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Nashua Team Takes Home Victory at Club Team Championship

May 13th, 2017

Author: Kate Kellar
Manchester, NH –   In the second annual Club Team Championship, the Nashua Country Club team of Eric McCoy, Mike Martel, DJ Petropulos and Jaron Slattery led the field by shooting a total of 11 under par in a two best ball of the four-man team format.  This year’s event was held at the 6,100 yard, Derryfield Country Club in Manchester, New Hampshire.
The team was able to capitalize on four holes where they were able to count two birdies, 9, 11, 13, and 15.  Mike Martel alone shot one-under and helped the team with four birdies, while DJ Petropulos and Eric McCoy each contributed their fair share of birdies to their victory.  Following close behind with 10 under par was Dan Mulkern, Brett Wilson, Jeremy Muzzau, and Nick Hampoian from Golf Club of New England.
From the Net Division of the Championship, the team of Kyle Wallace, Michael Manni, Colby Boppel, and Greg Rousseau representing Manchester Country Club took home the win with 18 under par.  The team seemed to evenly contribute to the win with birdies where it counted.
This is the second year the Club Team Championship and New Hampshire Golf Association Tournament Director, Greg Howell, could not have been more pleased with the turnout and excitement for this event.  “This is a great kickoff event for our championship players.  Derryfield is a great test for all the team and yielded a worthy champion”, says Howell.
Despite the chillier-than-expected spring weather, Derryfield Country Club played a great host to this tournament.  The course played at just over 6,100 with a few holes playing into the wind.  It tested the ability of some of the top amateur golfers in the State.
Results for the 2017 Club Team Championship can be found here:
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