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Deimel takes the lead after 2nd Round of Amateur

Posted: August 17th, 2019

Drew Deimel again shot the low round of the day, this time a 3-under par 69 to take a 2 stroke lead heading into the final round of the EDGA Amateur Championship. Drew had 4 birdies and just one bogey in his 3-under par round. Drew is seeking his 5th EDGA major.

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Mercyhurst University’s Adrian Larsen matched Deimel’s 69 on the strength of 5 birdies. 2017 Match Play Champion Sean Sculley had the only other under par round. His 70 also included 5 birdies. Both Larsen and Sculley are tied for second at 141, 2 shots behind Deimel.

3 other players finished their 36 holes under par, all 1-under 143, and are tied for 4th. That group includes David Nichols (71-72), Ryan Peters (71-72) and Tyler Cozad. Each followed up opening round 71’s with 72 today. The top 10 is rounded out by 4 players, all at even par, including Ryan Deimel, Mike Wolfe, Evan Rowane and Mark Majewski. Match Play runner up Matt Barto and Mike Newcomer are next with 145 while the defending champion, Patrick Kelly sits 13th at 146 with rounds of 72 and 74.

The cut line for Sunday’s final round fell at 7-over par 151. The final round is slated to begin at 10:00am at the Downing Golf Course. Of the 25 players making the cut, the top 15 after 54 holes will win a prize.

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Deimel and Holmes top packed leaderboard at Downing

Posted: August 16th, 2019

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Drew Deimel picked up right back were he left off after capturing the EDGA Match Play Championship at Lake View CC in June … on top. After the first round of the Amateur, however, he has lots of company.

Drew finished the opening round with a score of 70 that included 5 birdies and 3 bogies, a score that would leave him tied with Gannon University’s Abe Holmes. Holmes’ round included 6 birdies offset by 2 bogies and a double.

There are 7 player locked in a group at 1-under par 71 that includes Tyler Cozad, Sean Sculley, Mike Wolfe, David Nichols, Ryan Peters, Emmett Caskey and Evan Rowane. Cozad won the EDGA Amateur in 2018 while Sculley won the Match Play in 2017. Mike Wolfe is still seeking his first EDGA major, having finished runner-up in both EDGA majors in 2018.

The group at even par is nearly as big with Adrian Larsen, Brent Rodgers, Mark Majewski, Mike Newcomer, Pat Kelly and Ryan Deimel finishing with identical 72’s. Pat Kelly is the defending champion and looking to be the first to repeat since Ellery Tarbell’s titles in 2005-06. Ryan Deimel also has an EDGA Amateur title on his resume having captured the title in 2014.

Match Play runner up Matt Barto shot 73 along with Jake Angelucci and Jordan Henry. The top 20 is rounded out by Tarbell, Andrew Leek, Charlie Lichtenwalter and Zach Ford each of whom shot 74.

There was a little excitement today on Downing’s 197 yard par 3 fifth hole when Clayton Skoff scored and ace. The eagle propelled him to a round of 75 which is currently right on the cut line.

Round two takes place tomorrow when a cut to the top 24 will be made for the final 18 holes on Sunday. All play is at the Downing Golf Course.

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EDGA Amateur set with field of 57 Players

Posted: August 13th, 2019

The 2019 EDGA Amateur Championship sponsored by Marquette Savings Bank is set to begin play at the Downing Golf Course on Friday August 16th with 57 players. The event will be conducted in 3 rounds with round 2 to follow on Saturday and the final round, after a cut to the top 24 and ties, will wrap up the event on Sunday.

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Pat Kelly is set to defend the title he claimed last year at the Meadville Country Club where he tied the tournament record with a score of 9-under par. Drew Deimel, who recently claimed back-to-back EDGA Match Play title as well as the being the 2010 Amateur champions, is also set to contend for the title that eluded him last year when he could not keep up with Kelly’s record pace.

4-time champion Ellery Tarbell, who claimed the first of his titles at Downing in 2005 is in the field as well as other former champions Tyler Cozad (2018), Ryan Deimel (2014), Mark Noce (2004) and Bob Paris (2001).

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EDGA Better Ball Champions Crowned

Posted: July 12th, 2019

The EDGA Better Ball and Streeter Cup (Senior Better Ball) were both conducted today at Whispering Woods.

The results of the Championship Division ended as what has become the norm, with the pairs of Tyler Cozad & Brian Boyce and Troy Hassenplug & Sal Vella, Jr. at the top of the leaderboard. These two teams had captured all of the previous 4 events with two going to each team. This year Cozad & Boyce prevailed in a playoff for their 3 victory and also defending their title from last year.

Low Net in the Championship division was captured by the team of Adam Ebach & Mike Majewski who shot a net score of 64.

On the seniors side, Dave Lehner & Lou Gashgarian claimed their first Streeter Cup with a score of 4-under par 68. David Hewett & Rick Carlotti matched last year’s runner-up finish falling again 1 stroke short.

On the handicap side, Vince Timpano & Tim Lawrence fired 61, just good enough to edge the 62 by Greg Robbins & Rick Seus.

The championship paid both low gross and net while the seniors paid first and second in both. Prizes are available at the Whispering Woods pro shop. Thanks to Rich Rocky and his staff for administering this event on behalf of the EDGA.

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Hewett captures Joseph C Martin Seniors Title

Posted: June 28th, 2019

David Hewett captured the EDGA’s Joseph C Martin Seniors Tournament with a score of even par 72. The event was contested on Monday July 1st at the Lawrence Park Golf Club. It is Hewett’s 4th seniors title having also won the event the last time it was contested at the “Park” in 2015 as well as in 2013 and 2012. The defending champion, Rick Carlotti, finished tied for second with 74. He was tied with Homer Capotis who was the net champion with a score of 66.

Here are the prize winners for the 2019 event:


Gross Champion – David Hewett 72 — Net Champion – Homer Capotis 66

AGE 50-59

1st Low Gross – Mark Trigilio 75 — 1st Low Net – Eric Stitt 67
2nd Low Gross – Tony Pepicello 76 — 2nd Low Net – Jeff Weyand 71

AGE 60-69

1st Low Gross – Rick Carlotti 74 — 1st Low Net – Jon Myrick 67
2nd Low Gross Tie – Mike Capotis, Bob Paris 76
2nd Low Net Tie – Dario Cipriani, Doug Fugate, Pat Malone, Tim Pohl 72


Low Gross – Tom Wedzik 75 — Low Net – Greg Martin 67

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