2017 Seminole Pro-Member winner, results, leaderboard
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2017 Seminole Pro-Member winner, results, leaderboard

For the second year in a row, Justin Rose is on a winning team in the coveted Seminole Pro-Member tournament, which has now traditionally been slotted as the Monday after The Honda Classic.'

Seminole Golf Club in Florida, a future Walker Cup site and one of the country's greatest courses, welcomes pros from all walks for this annual event.

Rose and his member partner, banking executive Seth Waugh, won the Net division of the one-day event with a score of 61, good enough for a one-shot victory over the teams of Branden Grace and member Bobby Long, as well Steve Flesch and member and Fox golf producer Mark Loomis.

In the gross division, member Alan Fadel and pro Bo Hoag were the winners with a handicap-less score of 63. Loomis and Flesch were in second place with a gross 64, getting to double-dip on both medal stands.

Flesch tweeted out images of the results sheet:

2017 Seminole Pro-Member winner, results, leaderboard

Here's a look at the top seven teams in the Net competition:

1. Seth Waugh and Justin Rose - 61
T-2. Bobby Long and Branden Grace - 62
T-2. Mark Loomis and Steve Flesch - 62
T-4. Gary Burkhead and Soren Kjeldsen - 63
T-4. Alan Fadel and Bo Hoag - 63
T-4. Jim Searle and Beth Daniel - 63
T-4. Robert Stevenson and Dudley Hart - 63

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