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Kraft Grabs PAO at ACE Club Classic

Lafayette Hill, PA- Kevin Kraft representing Bumble Bee Hollow Golf Club led the field with a (-2) 70 at the PAO (Players Assistants’ Organization) Ace Club Classic on Tuesday, July 5th.

Kraft had a slow start as he went two over par thru the first six holes, then turning it around at the seventh with three straight birdies to finish the front 9 with a (-1) 35. “If it wasn’t for my putting, my round would have been a lot more difficult today” says Kraft who finished strong on the back nine as well with a matching (-1) 35.

Mike Meisenzahl (Shore Gate CC) finished just behind Kraft with a (-1) 71 to claim solo second place. Andrew Turner (Whitford CC), Andrew Geesey (Royal Manchester GL), and Greg Matthias (Tavistock CC) rounded out the top finishers in a tie for third place at even par 70.

The next PAO tournament will be held August 8th at French Creek Golf Club in Elverson, PA. Registration for the French Creek classis closes on August 1st.

 

 

 1   Kevin Kraft      Bumble Bee Hollow          35-35--70 -2  
 2   Mike Meisenzahl  Shore Gate CC              35-36--71 -1  
 T3  Andrew Turner    Whitford CC                35-37--72 E   
 T3  Andrew Geesey    Royal Manchester GL        34-38--72 E   
 T3  Greg Matthias    Tavistock CC               37-35--72 E   
 T6  Zac Oakley       Heritage Shores GC         37-36--73 +1  
 T6  Michael Little   Lookaway GC                39-34--73 +1  
 T6  Steve Frederick  Lehigh CC                  37-36--73 +1  
 T9  Mike Furey       Mahoning Valley CC         37-37--74 +2  
 T9  Robby Bruns      Merion GC                  37-37--74 +2  
 T11 Pat Butkus       Philadelphia CC            36-39--75 +3  
 T11 Scott Jones      Rancocas GC                36-39--75 +3  
 T11 Alex Knoll       Bethlehem GC- Monacacy     35-40--75 +3 
 14  Andrew Hill      Manufacturers GCC          40-36--76 +4  
 15  Ashley Grier     Overbrook GC               35-42--77 +5  
 T16 Trevor Bensel    Huntingdon Valley CC       39-39--78 +6  
 T16 Rick LeBeau      Gulph Mills GC             40-38--78 +6  
 T16 Vincent Piazza   Makefield Highlands GC     34-44--78 +6  
 T16 Greyson Rossi    Bayside Resort             38-40--78 +6  
 20  Dan Marz         Huntingdon Valley CC       37-42--79 +7  
 T21 Tony Shields     ACE Club                   37-43--80 +8  
 T21 Tyler Mersinger  LedgeRock GC               44-36--80 +8  
 T21 Alexx Suchy      The Union League GC        33-47--80 +8  
 T21 Matthew Romond   Overbrook GC               39-41--80 +8  
 25  Kevin Rossi      Lookaway GC                41-40--81 +9  
 26  Dan Mrozinski    Commonwealth National GC   38-45--83 +11 
 T27 Daniel McCracken Philadelphia Cricket Club  43-42--85 +13 
 T27 Jonathan Trauner GolfTEC Moorestown         39-46--85 +13 
 29  Sean Ketchum     Walnut Lane GC             40-46--86 +14 

Matching Scores of 5-Under-Par Claim the Top Spot on Both Courses at the Pro-Assistant-Pro Championship

Galloway, N.J. – The annual Pro-Assistant-Pro Championship was held at Seaview Resort on Monday, June 27. This event pairs the highest ranking PGA Professional at a given facility with each of his or her PGA Assistant Professionals in a better ball of partners event. The tournament was held on both the Bay and Pines course at Seaview Resort with prizes awarded on each course separately.

Leading the way on the Bay course was the team from Overbrook Golf Club featuring Eric Kennedy and Matt Romond. The pair combined for six birdies and one eagle giving them a total score of 5-under-par (66). The number was good enough for a one shot win over the team of Bob Hennefer and Curtis Kirkpatrick (Indian Springs CC) who finished at 4-under-par (67). Rounding out the top three was duo of Neil Maurer and Michael Rushin (Bear Trap Dunes GC) who finished with a combined score of 3-under-par (68).

On the Pines course a trio of teams finished tied atop the leaderboard. The team of Jeff Bonicky and Devon Peterson from Sea Oaks Golf Club overcame a lone bogey by carding four birdies and one eagle for a total team score of 5-under-par (66). The second team to match them at the magic number was the pair of Michael Ferguson and Aaron Hartman from the Philadelphia Cricket Club. The final pair rounding out the group at 5-under-par only had to travel a few miles to claim a share of the victory. The team of Jason Lamp and Dean Halterman from Galloway National Golf Club carded six birdies against only one bogey to join the leaders.

The Section would like to thank our sponsors Cutter & Buck, Mizuno, Golf Max, Country Club Editions, Golf Genius, and the PGA Tour for supporting this great event. The Philadelphia PGA will return to action on Monday, July 11 for the William Hyndman, III Memorial Classic at Huntingdon Valley CC.

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Hertzog Trumps Field at Jack Jolly / Golf Pride Championship

Pine Hill, N.J. – Trump National Golf Club Philadelphia once again played host to the Jack Jolly / Golf Pride Championship. This annual event is the fourth event on the Philadelphia PGA’s Omega Player of the Year Points List presented by the Haverford Trust Company and featured nearly 100 Section PGA Professionals. The Jack Jolly / Golf Pride Championship also served as a stroke play event for the Philadelphia Assistants’ Organization (PAO).

With temperatures slightly above average, it served as a constant reminder that today was the official start of summer. Playing early the day the first player to post a noteworthy score was Trevor Bensel (Huntingdon Valley Country Club). Bensel made his way around the Tom Fazio designed course carding six birdies and two bogeys to finish with a total score of 4-under-par (67). Because of his early finish Bensel began a long day of waiting to see if his score held up.

As play continued, four hours went by before anyone was able to best Bensel at the top of the leaderboard. The first player to do so was Jeff Fick (Chapel Hill) who posted a near flawless round of 5-under-par (66), matching the winning score from the 2015 Championship. Fick had six birdies on his round but a lone bogey on the short par-4 4th hole proved to be costly in the end.

“This isn’t a course I have played a lot but I was able to get into a nice groove today”, commented Fick on his round. “I hit all but two greens in regulation and I was able to make some putts which helped to keep me focused. After I made my birdie putt on the 18th I thought I may have a chance for a win today.”

However the next change at the top of was much shorter. Playing only two groups behind Fick was Terry Hertzog (Country Club of York). Hertzog played his outward nine in a scorching 5-inder-par (31). Hertzog had five birdies on the opening nine holes including a stretch of three straight on holes 7-9. Hertzog traded a bogey and a birdie early on his inward nine before closing with an impressive birdie on the short uphill 18th hole. Hertzog hit his approach shot to one foot leaving him a short tap in birdie to take the lead by one shot with a score of 6-under-par (65).

“I had not been playing really well heading into today’s tournament, I had posted some ugly numbers earlier this season”, said eventual champion Hertzog. “After getting off to a great start I really just tried to stay in the present as I played the back nine. In fact I didn’t know heading into the final hole where I stood in the field. So to have that short putt for what ended up being the winning shot was fantastic.”

Playing late in the afternoon Stu Ingraham (M Golf Range) did make a run at Hertzog but ultimately came up one shot short. Ingraham played a flawless round of golf and came to the 18th hole needing a birdie to tie Hertzog at 6-under-par. unfortunately for Ingraham he only managed a par and finished in a tie for second with Fick.

Hertzog also took top honors in the tournament’s senior division while early tournament leader Bensel managed to hold on for the PAO victory. Hertzog will also look to carry this momentum into next week’s Senior US Open qualifying event in Florida.

The Section would like to thank our tournament sponsors, Jack Jolly & Son and Dennis McGugan as well as Golf Pride Grips and Marty Burke and The PGA Tour. The Philadelphia PGA will return to action on Monday, June 27 at Seaview Resort for the Pro-Assistant-Pro Championship.

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Jun 20, 2016

 1    Terry Hertzog      CC of York                 31-34--65 -6  
 T2   Jeff Fick          Chapel Hill                34-32--66 -5  
 T2   Stu Ingraham       M Golf Range               34-32--66 -5  
 4    Trevor Bensel      Huntingdon Valley CC       34-33--67 -4  
 T5   Eddie Perrino      Eagle Rock Resort          34-35--69 -2  
 T5   Dave Quinn         Links GC                   35-34--69 -2  
 T7   Eric McNamee       Golf Galaxy - Montgomery   34-36--70 -1  
 T7   Mike Furey         Mahoning Valley CC         35-35--70 -1  
 T9   Dave McNabb        Applebrook GC              36-35--71 E   
 T9   John Bierkan       Aronimink GC               37-34--71 E   
 T9   Andrew Turner      Whitford CC                35-36--71 E   
 T9   George Forster     Radnor Valley CC           35-36--71 E   
 T9   Kevin Kraft        Bumble Bee Hollow          37-34--71 E   
 T9   Mike Meisenzahl    Shore Gate CC              37-34--71 E   
 T9   Dave Pagett        Whitemarsh Valley CC       37-34--71 E   
 T9   Bob Lennon         Wilmington CC              33-38--71 E   
 T9   Greg Farrow        Deerwood CC                36-35--71 E   
 T18  David Clark        Pine Valley GC             35-37--72 +1  
 T18  Rich Steinmetz     Spring Ford CC             37-35--72 +1  
 T18  John Allen         Huntingdon Valley CC       38-34--72 +1  
 T18  Mark Sheftic       Merion GC                  41-31--72 +1  
 T18  Don Allan          Burlington CC              36-36--72 +1  
 T18  Curtis Kirkpatrick Indian Springs GC          35-37--72 +1  
 T18  Mike Paukovits     St. Davids GC              36-36--72 +1  
 T18  Brad Nelson        Saucon Valley CC           37-35--72 +1  
 T26  Mark Anderson      Philadelphia Cricket Club  35-38--73 +2  
 T26  Matthew Brennan    Applebrook GC              39-34--73 +2  
 T26  Alex Knoll         Bethlehem GC- Monacacy     36-37--73 +2  
 T26  Bill Smith         Mahoning Valley CC         39-34--73 +2  
 T30  Steve Frederick    Lehigh CC                  35-39--74 +3  
 T30  Stephen Sieracki   Indian Springs GC          37-37--74 +3  
 T30  Jakob Gerney       Trump National GC- Philly  40-34--74 +3  
 T30  Geoffrey Morrison  Bumble Bee Hollow          36-38--74 +3  
 T30  Joe Kogelman       GolfTEC Moorestown         35-39--74 +3  
 T30  Matt Episcopo      Pine Valley GC             34-40--74 +3  
 T30  Mike Mack          Burlington CC              37-37--74 +3  
 T30  Adam Brigham       Waynesborough CC           35-39--74 +3  
 T30  Dustin McCormick   Glen Brook GC              37-37--74 +3  
 T39  Jordan Gibbs       Gulph Mills GC             37-38--75 +4  
 T39  John Appleget      Wildwood Golf & CC         37-38--75 +4  
 T39  Kevin Rossi        Lookaway GC                41-34--75 +4  
 T39  Andy Signor        Pine Meadows GC            37-38--75 +4  
 T39  Matthew Romond     Overbrook GC               38-37--75 +4  
 T39  Matthew Deckert    Pennsauken Country Club    42-33--75 +4  
 T39  Bill Sautter       Philadelphia Cricket Club  37-38--75 +4  
 T39  Carson Solien      Aronimink GC               36-39--75 +4  
 T39  Sam Ambrose        Aronimink GC               38-37--75 +4  
 T39  Kevin Nicholson    LuLu CC                    37-38--75 +4  
 T39  John DiMarco       Laurel Creek CC            36-39--75 +4  
 T39  Matthew Hillier    Pine Valley GC             37-38--75 +4  
 T39  Michael Rushin     Bear Trap Dunes Golf Club  38-37--75 +4  
 T39  Dean Halterman     Galloway National GC       40-35--75 +4  
 T53  Rick LeBeau        Gulph Mills GC             38-38--76 +5  
 T53  Jeff Herb          Waynesborough CC           38-38--76 +5  
 T53  Don DeAngelis      Squires GC                 35-41--76 +5  
 T53  Ashley Grier       Overbrook GC               39-37--76 +5  
 T53  Ken Dixon          Chester Valley GC          39-37--76 +5  
 T53  Rob Rohrbach       Foxchase GC                40-36--76 +5  
 T59  Anthony Napoletano GolfTEC-KoP                42-35--77 +6  
 T59  Andy Watters       Talamore Country Club      36-41--77 +6  
 T61  John Spina         Philadelphia Cricket Club  40-38--78 +7  
 T61  John Rutecki       White Manor CC             41-37--78 +7  
 T61  Sean Ketchum       Walnut Lane GC             42-36--78 +7  
 T61  Wes Hollis         Patriots Glen National GC  39-39--78 +7  
 T61  Bill Walker        Riverton CC                39-39--78 +7  
 T61  Brendon Post       Chesapeake Bay GC          39-39--78 +7  
 T67  Tom Michaels       Berkshire CC               41-38--79 +8  
 T67  Matt Goudie        Lancaster CC               38-41--79 +8  
 T67  Nick Gorman        GolfTEC Moorestown         41-38--79 +8  
 T67  Terry Hatch        Hidden Valley GC           43-36--79 +8  
 T71  Hugh Matthis       Tavistock CC               43-37--80 +9  
 T71  Michael Little     Lookaway GC                37-43--80 +9  
 T71  David Grossman     CC of York                 39-41--80 +9  
 T71  Pat Butkus         Philadelphia CC            44-36--80 +9  
 T71  Bob Hennefer       Indian Springs GC          43-37--80 +9  
 T71  Vincent Piazza     Makefield Highlands GC     40-40--80 +9  
 T71  Steve Swartz       CC of Harrisburg           40-40--80 +9  
 T71  Darren Moses       Tavistock CC               41-39--80 +9  
 79   Ed Gibson          Makefield Highlands GC     39-42--81 +10 
 T80  Dave Roberts       Cedarbrook CC              42-40--82 +11 
 T80  Tom Moore          Applecross CC              40-42--82 +11 
 T82  Kyle Tasselmyer    Lehigh CC                  39-44--83 +12 
 T82  Eric Figueroa      McCall Golf & CC           44-39--83 +12 
 T82  Kevin Edwards      Woodstone CC               40-43--83 +12 
 T82  Patrick Keefe      Inniscrone GC              40-43--83 +12 
 T82  David Morano       Hidden Creek GC            42-41--83 +12 
 87   George Frake       Little Mill                44-40--84 +13 
 T88  Frank Palumbo      Rolling Green GC           43-42--85 +14 
 T88  Hugh Reilly        Twining Valley GC          45-40--85 +14 
 90   Jason Calhoun      LaSalle University         41-45--86 +15 
 91   Jeff Breiner       CC of Harrisburg           46-41--87 +16 
 T92  David Sandberg     Pine Valley GC             44-44--88 +17 
 T92  Tony Shields       ACE Club                   39-49--88 +17 
 94   Matthew Haddon     Laurel Creek CC            49-43--92 +21 
 95   Chris Hutchinson   White Oaks GC              53-43--96 +25 

McNabb Prevails Over Field and Rain at Skee Riegel Senior Open


Villanova, PA- On a day when rain never stopped and just about all the scores stayed above par, Radnor Valley Country Club’s par 70 course played host to The Robert “Skee” Riegel Senior Open. Terry Hertzog (CC of York) had 4 birdies 1 bogey and 13 pars for a -3 67 to take the early lead. Two groups later Dave McNabb (Applebrook GC), tied him with 15 pars and 3 birdies. The tournament, named after the host club’s longtime PGA Professional, brought together some of the highest quality Senior Professionals in the Philadelphia section.

Unfortunately Hertzog was not available for a playoff; therefore the victory went to McNabb for his 3rd win in the section this year. The only other two scores under par were by Dave Quinn (The Links GC) who shot a (-2) 68 and John Allen (Huntingdon Valley CC) with a (-1) 69.

Skee Riegel Senior Open

Jun 16, 2016

 T1  Terry Hertzog   CC of York                 34-33--67 -3  
 T1  Dave McNabb     Applebrook GC              34-33--67 -3  
 3   Dave Quinn      Links GC                   33-35--68 -2  
 4   John Allen      Huntingdon Valley CC       33-36--69 -1  
 T5  John Appleget   Wildwood Golf & CC         34-36--70 E   
 T5  George Forster  Radnor Valley CC           36-34--70 E   
 T5  Don Allan       Burlington CC              36-34--70 E   
 8   John DiMarco    Laurel Creek CC            36-35--71 +1  
 9   Stu Ingraham    M Golf Range               36-36--72 +2  
 T10 Bill Sautter    Philadelphia Cricket Club  37-36--73 +3  
 T10 Mike Moses      Concord CC                 36-37--73 +3  
 T10 Hugh Reilly     Twining Valley GC          35-38--73 +3  
 T10 Jim Bromley     Play-a-Round Golf          38-35--73 +3  
 T10 Greg Farrow     Deerwood CC                36-37--73 +3  
 T15 Linda Nevatt    ACE Club                   36-38--74 +4  
 T15 David Nevatt    Philly PGA                 35-39--74 +4  
 T15 Rick Flesher    Applebrook GC              37-37--74 +4  
 T15 Ron Weaver (a)  Bent Creek CC              36-38--74 +4  
 T15 Rob Shuey       Colonial GC                37-37--74 +4  
 T20 Brian Kelly     Bucknell GC                39-36--75 +5  
 T20 Jack Connelly   North Hills CC             36-39--75 +5  
 T20 Harvey Williams Philly PGA                 39-36--75 +5  
 T23 Don DeAngelis   Squires GC                 36-40--76 +6  
 T23 Jeff Van Etten  Hanover CC                 37-39--76 +6  
 T23 Cleve Coldwater Glenmaura National GC      37-39--76 +6  
 26  Dave Roberts    Cedarbrook CC              36-41--77 +7  
 27  Frank Palumbo   Rolling Green GC           40-38--78 +8  
 T28 Patrick Keefe   Inniscrone GC              38-43--81 +11 
 T28 Kerry Mattern   Cedarbrook CC              37-44--81 +11 
 T28 Mike Versuk     Willow Valley GC           41-40--81 +11 
 31  Joe Missimer    West Chester G & CC        45-39--84 +14 
 32  Joe Ambrose     Paupack Hills G & CC       43-42--85 +15 
 33  John Carpineta  Bensalem Township CC       45-41--86 +16 
 34  Bob Doria       Makefield Highlands GC     44-45--89 +19

Robert “Skee” Riegel

The Skee Riegel Senior Open is named for legendary Section Professional Robert “Skee” Riegel. Skee Riegel was born in 1914 in New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania and grew up in eastern Pennsylvania. He attended Harrisburg Academy, West Point and Lafayette University before graduating from Hobart College. He didn’t begin playing golf until he was 23. That year he got married and took some golf lessons because his wife played golf. Riegel served in the Air Corps as a flight instructor during the war. After leaving the service he rose to the top of amateur golf. At the U.S. Amateur at Baltusrol Golf Club in 1946 he qualified with a score of 136, setting a record for the onsite qualifying rounds, a record which lasted for more than thirty years. Riegel won the U.S. Amateur in 1947, the Western Amateur in 1948 and the Trans-Mississippi Amateur in 1946 and 1948. He was chosen for the Walker Cup team in 1947 and 1949. He was unbeaten in Walker Cup play, winning all four of his matches. Riegel turned pro in early 1950 and joined the PGA Tour. In 1951 he nearly won the Masters Tournament but he finished second when Ben Hogan edged him out. In 1954 Riegel returned to Pennsylvania as the head professional at the Radnor Valley Country Club. He won the Pennsylvania Open in 1957 and 1959 and the Philadelphia Open in 1960.  Beginning in 1946, Riegel played in the U.S. Open 16 times, the Masters Tournament 11 years in a row and the PGA Championship 9 times. For over thirty years he was a permanent member of the Philadelphia Section’s tournament committee and the rules chairman of every Section tournament. In 1975 he was given the Horton Smith Award by the Section for his many hours spent educating the golf professionals on the rules of golf. Riegel was inducted into the Philadelphia Section Hall of Fame in 1993.

Four Teams Lead the Way at National Car Rental AC Team Stableford

Egg Harbor Township, N.J, – The 30 teams that gathered at Hidden Creek Golf Club for the National Car Rental AC Team Stableford Championship had to battle the relentless winds that plagued the area on Thursday. Despite the windy conditions the bright blue skies and sunshine made for an enjoyable afternoon for are the competitors. All teams featured one PGA Professionals and three amateurs and played a modified stableford points event competing for both a Net and Gross division prize.

In the Net division four teams finished tied atop the leaderboard. The first team to post a winning number was the team from Overbrook Golf Club featuring Ashley Grier, PGA and her partners Karen McFadden, Kate Loftus, and Olivia Traynor. The group finished with a total of 85 points. However they were quickly joined by Andy Waters, PGA (Talamore Country Club) and his team of Bill Schneider, Scott Slobotkin, and Chip Drahos. The third team to join the party was Barry Shewalter, PGA (Ballamor Golf Club) and his partners Josh Prescott, Scot Rose and Nate Ksiazek. Rounding out the winning teams was the group of Jim Haus, PGA (Bent Creek Country Club) and his amateur partners John Dever, Milt Drennen, and Dave Wassel.

The Gross division two teams finished tied for the top spot. Haus and partners were also able to capture this division with a total team score of 73 points. Joining the team from Bent Creek Country Club was the team of Dave Quinn, PGA (Links Golf Club) and his partners Ed Quinn, Jim Balfour, and Gary Schumacher.

The Philadelphia PGA would like to thank tournament sponsors National Car Rental as well as Volvik Golf. Additionally the Philadelphia PGA thanks the membership and staff of Hidden Creek Golf Club for their continued support. The next event on the Philly PGA schedule is the Skee Riegel Sr. Open at Radnor Valley Country Club on June 16.

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Four Teams Lead the Way at National Car Rental AC Team Stableford Championship

Egg Harbor Township, N.J, – The 30 teams that gathered at Hidden Creek Golf Club for the National Car Rental AC Team Stableford Championship had to battle the relentless winds that plagued the area on Thursday. Despite the windy conditions the bright blue skies and sunshine made for an enjoyable afternoon for are the competitors. All teams featured one PGA Professionals and three amateurs and played a modified stableford points event competing for both a Net and Gross division prize.

In the Net division four teams finished tied atop the leaderboard. The first team to post a winning number was the team from Overbrook Golf Club featuring Ashley Grier, PGA and her partners Karen McFadden, Kate Loftus, and Olivia Traynor. The group finished with a total of 85 points. However they were quickly joined by Andy Waters, PGA (Talamore Country Club) and his team of Bill Schneider, Scott Slobotkin, and Chip Drahos. The third team to join the party was Barry Shewalter, PGA (Ballamor Golf Club) and his partners Josh Prescott, Scot Rose and Nate Ksiazek. Rounding out the winning teams was the group of Jim Haus, PGA (Bent Creek Country Club) and his amateur partners John Dever, Milt Drennen, and Dave Wassel.

The Gross division two teams finished tied for the top spot. Haus and partners were also able to capture this division with a total team score of 73 points. Joining the team from Bent Creek Country Club was the team of Dave Quinn, PGA (Links Golf Club) and his partners Ed Quinn, Jim Balfour, and Gary Schumacher.

The Philadelphia PGA would like to thank tournament sponsors National Car Rental as well as Volvik Golf. Additionally the Philadelphia PGA thanks the membership and staff of Hidden Creek Golf Club for their continued support. The next event on the Philly PGA schedule is the Skee Riegel Sr. Open at Radnor Valley Country Club on June 16.

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Sheftic Takes Burlington Classic For Second Time

Westampton, N.J. – On Monday, June 6, the second round of the 31st Burlington Classic was held at Burlington Country Club. This annual event brings together the Section’s top PGA Professionals as well as amateur players from Burlington Country Club. The first day of the tournament is a Pro-Am pairing three members of Burlington CC with two PGA Professionals. This years Pro-Am field was the biggest ever, with forty-five teams and 225 players. The Professionals, along with the top two or three amateurs, then return on day two to complete the 36-hole Individual event.

“The Burlington Classic is a great celebration of the club, its membership and the PGA Professionals of the Philadelphia Section”, said John Hanuscin, Burlington Classic Tournament Chairman.

After an opening round 6-under-par (64), Chris Krueger (Kings Creek CC) held a slim one shot lead over the rest of the field. However, with a number of competitors within striking distance the tournament would not be decided until the final putt was sunk. Adding even more drama to the tournament came as the pro-am had an hour storm delay with seven teams yet to finish their round.  As luck would have it play was finished before dark and the second round stage was set.

Krueger couldn’t seem to get anything going on the front nine and only managed to shoot even par with one birdie and one bogey while Mark Sheftic (Merion GC), who started the day two shots behind, managed 3 birdies with no bogies to take the lead by a shot.

As the leaders made their way around the back nine, Sheftic clung to the one shot lead as fewer and fewer holes were left to play.  Stu Ingraham (M Golf Range) tried to join the party getting it to 5-under but doubled the last hole to finish out of contention.

When the final shot was holed, Sheftic had not only held onto the lead but widened it to three shots when Krueger stumbled on the 17th hole posting his second bogey on the back nine.  Krueger ended up tied for second place with Barry Dear (Twisted Dune) when Barry holed a birdie putt on the last hole.

Sheftic credited his good putting for the win, adding his thanks to Superintendent Brian Minemier stating that the course was in perfect condition. With the National PPC coming up his thought process was to get into contention in this Bonus Points event to test his nerves for the big event to come at the end of June.

Congratulations to amateur T J Brennan who was awarded the Marotto Medal as the tournament’s low amateur. With a 36-hole total of 17-over-par (157), Brennan tied Travis Mazurek but managed a par on the second play-off hole to win the coveted amateur title.

The Section would like to thank the membership and staff of Burlington Country Club as well as tournament sponsors Taylormade and Adidas golf. The next event on the Philadelphia PGA tournament calendar is the National Car Rental AC Team Stableford Championship at Hidden Creek on Thursday, June 9.

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31st Burlington Classic Pro-Am

Jun 5 – Jun 6, 2016
Individual Pro Results

 1   Mark Sheftic       Merion GC                  66-67 -7  
 T2  Chris Krueger      Kings Creek CC             64-72 -4  
 T2  Barry Dear         Twisted Dune               65-71 -4  
 4   Hugo Mazzalupi     Patriots Glen National GC  69-68 -3  
 T5  Steve Swartz       CC of Harrisburg           71-68 -1  
 T5  Stu Ingraham       M Golf Range               67-72 -1  
 T5  Curtis Kirkpatrick Indian Springs GC          65-74 -1  
 T8  John Pillar         CC at Woodloch Springs    72-68 E   
 T8  Mike Moses         Concord CC                 71-69 E   
 T10 Jeff Bonicky       Sea Oaks GC                71-70 +1  
 T10 Rich Steinmetz     Spring Ford CC             68-73 +1  
 T10 Joe Kogelman       GolfTEC Moorestown         68-73 +1  
 T13 Greg Matthias      Tavistock CC               75-67 +2  
 T13 George Forster     Radnor Valley CC           72-70 +2  
 T13 Steve Sieracki     Indian Springs GC          72-70 +2  
 T13 Brendon Post       Chesapeake Bay GC          71-71 +2  
 T13 Don Allan          Burlington CC              68-74 +2  
 T13 Dave McNabb        Applebrook GC              68-74 +2  
 T13 Greg Farrow        Deerwood CC                67-75 +2  
 T13 Kevin Nicholson    LuLu CC                    66-76 +2  
 T21 Michael Rushin     Bear Trap Dunes Golf Club  73-70 +3  
 T21 Don DeAngelis      Squires GC                 68-75 +3  
 T21 Trevor Bensel      Huntingdon Valley CC       67-76 +3  
 T24 Mike Meisenzahl    Shore Gate CC              74-70 +4  
 T24 Mark Parson        Twisted Dune               73-71 +4  
 T24 Hugh Reilly        Twining Valley GC          73-71 +4  
 T24 Eddie Perrino      Eagle Rock Resort          69-75 +4  
 T24 Rob Coyne          Applecross CC              69-75 +4  
 T24 Kevin Kraft        Bumble Bee Hollow          69-75 +4  
 T24 Chris Gray         Wild Quail G & CC          66-78 +4  
 T31 Jeff Herb          Waynesborough CC           73-72 +5  
 T31 Dustin McCormick   Glen Brook GC              72-73 +5  
 T31 John Appleget      Wildwood Golf & CC         72-73 +5  
 T31 Alex Knoll         Bethlehem GC- Monacacy     72-73 +5  
 T31 Eric McNamee       Golf Galaxy - Montgomery   70-75 +5  
 T31 Andy Watters       Talamore Country Club      69-76 +5  
 T31 Jason Panter       Golf & Social              69-76 +5  
 T38 Bob Lennon         Wilmington CC              74-72 +6  
 T38 Terry Hatch        Hidden Valley GC           72-74 +6  
 T38 John DiMarco       Laurel Creek CC            72-74 +6  
 T38 John Allen         Huntingdon Valley CC       70-76 +6  
 T38 Jeff Fick          Chapel Hill                69-77 +6  
 T38 John Rutecki       White Manor CC             68-78 +6  
 T44 Nick Gorman        GolfTEC Moorestown         74-73 +7  
 T44 Mike Heidler       GolfTEC Mainline           74-73 +7  
 T44 Mike Paukovits     St. Davids GC              70-77 +7  
 T44 Carson Solien      Aronimink GC               69-78 +7  
 T44 Sean Ketchum       Walnut Lane GC             69-78 +7  
 T44 Mike Bennett       Stack & Tilt Golf Academy  67-80 +7  
 T50 Jaime Gylan        Royal Manchester GL        74-74 +8  
 T50 Mark Anderson      Philadelphia Cricket Club  72-76 +8  
 T50 Bill Sautter       Philadelphia Cricket Club  70-78 +8  
 T50 John Cooper        Green Valley CC            70-78 +8  
 T54 Ashley Grier       Overbrook GC               75-74 +9  
 T54 Vince Ramagli      Essex Golf Driving Range   71-78 +9  
 T56 Eric Kennedy       Overbrook GC               74-76 +10 
 T56 Dave Fields        Brookside CC               73-77 +10 
 T56 John Lynch         Cripple Creek              72-78 +10 
 T56 Eric Figueroa      McCall Golf & CC           72-78 +10 
 T56 Bill Walker        Riverton CC                69-81 +10 
 T61 Dan Marz           Huntingdon Valley CC       74-77 +11 
 T61 Matt Goudie        Lancaster CC               75-76 +11 
 63  Sam Ambrose        Aronimink GC               77-75 +12 
 T64 George Frake       Little Mill                80-75 +15 
 T64 Anthony Napoletano GolfTEC-KoP                74-81 +15 
 T66 Vincent Piazza     Makefield Highlands GC     77-79 +16 
 T66 Jason Calhoun      LaSalle University         77-79 +16 
 T66 John Spina         Philadelphia Cricket Club  75-81 +16 
 T69 Jeff Kiddie        Aronimink GC               76-81 +17 
 T69 Mike Furey         Mahoning Valley CC         77-80 +17 
 T69 Matthew Haddon     Laurel Creek CC            75-82 +17 
 T69 Rob Rohrbach       Foxchase GC                74-83 +17 
 T73 Tony Shields       ACE Club                   78-81 +19 
 T73 Paul Galczyk       Westover CC                76-83 +19 
 75  Brad Sanders       Tavistock CC               81-82 +23 
 T76 Jim Shukdinas      Golf & Social              85-82 +27 
 T76 Jonathan Trauner   GolfTEC Moorestown         78-89 +27

Dave McNabb Wins 20th Haverford Philadelphia PGA Classic

Flourtown, Pa. – One day removed from Memorial Day and the unofficial start of summer, 138 Philadelphia PGA Professionals and 12 amateurs descended on Sunnybrook Golf Club for the 20th Haverford Philadelphia PGA Classic. This annual event is always a Philadelphia PGA favorite as it boasts the largest first place prize in the Section…$100,000.

In the morning wave a pair of players looked to be in prime position to capture this year’s event. This first to do so was Andrew Turner a PGA Assistant Professional from Whitford Country Club. Turner made his way around the par72 6800 yards long golf course at 3-under-par (69). Turner played his first nine holes bogey-free while adding two birdies. As Turner made his way to the back nine he eagled the par5 10th hole to quickly reach 4-under-par. However from that point forward Turner finished with two bogeys and only one birdie ultimately dropping him to his 3-under-par number.

Playing not far behind Turner, defending Philadelphia PGA Professional Champion Dave McNabb of Applebrook Golf Club was able to play a near perfect round of golf and finish two shots ahead of Turner. After an early bogey on the second hole, his only blemish of the day, McNabb went on to birdie six holes and finish with a score of 5-under-par (67). McNabb had back-to-back birdies on holes 3 & 4 as well as hole 9 & 10. After missing a few opportunities on some of the inward holes, McNabb was able to add birdies on the par3 15th before finishing with a birdie on the closing hole in front of the tournament’s gallery gathered on the veranda of Sunnybrook Golf Club’s clubhouse.

“I had been playing really well leading into today’s event and was very comfortable with where my game was headed,” commented McNabb on his round at the Haverford Philadelphia PGA Classic. “I was able to overcome an early bogey on the second hole and from that point forward had it going pretty good. This is definitely one of my biggest accomplishments and I’m looking forward to continuing this momentum into the upcoming events.”

As the tournament turned to the afternoon a few players threatened to make a run at McNabb and the top of the leaderboard but ultimately fell short. In the end the closest anyone in the afternoon wave was able to get to McNabb was the score of 1-under-par (71) posted by Jakob Gerney of Trump National – Philadelphia.

The win was McNabb’s first of the 2016 season and also his first as a newly minted Philadelphia Senior PGA Professional.

In the amateur division, a pair of players posted impressive scores of 1-over-par (73). Both Gary Shoeman and Francis Vaughn carded the number and will share the top amateur prize.

On a special note, Jason Calhoun from LaSalle University carded what is believed to be the tournament’s first hole-in-one on the par3 5th hole.

As always the members of the Philadelphia PGA would like to thank Mr. George Connell and the Haverford Trust Company as well as the membership of Sunnybrook Golf Club for their tremendous support of this event.

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Haverford Philadelphia PGA Classic

May 31, 2016
Professional

 1    Dave McNabb        Applebrook GC              34-33--67 -5  
 2    Andrew Turner      Whitford CC                34-35--69 -3  
 3    Bill Sautter       Philadelphia Cricket Club  34-36--70 -2  
 T4   Bill Walker        Riverton CC                34-37--71 -1  
 T4   Jakob Gerney       Trump National GC- Philly  34-37--71 -1  
 T6   John Appleget      Wildwood Golf & CC         36-36--72 E   
 T6   Eric Kennedy       Overbrook GC               36-36--72 E   
 T6   Corey McAlarney    Sunnybrook GC              35-37--72 E   
 T6   Michael Little     Lookaway GC                35-37--72 E   
 T6   Steve Swartz       CC of Harrisburg           38-34--72 E   
 T11  Wes Hollis         Patriots Glen National GC  36-37--73 +1  
 T11  Ryan Lagergren     Stonewall                  34-39--73 +1  
 T11  Dave Quinn         Links GC                   36-37--73 +1  
 T11  Jason Calhoun      LaSalle University         35-38--73 +1  
 T11  Dean Halterman     Galloway National GC       34-39--73 +1  
 T11  Carson Solien      Aronimink GC               38-35--73 +1  
 T11  Jeff Bonicky       Sea Oaks GC                36-37--73 +1  
 T18  Eddie Perrino      Eagle Rock Resort          37-37--74 +2  
 T18  John Cooper        Green Valley CC            37-37--74 +2  
 T18  John Allen         Huntingdon Valley CC       37-37--74 +2  
 T18  Rich Steinmetz     Spring Ford CC             39-35--74 +2  
 T18  Robby Bruns        Merion GC                  36-38--74 +2  
 T18  Hugo Mazzalupi     Patriots Glen National GC  38-36--74 +2  
 T18  Mike Moses         Concord CC                 36-38--74 +2  
 T18  Bob Hennefer       Indian Springs GC          37-37--74 +2  
 T18  Shawn Matthews     Huntingdon Valley CC       37-37--74 +2  
 T18  Andy Fisher        Philly PGA                 35-39--74 +2  
 T18  Mike Heidler       GolfTEC Mainline           39-35--74 +2  
 T18  Curtis Kirkpatrick Indian Springs GC          38-36--74 +2  
 T18  Trevor Bensel      Huntingdon Valley CC       37-37--74 +2  
 T18  Greg Matthias      Tavistock CC               36-38--74 +2  
 T18  Dave Fields        Brookside CC               37-37--74 +2  
 T33  Gregg Meyer        Woodstone CC               37-38--75 +3  
 T33  Jordan Gibbs       Gulph Mills GC             37-38--75 +3  
 T33  John Pillar         CC at Woodloch Springs    38-37--75 +3  
 T33  Scott Reilly       Philadelphia CC            39-36--75 +3  
 T33  Rick LeBeau        Gulph Mills GC             37-38--75 +3  
 T33  Mark Sheftic       Merion GC                  35-40--75 +3  
 T33  Brendon Post       Chesapeake Bay GC          33-42--75 +3  
 T33  Rob Rohrbach       Foxchase GC                35-40--75 +3  
 T41  Lee White          Sunnybrook GC              39-37--76 +4  
 T41  Wayne Phillips     Lehigh CC                  38-38--76 +4  
 T41  Hugh Reilly        Twining Valley GC          38-38--76 +4  
 T41  George Forster     Radnor Valley CC           38-38--76 +4  
 T41  Chris Cerven       Philadelphia Cricket Club  41-35--76 +4  
 T41  Jeff Herb          Waynesborough CC           38-38--76 +4  
 T41  Eric Figueroa      McCall Golf & CC           40-36--76 +4  
 T41  Hugh Matthis       Tavistock CC               37-39--76 +4  
 T41  Chris Wilkinson    Llanerch CC                37-39--76 +4  
 T41  Bob Lennon         Wilmington CC              37-39--76 +4  
 T41  Dan Marz           Huntingdon Valley CC       39-37--76 +4  
 T41  Mark Miller        Philadelphia Cricket Club  38-38--76 +4  
 T41  Sam Ambrose        Aronimink GC               38-38--76 +4  
 T41  Alex Knoll         Bethlehem GC- Monacacy     37-39--76 +4  
 T55  Barry Dear         Twisted Dune               40-37--77 +5  
 T55  Matt Goudie        Lancaster CC               41-36--77 +5  
 T55  Joe Kogelman       GolfTEC Moorestown         38-39--77 +5  
 T55  Tom Michaels       Berkshire CC               36-41--77 +5  
 T55  Eric McNamee       Golf Galaxy - Montgomery   37-40--77 +5  
 T55  Pat Butkus         Philadelphia CC            40-37--77 +5  
 T55  John DiMarco       Laurel Creek CC            36-41--77 +5  
 T55  Chris Krueger      Kings Creek CC             37-40--77 +5  
 T55  Dave Pagett        Whitemarsh Valley CC       39-38--77 +5  
 T55  Jaime Gylan        Royal Manchester GL        36-41--77 +5  
 T55  Chip Richter       Carlisle CC                37-40--77 +5  
 T55  Greg Farrow        Deerwood CC                37-40--77 +5  
 T55  Gregg Gipp         The Springhaven Club       40-37--77 +5  
 T55  Rob Shuey          Colonial GC                37-40--77 +5  
 T55  Cleve Coldwater    Glenmaura National GC      38-39--77 +5  
 T55  Dustin McCormick   Glen Brook GC              40-37--77 +5  
 T55  Bill Smith         Mahoning Valley CC         34-43--77 +5  
 T72  Rick Flesher       Applebrook GC              37-41--78 +6  
 T72  Don Allan          Burlington CC              37-41--78 +6  
 T72  Terry Hatch        Hidden Valley GC           38-40--78 +6  
 T72  Eric Schultz       Sunnybrook GC              38-40--78 +6  
 T72  Mike Grabosky      Heidelberg CC              40-38--78 +6  
 T72  Don DeAngelis      Squires GC                 40-38--78 +6  
 T72  Mark Anderson      Philadelphia Cricket Club  40-38--78 +6  
 T72  Tony Perla         Philadelphia Cricket Club  39-39--78 +6  
 T72  Kevin Nicholson    LuLu CC                    38-40--78 +6  
 T81  Mark Parson        Twisted Dune               39-40--79 +7  
 T81  John Spina         Philadelphia Cricket Club  42-37--79 +7  
 T81  Anthony Malizia    Bidermann GC               42-37--79 +7  
 T81  Stu Ingraham       M Golf Range               39-40--79 +7  
 T81  Andy Watters       Talamore Country Club      37-42--79 +7  
 T81  Jason Lamp         Galloway National GC       38-41--79 +7  
 T81  Ron Pine           Whitemarsh Valley CC       38-41--79 +7  
 T81  Steve Frederick    Lehigh CC                  39-40--79 +7  
 T81  Rick Gibney        Colonial GC                37-42--79 +7  
 T81  Jason Panter       Sand Barrens GC            40-39--79 +7  
 T91  Rusty Harbold      BlueGolf                   41-39--80 +8  
 T91  Bryan Kienke       Aronimink GC               39-41--80 +8  
 T91  Brad Nelson        Saucon Valley CC           37-43--80 +8  
 T91  Frank Bianco       Crossgates                 40-40--80 +8  
 T91  Jeff Fick          Chapel Hill                39-41--80 +8  
 T91  Nick Gorman        GolfTEC Moorestown         44-36--80 +8  
 T91  John Lynch         Cripple Creek              40-40--80 +8  
 T91  Adam Brigham       Waynesborough CC           41-39--80 +8  
 T91  Anthony Napoletano GolfTEC-KoP                41-39--80 +8  
 T91  Michael Wheeler    Berkshire CC               39-41--80 +8  
 T91  Mike Meisenzahl    Shore Gate CC              39-41--80 +8  
 T102 John Bierkan       Aronimink GC               40-41--81 +9  
 T102 Matthew Romond     Overbrook GC               38-43--81 +9  
 T102 Jimmy Maack        Kimberton GC               44-37--81 +9  
 T102 Mike Ladden        Whitford CC                42-39--81 +9  
 T102 Mike Paukovits     St. Davids GC              41-40--81 +9  
 T102 David Morano       Hidden Creek GC            41-40--81 +9  
 T102 Tom Gilbert        Gulph Mills GC             38-43--81 +9  
 T102 Jacob Hoffer       The Union League GC        40-41--81 +9  
 T102 Justin Riegel      French Creek GC            39-42--81 +9  
 T102 Terry Hertzog      CC of York                 44-37--81 +9  
 T112 Jamie Komancheck   RiverCrest GC & Preserve   37-45--82 +10 
 T112 Graham Dendler     Trenton CC                 42-40--82 +10 
 T112 Jarod Mills        LedgeRock GC               41-41--82 +10 
 T112 Dave Roberts       Cedarbrook CC              42-40--82 +10 
 T112 Mike Furey         Mahoning Valley CC         38-44--82 +10 
 T112 Gary Hardin        Northampton CC             38-44--82 +10 
 T112 Frank Palumbo      Rolling Green GC           43-39--82 +10 
 T112 Linda Nevatt       ACE Club                   42-40--82 +10 
 T120 Brian Farrell      Sunnybrook GC              40-43--83 +11 
 T120 Steven Niland      Sunnybrook GC              41-42--83 +11 
 T120 Neil Maurer        Bear Trap Dunes Golf Club  38-45--83 +11 
 T123 Dan Bolstein       Riverton CC                43-41--84 +12 
 T123 Jeff Kiddie        Aronimink GC               42-42--84 +12 
 T123 Sean Palmer        The Union League GC        43-41--84 +12 
 T123 Mitchell Steelman  Sunnybrook GC              38-46--84 +12 
 T127 George Frake       Little Mill                43-42--85 +13 
 T127 Craig Susalka      Philly PGA                 42-43--85 +13 
 T129 Jim Larkin         Fieldstone GC              44-42--86 +14 
 T129 John Diamond       The Bucks Club             42-44--86 +14 
 T129 Mike Mack          Burlington CC              42-44--86 +14 
 T129 David Nevatt       Philly PGA                 43-43--86 +14 
 T133 Rick Gibson        Lancaster CC               44-43--87 +15 
 T133 Ed Gibson          Makefield Highlands GC     43-44--87 +15 
 135  Bryant Shuford     Llanerch CC                42-46--88 +16 
 136  Jim Smith          Philadelphia Cricket Club  43-46--89 +17 
 137  Paul Galczyk       Westover CC                45-45--90 +18 

DID NOT FINISH

 DQ   John Rudolph       Fieldstone GC              E             

Furey Surges to Win at Laurel Creek Classic

Mount Laurel, N.J – The Laurel Creek Classic was played on Monday, May 23 at Laurel Creek Country Club. The one-day individual stroke play event featured more than 100 Philadelphia PGA Professionals. Despite the early tournament sunshine players near the end of the field had to contend with a 1-hour weather delay before completing their rounds.

The first player to break away from the field was John Appleget (Wildwood G&CC) who posted a score of 3-under-par (68). Appleget posted four birdies through his first ten holes before stumbling on holes ten and eleven with a double bogey and bogey. Appleget was able to right the ship with a birdie on the par-3 fourteenth before closing with impressive birdie on the difficult closing hole.

As play continued, more than an hour went by before anyone was able to match Appleget at the top of the leaderboard. However, section newcomer Bob Heintz (University of Pennsylvania) was able to join Appleget at 3-under-par (68) after carding five birdies against only two bogeys. Heintz made all of his birdies during a seven hole stretch between holes 5-11.

The weather that threatened the tournament throughout the afternoon finally wreaked havoc as severe weather caused a more than one hour weather delay late in the day.

When play resumed one player was able to surge ahead of the leaders and take control of the tournament. Playing in the next to last group Mike Furey (Mahoning Valley Country Club) played a near flawless round of golf en route to a tournament winning score of 5-under-par (66). Furey carded six birdies, three on each nine, and only one bogey, which came on the difficult par-3 seventeenth hole to capture his first Philadelphia PGA tournament win.

“It feels great to get this win today”, said Furey about his first Philadelphia PGA tournament win. “I played really good today and putted even better. I think the weather delay worked to my advantage and help to calm my nerves. I hoping I can take this momentum into the next week and the rest of the year.”

Appleget did take home the top prize in the tournament’s senior division, marking his first senior win of the 2016 season. Appleget managed to beat second place finisher Bob Lennon (Wilmington Country Club) by two-strokes after Lennon posted a 1-under-par (70). Rounding out the top three in the senior division was George Forster (Radnor Valley Country Club) who carded an even par (71) early in the day.

Immediately following today’s tournament, Forster headed to Benton Harbor, Michigan and The Golf Club at Harbor Shores to prepare this weekend’s 77th Senior PGA Championship presented by KitchenAid. Forster will be joined by fellow Philadelphia Senior PGA Professionals Stu Ingraham (M Golf Range) and Brian Kelly (Bucknell Golf Club).

The Professionals of the Philadelphia PGA would like to thank event sponsors TaylorMade Golf and Mr. Mark Krahe, Adidas Golf and Mr. Tom Kelly, PGA, as well as our partners from Evolve Golf. The next event on the Philadelphia PGA calendar is the prestigious Haverford Trust Philadelphia PGA Classic schedule for Tuesday, May 31. The top prize for this annual event is $100,000.

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The Laurel Creek Classic

May 23, 2016
Individual Pro Media Results

 1    Mike Furey         Mahoning Valley CC         33-33--66 -5  
 T2   John Appleget      Wildwood Golf & CC         33-35--68 -3  
 T2   Bob Heintz         U of Penn                  33-35--68 -3  
 T4   Bill Walker        Riverton CC                36-33--69 -2  
 T4   Corey McAlarney    Sunnybrook GC              34-35--69 -2  
 T4   Greg Matthias      Tavistock CC               35-34--69 -2  
 T4   Alex Knoll         Bethlehem GC- Monacacy     35-34--69 -2  
 T8   Andrew Turner      Whitford CC                37-33--70 -1  
 T8   Bob Lennon         Wilmington CC              36-34--70 -1  
 T8   David Morano       Hidden Creek GC            35-35--70 -1  
 T8   Chris Gray         Wild Quail G & CC          35-35--70 -1  
 T8   Sam Ambrose        Aronimink GC               34-36--70 -1  
 T8   Carson Solien      Aronimink GC               36-34--70 -1  
 14   George Forster     Radnor Valley CC           35-36--71 E   
 T15  John Spina         Philadelphia Cricket Club  37-35--72 +1  
 T15  Dave McNabb        Applebrook GC              36-36--72 +1  
 T15  Scott Reilly       Philadelphia CC            36-36--72 +1  
 T15  Bob Hennefer       Indian Springs GC          36-36--72 +1  
 T15  Rich Steinmetz     Spring Ford CC             37-35--72 +1  
 T15  Don DeAngelis      Squires GC                 35-37--72 +1  
 T15  Bill Sautter       Philadelphia Cricket Club  35-37--72 +1  
 T15  Eric McNamee       Golf Galaxy - Montgomery   37-35--72 +1  
 T15  Adam Brigham       Waynesborough CC           34-38--72 +1  
 T15  John Rudolph       Fieldstone GC              36-36--72 +1  
 T25  Michael Little     Lookaway GC                39-34--73 +2  
 T25  Mark Sheftic       Merion GC                  36-37--73 +2  
 T25  Jordan Gibbs       Gulph Mills GC             36-37--73 +2  
 T25  Mike Moses         Concord CC                 37-36--73 +2  
 T25  Mike Heidler       GolfTEC Mainline           36-37--73 +2  
 T25  Don Allan          Burlington CC              36-37--73 +2  
 T25  Dustin McCormick   Glen Brook GC              38-35--73 +2  
 T32  Bryan Kienke       Aronimink GC               35-39--74 +3  
 T32  Jeff Herb          Waynesborough CC           38-36--74 +3  
 T32  Pat Butkus         Philadelphia CC            37-37--74 +3  
 T32  Kevin Kraft        Bumble Bee Hollow          38-36--74 +3  
 T36  John Allen         Huntingdon Valley CC       37-38--75 +4  
 T36  Dean Halterman     Galloway National GC       37-38--75 +4  
 T36  Matt Goudie        Lancaster CC               39-36--75 +4  
 T36  Brian Hollins      Trenton CC                 36-39--75 +4  
 T36  Dave Quinn         Links GC                   39-36--75 +4  
 T36  Greg Farrow        Deerwood CC                37-38--75 +4  
 T36  Eric Kennedy       Overbrook GC               38-37--75 +4  
 T36  Mark Anderson      Philadelphia Cricket Club  36-39--75 +4  
 T36  Michael Ferguson   Philadelphia Cricket Club  34-41--75 +4  
 T36  Rick McCall        Wild Quail G & CC          39-36--75 +4  
 T36  Trevor Bensel      Huntingdon Valley CC       38-37--75 +4  
 T36  Ashley Grier       Overbrook GC               36-39--75 +4  
 T48  John Cooper        Green Valley CC            38-38--76 +5  
 T48  Eddie Perrino      Eagle Rock Resort          38-38--76 +5  
 T48  John DiMarco       Laurel Creek CC            40-36--76 +5  
 T48  Mike Paukovits     St. Davids GC              39-37--76 +5  
 T48  Curtis Kirkpatrick Indian Springs GC          38-38--76 +5  
 T48  Rob Coyne          Applecross CC              39-37--76 +5  
 T48  Mike Meisenzahl    Shore Gate CC              37-39--76 +5  
 T48  Andy Watters       Talamore Country Club      38-38--76 +5  
 T56  Wes Hollis         Patriots Glen National GC  39-38--77 +6  
 T56  Steve Frederick    Lehigh CC                  37-40--77 +6  
 T56  George Frake       Little Mill                37-40--77 +6  
 T56  Jaime Gylan        Royal Manchester GL        38-39--77 +6  
 T56  Jason Calhoun      LaSalle University         40-37--77 +6  
 T56  Matthew Hillier    Pine Valley GC             40-37--77 +6  
 T62  David Clark        Pine Valley GC             39-39--78 +7  
 T62  Michael Dean       Cedarbrook CC              41-37--78 +7  
 T62  Nick Gorman        GolfTEC Moorestown         39-39--78 +7  
 T62  Eric Figueroa      McCall Golf & CC           39-39--78 +7  
 T62  Matthew Romond     Overbrook GC               40-38--78 +7  
 T62  Vincent Piazza     Makefield Highlands GC     38-40--78 +7  
 T62  Tony Perla         Philadelphia Cricket Club  39-39--78 +7  
 T62  Hugo Mazzalupi     Patriots Glen National GC  40-38--78 +7  
 T62  Jim Bromley        Play-a-Round Golf          38-40--78 +7  
 T62  Brian Dionisio     Aronimink GC               42-36--78 +7  
 T62  Dave Pagett        Whitemarsh Valley CC       38-40--78 +7  
 T62  Gregg Gipp         The Springhaven Club       38-40--78 +7  
 T62  Ryan Shaughnessy   Wedgewood Golf Course      42-36--78 +7  
 T75  Joe Kogelman       GolfTEC Moorestown         39-40--79 +8  
 T75  Rick Flesher       Applebrook GC              39-40--79 +8  
 T75  Anthony Napoletano GolfTEC-KoP                37-42--79 +8  
 T75  Tim Beegle         Lancaster CC               37-42--79 +8  
 T75  Terry Hertzog      CC of York                 41-38--79 +8  
 T80  John Bierkan       Aronimink GC               38-42--80 +9  
 T80  Matt Episcopo      Pine Valley GC             38-42--80 +9  
 T82  John Tyrell        Running Deer GC            37-44--81 +10 
 T82  Gary Hardin        Northampton CC             40-41--81 +10 
 T82  Stephen Sieracki   Indian Springs GC          42-39--81 +10 
 T82  Reed Lansinger     Philadelphia Cricket Club  40-41--81 +10 
 T82  Ron Pine           Whitemarsh Valley CC       46-35--81 +10 
 T87  Frank Bianco       Crossgates                 38-44--82 +11 
 T87  Dave Roberts       Cedarbrook CC              47-35--82 +11 
 T87  Jonathan Trauner   GolfTEC Moorestown         42-40--82 +11 
 T90  Jim Smith          Philadelphia Cricket Club  44-39--83 +12 
 T90  Paul Galczyk       Westover CC                41-42--83 +12 
 T90  David Sandberg     Pine Valley GC             43-40--83 +12 
 93   Kyle Tasselmyer    Lehigh CC                  43-41--84 +13 
 94   Frank Palumbo      Rolling Green GC           42-43--85 +14 
 T95  Ryan Smith         Radley Run CC              41-45--86 +15 
 T95  Mark McCartney     Little Mill                45-41--86 +15 
 T97  Daniel McCracken   Philadelphia Cricket Club  45-42--87 +16 
 T97  Jim Parella        Blue Bell CC               45-42--87 +16 
 99   Bill Smith         Mahoning Valley CC         45-43--88 +17 
 100  Chris Hutchinson   White Oaks GC              44-45--89 +18 
 101  Tony Shields       ACE Club                   48-42--90 +19