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Mohegan Sun Pro-Am Series

Featuring the season-long Ben Lewon Cup

                              2017 PRO-AM EVENTS

 

Monday, June 5
 
Great Neck C.C.
FORMAT: PRO+3 Senior Ams
(Gross and Net Combined)

 
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Monday, July 24
Gillette Ridge G.C.
FORMAT: Pro & 3 Ams
(Gross and Net Divisions)

 
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Monday, September 11
Site TBD

FORMAT: Pro+3 Ams
(Gross and Net Combined)

 
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Monday, September 25
Ellington Ridge C.C.
FORMAT: Pro+3 Ams
(Gross ONLY)

 
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Each Professional is required to fill out and return a completed Team Entry Form to the host professional.

 

           

  *NOTE*- The Connecticut Section PGA Board of Directors voted to limit the number of Mohegan Sun Pro-Am Series events an Amateur can participate in to Two (2) per tournament season. (This does not include any other Pro-Am event)

 

 

2016 Ben Lewon Cup  Final Standings
(as of September 30, 2016)

Click to view complete standings for Connecticut Section of the PGA 2016

 

The 2017 Mohegan Sun Pro-Am Series consists of 4 (four) Pro & 3 Am tournaments. PGA Professionals (Class A and Apprentices ) are required to register online for each Pro-Am separately (registration opens 30 days prior to each Pro-Am). Professional entries will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration Links can be found on the chart above. PGA Professionals pay a $100 team deposit to reserve the team entry and an optional $20 for individual professional skins. The balance of the TEAM entry fee of $270 will be paid to the host club on the day of the tournament.  The withdrawal deadline is the Thursday at before the event.
 
Competitions are combined best ball net and gross, gross only, or gross and net divisions, with amateurs getting 80% of their course handicap, and a maximum allowance of 18 for men and 36 for women.
  
The team that accumulates the most Ben Lewon Cup points during the Mohegan Sun Pro-Am Series will be presented with the Ben Lewon Cup, symbolizing the annual Pro-Am Series team winner.
 

 


 

 

Steve Madison and Adam Rainaud Team to Win Season Closing Del Kinney Pro-Pro Championship

By: Sam Dostaler, Connecticut Section PGA Publicist

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. (October 24, 2016) – On Monday the Connecticut Section PGA held its season ending tournament, the Del Kinney Pro-Pro Championship, played this year at the Donald Ross designed Wampanoag Country Club. Playing on a windy, cold day Steve Madison and Adam Rainaud took home the title after surviving a three-team one-hole playoff.   

 

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Ballo/Trimboli Team Wins 2016 PGA Pro-Scratch

Winner Determined by Playoff

NORTH STONINGTON, Conn. (October 18, 2016) – 36 holes was not enough to determine the 2016 Lake of Isles PGA Pro-Scratch winners on an unusually warm October day at Lake of Isles, however the duo of Peter Ballo of Old Oaks and TJ Trimboli of Shorehaven GC outlasted their competition and won the event on the first hole of a sudden death playoff. Ballo and Trimboli teamed up to card a birdie on the hole to claim first place.

 

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Ron Dellostritto and Adam Rainaud Win PGA Professional Golf League

Marshall and Kay Finish Second

WATERTOWN, Conn. (October 6, 2016) – The season long PGA Professional Golf League championship round was held at the Watertown Golf Club. You could not have asked for better fall weather and course conditions were superb.

 

The team of Ron Dellostritto of Wethersfield Country Club and Adam Rainaud of Black Hall Club paired to shoot a brilliant 6-under-par 65 to elevate them to the top of this year’s standings.

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Adam Rainaud Captures Connecticut PGA Professional Championship

Rainaud Earns Berth in 50th PGA Professional Championship

By: Sam Dostaler, Connecticut Section PGA Publicist

 

SOUTH KENT, Conn.  (October 4, 2016) – Adam Rainaud of Old Lyme, Conn., winner of the Connecticut PGA Professional Championship, October 4, 2016 at Bull’s Bridge Golf Club will lead three Section PGA Professionals to compete in the 50th PGA Professional Championship, June 18-21, 2017, at Sunriver Resort in Sunriver, Oregon.

 


 

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Ellington Ridge Country Club Bilodeau and Brennan Win the PGA Pro-Am Championship presented by Mohegan Sun at Mohegan Sun Golf Club

Black Hall Club Dominates Lady Division

BALTIC, CONN. (September 28, 2016) – Mohegan Sun Golf Club was the host for today’s PGA Pro-Am Championship presented by Mohegan Sun, which played challenging on this windy fall day.

 

The team from Ellington Country Club, consisting of Kyle Bilodeau, PGA and amateur partner Drew Brennan, posted a 2-under, 70 to finish with a one stroke victory. over second place finishers Ed Slattery, PGA and Todd Schaller of Candlewood Valley Country Club, Adam D’Amario, PGA and Manny DaSilva of Indian Hill Country Club, and Donny Kirkpatrick, PGA and Sean Hilario of Wampanoag Country Club.

 

In the ladies gross and net division Black Hall Club’s Adam Rainaud, PGA and Laura Pirruccello dominated both contests. In the senior gross contest PGA Apprentice, Zac Stennett and Rob Bartha of Tallwood Country Club

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Fran Marrello Wins 26th Connecticut PGA Match Play Final

Marrello's Victory is his 9th Connecticut PGA Match Play Championship

SHELTON, Conn. (September 22, 2016) – On the third and final day of the 26th Connecticut PGA Match Play Final sponsored by OMEGA and the PGA TOUR, Fran Marrello of Canaan Country Club and Dave Dell of Springfield Country Club battled for victory, however, it was Marrello coming out on top, defeating Dell 2 and 1. The competitors began all square after the first hole, but it was Dell who won the second hole, putting him 1 up. It wasn’t until the fourth hole where Marrello birdied while Dell bogeyed to bring the match back to all square. Marrello took his first lead of the day with a par on the 192-yard par-3 fourth hole, carding a par to better Dell’s bogey. Marrello never looked back from there, and began to pick up the pace throughout the rest of the round.

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Paul Barnsley captures the 65th Senior Connecticut PGA Championship

By: Sam Dostaler, Connecticut Section PGA Publicist

 

WATERBURY, Conn. (September 7, 2016) – After beginning the final round of the Senior Connecticut PGA Championship at the Country Club of Waterbury two-strokes behind, Paul Barnsley of Race Brook Country Club matched the low round of the tournament with a 2-under 67 to finish 2-under-par overall and ahead by one.

 

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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.

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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.

 

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Eric Egloff (-1) Comes From Behind to Win 2016 Connecticut Senior Open

Bob Kearney (+5) wins low amateur division

GROTON, Conn. (July 19, 2016) – Eric Egloff fought through a whirlwind of competition on Tuesday afternoon to win the 2016 Connecticut Senior Open at a very testy Shennecossett Golf Course. The Sandy Spring, Md. resident put together rounds of 69-72-141 to win the 34th Connecticut Senior Open.

 

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