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UXBRIDGE, Massachusetts – On the second day of qualifying for the 2018 Massachusetts Amateur Championship, being contested from July 9-13 at William J. Devine Golf Course and George Wright Golf Course in Boston, 13 competitors from Thursday’s qualifier, held at Blissful Meadows Golf Club, earned entrance into the Championship Proper.
Celebrating its 110th year in 2018, the Massachusetts Amateur Championship remains the oldest Mass Golf Championship open to men and women alike.
An additional four competitors who finished one spot below the final qualifying spot, earned alternate status and will be placed on a priority list per the Alternate Policy, which can be found on the Mass Golf Policies and Procedures Page.
Falmouth Country Club’s Justin Turbeville, of Sandwich, earned medalist honors Thursday at Blissful Meadows Golf Club, tallying a birdie and three bogeys, to finish at 2-over par 74 amongst a field of 64 competitors who were eyeing the chance to compete in the state amateur championship in July. The 18-year old Turbeville led a group of qualifiers who have long competed in Mass Golf Championship events, including 2011 state amateur champion Ryan Riley, who finished Thursday’s 18-hole qualifying round at 3-over 75.
With 13 competitors punching tickets to the Massachusetts Amateur Championship Thursday, the field size has increased to 38 total qualifiers after a pair of local qualifiers were held Wednesday.
Justin Turbeville (Falmouth CC) 74
Ryan Riley (Pine Oaks CC) 75
Alejandro Soto (Blue Hill CC) 75
David Vensel (Westborough CC) 75
Jack Prue (LeBaron Hills CC) 76
Eric McPhail (Sandy Burr CC) 76
Jack Hughes (Thorny Lea GC) 76
Alex Yun (Brae Burn CC) 78
Jackson Mitchell (Kittansett Club) 78
Ryan Riley (Sterling National) 78
Kyle Vincze (GC at Turner Hill) 78
Evan Lyons (CC of Halifax) 78
Cob Carlson (George Wright GC) 78
Sam Parella (Wachusett CC) 79
Chris Piscatelli (Wayland CC) 79
Chris Needham (Tour Greater Bos) 79
Will Strauss (Marshfield CC) 79
The 110th Massachusetts Amateur Championship will kick off the week of July 9 at Boston’s William J. Devine Golf Course and George Wright Golf Course and will consist of two days of stroke play for all competitors, before the field is cut to the top-32 players, who will compete in three days of match play before crowning a champion. The remaining qualifiers for the state amateur will be held at the following sites.
June 4 – Cranberry Valley GC
June 4 – Berkshire Hills CC
June 5 – Gardner Municipal GC
June 6 – Foxborough CC
June 7 – Hickory Ridge GC
June 7 – Bass Rocks GC
June 18 – Oakley CC
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