RECAP: Rob Sedorcek wins Senior Gateway PGA Professional Championship
Rob Sedorcek won the Senior Gateway PGA Professional Championship at Sunset Hills Country Club with a two-round total of 4-under 140.
Rob shot a 69 on the first day and a 71 on the second day to win the tournament and qualify for the 30th Senior PGA Professional Championship at PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie Florida on October 25-28.
To qualify for the 30th Senior PGA Professional Championship at PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Florida, players need to finish in the top three or win the tournament.
Along with Rob, the three others that qualified to play in Port St. Lucie were Dan Olsen, Mark Marcuzzo and Kevin Triefenbach all shot a two day total of 145 and tied for second place, qualifying them for October's tournament.
Michael Tucker, David Levine, Bob Gaus and Brian Fogt all qualified as alternates for the 30th Senior PGA Professional Championship.
The two lowest scores of the tournament came from Sedorcek and Levine on the first day. Both shot a 3-under 69 to lead the pack after the first day.