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Todd McCorkle continues his dominance
of the Dixie Section's Player of the Year
The Dixie Section of the PGA is the governing body
of golf club professionals across Alabama and
Northwest Florida. Old Overton Club's Todd Mc-
Corkle continued his domination of the Section's
annual Player of the Year race, winning it for the
fourth consecutive year!
POY rankings are based on play in Dixie PGA
events throughout the year. He earned 674.80
points to best Mike Genovese of Summit Driving
Range in Pensacola, Fla., who amassed 645 points.
McCorkle also led the Assistant POY points with
642, while Rock Creek Club's Todd Bailey, a former
four-time Alabama Open champion, was second
on 506 points.
The only POY McCorkle did not lead, and he
was eligible for it, was the Senior POY, captured
by Rea Schuessler of Kiva Dunes in
Gulf Shores. Schuessler earned 377
points, with Je Copeland of RTJ
Oxmoor Valley second 24 points
behind. McCorkle nished third.
Genovese topped the Dixie PGA
money list with $11,816 won from
10 events, with McCorkle second
and Schuessler third. Genovese also
led the Club Car Series, a series of
ve one-day events spread across
the Dixie Section, with Schuessler
second and McCorkle third.
Click here to view all the nal lists.
McCorkle has shined in recent years as shown by
his following accomplishments:
• Section Player of the Year last four years
• Assistant Player of the Year last fi ve years
• Senior Player of the Year in 2015
He has quali ed for the:
• PGA Professional Championship three times
• PGA Senior Professional Championship
• PGA Assistant Professional Championship
Next summer he will play in his
third Senior PGA Championship,
based on his play in the PGA Se-
nior Professional Championship.
He has never quali ed to play in
the PGA Championship, but has
been close, including losing out in
a playo earlier this year to do so.
To put his achievements into
perspective, he has, three of the
last four years, quali ed for three
national championships: the as-