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New Jersey PGA Insider

September 2016 Issue

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Beach Leads By One Over McCormick Entering Final Round of Fall Finale

 


Pictured: Alex Beach
 

West Caldwell, N.J. - Section Championship winner Alex Beach of Ridgewood shot a second round 69 to take a one-stroke lead over Mark McCormick.

 

Beach is looking to secure his first OMEGA Player of the Year Award Presented by Dunning Golf, while McCormick is bidding for his fourth major. McCormick won the 2001 and 2010 Charity Clambake, as well as the 2008 NJ State Open.

 

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Richard Terga of Mountain Ridge shot a second round 73 to fall three shots behind Beach. Terga is seeking his first major title.

 

 

 
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BROOKLAKE COUNTRY CLUB WINS LADY PRO AM AT CRESTMONT CC

Pictured L-R: Marissa Soriano, Rose Wishner, Dave McGovern & Ratchanee Benson


West Orange, NJ – The 2016 NJPGA Pro Lady Champions Dave McGovern & Ratchanee Benson are on top of the leaderboard once again.  McGovern & Benson and two other Brooklake Country Club members, Rose Wishner & Marissa Soriano, teamed up to win the Lincoln Motor Company Lady Pro Am at Crestmont Country Club.  The 4-person team fired a 25-under par total of 123 which was one better of the team from White Beeches Golf & Country Club.

Fore Seasons Golf Tours Closest to the Pin Winner – Meryl Topchik

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Alex Beach Wins the 88th New Jersey PGA Championship

        
      
 

Edison, N.J. - Alex Beach can now call himself a multiple New Jersey PGA major winner.

 

The 27-year-old battled from four-strokes behind to win his second major and first New Jersey PGA Professional Championship at Plainfield Country Club Thursday afternoon by two-strokes over Sam Kang.

 

 

“I’m thrilled but kind of surprised and shocked,” Beach said. “I had no idea where I stood. I didn’t look at a scoreboard all day. To find out Sam was right there and I came out on top feels good.”

 

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Beach has finished inside the top-10 in 10 of his 17 events this season. He has four victories this year including a win with runner-up Sam Kang at the Pro Pro Championship.

 

In May, Beach won the Assistant Event at Plainfield for the second consecutive year.

 

“I came into this with confidence,” Beach said. “I love this golf course. I’ve had a lot of success here before.”

 

Beach began his final round with a bogey and double-bogey, but reeled off four birdies in his final five holes to shoot a 3-under 69.

 

 

“It was a grind,” the Ridgewood Assistant said. “This is one of those rounds where you have to stay in it mentally.”

 

 

With the win, Beach is now the No. 1 ranked player in the Omega Player of the Year standings over Dan Kinn.

 

 

Player of the Year Standings

 

 

Beach, along with the top 11 finishers, have now qualified for the PGA Professional Championship at Sunriver Resort in June 2017.

 

Below are the 11 qualifiers:
 

1. Alex Beach

2. Sam Kang

T3. Pat Fillian

T3. Dan Kinn

T5. Brett Jones

T5. Bill Britton

T7. Kevin Maciorowski

T7. Vince Ramagli

T7. Frank Esposito

10. Craig Smith

T11. Marc Issler (Won in playoff)


“It’s been an interesting year for me. Not being able to really compete at the [PGA Professional Championship] that was kind of heartbreaking to me. I’m ecstatic to compete next year in Oregon and hopefully compete healthy. To recover from that, this feels pretty special.”

 

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