September 14-17: WATC Espiritu Santo Trophy - Playa del Carmen, Mexico
September 21-24: WATC Eisenhower Trophy - Playa del Carmen, Mexico
September 28-30: USGA State Team Championship - Alabama
October 8-10: PRGA Match Play Championship - Palmas del Mar - Palm Course
Rio 2016 Golf at the Olympics Results:
Gold: Justin Rose (Team Great Britain)
Silver: Henrik Stenson (Team Sweden)
Bronze: Matt Kuchar (Team USA)
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Humacao, Puerto Rico: After the conclusion of all the matches, Melvin Morales and Natalia Rivera where crown as the 2016 PRGA Jr. Match Play Champions. Morales won his match against Mitzel Chevres (runner-up) 2&1. Rivera won her match against Nicole Dragonette 3&1. Alejandro Toro won his match against Ian Aldarondo for the second runner-up position. Faviola Gonzalez won her match against Laurel Ann Coomes for the second runner-up position. All matches where great matches and the kids gave it all on the course. Congratulation to everyone and thanks for your dedication and hard works.
Puerto Rico wins the overall Arthur Ziadie Trophy and the George Teale Trophy of the 2016 Caribbean Amateur Golf Championship. In a dramatic finish, Puerto Rico came in second place of the Hoerman Cup by one stroke over the Dominican Republic. Great overall performance by the team and coaches. The PRGA congratulates all the players and coaches for an excellent overall performance. #teampuertorico 🇵🇷
Full Results: http://www.ghintpp.com/prga/TPPOnlineScoring/ResultsStroke.aspx?id=47
Puerto Rico sets CAGC scoring record after shooting -10 (278) between four players on the third round of the Hoerman Cup. Erick Juan Morales ties the lowest round of the tournament with an impressive -6 (66). Followed by Brandon Bueno who shot -2 (70). Daniel Caban and Jeronimo Esteves both posted rounds of -1 (71). Max Alverio shot even par (72) and is just two strokes behind Sachin Kumar from Trinidad & Tobago who is -9 overall. In the George Teale Trophy, Valeria Pacheco shot even par (72) and holds a one shot victory at -1 overall. Yudika Rodriguez who shot +2 (74) was our next best score of the day. Puerto Rico increases the overall lead heading to the final round. Excellent job guys! Keep it going! 🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷 #teampuertorico
After the second round of the 2016 CAGC, Puerto Rico has the overall lead in the tournament. The best two scores of the day in the Hoerman Cup belong to Max Alverio with an -2 (70) who is leading the tournament and Melvin Morales who also shot -2 (70). In the George Teale Trophy the best two scores are Valeria Pacheco who shot -3 (69) and shares the lead at -1 with Maria Torres who shot even par (72) for the day. Great job guys!! Keep it going!! 🇵🇷
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After the first round of the 2016 CAGC, Puerto Rico have the overall lead in the tournament. The best two scores in the Hoerman Cup is Max Alverio with an impressive -5 (67) to lead the tournament and Jeronimo Esteves who is t-4 with -2 (70). In the George Teale Trophy the best two scores where Maria Torres who is in 2nd with a -1 (71) and Valeria Pacheco who is in 3rd place with a +2 (74). Great job guys!! Keep it going!! 🇵🇷
Team Puerto Rico is ready for the 2016 Caribbean Amateur Golf Championship celebrating its 60th edition at Ocean Club Golf Course, Bahamas. The first round starts tomorrow. Good luck guys! #TeamPuertoRico
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Other Golf News
PGA TOUR: Scotland's Russell Knox won the Travelers Championship after Jim Furyk became the first player in PGA Tour history to shoot a round of 58. Knox, 31, closed with a two-under 68 to beat Jerry Kelly by one shot. Daniel Berger went into the final round as leader but carded a four-over-par 74 to end tied for fifth with Furyk, Robert Garrigus and Tyrone van Aswegen. American Furyk, 46, carded 10 birdies and an eagle in his bogey-free round of 12 under par to finish on 11 under. Knox, who also won in Shanghai in November 2015, becomes the fifth player to have multiple wins in the 2015-16 PGA Tour season.
Web.com Tour: Wesley Bryan is headed to the PGA TOUR after winning the Digital Ally Open in a playoff over J.T. Poston and Grayson Murray. The 26-year-old from Columbia, South Carolina birdied the second extra hole to notch his third Web.com Tour victory of the season. Bryan becomes the 11th player in Tour history to earn a three-win promotion to the TOUR since its inception in 1997.
PGA TOUR LATINOAMERICA: Martin Trainer had a strong finish to a come fom behind victory at Mazatlan Open. Trainer shot -7 under par to win by thee strokes. Local Pro Edward Figueroa, failed to make the CUT and shoot +3 after two rounds.
In Rio,the world's best golfers will be part of the Olympic Games. For the first time in more than a century, and the lure of a gold medal is sure to attract the sport's biggest names.