Philo and Horton Champions
Score of 62 tops the field
Ron Philo, PGA and Sue Horton's early score of 62 holds up through the end of the tournament to propel them to win the 2015 Acushnet Pro-Assistant Championship. The Stowe Mountain Club team also took the second place finish, shooting 63, this time between Ron Philo and David Jankowski.
Philo and Horton Lead at the Halfway mark
9-under Par, 62 Sets the Pace at Acushnet Pro-Assistant Championship
The Bay Club is hosting the 2015 Acushnet Pro-Assistant Championship today. Through the cool morning round, Ron Philo, PGA and Sue Horton, Stowe Mountain Club, lead with a 9-under score of 62. Philo also holds the second place spot with a score of 63 with David Jankowski, PGA.
As more players complete their rounds the leaderboard can easily change. However, the low score of 62 seems to be holding tight to the top position.
Keep a watch on our scoreboard for any updates and news on the final results of the tournament!
Martin Sets Competitive Course Record
At the conclusion of the New England PGA Stroke Play Series #1, Jeff Martin, PGA of Norton Country Club had built on what has been a noteworthy series of tournaments. In the two prior tournaments he’s played in this season, he’s notched an impressive first place finish in the NEPGA Pro-Pro Match play last month, and a top five finish in the NEPGA Pro-Am at Portsmouth.
After today, he can add another first-place finish to his growing list of achievements, including setting a new competitive course record for the Renaissance Golf Club in Haverhill, MA.View More
History at the Hills
Pare & Martin Capture Record 4th Pro-Pro Match Play Title
In the relatively brief yet storied history of the New England PGA Pro-Pro Match Play, there have been 24 different teams to capture the title. Within those 24 teams, there have been 14 Professionals who have won multiple Pro-Pro Match Play titles. There are four Professionals who have won the event four times; Paul Parajeckas (’89, ’94, ’98, ’04), Frank Dully (’98, ’03, ’06, ’14), and the team of Troy Pare & Jeff Martin (’07, ’10, ’12, ’15). And today’s victory for Pare and Martin is just a bit sweeter, as they become the first duo in the 30 year history of the event to capture the trophy four times together.View More