Pat Cici began his golf career as most professionals did in the 20ís and 30ís as a caddy, first at Salisbury and eventually at Meadow Brook. He became an assistant at Meadow Brook in 1940 before moving back to Salisbury Links as their head professional for a decade starting in 1941. Cici later eventually owned his own range and was the head professional at both Lido and Cedar Brook. Known for his long driving, Cici was a solid player with wins in both the Long Island Open in 1941 and the LIPGA in 1947 and 1949. He was also runner-up in the LIPGA 3 times and the Met PGA once (to Al Brosch in 1947). Pat also amassed an impressive record of service to the PGA, golf and the community. He was on both the Section and National Rules Committees, was President of the Long Island Chapter and the Metropolitan PGA Section, served on a number of Committees and was honored by the Nassau Heart Association for his leadership in their charitable efforts.