Lansing, MI –  The rain has continued overnight and into today and has forced us to reschedule the semi final and final matches of the Michigan PGA Section Match Play Championship presented by the PGA Tour. These matches will now take place on Wednesday, September 29 beginning at 8:00am and will still be held at the Country Club of Lansing.

Scott Hebert from Traverse City Golf & Country Club, Darren Husse from Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club, Jim Deiters from Midland Country Club and Ben Cook from Yankee Springs Golf Course have all advanced to the semi final round which will now take place on September 29 at the Country Club of Lansing in the 2021 Michigan PGA Section Match Play Championship.

Scott rolled into the final four with convincing wins over Justin Mack from the Kingsley Club in the morning and Greg Babinec from Crystal Mountain Resort in the afternoon. Scott continues to make a lot of putts on these greens at the Country Club of Lansing and looks to pick up his second match play title tomorrow.

Scott will face off against Darren Husse at 8:00am on Wednesday, September 29. Darren needed 23 holes in his morning match to knock off Cody Haughton from Red Run Golf Club. It then took 17 holes for Darren to take down the defending champion Kyle Martin from the Lochmoor Club in the afternoon. Darren looks for this first Michigan PGA Major Championship.

Ben Cook continues his fine play this summer after winning his second consecutive Michigan PGA Professional Championship this August. Ben defeated Henry Thompson from the Country Club of Jackson 4 & 3 in the morning and Dan Urban from Gull Lake Country Club 2 up in the afternoon. Ben looks for his first Michigan PGA Match Play title.

Jim Deiters rounds out the final four after beating Kevin Muir from The Wyndgate 5 & 4 in the morning and closing out Ron Beurmann form the Country Club of Jackson 1 up in a hard-fought match in the afternoon.

The final four players have all advanced to the finals through their Chapter and Senior Organization. With his wins today Scott wins the Northern Chapter Match Play title, Darren the Eastern Chapter, Ben the Western Chapter and Jim the Senior Organization Match Play Title.

Country Club of Lansing has a time-tested championship golf course for such a field, and at the same time is family oriented and offers a full range of amenities, including a driving range, tennis courts, fitness facility, swimming and dining.

Founded in 1908, The Lansing Golf Club was formed by a group of 17 men. In 1920 members acquired 160 acres of land that adjoined the club and Langford, a nationally known golf course architect of the time, was commissioned to develop the new course layout.  The Chicago Park Builders were engaged to construct the course, and the new clubhouse which was designed by Samuel Butterworth.  In 1921 a new opening and a new name emerged – the Country Club of Lansing.

In 1999 a $7 million renovation to the clubhouse helped the club continue to provide a traditional country club lifestyle for its membership, their families and guests. The course plays to a maximum of 6,889 yards from the championship tee positions.

John Lindert is the director of golf and Drew Peddie the superintendent. Find out more about the Country Club of Lansing at

The Michigan PGA Match Play Championship dates to 1980 and is considered one of the four major Michigan PGA championships along with the Michigan Open, Michigan PGA Professional Championship and Tournament of Champions.

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