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Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Mike Small wins the PGA Professional National Championship
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Mike Small finishes at 7-under to hold off the field and win the PPNC. With the victory, we'll see Small again at this year's PGA Championship. (2:15)
Which players qualify for PGA Championship?
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Take a look at some of the lucky players who qualified for the PGA Championship at Hazeltine with their top finish at the PPNC. (2:09)
 

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Sheftic and Lancaster battle for Round 3 lead
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Mark Sheftic and Todd Lancaster trade birdies as the battle for the top spot on the leaderboard late in the third round of the PGA Professional National Championship. (:42)
Round 3 Early Highlights: Lancaster, Sheftic, Dicciani
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Todd Lancaster and Keith Dicciani are both chasing leader Mark Sheftic early in the third round of the PGA Professional National Championship. (1:02)
 

Monday, June 29, 2009

PPNC Round 2 highlights: Sheftic, Kelly and Gotsche
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Mark Sheftic holds on to the lead, while Tony Kelly, Michael Suhre and Steve Gotsche stay in the hunt during the second round of the PGA Professional National Championship. (1:19)
PPNC Round 2 highlights: Suhre, Evans and Andrego
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Michael Suhre climbs the leaderboard with birdies on holes 14 and 16, while Barry Evans and Greg Andrego also hit long birdie putts during the second round of the PGA Professional National Championship. (1:08)
PPNC Round 1 highlights: Beurmann and Lee
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Ron Beurmann hits a great approach shot on the 14th hole, and John Lee saves his par after a fine lag putt on the 13th to keep himself in the mix after Round 1 of the PGA Professional National Championship. (:33)
Hebert and Kelly lead, Mankulish and Meyer in the hunt after Rd. 1 of PPNC
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David Meyer drains a birdie putt on the 15th hole, and Gary Mankulish is playing well thru Round 1 of the PGA Professional National Championship. (1:14)
 
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