Roger Beale wins 2011 Club Professional Championship with Pro V1
Posted: November 24, 2011
Roger Beale carded a -5 (67) in the final round of 2011 Club Professional Championship for the win. Roger went -14 (65, 70, 67) for the week capturing the title from some impressive opponents who are no strangers to the top of the Club Professional Championship leaderboard.
Fellow Titleist Pro V1 loyalist, Scott Allred fired a final round -6 (66) to land at -12 for the championship just two strokes back and in a tie for 2nd. Two time Club Professional Championship winner and Titleist Staffer, Danny King clawed back to make things interesting carding -10 for the tournament putting him in a tie for fourth place.
Roger Beale receives the championship trophy from Ted Manning, President of Titleist Canada.
Roger gracefully explained how the stellar play of his playing partners all week pushed him to play even better. "He really helped me stay focused," Beale said of Allred's strong play in the final round.
Titleist was #1 in every major equipment category. 83 Players put the Titleist golf ball in play vs 7 for the nearest competitor.
Titleist would like to thank The PGA of Canada and all of the competitors for a great week and an excellent final round finish.
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Post Round Interview with Roger Beale