The USGTF Central Region Championship concluded with regional director Tony McMullin from Cincinnati, Ohio, winning the title. The tournament was held at Walden Ponds Golf Course in Hamilton, Ohio, this past September. After two days of play, both McMullin and newcomer Matt Stensrud from Kansas City, Kansas, walked off the final regulation hole of the 36-hole event tied with a total of 148. McMullin was declared the winner in a scorecard playoff. The legendary Ron Cox from Nashville, Tennessee, finished a very close third.  

But the real winners in this tournament, or any other tournament that the USGTF puts on, are the instructors that play in them. These are the men and women that take their opportunities to increase the skills of their clients in this great game very seriously and professionally. To say that there are a lot of great golf instructors and professionalism in the ranks of any given golf tournament is just scratching the surface.  

All the USGTF instructors who teach, train, motivate and inspire their clients know that they are the true winners of any given tournament that they decide to play in. Long before they strike their first tee shot, they have positively impacted and influenced their clients and those who look to enjoy this great game more.
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