Table of Contents1 -
2 - Tournament News
3 - Mohegan Sun Pro-Am Series
4 - Recognized / Sanctioned Events
5 - National Car Rental Pro-Am Series
6 - PGA Professional Golf League
7 - Julius Boros Challenge Cup Matches
8 - Spring PGA Stroke Play
9 - Salesperson-Pro Invitational Tournament
10 - Walter Lowell PGA Tournament
11 - Travelers Championship Pre and Open Qualifiers
12 - 35th Connecticut Senior Open
13 - PGA Pro-Officer
14 - PGA Pro-Assistant Championship
15 - Connecticut PGA Professional Championship
16 - Senior Connecticut PGA Championship
17 - Assistant Professional Championship
18 - Connecticut PGA Championship
19 - PGA Pro-Am Championship
20 - Match Play Championship
21 - Lake of Isles Pro-Scratch Invitational
22 - Del Kinney Pro-Pro Championship
23 - PGA Pro-Junior Invitational
24 - Senior- Junior Blind Draw Pro-Pro
25 - 2017 Hartford Women's Open
Campbell/Rainaud Victorious at Home at 2016 PGA Pro-Assistant Championship
Bayram and Giancola of Timberlin GC finish in second place
OLD LYME, Conn. (July 5, 2016) – The 2016 PGA Pro-Assistant Championship teed off on Tuesday at Black Hall Club, where over 70 managing level professionals competed with their assistants on what was a hot and humid afternoon in southeastern Connecticut.
Dani Mullin Shoots 7-under par, Wins 2016 Hartford Women's Open
Jordan Lintz Claims Second Place Overall with two-day total of 2-under Par
HARTFORD, Conn. (June 19, 2016) – Dani Mullin carried her spectacular play into championship Sunday, carding a 2-under par 68 in Round Two of the Hartford Women’s Open at Keney Park Golf Course. The West Islip, N.Y. native entered day two action with a two-shot lead after tallying a 5-under par 65 at Goodwin Park Golf Course in round one. The two day total adds to a final score of a 7-under par 133, as Mullin claimed the first ever Hartford Women’s Open championship.
Wyckoff Country Club Team Wins Connecticut Section PGA Pro-Officer
2016 Connecticut Section PGA Hall of Fame Class Announced
WATERFORD, Conn. (June 16, 2016) – The Connecticut Section PGA Pro-Officer was held Thursday at Great Neck Country Club in Waterford. PGA Professionals from across the Connecticut Section PGA played host to their facility Officers for a fun, stableford event.
The Wyckoff Country Club team, comprised of PGA Professional Tony Kelley and officer Tami Kelley took first place in the team contest by carding 56 points. In second place with 47 points were the Ellington Ridge Country Club team of PGA Professional Kyle Bilodeau and officer Rick Conti.View More
Rainaud Holds on to Day One Lead and Captures Spring PGA Stroke Play Championship - Earns Exemption in 2016 Travelers Championship
Defending Champion Kyle Bilodeau Finishes in Second Place at 5-Under Par
SOUTH HADLEY, Mass. (June 8, 2016) – Adam Rainaud of Black Hall Club captured the 2016 Spring PGA Stroke Play title this afternoon at the Ledges Golf Club in South Hadley, Mass., after shooting an impressive 9-under 63 yesterday (ties course record) and a 1-under par 71 in round two. The rounds combine for a two day total of a 10-under, 134. Despite the windy conditions, Rainaud battled through to capture his second Spring PGA Stroke Play Championship.
Billy Downes Wins Walter Lowell PGA Tournament
Division Winners Kelley, Giancola, Altobello, and Downes
STRATFORD, Conn. (June 1, 2016) – Billy Downes of GREATHORSE fired a 2-under-par, 69, to earn 25 points to win the Walter Lowell PGA Tournament, a modified stableford event, Mill River Country Club. Downes’ first place finish earned him 40 Player of the Year points.