Waterbury, VT – A cold, rainy day lingered throughout the tournament at the Pomerleau Real Estate Pro-Am at the Country Club of Vermont. John Cleanthes and Haystack Golf Club was the first group out, setting the clubhouse lead at 8-under Par, 136 in the 2 Best Ball 1 Gross + 1 Net format. David Bennett and the team of CC of Vermont was the fourth group on the course, coming in a close finish at 7-under, Par 137 with Bennett setting the clubhouse lead in the individual pro division at even par 72. As the day went on the rain kept coming, making the conditions difficult. 

Curt Goldsberry (The Quechee Club) finished his round with an impressive 4-under par 68 in the wet conditions to finish first for individual Professional division. An eagle on the third hole helped him kick start the round, adding four more birdies on the back on holes 10,12,15, and 18. David Bennett (CC of Vermont) with a round of even par 72 came in solo second. Rounding out the top – 10 Danny Caverly (Willowbend Country Club) with a round of 2-over 74, Erik Lindahl (Montcalm Golf Club) 3-over 75, Jason Sherman (Country Club of Vermont) 4-over 76, Roger King (Sugarbush Golf Club) 6-over 78, John Paul (Kwiniaska Golf Club) 6-over 78, Peter Scrimgeour (Vermont National Country Club) 6-over 78, and Brennan Earls (Vermont Golf Association) 7-over 79.

In the 2 Best Ball 1 gross + 1 net division, Haystack Golf Club and Williston Golf Club came in a tie for first at 8-under par, 136. In a three way tie for third Sugarbush Golf Club and two of the three CC of Vermont teams in the field, Bennett and Melville finished with 7-under par, 137. Willowbend Country Club and The Quechee Club (Goldsberry) finished with rounds of 5-under par, 139 in a tie for sixth place.

The Vermont Chapter would like to thank everyone who played in the Pomerleau Real Estate Pro-Am at Country Club of Vermont. Thank you to our title sponsor for this event Pomerleau Real Estate and Ernie Pomerleau. Finally a big thank you to David Bennett and all of his staff for making this event possible.