JUNO BEACH, FL (February 27, 2017) -- This years Seminole Pro-Member included the likes of Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, Rickie Fowler and Dustin Johnson but at the end of the day the team standing tallest was the duo of Alan Fadel and Web.com pro Bo Hoag.
Fadel, a reinstated amateur, and Hoag put together a 10-under 63 on Monday at the Donald Ross designed Seminole Golf Club to win by a shot over Mark Loomis and Steve Flesch.
Fadel who played in 14 PGA Tour events during the 1980 season making two cuts has since shined as an amateur most notably on the national stage winning The Hesler in 2011 and medalist honors at the 2014 U.S. Senior Amateur.
Hoag, a former Ohio State golfer who turned professional in 2011, has played in four Web.com events across three seasons including two in 2016 when he made his first cut on the tour.
Behind the top two teams there was a logjam at 8-under 65. The teams tied for third included Brian Pfeifler and Charl Schwartzel; Bill DeWitt III and Dustin Johnson, 2016 champions and 2017 net winners Seth Waugh and Justin Rose; Gary Burkhead and Soren Kjeldsen.
Among other notable finishers were Buddy Marucci and Rickie Fowler; Harcourt Kemp and Justin Thomas; John Pinkham and Rory McIlroy at 4-under 68.
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