Bryan Properties receives Web.com Tour’s Small Business Award

Bryan Magers (right) of Bryan Properties accepts the Web.com Tour's Small Business Award for the PCCC. (Dean Curtis photo)
Bryan Magers (right) of Bryan Properties accepts the Web.com Tour’s Small Business Award for the PCCC. (Dean Curtis photo)

Bryan Properties, a housing development company in Springfield owned by Bryan Magers, received the PGA Web.com Tour’s Small Business Award for the Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper.

Magers, whose company is a lead sponsor of the PCCC and a corporate sponsor of the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, received the award on Sunday on the 18th green at Highland Springs Country Club after the conclusion on the 28th PCCC.

“Web.com is proud to support small businesses by providing online marketing services to help them achieve success in their own business,” said Hanna Hawkins, Sports Marketing Manager for the Web.com Tour. “The Web.com is also proud to support all of the golfers on the Web.com Tour as they  pursue their dream of playing professional golf at the next level. Thank you to Bryan Properties for all of your support of the Price Cutter Charity Championship and of the Web.com Tour.”

Founded by military veteran Bryan Magers in 1985, Bryan Properties has been a longtime lead sponsor of the Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper. Bryan Properties stepped forward several years ago to become the sponsor of the PCCC’s Nighttime Golf Classic and supports the tournament in many other ways, including by fielding teams in several pro-ams. The company builds and manages apartment complexes, student housing, multi-plexes, shopping centers and office buildings.

 

 

Congratulations to winners of Golfing for Justice Pro-Am

The Phil Daniels team carded a 57, the best of the day
The Phil Daniels team carded a 57, the best of the day at the Golfing for Justice Pro-Am

A morning team of Phil Daniels, Craig Peterson, Bob Michaels, John Morgan and pro Ollie Penn won the morning round – and turned in the day’s best overall score (57) – while a Central Bank/Central Trust won the afternoon round of the Golfing for Justice Pro-Am on Monday at Millwood Golf & Racquet Club.

The event was part of the PGA Web.com Tour’s Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper, which benefits 47 Ozarks children’s charities. Among the charities is Legal Services of Southern Missouri, which joined the tournament this summer.

In the morning round, a Price Cutter Supermarkets team of Joey Ryan, Dan Daily, Kevin Huff, Roger Umfleet and Jace Long placed second with a 57. Placing third, with a 59, was a team sponsored by DES, LLC CPA & Advisors and consisting of David Simmons, Miles Brown, John Roark, Chris Coon and pro Kevin Kring.

In the afternoon round, the winning Central Bank/Central Trust team of John Gamble, Richard Ollis, Dave Myers, Russ Marquart and pro Joel Thelan carded a 58 and won a scorecard tiebreaker.

Central Bank team

Second place belonged to a Legal Services of Southern Missouri team of David Coutchie, Kim Bradley, Chris Hanner, Wade Palmer and Jim Powell fired a 58. That was the same score of the third-place team, Price Cutter/Cruise Marketing, which featured Mark Michaels, Adam Lyons, Tim Marby, Ed Addington and pro Taylor Artman.