MIDDLEBURY — In the next-to-last Bill Davidson Thursday Men’s Golf competition of 2019 at Ralph Myhre Golf Course, on Oct. 14, the team of Steve Maier, John Myhre, Mike Davis and Neil Mackey prevailed.
Finishing second was the foursome of Matt Biette, Eric Bergland, John Davis and Tom McGinn.
Jim Dayton fired the day’s best low net score.
Good weather was expected for play this week, but no play will be allowed if frost has settled on the course. The course and pro shop will be open for regular hours through Sunday. After that the course will be open on nice days between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.,...
MIDDLEBURY — Two recent champions added titles this past Saturday at the Ralph Myhre Golf Course’s 2019 Women’s Club Championships.
Middlebury College senior Chloe Levins, a Rutland native, was the Low Gross winner; she had won the collegiate George Phinney Classic on Ralph Myhre back on Sept. 29. Placing second, third and fourth, respectively, at this Saturday’s championship were Kayla Li, Katie Murphy and Lizzie Kenter.
Otter Valley Union High School junior Mia Politano, who last week won the Vermont Division II championship at the Proctor-Pittsford Country Club, was the Low Net winner at...
OVUHS JUNIOR MIA Politano won her second straight individual girls’ Division II championship on Tuesday at the Proctor-Pittsford Country Club. Her round of 84 was the best of all competitors in all divisions by four strokes.
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PITTSFORD — Otter Valley Union High School junior Mia Politano fired an 84 on Tuesday at the Proctor-Pittsford Country Club to become the Division II girls’ medalist for the second straight year.
Her total was four strokes clear of the second-place finisher in D-II, Lake Region’s Tia Martinez, and five strokes better than the D-I medalist, Rutland’s Jillian Miles.
Politano has not played golf full-time this fall because she is a member of Coach John White’s Otter Valley girls’ soccer team, and she said she was happy with her game considering that factor.
“I am pleased with the results from...
MIDDLEBURY — The team of Ashley Cadwell, Cathy Sessions, Dick Crumb and Jon Sessions capped a busy five-day stretch at Ralph Myhre Golf Course by winning a Sunday tournament held to benefit the Otter Valley Union High School softball program.
That foursome topped the second-place team of Colleen Ringquist, Danielle Tomasi, Kristen Johnson and Lisa King.
The Speed Hole Winners were Kathy Albright, Jeff Albright, Mia Politano and Thomas Politano.
Ki Shaeffer and Kelly Trayah won Closest To The Pin competitions, and the Longest Drive winners were Lucas Politano and Deirdre Morris.
On the day...
MIDDLEBURY — Ralph Myhre Golf Course this past weekend was the site of the George Phinney Golf Classic, which was won by the host Middlebury College women’s team.
The Panthers carded a 634 to win by six strokes over second-place Amherst. Panther senior Chloe Levins took home tournament medalist honors for the third time in four years, winning the title in a playoff. Levins shot 153, tying her with Morgan Yurosek of Amherst. Levins parred two holes and won when Yurosek bogeyed the second.
The Panther scorers included Katie Murphy in third at 155 and Blake Yaccino tied for 13th with a 161....
MIDDLEBURY — In regular weekly action at Ralph Myhre Golf Course the threesome of Griffin Gilman, Caleb Burkle and Bryon Emilo prevailed in the Sept. 18 Wednesday Men’s Scramble, with the foursome of Dayton Contois, Steve Cooper, Ray Rovi and Zach Howe taking second.
In Thursday Bill Davidson Men’s Golf the next day the trio of Deem Schoenfeld, Russ Leng and Mike Adams earned first place, edging the threesome of Paul Politano, Mike Davis and Marsdin Van Order. Van Order posted the day’s best net score with a 65.
In a Friday Evening Par 3 Mixer the team of Father Skip Baltz, Jim Bryant and...
MIDDLEBURY — Ralph Myhre Golf Course this past weekend hosted Middlebury College’s annual Duke Nelson Tournament, at which Panther senior Jeffrey Giguere claimed medalist honors with a two-day total of a par 142 (70-72).
New York University claimed the team title with a score of 589, edging Williams (590) and the Panthers (592).
Giguere topped the field of 118 golfers with a score of 142, edging Williams’ Will Kannegieser by a stroke.
Also for Middlebury Phin Choukas and Jordan Bessalel finished in a tie for 15th place at 148. Chris Thompson (152) tied for 36th, while teammate John Mikus...
MIDDLEBURY — This past weekend’s Ralph Myhre Golf Course’s Men’s Club Championship tournament produced four winners.
Hogan Beazley was the Gross Score Championship Flight Winner, and Joe Bartlett was the Gross Score Senior Flight Winner.
Don Kenney and Jim Johnston tied as the Net Score Championship Winners.
In regular weekly action, the team of Bill Brown, Beazley and John Myhre prevailed in Thursday Bill Davidson Men’s Golf on Aug. 29, with the threesome of Mike Adams, Mike Davis and Pete Damone in second. Steve Maier shot the day’s best net score.
In the Friday Evening Mixer the next day...
MIDDLEBURY — This past weekend Team Ralph Myhre Golf Course edged its counterpart from Basin Harbor to claim the 2019 Addison Cup in the Annual Club Challenge. The final score in matches played on Saturday and Sunday was Ralph Myhre 9.5, Basin Harbor 6.5.
This coming Saturday and Sunday Ralph Myhre will be hosting its annual club championships, including women’s, men’s, senior and junior divisions.
In regular weekly competition this past week, on Aug. 22 the trio of Neil Mackey, Pete Damone and Chuck Beazley prevailed in Thursday Bill Davidson Men’s Golf. The threesome of Jim Hadeka, Ed...
MIDDLEBURY — In an otherwise relatively quiet week at Ralph Myhre Golf Course the regular weekly competitions for members were staged between Aug. 14 and 16.
On Wednesday the 14th the foursome of Griffin Gillman, Caleb Burkle, Luther Tenny and Bryon Emilo won the Wednesday Men’s Scramble.
Taking second was the team of Dayton Contois, Bill Nillson, Steve Cooper and Hogan Beazley; the foursome of Dale White, Josh Newton, Bert Phinney and Ric Wheeler was third.
On Thursday the 15th in Bill Davidson Men’s Golf the quartet of Jeff Stetson, Eric Bergland, John Davis and Doug Biklin prevailed.