PGA pros primed for Europe’s largest Pro-Am 

by | Jul 8, 2022 | 0 comments

from left to right - Conor Dillon, Manager PGA Ireland, Paul Kelly, CFM Group, Seamus Power, Touring Professional of The K Club, Conor Russell, Director of Golf at The K Club, MJ Fetherston and Paul Heery, General Manager at The K Club

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The €100,000 K Club Pro-Am sponsored by CFM Group will take place over two days on July 11 and 12.  

One hundred teams consisting of three amateurs and one professional will compete over 36 holes split between The K Club’s two championship courses, Palmer North and Palmer South, with prizes awarded to the five leading teams after the two-day tournament. 

The leading PGA professionals from around the country will descend on the iconic Straffan venue competing for the largest Pro-Am prize by some distance on this year’s regional calendar. 

“This is an exciting time for The K Club and a fitting venue to host such a special event,” said Conor Dillon, PGA in Ireland Manager.  

“I would like to thank the CFM Group and The K Club for their continued support of Irish golf.” 

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