Fishing for Fun at Indian Pond
Teams from LeBaron Hills CC and Foxborough CC finish Co-Champions in Pro-Junior Championship
Professionals from all over Massachusetts held their breaths early Monday morning as a thunderstorm threatened to rain out the NEPGA Pro-Junior Championship. However, the grounds crew at Indian Pond Country Club in Kingstown, Mass. wouldn’t let Mother Nature rain on what would turn out to be a spectacular day.
The Pro-Junior Championship gave the opportunity for club professionals to showcase some of the young talent at their clubs. Without the rain, the course would be tough by any adult standards. However, even with faster greens and softer surfaces, the juniors held their own.View More
NEPGA Drive, Chip & Putt Sub-Regionals
Co- Champions at NEPGA Pro Lady
Kernwood Country Club was the host of the 2015 NEPGA Pro-Lady Invitational on Tuesday. Amongst all 54 teams, there was an air of excitement to spend a beautiful day golfing at one of the most historic country clubs in Massachusetts.
Originally opening its doors more than a century ago in Salem, Mass., Kernwood was founded so that the Jewish community could partake in the sport of golf. In fact, it was just last year that they were celebrating their 100th anniversary, while the PGA of America’s centennial is still one year away.View More
Co-Champions at Carnegie Abbey
Brendon Ray and Ed Kirby lead the way at Pro-Senior
A beautiful location, perfect weather and an immaculate course all would seem to make for a perfect day of golf for any player. However, the play out on the course pushed many to their limits.
The Carnegie Abbey Club hosted the 2015 NEPGA Pro-Senior Invitational on Monday. The 34-foursomes started on the first tee, hopeful to succeed on a course that many of them had never played. The tournament format of Best Ball Gross & Net provided an opportunity for low scoring, however even with an experienced forecaddie by their sides, PGA professionals and senior players alike struggled to read the greens of this tough course.View More