RUMFORD, R.I – A trio of teams finished with 36-hole scores of 129 (-11) to share the hardware in the 2021 NEPGA Pro-Am Championship held Tuesday at Agawam Hunt (Rumford, R.I.) and Ledgemont CC (Seekonk, Mass.). The 36-hole tournament was split between the two sites.
Burlington CC’s David Jankowski, PGA and Chaney Noyes; Marlborough CC’s Greg Farland, PGA and Nick Cummings; and Wollaston GC’s Jeff Martin, PGA and Tyler Ferrari all earned a spot on the podium with -11 performances.
The Burlington CC team began the morning at Agawam and moved to -2 with an eagle on the par-5 third hole. Jankowski and Noyes added two more birdies on the front to turn at -4, but a +1-team score on the back nine pushed their score to 66 (-3). The duo caught fire in the afternoon at Ledgemont, carding eight birdies – five on the front and three on the back – to post a 63 and finish at 11-under in the 36-hole tournament.
The Marlborough CC team remained consistent throughout the day, posting a 6-under 66 in the morning at Ledgemont CC with four birdies on the front and two more on the back. In the afternoon at Agawam, Farland and Cummings remained steady, posting five birdies for a 64. They finished the 36-hole event without a bogey.
The Wollaston GC team finished the morning at 4-under with a 67 behind five birdies and one bogey at Ledgemont CC. Following lunch, Martin and Ferrari bogeyed the second hole before rattling off eight birdies in the next 16 holes to finish at 7-under 62 at Agawam and 11-under for the tournament.
A pair of teams closed the tournament a shot back of the winners at 10-under: Boston GC’s Boomer Erick, PGA and Dan Cappucci, Thorny Lea GC’s Tim Watroba, PGA and Matt Parziale.
Thank you to our pair of host facilities: Ledgemont CC head professional Norm Alberigo, PGA, Superintendent Jeff Sprague, and the entire LCC staff; Agawam Hunt head professional Ty Cosgrove, superintendent Dan Bastille, and the entire Agawam staff. The NEPGA would also like to thank its presenting partner of the 2021 Pro-Am Championship: Pinned Golf.