A lifelong member of the Carolinas PGA Section, ‘Flo’ put together an enviable career record – both on and off the course. The 1992 CPGA Professional of the Year and four-time CPGA Resort Merchandiser of the Year, Florence’s playing résumé includes two South Carolina Open titles, four South Carolina PGA Championships, a combined five Carolinas Pro-Pro and Pro-Assistant titles, one Carolinas Assistants Championship and the 1976 Mini Kemper title.
As a club professional, Florence qualified for four PGA Championships and twice represented the United States team in the PGA Cup Matches, the club professionals’ version of the Ryder Cup. Florence spent his entire career in Charleston, most notable as Director of Golf at Wild Dunes Resort and then Bulls Bay Golf Club.
Florence spent his entire career in Charleston, most notable as Director of Golf at Wild Dunes Resort and then Bulls Bay Golf Club.
Terry Florence was inducted into the Carolinas Golf Hall of Fame in 2009.
He passed away in March, 2013 after a long battle with cancer.