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2019 Maine Chapter Schedule
DATE EVENT 2019-LOCATION
Tuesday, April 16 SPRING MEETING WOODLANDS CLUB
Tuesday, May 7 Pro-Am #1 DUNEGRASS GC
Monday, May 13 Pro-Am #2 FALMOUTH CC
Tuesday, May 21 Pro-Am #3 (SCHOLARSHIP) PROUTS NECK CC
Monday, June 10 PRO - PRO SP CHAMPIONSHIP WEBHANNET GC
  PRO - PRO MATCH PLAY  
Monday, June 17 Pro-Am #4 KEBO VALLEY GC
Monday June 24 PRO - AM CHAMP (SCHOLARSHIP) LEDGES GC
Tuesday, July 16 PRO - SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP MARTINDALE CC
Mon/Tues  ~  July 22-23 STATE OF MAINE CHAMPIONSHIP SUGARLOAF GC
Monday, July 29 Pro-Am #6 AUGUSTA CC
Thursday, August 8 PRO - LADY CHAMPIONSHIP BIDDEFORD-SACO CC
Monday, August 12 PRO - JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP NATANIS GC - Tomahawk
Wednesday, August 28 Pro-Am #7 BATH GC
Tuesday, September 3 CHAPTER CHAMP ROCKLAND GC
Wednesday, September 4 CHAPTER CHAMP SAMOSET GC
Monday, September 9 Pro-Am #8 - VETERAN            Travis Mills WATERVILLE CC
Monday, September 16 Pro-Am #9 CAPE ARUNDEL GC
Tuesday, September 17 Pro-Am #10 YORK G&TC
Wednesday, September 18 Pro-Am #11 WEBHANNET GC
Monday, September 23 Pro-Am #12 PORTLAND CC
Tuesday, October 15 FALL MEETING PURPOODOCK CLUB
Tuesday, October 15 PRO - ASST. CHAMP / MIXER PURPOODOCK CLUB


News from the 2018 State of Maine Championship

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Professional Division:

Going into the final round with matching five shot leads, the day would pretty much be a match play situation between Jeff Seavey and John Hickson for the title. These two had been there many times before and this one didn't disappoint. Neither player ever got more than one shot ahead until the 17th hole. Hickson carded double bogey, bogey on the last two holes, while Seavey made pars on holes 17 and 18, sealing the victory by three shots.

Amateur Division:

Brian Bilodeau playing in the final group with the two Professional Division leaders, was tied for low amateur honors with Justin Beauregard after Round 1. Despite having three 7s on his card, he added three birdies and was able hold on for a one shot victory over charging Jason MacDonald.

Senior Professional Division

Having struggled to a 92 in the first round, Northport Golf Club Professional Robb Herron, came back in round 2 and posted a fine 84 to take Senior Pro honors over Bob Mathews by one shot.

Senior Amateur Division:

Ed Grossman, playing out of Mingo Springs GC, nearly matched his 87 from Round-1, posting a second round 88 to take the Low Senior Amateur title over Tom Foley by eight strokes.

The Maine Chapter wishes to thanks the entire Sugarloaf staff, especially head pro Zach Zondlo and Assistant Indiana Jones, for making everyone feel welcome at this spectacular venue.

Final:


Prouts Neck Pro-Am Wrap-up

Despite a few showers in the afternoon, 104 players were treated to near perfect conditions as they navigated around one of Maine’s finest tracks, Prouts Neck Country Club in Scarborough. Hats off to Head Professional Chris Trombly and his staff for sharing a small piece of their golfing heaven. It doesn’t get much better than teeing off on the edge of the Atlantic, with the beach a mere few feet away.

This Pro-Am was the Chapter’s first Scholarship Event of the season. Entry fees were increased by $10 per player and a total of $1,040 was realized for the Maine Scholarship Fund. A second Scholarship event is scheduled for September 24that Portland Country Club.

With a last name starting with “V”, Portland CC head professional, Dan Venezio probably spent a lot of time at the back of the line in his early years, but at Tuesday, May 22nd’s Pro-Am, Dan stormed to the front with four birdies, carding a 2-under 68 to take low Professional honors. Teeing it up in the 3rd group of the day, Dan got it going in the middle of his round, playing holes 8-13 in 4-under par.




Pro-Pro Stroke Play Results

Despite a few showers in the afternoon, 104 players were treated to near perfect conditions as they navigated around one of Maine’s finest tracks, Prouts Neck Country Club in Scarborough. Hats off to Head Professional Chris Trombly and his staff for sharing a small piece of their golfing heaven. It doesn’t get much better than teeing off on the edge of the Atlantic, with the beach a mere few feet away.

This Pro-Am was the Chapter’s first Scholarship Event of the season. Entry fees were increased by $10 per player and a total of $1,040 was realized for the Maine Scholarship Fund. A second Scholarship event is scheduled for September 24th at Portland Country Club.

With a last name starting with “V”, Portland CC head professional, Dan Venezio probably spent a lot of time at the back of the line in his early years, but at Tuesday, May 22nd’s Pro-Am, Dan stormed to the front with four birdies, carding a 2-under 68 to take low Professional honors. Teeing it up in the 3rd group of the day, Dan got it going in the middle of his round, playing holes 8-13 in 4-under.