Canceled - portland gC tettelbach division & women's One Day Tournament presented by Chris Cote's Golf Shop

Rick Lawrence & Jim Romaniello Win Manchester CC One Day Four-Ball Siderowf Division

Mike Whitemore (left) and Mark Eells (right) shared the Tettelbach Open Division title.

Manchester, Connecticut (July 31, 2023) – Multiple teams won titles at the Manchester Country Club Four-Ball One Day Tournament presented by Chris Cote’s Golf Shop.

In the Tettelbach Open Division Dave Leroy and Spencer Baughn, Mike Whitemore and Mark Eells, David Boggini and Lance Gillett all shared the title with 5-under 67s.

Three other teams finished one shot back in a tie for fourth at 4-under. Those teams included Bret Lawrence and Adam Friedman, Glen Pelt, Jr. and Tim Roy along with Chris Herboldt and Shane Hassett.

Final Results

In the Tettelbach Net Division Pelt, Jr. and Roy earned the top spot firing a 10-under 62. Second place was shared by four teams at 7-under. Those teams included Chad Davis and Peter Pacheco, Leroy and Baughn, Scott Harger and Tom Dowd, Adam Pogorzelski and John Swaney.

Meanwhile, in the Siderowf Gross Division Rick Lawrence and Jim Romaniello finished 4-under to win the title outright. The tandem had a strong day combining for six birdies including one on the par-4 17th that provided the difference.

Terry Ruzzo and Tom Brett; Dave Jones and Tony Susi shared second at 3-under while Glen Boggini and Dan Ekstrom, Kieran Kilkenny and David Hickmon, Jeff Dolin and Rich Nappi all finished 2-under to share fourth.

In the Siderowf Net Division the teams of Bob Kelley and Kevin Murray; Paul Aronson and Jeffrey Russell shared first place at 8-under. Kevin Pasternack and Dennis Tracey took third at 6-under while Gordon Daring and Don Zysk, Kilkenny and Hickmon, Michael Condon and Ken Laliberte shared fourth with a 5-under tally.

Note: The CSGA would like to thank Director of Golf Jordan Gosler 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.