Terms and conditions

Terms and Conditions of www.http://tmacteesoff.blogspot.com/ Below are the Terms and Conditions for use of www.http://tmacteesoff.blogspot.com/. Please read these carefully. If you need to contact us regarding any aspect of the following terms of use of our website, please contact us on the following email address - tmacgolf13@gmail.com. By accessing the content of www.http://tmacteesoff.blogspot.com/ ( hereafter referred to as website ) you agree to the terms and conditions set out herein and also accept our Privacy Policy. If you do not agree to any of the terms and conditions you should not continue to use the Website and leave immediately. You agree that you shall not use the website for any illegal purposes, and that you will respect all applicable laws and regulations. You agree not to use the website in a way that may impair the performance, corrupt or manipulate the content or information available on the website or reduce the overall functionality of the website. You agree not to compromise the security of the website or attempt to gain access to secured areas of the website or attempt to access any sensitive information you may believe exist on the website or server where it is hosted. You agree to be fully responsible for any claim, expense, losses, liability, costs including legal fees incurred by us arising from any infringement of the terms and conditions in this agreement and to which you will have agreed if you continue to use the website. The reproduction, distribution in any method whether online or offline is strictly prohibited. The work on the website and the images, logos, text and other such information is the property of www.http://tmacteesoff.blogspot.com/ ( unless otherwise stated ). Disclaimer Though we strive to be completely accurate in the information that is presented on our site, and attempt to keep it as up to date as possible, in some cases, some of the information you find on the website may be slightly outdated. www.http://tmacteesoff.blogspot.com/ reserves the right to make any modifications or corrections to the information you find on the website at any time without notice. Change to the Terms and Conditions of Use We reserve the right to make changes and to revise the above mentioned Terms and Conditions of use. Last Revised: 03-17-2017

Friday, June 22, 2012

Perla earns first Section PGA win

   (There was more golf news than could fit on a page of newsprint for Saturday's Golf Notebook in the Daily Times, so here's what didn't get in, which is one of the reasons this blog exists in the first place).

   Radnor Valley C.C. assistant pro Tony Perla earned his first Philadelphia Section PGA victory June 18 as he prevailed in a playoff over veteran Greg Farrow of Deerwood C.C. to take the Conestoga Classic at Conestoga C.C.
   Perla, whose father Tony Sr. has been a very good player in the Section for longer than he or I care to remember,  had six birdies against a bogey on his way to a 5-under 65 that matched  Farrow’s round and forced the playoff.
   Mark Sheftic, the head of instruction at Merion G.C., shared third place with Terry Hatch of Hidden Valley G.C. as each posted 4-under 66s.
   The Philadelphia PGA pros visited the Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort June 15 for the Shawnee Open, an event that had been a PGA Tour event in the 1950s.
   Radnor Valley C.C. head pro George Forster and M Golf Range instructor Stu Ingraham, both senior players, both contended with 2-under 70s.
   Forster and Ingraham settled for a tie for fourth, three shots back of Farrow, who took the title with a 5-under 67.
   The top Section pros were at Whitemarsh Valley C.C. for the Variety Tournament of Champions event June 12 and 13 and Hidden Valley’s Hatch claimed a one-shot victory with rounds of 68 and 74 for a 2-under 144 total.
U.S. Senior Open qualifying

  Ingram and Forster had teed it up in the first Champions Tour major of 2012, the Senior PGA Championship, but their bids to make it into the U.S. Senior Open field came up short in qualifying June 19 at Laurel Creek C.C.
   Only three spots were available in a contentious field trying to get to the U.S. Senior Open, which will be played July 12 to 15 at Indianwood G.&C.C. in Lake Orion, Mich.
   They went to amateurs Peter DeTemple of Callaway, Md. and David Nocar of Millersville, Md. and Bob Lennon, a teaching pro at Wilmington C.C. DeTemple and Nocar shared medalist honors with 68s and Lennon had a 69 over the 6,794-yard, par-71 Laurel Creek layout.
   Ingraham had a 1-over 72 and Forster was at 3-over 74. Amateur Mike Owsik, who owns the M Golf Range where Ingraham teaches, had a 76. Another shot back at 77 was George “Buddy” Marucci, two-time winning Walker Cup captain, including a successful Cup defense at his home course, Merion East, in 2009.

No comments:

Post a Comment