Reynolds Plantation to host PGA Pros' National Championship
The Reynolds Plantation is hosting the 41st PGA Professional National Championship this weekend, June 19-22.
Defending champ Chip Sullivan of Troutville, VA will defend his title, joined by 10 past champions in the 132-man field, representing 32 states.
Sullivan, the director of golf at the Ashley Plantation in Daleville, VA., is the first reigning champion to play in the Japan PGA Championship, where he finished tied for 18th in May. He was the only American in the field.
Last September he helped the U.S. beat Great Britain and Ireland in the PGA Cup on the Oconee course at Reynolds.
Reynolds is one of the top resorts in Georgia, and has four excellent courses.
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