Don't Miss The 2019 Boston Golf Expo
March 1-3 at the Seaport World Trade Center
BOSTON -- Golf season in New England is rapidly approaching, and there is no better place to get ready for a great season on the course than the Boston Golf Expo. With 100-plus exhibitors in 2019, the Boston Golf Expo offers some of the best deals of the season and covers all your golf needs, from on-site fitting and lessons, to equipment from every major manufacturer, and apparel, accessories, training aids and more.
This year’s show will also deliver an expanded interactive menu. Juniors and Veterans can take advantage of free 10-minute lessons with a New England PGA Professional, and adults can get the same 10- minute tune-up with a $10 donation to the NEPGA Foundation. In addition to live club-fitting and a demo center, attendees will enjoy some friendly competition through the Drive, Chip, and Putt Challenge. The Expo’s demonstration stage will feature a robust lineup of topics, including golf fitness, destinations, and clinics.
Admission is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, and free for kids 12 and under and 2018 or 2019 NEPGA Junior Tour members accompanied by a paying adult. A free year subscription to Golf Digest is included with admission. Attendees also gain access to daily giveaways as well as discounts on equipment, apparel, accessories, vacations and golf outings, and more.
The 2019 Boston Golf Expo runs March 1-3 at the Seaport World Trade Center (200 Seaport Boulevard, Boston, MA). The Expo will be open from 12-7 on Friday, 10-7 on Saturday, and 10-5 on Sunday.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.golfexpoboston.com.
Park Leads Women, Dully T-3 Among Men In PGA Stroke Play Championships
54-Hole Event Continues Monday at The PGA Golf Club
LEADERBOARDS: Men | Women
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. – A few New England PGA Professionals had impressive opening rounds at the PGA Stroke Play Championship at the PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Fla. Seul-Ki Park leads the women’s field after an opening round 70 on Sunday, and Frank Dully is tied for third on the men’s side with a 70 of his own.
Park jumped out to a one-shot lead in the PGA Women’s Stroke Play Championship after an early-morning 70 on Sunday. Park, the PGA Assistant Professional at Winchester Country Club in Winchester, Mass., had a balanced morning on the Wanamaker, which yielded two birdies and bogey on both 9s.
She trailed Taylor Babcock for most of the morning. Babcock was 3-under and her scorecard was clean through 13 holes, but consecutive bogeys on Nos. 14 and 15, both par 4s, downshifted her into a short-lived tie with Park at 1-under. Park’s final birdie or the morning, on the par-5 16th hole, rendered separation and the first-round lead.
Dully made five birdies at the Ryder Course on Sunday, including bookend birdies on the first and 18th holes. He enters Monday’s second-round in a group of seven players tied for third at -2, trailing leader Ben Cook by four strokes.
Sara Dickson, PGA Assistant Professional at The Country Club, carded a birdie on each side on Sunday and shot 78 to head into the second round in a tie for 18th.