Blue Rock Golf Course Club Championship Results

Eleventh Annual Club Championship last weekend...
Lynn Cormier – women’s runner-up / Sara Trainer – women’s champion (See men's winners in story)

South Yarmouth, MA - Blue Rock Golf Course in South Yarmouth, MA hosted its 11th Annual Club Championship during the weekend of August 10 and 11, attracting a large and enthusiastic field that enjoyed perfect weather for golf.

After two days of competitive play, Ed Meiners topped the field in the men’s division, with John Vanderlinden capturing the crown in the senior men’s category.

Sara Trainer won the women’s title, while Roberta Oberlander took home the top spot in the senior women’s division.

“Seeing the camaraderie and member support on such a big tournament is so wonderful,” said Blue Rock Golf Club Pro Jim Campbell.

“Everyone seems to be enjoying the summer here at the course,” he said.

The adult divisions played 18 holes on Saturday and Sunday.

Taking the crown in the Jr. 13 & Older category was Ryan Canney, while Ronan Finnegan topped the field in Jr. 12 & Under field. All juniors played their rounds on Sunday.

“What a great turn out for the 11th annual Club Championship and the Jr. Club Championship,” said Campbell.

All the players were greeted on the 18th hole with snacks and cold beverages.

Blue Rock Golf Course, rated by Golf Magazine as one of the BEST PAR-3 COURSES in the world is open to the public seven days a week at 48 Todd Road in South Yarmouth, MA. It was named #1 on the list of “Best Executive Golf Courses in New England” by New England Golf Monthly

(See winners' photos below)

Blue Rock Golf Course is an award-winning 18-hole par three course located at Blue Rock Resort, one of six Red Jacket Resorts in New England owned and operated by The Davenport Companies of South Yarmouth, MA. Blue Rock Golf Course is open to the public and offers memberships, private lessons, golf clinics, tournaments and events throughout the season.  For more details, visit www.bluerockgolfcourse.com.

 


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