MASHPEE, Mass. — The 2020 edition of Cape Week teed off on Wednesday at the Country Club of New Seabury where Burlington Country Club, led by David Jankowski, PGA, won at 13-under par.


Competing in the two-best-ball-of-four format, Jankowski and amateur partners Brad Harden, Tommy Biesmeyer and Greg Harden were six-under at the turn and seven-under on the back-9 to secure a two-stroke win. The McGolf Driving Range team of John Geraci, PGA and Mike Power, Jim Feeney and Stephen Duffy finished second at 11-under par. Brett Smestad, PGA, Rochester CC amateurs Troy Joncas, Stacy Levesque and Mike Mahan, finished third at 10-under.

Four players tied for low-professional honors at 1-over par 73, including host professional Jim Clay, PGA, Jeff Martin, PGA (Wollaston GC), Todd Cook, PGA (Milton Hoosic Club) and Jankowski. Geraci made the day’s only eagle, a three on the 446-yard par-5 fifth hole.

The wildly popular week-long stretch of New England PGA Pro-Ams began a day late after Tuesday’s event, also scheduled for New Seabury, was rained out. The fun continues Thursday at Cape Cod National and wraps up on Friday at the Wianno Club.