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Delucia, Franklin, Jones Capture Titles at CC of Farmington One Day

Jeffrey Delucia (left) and Dave Jones (right) were among those to earn victories at the CC of Farmington One Day.

Farmington, Connecticut (May 13, 2024) – On a perfect day for golf Jeffrey Delucia captured the Tettelbach Gross Division title while Brett Franklin and Dave Jones earned the Siderowf Gross Division crowns at the Country Club of Farmington One Day Tournament sponsored by Chris Cote’s Golf Shop.

In the Tettelbach Gross Division, Jeffrey Delucia put together a round of even-par 71 to earn a one-shot victory over runner-up Ronald Soccoli (+1).

Final Results

Delucia bogeyed four times throughout the day however he offset those slipups with birdies on Nos. 4, 6, and with an unexpected eagle on the 387-yard par-4 15th.

Rounding out the top five were Steven Langlois (+4) in third, John McGuire (+5) in fourth, and five others in a tie for fifth at 6-over.

Among the players that tied for fifth were Matthew Shea, Chris Cote, Kyle Nolin, William Jaroszynski, and Ray Vicente.

Leading the way in the Siderwof Gross Division were Brett Franklin and Dave Jones both of whom finished with 2-over 73s to share first place.

Franklin recorded four birdies and six bogeys throughout the course of his round. His birdies came on Nos. 3, 6, 9, and 12.

Meanwhile, Jones bogeyed four times and birdied twice. The 2022 Senior Match Play winner converted his birdies on Nos. 1 and 12.

Last week’s winner at Indian Hill Country Club Glen Boggini and Stuart Goldstein shared third at 3-over while John Herbert and Mark Vasington tied for fifth at 4-over.

In the Tettelbach Net Division Soccoli (-4) earned the title with Delucia and Keith Marcroft sharing second at 3-under. Ryan Hart and Adam Pogorzelski were one shot further back at 2-under in a tie for fourth.

Three players – Rick Jusko, Nick Snyder, and Kieran Kilkenny – shared the top spot in the Siderowf Net Division with a 2-under finish. Joseph Worthen, Bob Fliss, and George Gonzalez were 1-under in a tie for fourth to complete the top five.

Note: The CSGA would like to thank head professional Jeremy Vitkauskas and his staff for a great day!

About the Connecticut State Golf Association

The Connecticut State Golf Association functions as an extension of the USGA and provides stewardship for amateur golf in Connecticut. Founded in 1899, it is the country’s oldest state golf association and conducts over 60 Championships, Qualifiers, and One Day Tournaments throughout the year.