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NORTON, Massachusetts – The Spring Team Match season came to a close as 25 teams will have their names etched into history for having won their Cup.
“What an amazing season, filled with lots of team spirit and camaraderie,” said Naomi Nesenoff, Manager of Women’s Events and Player Development for Mass Golf. “Congratulations to all of the winning teams in each Cup and we look forward to honoring them with the engraving of their team name on our Cup trophies in the Massachusetts Golf Museum.”
One of Mass Golf’s largest competitive fields, the Spring Team Matches carry a field size of 144 teams in a total of 24 Cups. Each Cup is made up of 6 teams who travel between courses every Thursday during the months of April and May. The competition dates back to 1900 when the Women’s Golf Association of Boston was formed, which in 1929 became known as the Women’s Golf Association of Massachusetts and in 2018 merged with the Massachusetts Golf Association to form Mass Golf.
“The member clubs and courses are extremely supportive of Spring Team Matches. It is a lot of coordination each week during April and May, but they continue to provide the teams and their guests with everything they need to be successful. We appreciate the level of importance that they have placed on continuing to grow women’s amateur golf in Massachusetts.”
Cup 1 – Renaissance 1
Cup 2 – Oakley Country Club 1
Cup 3 – Marshfield Country Club 1
Cup 4 – Charter Oak Country Club 1
Cup 5 – Foxborough Country Club 1
Cup 6 – Country Club of Halifax
Cup 7 – Essex County Club
Cup 8 – The Haven Country Club
Cup 9 – Crumpin-Fox Club
Cup 10 – Acushnet River Valley Golf Course 1
Cup 11 – Kernwood Country Club
Cup 12 – Marlborough Country Club
Cup 13 – Brae Burn Country Club
Cup 14 – Northern Spy Golf Club 2
Cup 15 – Mount Pleasant Golf Club
Cup 16 – Marshfield CC 2
Cup 17 – Tie – Walpole Country Club 2 – Dedham Country & Polo Club 2
Cup 18 – Allendale Country Club
Cup 19 – Gannon Municipal Golf Course 2
Cup 20 – Rockport Golf Club
Cup 21 – Wahconah Country Club 2
Cup 22 – Charter Oak Country Club 2
Cup 23 – Acushnet River Valley Golf Course 2
Cup 24 – William J Devine Golf Course 3
“We had many new teams and new captains join Spring Teams this year and have received numerous positive responses about their first year participating in Spring Team Matches,” said Naomi Nesenoff. “The biggest response was regarding all of the wonderful women they had the opportunity to meet and golf with. Spring Teams provides a great opportunity to compete and enjoy 5 rounds at beautiful golf courses. Our cups span throughout the entire state from the Cape all the way out to the Berkshires.”
For more information on Spring Team Matches for next year, please reach out to Naomi Nesenoff, Manager of Women’s Events and Player Development with Mass Golf.
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Mass Golf is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to advancing golf in Massachusetts by building an engaged community around the sport. Made up of 90,000 golfers statewide, Mass Golf is one of the largest state golf associations in the country. Presently, more than two-thirds of the 360-member clubs are public-access facilities, while nearly one-half of member golfers are enrolled at public facilities. Mass Golf offers its member’s services including handicapping, event access, youth programming and exciting golf content.