Matt Parziale of Brockton, Mass., won the U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship hosted by Capital City Club’s Crabapple Course in Milton. Parziale, a firefighter, defeated Josh Nichols of Kernersville, N.C., 8 and 6 in the final match. Dennis Walters brought his golf show to a GSGA Adaptive Clinic at the Charlie Yates Golf Course in Atlanta. Walters, paralyzed from the waist down after a 1974 auto accident, has made more than 3,000 appearances around the world. Officials of the Mitsubishi Electric Classic passed along a check to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. (L-R) R.J. Bechtel of Mitsubishi Electric, Dave Winokur, Annie Valenty and Scott Hodoval of CHOA Foundation, and Monte Ortel of Mitsubishi Electric Classic. The Mitsubishi Electric Classic raised money for the Special Needs Schools of Gwinnett. (L-R) Elinore Trotter of Special Needs Schools, Atsuhiro Tabu and Mark Kuntz of Mitsubishi Electric, Megan Adams of Special Needs Schools, Stan Hall of the Mitsubishi Electric Classic, Susie Collat of Special Needs Schools, and Monte Ortel of the Mitsubishi Electric Classic. Representatives from the GSGA, Georgia PGA and Georgia Golf Course Superintendents Association recently traveled to Washington to meet with members of Congress about the golf industry in Georgia and its impact on the economy across the state. Pictured here (L-R) are Scott Griffith (GGCSA), Matt Vanderpool (GSGA), Greg Burleson (GGCSA), Skin Edge (Georgia Link), Tenia Workman (GGCSA), U.S. Sen. David Perdue, Tim Busek (GGCSA) and Mike Paull (GPGA). The GSGA conducted a pair of fun events at the TOUR Championship at Atlanta’s East Lake Golf Club. (Top row) The Verizon-GSGA Junior Skills Challenge gave youngsters a chance to compete in a chip, pitch and putt contest prior to the final round. (Bottom row) The Verizon Putting Experience supported by the PGA TOUR Superstore, held each day throughout the tournament, offered fans the opportunity to test their putting ability on championship greens. Photographers on the 18th green focus on Macon’s Russell Henley on this par-saving putt at the TOUR Championship at East Lake Golf Club. Don Sedivy, the executive chef at the Currahee Club in Toccoa, proudly wears the medal received upon his induction into the American Academy of Chefs Honor Society. Joining him at the ceremony were Currahee food and beverage director Monica Kendrick, wife Barb Sedivy, and Currahee Club president Andrew Ward. SEND US YOUR PHOTOS! Golf Georgia is looking for images from your club’s activities. Whether it’s a social function or a tournament, we’re interested. Email your high-resolution files to us at email@example.com.
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