Traveling to Mt. Washington Omni Hotel and Golf Course is a long ride. It is all worth it though. Once you arrive, and step out of the car, you feel a sense of relaxation. The air is crisp, the views are stunning, and the golf course is great. That is what greeted the 29 teams (116 players) that found their way here for a NHC/NEPGA Pro am. We are very fortunate to have facilities like Mt. Washington host our events, it does not go unnoticed. Todays team format is 1 bb gross or 1 bb net.

The pro contest Dan Wilkins of Laconia shot a 4 under 68 to take the top spot. Dan had 5 birdies and 1 bogie in posting that score.  Mitch Jefferson of Rochester, Bailey Nangle of The Vineyard, Jay Pollini of Ridgewood, Bill Andrews of Portsmouth, Sam Cody of Stonebridge, and Sam Read of Den Brae all came in with 1 under par 71’s to tie for 2nd place.  Ryan Peffer of The Profile Club shot an even par 72 to come in 8th. Allison Mitzel of Laconia, Walter Reeves of Canterbury Woods, Ian Willikens of Derryfield, and Cory Mansfield of Derryfield all shot 73 to tie for 9th place.

The team 1 BB Gross the team from Derryfield led by Ian Willikens came in at 9 under 63 to take the top spot. His team consisted Mark Field, Pete Franggos, and John Langella. There were 3 teams tied for 2nd place at 8 under par.

The team 1 BB Net saw the team from Laconia led by Dan Wilkins and his team of Steve Wainwright, Mike Handrahan, and Randy Pike shot a 13 under 59 to tie for 1st place. The other team with that score was led by Ryan Peffer of The Profile Club. His team consisted of Steve Puzas, Les Apple, and Suzy Peffer.

Thank you to the Omni Mt. Washington Resort and Golf Club for hosting todays event. All the players spoke on how good of condition the course is in. We look forward to returning in 2024.

The circuit takes a week off next week as the NEPGA Championship will take place on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. They will return on September 11, traveling to Montcalm Country Club.

Jon Ellis hits a good one on the 18th hole.

Aaron Kingsley tees off.

Chris Houston hits his 2nd shot on the 1st hole.

Bill Andrews putts on the 1st hole.