Friday, September 16, 2016

Titleist 917 Launch Event at Stowe CC

Players itching to get their hands on Titleist’s new 917 line of drivers and fairway woods can get a sneak peak at Stowe Country Club on Sept. 17 between 11:00AM and 3:00PM. You can stop in to try the clubs, but for a full fitting by a Titleist Representative call the golf shop.
Golfers can try out and be fit for the 917D2 and 917D3 drivers as well as the 917F2 and 017F3 fairway woods, which otherwise reach retail Oct. 21. Players can pre-order clubs Saturday at the fitting events.
“If you purchase a 917 driver off the rack in its neutral settings, you’ll be getting exceptional all-around performance. It’s the best driver we’ve ever made,” said Josh Talge, vice president of Titleist golf club marketing. “But if you can give us about 30 minutes and 30 swings to get properly fit into 917’s adjustable technologies, you’ll also be getting a driver that is essentially designed for you, a driver that is custom built to get the absolute most out of your golf swing. We’re confident you’ll experience significant performance gains.”
A list of participating stores, golf courses and fitting centers is available at www.titleist.com/917. Many private clubs also will host previews of the clubs for their members.

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Updates


Phenomenal Phinish at New England PGA Senior Championship

Stowe Mt Resort Director of Golf Ron Philo Jr. shot a final- round three under par 67, to finish the NEPGA Senior Championship, at six under par with a total net score of 134, to win the championship trophy at the Okemo Valley Golf Club in Ludlow, VT. “I’m proud to have brought the trophy here to Stowe for the next year, thank you to my team back at Stowe Country Club and Stowe Mountain Club for your support as I went to compete,” Ron Philo commented.

If anything was to be learned from the New England PGA Senior Championship, it’s that experience is key. With the final day wrapping up on Thursday 8/4, all of the golf professionals, many of which who have 30 plus years of golf experience, took on the tough play the field built from the first day. However, only some were able to capitalize on their first round successes.

Philo was atop the leaderboard at the end of Wednesday’s round. He came out on Thursday with his experience playing in national PGA events and his experience playing the Okemo Valley course. This experience helped him greatly in his round. He made two birdies on the fourth and fifth holes, and one bogey on the seventh to close out his front nine. On the back, he birdied the 10th and 14th to finish again with a 67, and finish the tournament at six under par 134.

Many of the New England PGA professionals were also using the NEPGA Senior Championship as a qualifier for the Senior Professional National Championship at PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie Florida on November 17-20. Ron Philo was also already exempt through his wins in the Professional National Championship.
 


Match Play

The new Net Match is going along quite well with all of the flights finished except for 2!

Congrats to the following Winners:

1st Flight - Chris Mancini
2nd Flight - David Kalil
5th Flight - Patricia Mogan
4th Flight - Steve Clark

The Gross Match Play has already started Qualifying will take place for the entire month of August. The goal is to qualify the lowest 16 scores. This event is open to everyone. Those interested in attempting to qualify would pay a $10 fee for each attempt in the golf shop prior to teeing off. Play would commence from the designated event spot for each hole and score cards must be signed, attested and returned to the golf shop on the day of play.

Refer to these links for more specific rules and assistance on the event.

Gross Match Play Yellow Card - Women

Gross Match Play White Card - Senior Men (55+) and Juniors (U16)

Gross Match Play Red Card - Men