Stratford, Connecticut (June 20, 2023) – Jason Morrow and Stuart Goldstein earned victories at the Blackhawk Country Club One Day Tournament presented by Chris Cote’s Golf Shop.
Jason Morrow playing in the Tettelbach Open Division signed for a 2-over 74 that was good enough for a three-shot victory over a trio of players at 5-over. The second place group included Keith Salamon, Rammi Hazzaa, and Stephen Tamagni.
Morrow played his best golf on the second nine where he shot an even-par 36 that included one birdie and one bogey. Overall Morrow birdied twice while bogeying five times. His birdies came on Nos. 4 and 10.
The top five in the Tettelbach Open Division was rounded out by Michael Cipriano (+6).
In the Siderowf Gross Division Stuart Goldstein carded a 1-over 73 to best Frank Geiger (+4) by three shots.
Goldstein was 1-under through 11 holes before giving a couple of shots back down the stretch. Coming off a T5 at the Ellington Ridge Country Club One Day Tournament Goldstein continued his strong play as he converted three birdies against four bogeys. For Goldstein, he found his birdies on Nos. 1, 5, and 10.
In the Tettelbach Net Division Morrow (-5) finished first, Matthew Peel (-2) was second, Tom Dowd and Marty Girouard tied for third at 1-under while Thomas Cox (E) was fifth.
Meanwhile in the Siderowf Net Division Scott Harger (-3) earned the top spot with Goldstein and Doug Mallek finishing two shots back at 1-under in a tie for second. Michael O’Neill (E) placed fourth with Peter Czuchra and Mark Brooks sharing fifth at 1-over.
Note: The CSGA would like to thank Alliance Management Director of Private Golf Alex Bardani and head professional James McIntosh 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.