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100th EDGA Amateur Championship

Posted: July 31st, 2020

The 100th EDGA Amateur is scheduled for August 14-16 at The Kahkwa Club. The entry limit is 78 players and the field will be cut to the top 48 and ties after round one and to 24 and ties after round two.

The entry deadline is Friday August 7th at 5pm however entries will also close when the entry limit is reached which will likely be prior to the established entry deadline date. Click Here to enter.

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Urban claims 4th EDWGA Match Play Title

Posted: July 30th, 2020

Like it was in 2018 and 2019, Stephanie Urban is the 2020 EDWGA City Match Play Tournament champion and now is a 4-time match play champion (her first title was 2009). She defeated Lydia Swan in a tight match at a very windy and somewhat wet Lake Lake Shore Country Club. The two were even after the front nine and went to the penultimate hole still even. Swan’s approach shot came up short and when she failed to get up and down Urban took the lead to the final hole. After both hit the green Urban lagged her 30 footer to a foot, which was conceded by Swan. Swan had about 20 feet and one last hope to send the match to sudden death but it was not to be and the putt slid by on the high side.

Urban was solid and steady as she most always is while Swan was just not able to convert the putts she needed to build a good lead. Here are the hole by hole scores of the match.

Lake Shore CC (Par)
453 434 454 36 435 444 543 36 72
Stephanie Urban
464 525 455 40 336 444 543 36 76
Lydia Swan
563 426 464 40 445 435 453 37 77

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Grassi/Garica and Carlotti/Hewett claim Team Titles

Posted: July 21st, 2020

Complete Results

Regular Championship

Ted Grassi III and Mike Garcia captured the regular division of the EDGA (2-man) Team Championships with a score of 5-under 67 Tuesday at Lake Shore Country Club. This is the first Team title for Garcia and the third for Grassi who won titles in 2008 and 2003 with other partners. Dean Rainville and Mike Wolfe finished second in the gross with 69 while 2-time defending champions, Tyler Cozad and Brian Boyce finished third with 73.

On the net side of things brothers Levi and Lucas Marsh finished first with a score of 65 followed by Pat and Nick Arrigo who had 68. There was a 4-way tie for third with 69 including Dan Cullen & Nick Rosen, Brian Bandishar & Charlie Lichtenwalter, Max Easly & Joe O’Shea, and Michael Machuga & Duke Gertrell.

Gross Prizes
1. Grassi & Garcia (67) $300 & trophy
2. Rainville & Wolfe (69) $240
3. Cozad & Boyce (73) $180
Net Prizes
1. Marsh & Marsh (65) $300 & trophy
2. P Arrigo & N Arrigo (68) $240
3. Cullen & Rosen, Bandishar & Lichtenwalter,
Easly & O’Shea, Machuga & Gartrell (69) $45ea team

Senior Championship (Streeter Cup)
Rick Carlotti and David Hewett captured their first event as a team with a score of 3-under par 69. It is Carlotti’s 5th title (2 regular and 3 senior) and Hewett’s 5th (3 regular and 2 senior). Brothers Mike and Homer Capotis had the second low score (72) but took first prize in the net division with 68. That left Bob Paris and Gary Paparelli 2nd in gross with 73. Two teams tied for 3rd in gross and since they also tied for 2nd in net, the 3rd gross and 2nd and 3rd net prizes were combined. The winners for 3rd gross where Dario Cipriani & Doug Fugate and Scott Simonsen and R.C. Chase with 74. The two net winners were Chuck DuShole & Rick Hersey and Allan Szymanski & Eric Stitt with 69.

Gross Prizes
1. Carlotti & Hewett (69) $300 & trophy
2. Paris & Paparelli (73) $240
3. Cipriani & Fugate, Simonsen & Chase (73) $150ea team
Net Prizes
1. Capotis & Capotis (68) $300 & trophy
2. DuShole & Hersey, Szymanski & Stitt (69) $150ea team

Prizes are available in the pro shop at Lake Shore County Club. Thanks to Eric Schomske (LSCC) for all of his help with this EDGA event.

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Hewett captures 5th EDGA Seniors

Posted: July 10th, 2020

David Hewett captured his 5th EDGA Joseph C Martin Seniors championship with a bogey free 5-under par 67 at Downing on Tuesday July 14th.

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Rick Carlotti was runner up to Hewett for the second consecutive year, closing with birdies on Downing’s two difficult finishing holes. The 2018 champion finished with a round of 1-under 71 which was also good for low gross in the 60-69 age group. Dario Cipriani shot 73, to place 2nd in that age group. John Maleno captured low net in the 60-69 with 68.

Eric Stitt captured the overall low net title with a score of 67.

In the 50-59 age group Mark Trigilo won low gross with and even par 72. Greg Robbins and Mark Noce tied for second with 74. Noce also had 68 net, tieing him with Jeff Westfall for low net in the age group.

In the Super Senior Division (70 and over) Rick Seus captured the low gross title with 71, 4 shots better than Chuck DuShole. Ed Orr won low net with 62.

Here are the prize winners:

Low Gross – David Hewett – 67 ($200)
Low Net – Eric Still – 67 ($200)

50-59 Age Group
Low Gross – Mark Trigilio – 72 ($125)   2nd Gross – Greg Robbins – 74 ($80)
Low Net – Jeff Westfall & Mark Noce – 68 ($105 ea)

60-69 Age Group
Low Gross – Rick Carlotti – 71 ($125)   2nd Gross – Dario Cipriani – 73 ($80)
Low Net – John Maleno – 68 ($125)  2nd Net – James Bowen & John Adituori – 69 ($40 ea)

70 & Over Age Group
Low Gross – Rick Seus – 71 ($125)
Low Net – Ed Orr – 62 ($125)

Gross Skins – ($55 each)
Jeff Weyand – 2 on #4
Jeff Westfall – 2 on #5
Scott Simonsen – 2 on #6
Chuck DuShole – 3 on #12

Net Skins – ($45 each)
Jeff Weyand – 1 on #4
Jeff Westfall – 1 on #5
Scott Simonsen – 1 on #6
Eric Stitt – 2 on #9
Randy Brockway – 2 on #17

All prizes and skins will be available in the pro shop at Downing beginning Thursday July 16th.

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Ryan Peters is the 2020 EDGA Match Play Champion

Posted: June 21st, 2020

Ryan Peters of the Country Club (Meadville) was quite clinical in disposing of Matt Barto in the EDGA Match Play finals. In hitting fairways and greens he was almost without exception and the constant pressure he applied to his opponent, Matt Barto, eventually paid off.

After tieing the first hole with pars, Peters took a one up lead when Barto’s tee shot on the par three 2nd found the hazard left of the green. They match birdies on three and pars on four before Peters added to his lead with a birdie on 5. Both would bogey number six. Barto won his first hole, the seventh with a birdie after a wonderful second to about 20 feet on the par five. He would, however, give that hole right back when his second on number 8 found the hazard that fronts the green. Peters would advance that lead to 3up at the turn when Barto’s tee shot missed the fairway left and was unable to save par. Peters added another on the tenth where Barto again missed the green and failed to get up and down. Neither was able to capitalize on good tee shots into the par 3 eleventh as Peters remained 4up.

Peters made his biggest mistake of the day on the par 5 twelfth when his tee shot went right and ended up in the hazard. He was able to chip out but Bart strung together 3 great shots and made his 3rd birdie on a par 5 to cut the lead to 3. Peters made a clutch 6 footer on 13 to save par after Barto had chipped up to a couple feet so the hole was halved. Barto hit it close on the par 3 fourteenth but was unable to convert and it too was halved. With Peters playing conservatively and Barto aggresively both found themselves with birdie putts on the par 5 fifteenth. Peters just missed and Barto converted (he birdied all of the par 5’s) and the lead was down to 2 with 3 to play. Peters played a great second to the par 4 16th to about 12 feet just above the hole while Barto’s rolled past the pin to about 25 feet. Pushing to win another hole Barto’s birdie try ran 5 feet long. Peters was unable to convert his birdie to win the match but when Barto missed his comeback putt Peters had another clinching putt, this time from a couple of feet, which he rolled in to end the match 3&2.

The junior-to-be at Mercyhurst captured his first EDGA major. He previously demonstrated his match play prowess with victories in both the 2016 and 2017 EDGA Junior Match Play. He also won the 2018 EDGA Junior Stroke play so this is his 4th EDGA title overall. Barto who was the runner-up last year to Drew Deimel claimed his second runner up finish.

Current Results

Tournament Prizes

Gift certificates for prize winners are available in the Whispering Woods GC pro shop.

Champion $400
Runner Up $250
Semi-Finalists $150
Quarter-Finalists $100
First Round Winners $75

Ryan Peters with his dad (and caddie)

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