PPNC champ Hutsell leads 20-player contingent to 93rd PGA Championship

David Hutsell
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David Hutsell of Baltimore, Md., the 2011 PGA Professional National Champion, will lead a group of 20 PGA Professionals to the 93rd PGA Championship, next month, at Atlanta Athletic Club in Johns Creek, Ga.
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PGA of America

Series: PGA

HERSHEY, Pa. -- David Hutsell of Baltimore, Md., the 44th PGA Professional National Champion, will lead a group of 20 PGA Professionals to the 93rd PGA Championship, Aug. 8-14, at Atlanta Athletic Club in Johns Creek, Ga.

Hutsell captured his first National Championship with a final-round 3-under-par 68 for an 11-under-par 274 total, Wednesday at Hershey (Pa.) Country Club. He won on the second playoff hole, defeating Faber Jamerson of Appomattox, Va., and Scott Erdmann of Tigard, Ore., who had bowed out of the playoff after the first extra hole.

Hutsell, 40, will be making his second consecutive appearance in the PGA Championship.

The following PGA Professionals will join Hutsell at the 93rd PGA Championship:

- Danny Balin of Greenwich, Conn., representing Burning Tree Country Club in Greenwich, Conn.
- Brian Cairns of Waterford, Mich., representing Fox Hills Golf and Banquet Center in Plymouth, Mich.
- Todd Camplin of West End, N.C., representing Pinehurst (N.C.) Resort and Country Club
- Jeff Coston of Blaine, Wash., representing Semiahmoo Golf Resort in Blaine, Wash.
- Sean Dougherty of Overland Park, Kan., representing Milburn Country Club in Overland Park, Kan.
- Scott Erdmann of Tigard, Ore., representing Oswego Lake Country Club in Lake Oswego, Ore.
- Faber Jamerson of Appomattox, Va., representing Falling River Country Club in Appomattox, Va.
- Marty Jertson of Phoenix, Ariz., representing PING Golf in Phoenix, Ariz.
- Brad Lardon of College Station, Texas, representing Miramont Country Club in Bryan, Texas
- Robert McClellan of Butler, Pa., representing Butler (Pa.) Country Club
- Rob Moss of Broadview Heights, Ohio, representing Pepper Pike (Ohio) Club
- Mike Northern of Colorado Springs, Colo., representing Valley High Golf Course in Colorado Springs, Colo.
- Dan Olsen of Free Soil, Mich., representing Walnut Hills Country Club in East Lansing, Mich.
- Steve Schneiter of Saratoga Springs, Utah, representing Schneiter's Pebble Brook in Sandy, Utah
- Mike Small of Champaign, Ill., representing the University of Illinois
- Stuart Smith of San Gabriel, Calif., representing Somersett Country Club in Reno, Nev.
- Jeff Sorenson of Blaine, Minn., representing Columbia Golf Club in Minneapolis, Minn.
- Bob Sowards of Dublin, Ohio, representing New Albany (Ohio) Country Club
- Craig Stevens of Dallas, Ga., representing Steel Canyon Golf Club in Atlanta, Ga.

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