PGA Professional Field Set for Inaugural Silvercrest Cup

Lower Gwynedd Township, Pa. (August 2, 2022) — The Philadelphia PGA Section and Silvercrest Asset Management Group have finalized the PGA Professional field for the inaugural Silvercrest Cup, scheduled for Monday, September 26 at the historic Donald Ross-designed Gulph Mills Golf Club in King of Prussia, Pa.

Fifty-four PGA Professionals earned their place in the $30,000 Silvercrest Cup final via a points system drawn from their performance in four qualifying events; the top eight amateurs on the Golf Association of Philadelphia’s (GAP) William Hyndman III Player of the Year list will also be invited to compete. The Silvercrest Cup champion is set to receive $15,000, one of the most lucrative winner’s checks on the Section’s tournament calendar. In addition to the final purse, each qualifying event included a bonus pool of $5,000, to be shared between each qualifier’s champion and runner-up.

Braden Shattuck, PGA, of Rolling Green Golf Club in Springfield, Pa., finished atop the 2022 Silvercrest Cup points standings with 775.5 points, thanks in part to his win at the final Silvercrest Cup qualifying event, the 2022 Doylestown Open on July 29. Sandy Run G.C.’s Trevor Bensel, PGA, finished 125.22 points behind Shattuck, while 2022 William Hyndman III Memorial Classic and third qualifying event champion Parks Price, C.C. of York, finished in third.

Joanna Coe, PGA, of Merion G.C., winner of the second qualifier at the Conestoga Classic, placed in fourth. Alex Knoll, Glen Brook G.C., rounded out the top five, 168.72 points behind the leader. Terry Hertzog, PGA, the winner of the season’s first qualifier, the Delaware Valley Open, finished in ninth place with 542.14 points. Rounding out the PGA Professional field, in 54th, is Tavistock C.C.’s Pat Butkus, PGA.

2022 Silvercrest Cup – Top 10 Points Earners

1. Braden Shattuck, PGA
2. Trevor Bensel, PGA
3. Parks Price, PGA
4. Joanna Coe, PGA
5. Alex Knoll, PGA
6. Rich Steinmetz, PGA
7. Eric Kennedy, PGA
8. Mark Sheftic, PGA
9. Terry Hertzog, PGA
10. Billy Stewart, PGA
775.50 points
650.28 points
643.28 points
632.00 points
606.78 points
596.14 points
570.96 points
569.88 points
542.14 points
498.78 points








To view the full 2022 Silvercrest Cup standings, click here and select “Silvercrest Cup” under “Category.”

While the Silvercrest Cup rewards playing excellence of Philadelphia PGA Professionals and top amateurs, the series will also provide significant donations to local foundations, including the Philadelphia PGA Section’s 501(c)(3) charitable foundation, PGA REACH Philadelphia, and the GAP’s J.Wood Platt Caddie Scholarship Trust.

About Silvercrest Asset Management Group
Silvercrest Asset Management Group was founded in April 2002 by a group of highly experienced investment professionals with the goal to create a firm dedicated to serving individuals, families and select institutions with significant financial assets. Since inception, Silvercrest has nurtured an entrepreneurial, collegial, and action-oriented business culture with a client first ethos that has led to a 98% client retention rate. Our dedication to serving our clients’ needs first and to providing institutional quality asset management capabilities to the marketplace, has allowed Silvercrest to prosper and grow.  Over the past twenty years, we’ve grown to a diverse organization with 149 employees from various backgrounds in offices around the country and today, we manage over $20 billion dollars in assets on behalf of our clients.

About the Philadelphia PGA Section
The Philadelphia PGA Section, covering eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and Delaware, is one of 41 geographical managing entities of the PGA of America. This Section manages nearly 900 PGA Members and Associates who are employed at over 590 golf facilities in our region.


Matt Frey, PGA, Communications Director, Philadelphia PGA Section,

Kate Morin, Vice President, Silvercrest Asset Management Group,