Mark Flaherty, Patrick Cantlay win the Seminole Pro-Member
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It is telling that the field for the Seminole Pro-Member, held the day after the PGA Tour's Honda Classic, is stronger than the tour event itself. Five of the top-10-ranked players in the world, along with women's No. 1 Nelly Korda, were in attendance at Seminole Golf Club on the Florida Coast, as teams of pros and mid-ams/seniors played one of the nation's top courses, and the recent Walker Cup host.
Mark Flaherty teamed up with Patrick Cantlay to win the Gross competition, shooting a 62 to edge two teams by a single shot.
In the Net competition, Nelly's sister Jessica teamed with Mike Troy to win by a shot with a score of 59.
The team of Sam Reeves and Nick Watney finished as the runners-up in both the Gross and Net competitions.
The 2019 champions, Mike McCoy and Cameron Tringale, tied for 9th with a 65 gross score.
Top-10 pros in the field included world No. 1 Jon Rahm, along with Cantlay, Rory McIlroy (playing with his father Gerry), Justin Thomas, and Dustin Johnson.
Other amateurs of note include former U.S. Senior champ Buddy Marucci, Alan Fadel (who won in 2017), and Charles Dunne.
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The most competitive and exclusive member-pro in
golf attracts many of the top professional players in
the game to Seminole Golf Club. The event happens
every year on Monday during the annual PGA Tour
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