Adam Rainaud Continues Spectacular Play; Wins 2016 National Car Rental Connecticut PGA Assistant Championship
Rainaud earns fourth consecutive Connecticut PGA Assistant Championship (68-69-137)
FAIRFIELD, Conn. (August 30, 2016) – Adam Rainaud of Black Hall Club captured his fourth consecutive and sixth overall Connecticut PGA Assistant Championship at H. Smith Richardson Golf Club on Tuesday. Rainaud continued his impressive play just as he has all summer long, putting together rounds of 68-69-137 in the one-day, 36-hole stroke play competition. With the win, Rainaud has qualified for the the 40th National Car Rental Assistant PGA Professional Championship will be contested Oct. 27-30, 2016, at PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Florida. Rainaud’s win also follows last week’s Connecticut PGA Championship held at Keney Park Golf Course, where Rainaud also claimed a first place victory.View More
Adam Rainaud Claims Second Connecticut PGA Championship
By: Sam Dostaler, Connecticut Section Publicist
HARTFORD, Conn. (August 24, 2016) – Just minutes after claiming his second Connecticut PGA Championship Adam Rainaud called his win "redemption".
One year ago Rainaud of Black Hall Club stood on the 17th hole of his final round at Wethersfield Country Club with a two-stroke lead and looking for his second consecutive Connecticut PGA Championship. However, Rainaud found trouble off the tee and he ended up triple-bogeying the hole as Kevin Giancola claimed his fifth tournament title.
Noah Peterson, Katelyn Jylkka win the Bill Sandri Memorial Junior Invitational
Playoff determines girls division winner
BERNARDSTON, Mass. (August 25, 2016) – Noah Peterson and Katelyn Jylkka both continued their phenomenal play this summer at the two-day Bill Sandri Memorial Junior Invitational that was held at Crumpin-Fox Golf Club on Tuesday and Wednesday. Noah Peterson of Longmeadow, Mass. earned his third straight win of the summer, and Katelyn Jylkka of Portland, Conn. won her fifth straight tournament on the 2016 Connecticut PGA Junior TOUR.