Created on Thursday, 23 August 2007 15:48
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 August 2007 15:49
Over 50 of the best amateur golfers in the state
will gather at the Sugarbush Golf Club beginning today, August 23, for
the Vermont State Mid Amateur Tournament.
The four-day event is part of the Vermont Golf Association's state
Amateur Series that began back in June. The series of three tournaments
features the Vermont Amateur, the Vermont Mid Amateur and the Vermont
Senior Amateur. The mid Am features the best amateur golfers ages 35
"To be selected as a tournament venue is great recognition for the
(Sugarbush) club," remarked Sugarbush's assistant golf pro R.J. Austin.
"It shows how far we've come as a course and opens the door for
Sugarbush hosting more major competitions."
This is the first time Sugarbush has ever hosted a major men's amateur tournament.
The tournament begins today at 8 a.m. with players competing for 32
spots. The field will be winnowed down to the best two players who will
face off in a match play final on Sunday.
For the latest golf information visit sugarbush.com.