ROGER WARREN: Thank you, Julius. It's certainly a pleasure to be here today to recognize our low PGA club professional in the 87th PGA Championship, and our professional is originally from Salt Lake City, Utah. Steve Schneiter lives in Sandy, Utah, now where he is the PGA assistant professional at Pebblebrook. He's third generation in his family, his grandfather George, Senior, followed by George, Junior, and his brother, Gary. He attended Brigham Young University, where he was an All American selection and turned professional in 1987.
He selected a membership in 1983 and two years later won the PGA Club Professional Championship. This is his eighth appearance in the PGA Championship and certainly today he finished in style making a 3 1/2 foot eagle putt to shoot an even par 70 round. Today he sits here as he represents more than 3,500 PGA golf professionals who started to qualify for the right to play in the PGA Championship, and we are proud of his effort and his ability to play as well as he did in this event.
It is my honor today as we recognize him as the low PGA club professional for this season's final major, and Steve, on behalf of 28,000, your fellow 28,000 men and women golf professionals around the country, it's a proud moment to congratulate you on your finish in the 87th PGA Championship. Congratulations.