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Welcome to your local source for Northern Virginia amateur golf. Our goal is to promote and report on area amateur events as well those at the state or national level which involve golfers from the Northern Virginia area. The site includes tournament schedules and results, as well as reference links for courses in the VSGA Northern Sections and major golf associations. In addition, archival information is provided for all championships conducted by the Northern Sections, to include Past Champions and tournament summaries/results, since their inception in 1971. Please help further enhance this site by contacting us with suggestions or results of events not covered.

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Rob Keith is Northern Virginia Senior Amateur Champion - Dwight Holman Tops Super Seniors
June 13, 2017

KeithLast year in this event at Laurel Hill GC, Rob Keith shot an opening round even-par 71 and found himself alone in the lead by three shots. A bad start in the final round, however, allowed many players back in and Keith eventually finished in fifth place. This year he opened with a 1-under 69 at the Mount Vernon CC and again was in the lead, but this time he was tied with Chip Beveridge (Belle Haven CC), with several other contenders still in the game - which may have helped him maintain his focus throughout the final round. Keith pulled out a one shot victory over a trio of those contenders - Beveridge, three time champion Stan Williams ( River Creek Club), and Laurel Hill's Eddie Walker, who had the low round of the day (71) among the regular seniors. Keith turned in 36 with bogies at holes' 3 and 7, and a birdie at the 8th. This gave him a one stroke advantage over Beveridge and Williams, but Walker fashioned a 34 to tie Keith for the lead. Walker grabbed the lead at the 10th when Keith's drive went out of bounds over the green on the short par-4 and he made a double bogey. The lead then fluctuated between Walker, Williams, Keith and Beveridge until the pivotal 15th hole when Keith's length allowed him to reach the par-5 in two and two-putt for a birdie. This moved him back into the lead by one over Beveridge (who bogied the 15th) and Williams, and by two over Walker who had bogied the 12th and 14th. Playing in the last group, Keith, Williams and Beveridge all made bogey at the par 3 16th, allowing Walker to join Williams and Beveridge at one back heading to the final two holes. All four pared the 17th, with Williams making a tricky downhill 6 footer, but Keith's length came into play again on the par-4 18th when he drove it to within 30 yards of the green and easily made the par he needed to win. Keith finished with 69-73 - 142, Walker with 72-71-143, Williams with 71-72-143 and Beveridge with 69-74-143. Ron Clatterbuck (Evergreen CC) was fifth at 146. The 61-year old Keith was also on his home club's A-Team (Chantilly National GCC) as they won that championship in April.

The super-senior division (age 65+) was implemented in 2015 and the first two winners (Peter Jacobi and Tom Grady) were also previous winners of the regular senior championship. Holman Dwight Holman (The Piedmont Club) continued that tradition as the 2009 senior champion won the super-senior division with a final round 2-under 68, edging out Jacobi by one shot. Holman began the day 4 shots back of first round co-leaders Lynn Wessman and Cal Coolidge, but began quickly with an eagle 2 on the par-four 3rd hole - the most difficult hole on the course. A lost tee shot on the 5th hole, however resulted in a triple bogey, but he quickly recovered with a birdie 2 at the 6th, turning in 35. Jacobi started the final round two shots back, but a 38 on the outward nine put him one back of Holman. Both played the back nine in 2-under 33, with Holman making birdies on holes 10 and 14 (the latter a tap-in after another near hole-out for eagle), while Jacobi made birdie on the difficult 12th hole and a two-putt birdie on the par-five 15th. Holman finsihed at 75-68 - 143, while Jacobi fished with 73-71 - 144. Bob Albus (River Bend CC) and Walt Marin (Army Navy CC) tied for third at 145.

The Northern Sections would like to thank the Mount Vernon CC for hosting this year's championship, with special thanks to PGA Golf Professional Bryan Armstrong, PGA, his staff and to Superintendent Mike King, GCSAA, for the excellent playing conditions.
Final Results

Pictured: Top left - Tournament Director Don Jeanes and Champion Rob Keith; Bottom right - Dwight Holman and Jeanes

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Keith, Beveridge Lead Northern Virginia Senior Amateur - Wessman, Coolidge Lead Super Seniors
June 12, 2017

The Mount Vernon CC received wide-spread approval of the recent course renovations from the field - in spite of giving up only two scores of par or better in the opening round of the Northern Virginia Senior Amateur today. Rob Keith (Chantilly National) birdied his first hole (#6 in the shotgun start), along with holes 14 and 15, but bogeys in between at 9 and 12 still left him at 1-under 69. Chip Beveridge (Belle Haven), also got off to a good start with an eagle 2 at his second hole (the 10th) and added a birdie at the 17th, with bogeys in between at 12 and 15, to also finish with 69. Three time champion Stan Williams (River Creek Club) and Ron Clatterbuck (Evergreen CC) are tied for third with 1-over 71. In the super-senior division, Lynn Wessman (Army Navy) and Cal Coolidge Blue Ridge Shadows GC) are tied at 71. Each golfer had four birdies - Wessman at holes 4,7,10 and 16, and Coolidge on holes 3,4,8 and 18. Play will be scheduled tee times on Tuesday beginning at 10:16.
Day 1 Results      Final Round Pairings

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Northern Virginia Senior Am Preview - Mt. Vernon CC, Monday-Tuesday
June 9, 2017

The Mount Vernon CC will host the 34th edition of the Northern Virginia Senior Amateur next Monday and Tuesday, June 12-13. Loudoun CC's Mike McLister is the defending champion, winning on his first try last year at Laurel Hill GC. McLister will start on Hole #1 in the 1:00 shotgun start with three-time champion Stan Williams (River Creek Club) and George Kapetanakis (Trump National DC). Other top-5 finishers from last year also entered are Dave Prokop (Evergreen CC, T-2nd), Eddie Walker (Laurel Hill, 4th) and Rob Keith (Chantilly National GCC, T-5th). In the super-senior division, recent VSGA Super Senior champion Peter Jabobi (Army Navy CC), Bob Albus (River Bend CC), Bill Engel (Army Navy CC), Dick Blackburn (Belle Haven CC) and Dwight Holman (The Piedmont Club) head a strong field. Mount Vernon has recently completed several renovations to its course and will offer a challenging test for the championship. Please see the "Special Notes" for additional information all players should know prior to arriving on Monday.
Day 1 Pairings      Special Notes

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Peel - Moseley Win Curly Licklider 4-Ball - Hansen - Clatterbuck Senior Winners
June 7, 2017

Rick Peel and Steve Moseley shot a 9-under 63 Champsto capture the Curly Licklider Memorial Four-Ball June 5 at the Winchester CC. Their total was two shots ahead of runners-up Luke Long and Travis Gahman. The teams of Josh Riggleman - Tag Corrigan and Steve Krynicki - Conor Cafferty tied for third with 66. In the senior division, the teams of Ken Hanson - Ron Clatterbuck and Doug Cushman - Mike Howell tied for first with 6-under 66. Birdies on the first two playoff holes by the Cushman - Howell team, however, were not enough to offset Clatterbuck's three straight birdies, giving the Hanson - Clatterbuck team the win. Results
Pictured (L to R): Rick Peel, Steve Moseley

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Peter Jacobi Wins VSGA Super Senior Stroke Play
June 2, 2017

jacobiArmy Navy's Peter Jacobi has been one of Northern Virginia's top super senior golfers since he turned 65 nine years ago. In 2011 he won his first VSGA Super Senior Stroke Play Championship (along with the Northern Virginia Senior Amateur), and yesterday, at age 74, he added his second VSGA Super Senior Stroke Play Championship at Stonehenge GCC in Richmond. Jacobi seems to like the tougher layouts the best, being the only golfer in the field to better par at Belmont CC in 2011, and yesterday being the only golfer to match par with a two-day total of 72-70-142. His final nine 3-under 32, with birdies at holes 11, 13 and 17 made up a 2-shot deficit against Richmond's John Cumo after 27 holes, and one shot on fellow Army Navy member Bill Engel. Cumo (70-74)and Richmond's Mike Thompson (75-69) tied for second at 144. Engel, a two-time winner of this event himself, finished fifth with 70-77 - 147. For complete story and results, see www.VSGA.org
Photo: VSGA.org

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Tallent-Decker Win Third VSGA Senior 4-Ball Title
May 26, 2017

Northern Virginia's Pat Tallent and Martinsville's Keith Decker won their third VSGA Senior Four-Ball Stroke Play Championship yesterday at International CC with rounds of 62-66 for a 14-under 128 total to win by one shot over Leon Roday and Scott Reisenweaver. The pair have 33 state championships between them - Decker has 28, which is why he was inducted into the Virginia Hall of Fame this week, and Tallent has 5, plus a U.S. Senior Amateur and Senior British Amateur. RTJ's Tim Vigotsky teamed with Farmington's Philip Malone to tie for third at 131 with Old Hickory's Pete DeTemple and Mike Krulich (Ballyhack GC). Andy Heye (Chantilly National GCC) and Rich Buckner (RTJ) finished fifth with 134. Other top-ten finishes for Northern Virginians were Chantilly's Bob Harwick and Rob Keith, along with Harry Thomas (Washington Golf) and George Kapetanakis (Trump National) tying for seventh (136); and three teams tying for ninth at 137: Jon Zampedro (Chantilly GCC)- Jack Allara , Joe Johnson (Springfield GCC) - Randall Newsome (The Piedmont Club) and Daniel Yates (Stonewall GC) - Dean Griffith (Shenandoah Valley GC). For complete story and results, see www.VSGA.org

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Brandon Cigna is Metropolitan Mid-Am Champion
May 23, 2017

Arlington's Brandon Cigna won the 2017 Washington Metropolitan Mid-Amateur Championship yesterday with a two-under 142 at the Old South CC in Lothian, MD. Cigna, runner-up in last year's USGA Four-Ball Championship with Olney, Maryland's Ben Warnquist, took a two shot lead into the afternoon's second round after an opening 3-under 69, then finished with a 73 for a two-shot victory over Andrew Kolarik (Cockeysville, MD). Vienna's Tony Bostic opened with a 76, but then matched Cigna's low score of the tournament with a 69 in the final round to finish third with a 1-over 145 total. Northern Virginia golfers Rob Menefee (Belle Haven CC) and Dan Lesando (Trump National) also had top-10 finishes, tying for seventh at 150. For complete story and results, see www.WMGAGOLF.org

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Maben-Mutter Win VSGA 4-Ball Stroke Play - Northern Virginia Teams 2 Shots Back
May 21, 2017

Suffolk's BJ Maben and Kyle Mutter captured the VSGA Four-Ball Stoke Play Championship yesterday on the first playoff hole against the team of John Rosenstock (Portsmouth)and Brett Chambers (Richmond). Both teams shot 12-under at the Willow Oaks CC in Richmond. Three teams with Northern Virginia players tied for fifth at 10-under 130 - Scott Shingler (Evergreen CC) and Justin Young; Jeffrey Long (Evergreen CC) and Adam Horton; and Jimmy Delp (Laurel Hill) and Ben Keffer. The latter two teams will play in the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship later this month at Pinehurst. For complete results and story, see www.VSGA.org

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Entry Forms Available for Northern Virginia Championships - Senior Am Entries Due June 7
May 17, 2017

The 2017 Northern Virginia Championships will begin June 12-13 with the Senior Amateur hosted by the Mount Vernon CC in Alexandria. Mount Vernon recently completed renovation of their fairways and has hosted several Northern Virginia championships in the past. Mike McLister (Loudoun CC) is the defending champion. Entires are due June 7. The "regular" Northern Virginia Amateur follows August 11-13 at The Club at Lansdowne in Leesburg. The first round will be on the RTJ course, with the Norman and RTJ courses being used for the second and third rounds respectively for those making the cut. Jeff Long (Evergreen CC) is the defending champion. The Senior Four-Ball is next on the schedule on August 28 at Heritage Hunt GCC in Gainesville. This will be the third senior championship hosted by Heritage Hunt, which held the Senior Am in 2014 and the Senior Four-Ball in 2005. Michael Keating (Laurel Hill GC) and Richard Lion (Springfield GCC) are the defending champions. The 2017 championships will conclude September 9-10 at Raspberry Falls GHC in Leesburg with the "regular" Four-Ball. Raspberry Falls is one of the premier public venues in the Northern Sections, offering a challenging links-style design with several risk/reward opportunities, especially in a team format. South Riding's Conor Cafferty and Harold Dill are the defending champions. The senior championships are open to players age 55 years and older, will the "regular" championships are open to any age. The entry forms are currently posted on the "Entry Forms" page (the Senior Four-Ball will be posted at a later date) .

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Morris/West Capture Mid-Atlantic Senior 4-Ball - LeClere/Howell Lose to Birdie On 4th Playoff Hole
May 16, 2017

The teams of Bob Morris (Congretional CC) - Marty West Columbia CC) and International's Dave LeClere and Mike Howell shot 3-under 68s yesterday at the U.S. Naval Academy GC to tie for first place in the Middle Atlantic Senior Four-Ball. After three pars, Morris and West won with a birdie on the fourth playoff hole. Defending champions Tim Vigotsky (RTJ GC) and Tim Krouse (Westwood CC) finished third with 69. Barry Flaer - George Eashburn II won the Super-Senior Division with 68. Army Navy's Lynn Wessman and Bill Engel tied for second with 70. For complete story and results, see www.MIDDLEATLANTICGA.org

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Cigna-Mease Belle Haven Champions - Tallent-Sughrue Senior Winners
May 8, 2017

Brandon Cigna and Bart Mease teamed for rounds of 68-66-67 to finish at 15-under 201, winning the 68th Belle Haven Four-Ball yesterday by two shots over Christopher Baloga and Ray Sheedy (71-65-67 - 203). Pat Tallent and Matt Sughrue opened with an 8-under 64 and won the Senior Division by seven shots (64-69-68 - 201) over Lee Flemister and Dave Nocar, Jr. (67-70-71 - 208). Results

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The "Past Champions" sections span back to 1971 and are now basically complete. Please contact the webmaster with information you may have concerning the Northern Virginia Four-Ball held in 2005; A-Team winner for 1993 and runners-up in years 93, 96 and 97; and the Northern Virginia Mid-Amateur winner for 1995 (held at Mt. Vernon CC).    Archives 


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