Jack Nicklaus, Community Leaders Kick Off 73rd Senior PGA Championship Presented By KitchenAid In Benton Harbor - Nicklaus Companies

Jack Nicklaus, Community Leaders Kick Off 73rd Senior PGA Championship Presented By KitchenAid In Benton Harbor

The 73rd Senior PGA Championship presented by KitchenAid was kicked off Tuesday afternoon by a host of community leaders and PGA officials including Michigan Governor Rick Snyder; Dave Whitwam, general chairman of the 73rd PGA Championship presented by KitchenAid; Jeff M. Fettig, chairman and CEO, Whirlpool Corporation; U.S. Congressman Fred Upton; Allen Wronowski, president of The PGA of America; Joe Steranka, CEO, The PGA of America; and World Golf Hall of Fame member Jack Nicklaus, the designer of Harbor Shores. Together, they celebrated the Senior PGA Championship as the first major to visit Southwest Michigan and the story of economic development of Harbor Shores.

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