5
  2. 18
  3. 35
  4. 58
9 dcp-logo-no-words.png Jordy Johnsen
  1. 3
  2. 21
  3. 31
  4. 55
10 dcp-logo-no-words.png Levi Rupnow
  1. 2
  2. 12
  3. 40
  4. 54
11 dcp-logo-no-words.png Jase Aken
  1. 15
  2. 17
  3. 21
  4. 53
12 dcp-logo-no-words.png John Zurfluh
  1. 3
  2. 22
  3. 26
  4. 51
13 dcp-logo-no-words.png Todd Nelson III
  1. 6
  2. 3
  3. 41
  4. 50
14 dcp-logo-no-words.png Levi Voss
  1. 14
  2. 3
  3. 31
  4. 48
15 dcp-logo-no-words.png Hudsen Richartz
  1. 12
  2. 3
  3. 31
  4. 46
16 dcp-logo-no-words.png Max Kreuser
  1. 10
  2. 7
  3. 20
  4. 37
17 dcp-logo-no-words.png Owen Jacobs
  1. 0
  2. 12
  3. 21
  4. 33
18 dcp-logo-no-words.png Nelson Gander
  1. 6
  2. 4
  3. 13
  4. 23

Pairing Results

127 results
1 9:00 AM Boys 7 - 9
Harrison Dahl
2 9:02 AM Boys 7 - 9
Jase Aken
3 9:04 AM Boys 7 - 9
Rex Lawton
4 9:06 AM Boys 7 - 9
Max Kreuser
5 9:08 AM Boys 7 - 9
Hudsen Richartz
6 9:10 AM Boys 7 - 9
Owen Jacobs
7 9:12 AM Boys 7 - 9
Rory Schubert
8 9:14 AM Boys 7 - 9
Levi Voss
9 9:16 AM Boys 7 - 9
Kirke Riley
10 9:18 AM Boys 7 - 9
Henry Siegert
11 9:20 AM Boys 7 - 9
Jordy Johnsen
12 9:22 AM Boys 7 - 9
Levi Rupnow
13 9:24 AM Boys 7 - 9
Nelson Gander
14 9:26 AM Boys 7 - 9
Blake Germanson
15 9:28 AM Boys 7 - 9
Ilya Khan
16 9:30 AM Boys 7 - 9
Garrett Vils
17 9:32 AM Boys 7 - 9
John Zurfluh
18 9:34 AM Boys 7 - 9
Todd Nelson III
19 9:42 AM Girls 7 - 9
Corrine Tamlyn
20 9:44 AM Girls 7 - 9
Kierstin Tomashek
21 9:46 AM Girls 7 - 9
Eliana Frey
22 9:48 AM Girls 7 - 9
Liesel Suralski
23 9:50 AM Girls 7 - 9
Avery Mohns
24 9:52 AM Girls 7 - 9
Felicity Flynn
25 9:54 AM Girls 7 - 9
Isabel Watry
26 9:56 AM Girls 7 - 9
Adysen Loiz
27 9:58 AM Girls 7 - 9
Lucy McMenomy
28 10:00 AM Girls 7 - 9
Brayleigh Zavernik
29 10:07 AM Boys 10 - 11
Nicklaus Konkel
30 10:09 AM Boys 10 - 11
Andrew Leslie
31 10:11 AM Boys 10 - 11
Maxwell Brandrup
32 10:13 AM Boys 10 - 11
Keegan Krull
33 10:15 AM Boys 10 - 11
Brayden Olson
34 10:17 AM Boys 10 - 11
Tavish Sidhu
35 10:19 AM Boys 10 - 11
Thomas Durkin Iv
36 10:21 AM Boys 10 - 11
Eli Horne
37 10:23 AM Boys 10 - 11
Mitchell Shroyer
38 10:25 AM Boys 10 - 11
Liam Banaszewski
39 10:27 AM Boys 10 - 11
Isa Khan
40 10:29 AM Boys 10 - 11
Jack Busching
41 10:31 AM Boys 10 - 11
Benjamin Klarner
42 10:33 AM Boys 10 - 11
Hudson Martin
43 10:35 AM Boys 10 - 11
Dylan Cannon
44 10:37 AM Boys 10 - 11
William Bauman
45 10:39 AM Boys 10 - 11
Anders Bjerke
46 10:41 AM Boys 10 - 11
Brady DeLeeuw
47 10:49 AM Girls 10 - 11
Alyssa Stelow
48 10:51 AM Girls 10 - 11
Cecelia Lucke
49 10:53 AM Girls 10 - 11
Violet Hoff
50 10:55 AM Girls 10 - 11
Emerson Rubo
1 of 3
126 results
2 9:02 AM Boys 7 - 9
Jase Aken
115 1:47 PM Girls 14 - 15
Ava Banaszewski
38 10:25 AM Boys 10 - 11
Liam Banaszewski
44 10:37 AM Boys 10 - 11
William Bauman
77 12:13 PM Boys 12 - 13
Owen Berg
85 12:35 PM Girls 12 - 13
Adelaide Bezemek
45 10:39 AM Boys 10 - 11
Anders Bjerke
102 1:15 PM Boys 14 - 15
Cooper Bjerke
106 1:23 PM Boys 14 - 15
Thomas Bobinski
127 2:11 PM Girls 14 - 15
Kaitlyn Bohl
31 10:11 AM Boys 10 - 11
Maxwell Brandrup
71 12:01 PM Boys 12 - 13
Trent Breitbach
103 1:17 PM Boys 14 - 15
Carter Broten
112 1:35 PM Boys 14 - 15
Connor Burant
80 12:19 PM Boys 12 - 13
Charlie Burgett
95 12:55 PM Girls 12 - 13
Grace Burgett
40 10:29 AM Boys 10 - 11
Jack Busching
43 10:35 AM Boys 10 - 11
Dylan Cannon
84 12:33 PM Girls 12 - 13
Gisela Cano
59 11:13 AM Girls 10 - 11
Peyton Cooper
89 12:43 PM Girls 12 - 13
Emma Cunningham
1 9:00 AM Boys 7 - 9
Harrison Dahl
111 1:33 PM Boys 14 - 15
Tyler Debruyckere
46 10:41 AM Boys 10 - 11
Brady DeLeeuw
110 1:31 PM Boys 14 - 15
Bryce Diekfuss
119 1:55 PM Girls 14 - 15
Emma Dries
116 1:49 PM Girls 14 - 15
Payton Dudra
35 10:19 AM Boys 10 - 11
Thomas Durkin Iv
24 9:52 AM Girls 7 - 9
Felicity Flynn
125 2:07 PM Girls 14 - 15
Trinity Flynn
21 9:46 AM Girls 7 - 9
Eliana Frey
13 9:24 AM Boys 7 - 9
Nelson Gander
118 1:53 PM Girls 14 - 15
Ella Gelb
124 2:05 PM Girls 14 - 15
Megan Gelb
14 9:26 AM Boys 7 - 9
Blake Germanson
88 12:41 PM Girls 12 - 13
Madelyn Gicius
90 12:45 PM Girls 12 - 13
Haley Hasbargen
76 12:11 PM Boys 12 - 13
Matti Heikkinen
100 1:11 PM Boys 14 - 15
Drew Hickinbotham
49 10:53 AM Girls 10 - 11
Violet Hoff
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How to Get There

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SentryWorld

601 Michigan Ave N, Stevens Point, WI 54481
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What to Expect

Drive, Chip and Putt is open to boys and girls ages 7-15. Boys and girls will compete in separate divisions in four age categories: 7-9 years old; 10-11 years old; 12-13 years old; and 14-15 years old.

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COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols

  • Keeping the health and safety of participants and everyone involved as the most important concern, all qualifying events will follow careful protocols to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 transmission. These include guidelines established by public health authorities. Please carefully read these guidelines before attending your Drive, Chip and Putt Qualifier.

Competition Overview

  • Each participant will compete in all three skills (Drive, Chip and Putt).
  • Participants will attempt three shots per skill, for a total of nine shots. Participants accumulate points per shot in all three skills.
  • The champion in each individual skill competition will be determined by the participant with the most points accumulated in that particular skill.
  • The overall champion in each age category will be determined by the participant with the most points accumulated between all three skills.

Drive Skill

  • Each participant will attempt three drives from the same teeing area.
  • All drives will be played to a 40-yard wide grid and the ball must come to rest in the grid to score points.

Chip Skill

  • Each participant will attempt three chips from the same location approximately 10-15 yards from the hole.
  • All chips will be measured and scored from the center of the hole with lines clearly marking the scoring rings.

Putt Skill

  • Each participant will attempt three total putts, with one attempt from each of the following distances: 6’, 15’ and 30’.
  • All putts will be measured and scored from the center of the hole with lines clearly marking the scoring rings.

Awards

  • Prizes will be awarded to individual skill champions as well as overall champions for boys and girls in each age category.

Tee Times and Additional Information

  • Tee times and any additional information needed for the qualifier will be shared via email communication after the close of registration.

Starting Times

Event Tee Times begin at 9am CT

To be published soon. Check back!

Practice Areas & What to Expect on Arrival

Details

There will be designated areas to practice full swings, chipping and putting. The full-swing area may be limited to irons only. Please plan accordingly or may other arrangements. 

Alternate Policy

Procedure

Individuals that placed 4th or 5th in his or her age and gender division, are the 1st and 2nd alternates, respectively. 

If one of the participants that placed 1st, 2nd or 3rd overall from Local Qualifier ABC withdraws, the 1st alternate is contacted from the same Local Qualifier ABC. If the 1st alternate cannot attend, the 2nd alternate is contacted. Alternates must be from the same local qualifier as the individual who withdrew. 

**Alternates are notified via phone first and email second. We wait to hear confirmation either way before contacting the second alternate. 

If neither alternates are available, the field stands as is. If you as the alternate are not contacted before 5pm the night prior to the event, the field stands as is. There are no day-of alternates allowed. 

Food and Beverage

PJ's Restaurant at Sentry World

At Sentry World, PJ's Restaurant opens at 11am. It is generally very busy, so reservations are highly recommended. Any walk-in table requests may experience high wait times and there is not a walk-up, short order food option on property at this time. Please plan accordingly. 

More online here:  https://www.sentryworld.com/dining/pjs

Rules

The Drive, Chip and Putt Executive Committee, its agents and subordinate organizers, reserve the right to make rulings and recommendations regarding the Drive, Chip and Putt competition.

Click here to view the Rules and Regulations in their entirety.

General Overview

  • Drive, Chip and Putt is open to boys and girls ages 7-15. Boys and girls compete in separate divisions in four age categories: 7-9 years old; 10-11 years old; 12-13 years old; and 14-15 years old.
  • Participants will be grouped based on their age as of the National Finals. Participants must be at least 7 years of age, and may not be older than 15 years of age, on the date of the National Finals.
  • All participants will be expected to show proof of age should they advance to Regional Qualifying. Failure to provide a birth certificate or proper form of age verification at the appropriate time will result in that participant being ineligible to compete.
  • Participants may register to compete in only one local qualifier. Competing in more than one local qualifier will result in the automatic disqualification of that participant.
  • All participants must conform to the USGA Rules of Amateur Status. Participation in Drive, Chip and Putt will in no way affect a participant's amateur status.
  • The participant's clubs and golf balls must conform with the requirements set forth in the Rules of Golf.

Scoring and Competing

  • Each participant will compete in all three skills (Drive, Chip and Putt).
  • Participants will attempt three shots per skill, for a total of nine shots.
  • Participants will accumulate points in each skill (maximum of 75 points per skill). The participant with the highest number of points in an individual skill will be declared the winner of the skill in his or her age category. The participant with the highest point total in all three skills combined (maximum of 225 points) will be declared the overall champion of his or her age category.
  • Ties in the individual skills will be broken by first comparing the point values for each participant's third attempt in the skill, then the second attempt and finally the first attempt, if necessary. If the participants are still tied, they will share the appropriate place.
  • At local and subregional qualifying, ties in the overall competition will be broken by first comparing the cumulative point total of all three putt attempts. If the cumulative putt point total is the same, compare the point values for each participant's third putt attempt, then second putt attempt and finally the first putt attempt, if necessary. If the tie is still not broken, repeat the same process by using the chip skill next, and finally the drive skill, if necessary. If the participants are still tied, they will share the appropriate place.
  • At regional qualifying, in the case of a tie in the overall score, a playoff shall commence to determine the player advancing to the National Finals. This playoff shall include a single stroke at each of the skills (Drive, Chip and Putt).
  • From each local qualifier, up to three participants in each age/gender group move on to the subregional event. From each subregional qualifier, the top two participants in each age/gender group qualify to move on to the regional event. At each regional qualifier, one participant in each age/gender group will qualify for the Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals at Augusta National Golf Club.

The Drive, Chip and Putt Executive Committee reserves the right to adjust the total number of participants that advance per qualifying site.

Rules Decisions

  • In coordination with the Drive, Chip and Putt Executive Committee, all on-site decisions made by the host PGA Section staff and PGA Professionals administering local, subregional and regional qualifiers are considered final.

Drive Skill Overview

  1. 40-yard wide grid - all shots must come to rest in the grid to score points.
  2. Flags, lines, ropes or signs indicate boundaries on both sides of the grid.
  3. A ball coming to rest on a boundary lines is considered in bounds.
  4. A ball coming to rest on a scoring line will be scored in the longer of the two scoring grids.
  5. In the event of a tie, the participant's third drive will serve as the tiebreaker (followed by the second drive and then first drive, if necessary). If a tie still exists, the participants share the appropriate place.

Drive Skill Point System

PointsDistancePointsDistance
125 yards or less14190-200 yards
225-50 yards15200-210 yards
350-75 yard16210-220 yards
475-100 yards17220-230 yards
5100-110 yards18230-240 yards
6110-120 yards19240-250 yards
7120-130 yards20250-260 yards
8130-140 yards21260-270 yards
9140-150 yards22270-280 yards
10150-160 yards23280-290 yards
11160-170 yards24290-300 yards
12170-180 yards25300+ yards
13180-190 yards

Chip Skill Overview

  1. Each participant will attempt three chips at the scoring hole. All chips will be measured from the center of the hole using clearly marked scoring rings.
  2. A ball coming to rest on a scoring line will be scored in the higher of the two point rings.
  3. In the event of a tie, the participant's third chip will serve as a tiebreaker (followed by the second chip and then first chip, if necessary). If a tie still exists, the participants share the appropriate place.
  4. Use of a putter is not allowed in the chip skill. Participants may only use a lofted iron or wood club for this skill. A "chipper" club is considered an approved club for the chip skill.

Chip Skill Point System

PointsDistance
1A ball finishing more than 10' from the hole
2A ball finishing 8' – 10' from the hole
5A ball finishing 6' – 8' from the hole
10A ball finishing 4' – 6' from the hole
15A ball finishing 2' – 4' from the hole
20A ball finishing 2' or nearer to the hole
25Ball Holed

Putt Skill Overview

  1. Each participant will attempt one putt from each distance (6', 15' and 30'). Putts will be measured from the center of the hole using clearly marked scoring rings.
  2. A ball coming to rest on a scoring line will be scored in the higher of the two point rings.
  3. In the event of a tie, the participant's third putt will serve as a tiebreaker (followed by the second putt and then first putt, if necessary). If a tie still exists, the participants share the appropriate place.

Putt Skill Point System

PointsDistance
1A ball finishing more than 5' from the hole
2A ball finishing 4' – 5' from the hole
5A ball finishing 3' – 4' from the hole
10A ball finishing 2' – 3' from the hole
15A ball finishing 1' – 2' from the hole
20A ball finishing 1' or nearer to the hole
25Ball Holed
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