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Home Team Takes the Victory at Club Team Championship

April 28th, 2018

Author: Kate Kellar
Rochester, NH –   In a strong field, the Rochester Country Club team of Jamie Ferullo, Kevin Strong, Dylan Tooch and Scott Rowell come out on top in the 2018 Club Team Championship.  Held at their home club in a two best ball of the four-person team format, the team shot a total seven under par, 137.
The Rochester team’s total beat the field by at least three shots as the next teams finished at four under par, 140.  Rowell, Strong, Ferullo, and Tooch all seemed to equally contribute to the win; only carding one bogey the entire round.  Kevin Strong led the team by shooting a 74 on his own ball, with key birdies on 9 and 15.  Ferullo followed close behind, contributing five birdies on his own.
With a Gross score of four under par, the Cochecho Country Club team of Bob Kalinowski, John Burnham, Scott Peterson, and John Flynn found themselves in first place on the Net side with a net score of 18 under par.  In second place on the Gross side was the team of Brett Wilson, Dan Mulkern, Nick Hampoian, and Jeremy Mizzau from The Golf Club of New England who finished at four under par.  The team was led by a solid round from Brett Wilson; Wilson shot two under par on his own, with four birdies on his card for the day.
The Club Team Championship is in it’s third year on the NHGA schedule and interest in the event continues to grow.  Teams of four male golfers all from the same New Hampshire golf club compete in a two best ball of the four person team with prizes awarded in both a Gross and Net division.
Results for the 2018 Club Team Championship can be found here:
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