Championships: 2017 Father & Son Championship

ANDOVER COUNTRY CLUB | Andover, MA
August 15 — Senior Division
August 16 — Junior Division

Andover CC


ENTRY FEE:
$225
ENTRY CLOSE: Thursday, July 20, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.

Eligibility

SENIOR DIVISION: Entries are open to any amateur Father and Son team (sons who are 19 or older as of August 15, 2017) who both have an active MGA/GHIN Handicap Index at any public, private, semi-private, municipal or non-real estate MGA member course/club not exceeding 12.0 (as determined by the July 15, 2017 Handicap Revision) or have completed their handicap certification. Entries will be on a first come, first served basis.

JUNIOR DIVISION: Entries are open to any amateur Father and Son team (sons who have reached their 14th birthday and will not reach their 19th birthday by August 16, 2017) who both have an active MGA/GHIN Handicap Index at any public, private, semi-private, municipal or non-real estate MGA member course/club not exceeding 20.0 (as determined by the July 15, 2017 Handicap Revision) or have completed their handicap certification. Entries will be on a first come, first served basis.

Each division is limited to 90 teams. Fathers are permitted to compete in both the Junior & Senior Divisions with a different son. Entries will be on a first come, first served basis.

About the Father & Son

The best father and son pair in the state compete annually at this popular MGA event. The Father & Son Championship features father & son teams from MGA Member Clubs who compete in 18 holes at foursomes stroke play (selected drive - alternate shot). The event currently features a Junior Division (sons - ages 14 to 17) and Senior Division (sons - 18 & older).

2016 Championship Highlights

In the Senior Division, Mark Souliotis (Haverhill CC) and Michael Souliotis (Haverhill CC) fired a score of 5-under par 64 on Monday afternoon to capture the 40th Massachusetts Father & Son Championship. They finished one stroke ahead of Joe Monahan (Winchester CC) and Brendan Monahan (Winchester CC) and two strokes better than two other teams. Read More

In the Junior Division, Paul Puchol (Olde Barnstable) and his son Kyle Puchol (Olde Barnstable) made birdie on two of the first three holes at Plymouth Country Club and cruised to a two-stroke victory in the junior division of the 40th Massachusetts Father & Son Championship. They finished with a score of 2-under par 67. Read More

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