Southeast: Ron Cox from Nashville, Tennessee, emerged victorious over a field of 15 other competitors in winning the USGTF Southeast Region Championship in February at Temple Terrace Golf & Country Club. The course played extremely difficult as the conditions throughout were firm and fast, with a fair amount of wind, to boot. Cox opened with a 74 to forge a three-stroke lead over Eric Hammer from Melbourne, Florida. Cox then shot 79 for a two-day total of 153 to outlast Hammer by four strokes. Brent Davies from Clarkston, Michigan, finished third, followed by Central Region director Tony McMullin from Mason, Ohio; Carlos de Barros from Lake Worth, Florida; national course director Mark Harman from Ridgeland, South Carolina, and David Frantz from Bradenton, Florida, to round out the players who finished in the money. Northeast: The 2022 Northeast Region Championship will be held Tuesday, June 16, at Mountain View Golf Course in Ewing, New Jersey. The entry fee is $185. For more information and to enter, please contact region director Bob Corbo at firstname.lastname@example.org. Central: The 2022 Central Region Championship will be held at the City of Mason Golf Center in Mason, Ohio, July 31- August 1. This course hosted the PGA Tour Champions Kroger Classic for almost 20 years; a fair and challenging course from all tees. The champion will have to play two solid rounds to be crowned here! The entry fee of $220 includes 18 holes and cart each day, range balls, skins game and prize fund. Tee times will start at 12:10 p.m. each day. The course is approximately 20 minutes north of Cincinnati, and 40 minutes north of the Greater Cincinnati Airport. It is a straight drive up I-71 with plenty of hotels and food in the area. For more information or to register, contact Central Region director Tony McMullin at email@example.com. To learn more about these and other USGTF member events, look under the Stay Informed section for Tournaments.