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First Junior Tour Standings Here.

Posted: June 23rd, 2018

Below are the junior tour standings following the first two events, week one at Lakeshore and week two, the two round Junior Stroke Play. Remember that each round of the stroke play is counted is it were an individual week so bonus points for top three are given out twice and your points accumulation may not reflect your actual finish in the two day event.

For those new to the tour, here’s a brief run down. Each week, you earn points based on your finish within your age group. These points are based on your place as well as the total number of players in your age group. Additionally, the top three finishers in the age group are awarded bonus points (15 for first, 10 for second, and 5 for third) Any ties in the top 3 leads to an even split of bonus points. So, if you were to finish first in your age group, and 10 golfers competed that week, you would receive a total of 25 points (10 for best score plus 15 bonus). Even if you finish last, you earn points. The top points getters for each age group are awarded a spot in the year’s end Tour Championship held at Kahkwa. The top 9 in the Boys 16 to 18 and boys 13 to 15 are invited, and the top 3 from the other three age groups. Total number of qualifiers is based on the total number of players for the year. Should the other three age groups get higher participation rates, we will increase tour qualifying spots. See the attached to determine your current position, and remember, there are two ways to get to the championship 1). playing in a few events but doing very well and accumulating bonus points and 2). playing in as many events as you can and gaining as many points as you can. Every week is a new opportunity. Good Luck. Junior Tour Standings 2018 after stroke play

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Junior Stroke Play Results

Posted: June 20th, 2018

Available on the link within the Erie Sport Store Flagship Tour link to the left.

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Marquette Match Play pairings set

Posted: June 10th, 2018

Match Play pairings are available on the Championship Central page. Two players entered after the pairings were completed: Evan Rowane and Robert Hoyt. Both are in the field and should report Monday morning to get their hole assignments.

Groupings and/or Starting Holes are subject to change at the discretion of the course.

58 players in total are registered with Sean Sculley, the 2017 Champion, receiving the automatic #1 seed. 57 players will play for 31 spots in Monday afternoon’s first round of match play.

The qualifier gets underway with an 8am shotgun start.

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online entry issue resolved

Posted: May 22nd, 2018

The online entry system seems to have been resolved and is accepting credit card payment. For those still having difficulty, please submit a paper entry or text jay at 397-0699 to enter desired events.

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Cozad takes 2017 Marquette Savings Bank Amateur Championship

Posted: August 14th, 2017

Story from Mike Copper at Erie Times

Cozad Rallies

North East graduate Tyler Cozad wins by two strokes, finishes 2 under for the tournament.

Tyler Cozad said whenever he’s experienced a disappointing warmup session at a driving range, it doesn’t mean a similar round automatically follows.

Still, the one he endured Sunday gave him greater pause than normal.

Cozad was, after all, getting ready to play in the last group that teed off for the third and final round of the 97th annual EDGA Marquette Savings Bank Amateur Tournament. The North East graduate arrived at Lake Shore Country Club’s No. 1 tee box one shot behind second-round leader Zack Ford.

Although also paired with Corry golfer Daniel Leek, Cozad and Ford turned their closing 18 stroke-play holes into a personal match play to determine the Amateur’s winner.

Sunday’s results from the 97th annual EDGA Marquette Savings Bank Amateur Tournament, held at the par-72 Lake Shore Country Club in Fairview Township:


Tyler Cozad 70-75-69-214 -2

Zack Ford 74-70-72-216 E

Bob Paris 74-72-74-220 +4

Rob Nicotra 74-75-73-222 +6

Ted Grassi III 78-75-70-223 +7

Daniel Leek 75-71-77-223 +7

Dave Spitzer 79-74-70-223 +7

Alex Weir 73-75-75-223 +7

Ellery Tarbell 73-77-75-225 +9

Ryder Grignol 78-77-71-226 +10

Cory Smith 75-76-75-226 +10

Dave Hewett 70-78-79-227 +11

Sal Vella Jr. 79-74-74-227 +11

Ryan Peters 79-78-71-228 +12

Drew Deimel 83-73-73-229 +13

Mike Wolfe 71-80-78-229 +13

Sean Sculley 76-73-81-230 +14

David Nichols 77-74-80-231 +15

R.C. Chase IV 77-73-82-232 +16

Jordan Henry 82-75-75-232 +16

Matt Modica 80-74-78-232 +16

Rick Carlotti 77-80-76-233 +17

Alec Hite 75-79-79-233 +17

David Hilditch 77-73-85-235 +19

Darin Linhart 77-79-84-240 +24

That player, thanks to three birdies on the back nine, was Cozad. The Green Meadows Golf Course employee rallied from two strokes behind Ford to take his own two-stroke lead with two holes left.

Cozad, 26, then maintained that margin by posting the tournament’s low round. His 3-under 69 left him with an overall score of 2-under 214.

“I just stayed patient,” Cozad said. “I knew I was behind a little bit, but I didn’t want to know (how far) I was so I could stick to my game plan. I wanted to take the opportunities when they came. At the end there, they all came together.”

Ford, a 2016 Cochranton graduate who played for Meadville’s co-op golf team, ended Sunday in the same place he started. The East Tennessee State sophomore finished even at 216.

Ford said he actually felt better about his even-par 72 than Saturday’s 2-under 70, which gave him the outright lead at the time.

“I didn’t play bad (Sunday). I just missed a couple putts coming down the stretch,” Ford said. “There were six- to eight-footers that I maybe should have made, and I also didn’t hit the irons as well as I should. They weren’t as close (to the pin) as they were the last two rounds.”

Ford mentioned missing the 17th green with a pitching wedge as his most crucial wayward shot. That led to his bogey five, while Cozad carded a four.

Bigger than that, though, was the two-stroke lead Cozard carried into the par-three 18th. His tee shot over that hole’s signature cavern, and the ensuing two putts that followed, made for an academic ending.

Cozad was the first of two golfers with North East ties who won major titles at Lake Shore on Sunday. Megan Moylan, another former Grapepicker, became this year’s EDWGA Amateur Tournament titlist hours later.

“There’s also the Swan (siblings) and Alec (Hite) out there,” Cozad said. “I don’t know what’s going on, but we’ll take it. The Grapepickers will take it.”

As for Ford, being a handful of holes away from calling himself an EDGA victor will push him to work all the more to make that phrase a personal reality.

“Oh yeah, this is going to push me,” Ford said. “I’m probably going to go home right now and practice some more.”

Mike Copper can be reached at 870-1614 or by email. Follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/ETNcopper.

All players who participated Sunday have earned proshop credit at Lake Shore Country Club. Please contact the proshop at 833-7822 for amounts.
Please note: The EDGA does not determine individual proshop policies for proshop credit redemption.

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