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Welcome to your local source for Northern Virginia amateur golf. Our goal is to promote and report on area amateur events as well those at the state or national level which involve golfers from the Northern Virginia area. The site includes tournament schedules and results, as well as reference links for courses in the VSGA Northern Sections and major golf associations. In addition, archival information is provided for all championships conducted by the Northern Sections, to include Past Champions and tournament summaries/results, since their inception in 1971. Please help further enhance this site by contacting us with suggestions or results of events not covered.

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Riggleman/Corrigan Win Billy Phillips - Murphy/Brundred Take Seniors
October 30,, 2016

BP_RegJosh Riggleman and Tag Corrigan, playing their home course, won the Billy Phillips Four-Ball Invitational October 28th at the Winchester CC by four shots over Rich Buckner (RTJ) and Andy Heye (Chantilly National) with an 8-under 64. The teams of Rob Menefee (Belle Haven) - Jim Castagna and Rick Peel (Westwood CC) - Scott Shingler (Evergreen CC) tied with 69. In the Seniors division, Congressional CC's Ben Brundred and Bill Murphy won by one shot over three teams with 69. At 70 were the teams of Mark Rallas - Mark Boedicker (Raspberry Falls GC), Doug Cushman - Mike Howell (International CC) and John Long (Myrtle Beach) - Dave LeClere (International).
Pictured: Corrigan and Riggleman


Cigna/Simpson WMGA Four-Ball Champions - Stout/Berrazotto, Murphy/DeLozier Take Senior Divisions
October 30,, 2016

Brandon Cigna (Arlington) and Brian Simpson captured the Washington Metropolitan Four Ball Championship on October 24th at the Argyle CC. Cigna and Simpson tied the team of Mike Stackus and Mike Griffin with 6-under 65s, then won in a plyoff with a birdie on the first hole. Kevin Dillard (Army Navy) and Jim Nirich (Stonewall) tied for third with 69. Cigna partnered with Ben Warnquist earlier this year to finish second in the USGA Four-Ball at Winged Foot GC.

Bill Stout (Washington GCC)and Richard Berrazotto won the Senior divison with 69, while Henry DeLozier and Bill Murphy won the Super-Seniors with 71 by one shot over Lynn Wessman (Army Navy) and Don Jeanes. For the full story and complete reslts, see www.WMGAgolf.org


Northern Virginia Rallies to Win Potomac Challenge
October 19, 2016

The Northern Virginia Seniors trailed the Maryland Free State Seniors 6.5 to 5.5 after Tuesday's opening Four-Ball and Foursome matches, but took both the morning's Selective shot matches and the NoVAafternoon's Individual matches today at Springfield GCC to win the Potomac Challenge 20-10. On Tuesday, Maryland was led by the teams of Angel Divino-John Gallagher, Jim Foster-Michael Myirski and James Reilman-Brandt Schanberger, with each winning 1.5 of the possible 2 points. Richard Lion and Michael Keating led Northern Virginia as the only team on either side who captured both points, while Mark Rallas and Mark Boedicker won 1.5.

Today, Northern Virginia re-took the lead by winning the Selective Shot matches 5-1, then won the first six individual matches, with Michaeal Keating getting the deciding point over Maryland's Barry Andrews. In all, Northern Virginia won eight of the 12 individual matches and tied two for a 9.5 to 2.5 advantage. Rallas and Boedicker were the leading point winners for either side with five, while Lion and Keating won 4.5.

The team members from Northern Virginia were: Mark Boedicker, Bill Engel, Peter Jacobi, Don Jeanes (co-captain), Michael Keating, Rob Keith, Richard lion, Joe Magnone, Walt Martin, David Prokop, Mark Rallas, and Lynn Wessman (co-captain).

The team members from Maryland were: Barry Andrews, Angel Divino, Lee Flemister, Jim Foster, John Gallagher, Kevin Lee, Matthew Margolies, Sean Mulgrew, Michael Myirski, James Reilman, Brandt Schanberger, Mike Shaver and Bill Stricker (non-playing captain).

The Northern Virginia Sections would like to thank the Springfield GCC for hosting this year's event.
Pictured (LtoR): Prokop, Lion, Keith, Rallas, Keating, Magnone, Engel, Wessman, Martin, Jeanes, Boedicker, Jacobi


Adam Houck Wins Evergreen Invitational - Vigotsky, Castagna Capture Senior Divisions
October 15, 2016

Richmond's Adam Houck (The Federal Club) has several top ten finishes in VSGA point tournaments this season, but he captured his first 2016EAIwin in the designated events today with a one-under par 143 (70-73) at the Evergreen CC to take the title in the 46th Evergreen Autumn Invitational. Houck's two-under 70 in Friday's opening round was the only score in the entire field in red numbers and gave him a three shot lead over Army Navy's Kevin Dillard going into today's final round. Jimmy Delp (Laurel Hill) and Jeffrey Klatt (Medal of Honor GC) were four back with 74. Houck had only one birdie today, but a steady dose of pars (15 total) gave him a 4 shot lead over Dillard at the turn and the eventual margin of 5 shots over Klatt, who finished second with 74-74-148. Dillard finished third with 73-77-150, while Francesco Romano (Raspberry Falls GHC) finished fourth with 76-76-152. Houck had previously finished fifth in the Bay Creek Amateur, and third in two four-ball events - the Chantilly National Invitational and the Willow Oaks Four-Ball. His 50 points earned by winning the Evergreen Invitational could move him into the top 15 in VSGA player rankings.

In the Senior division, Tim Vigotsky (RTJ) continued his excellent play this season with a five shot victory over Lee Flemister. Vigotsky, coming off a win the the Washington Metropolitan Senior Amateur 10 days ago, opened Friday with 73, two better than Congressional's Ben Brundred, and three ahead of Darrell Lanier. An opening nine today of one-under 35 put him six shots clear of Brundred, and despite a few miscues on the back side, his three birdies on the front and three on the back, including three in a row starting at the 13th, kept him comfortably ahead throughout. His final round one-under 71 gave him a even par 144 total. Flemister had rounds of 77-72-149 for his second-place finish, while Brundred had a second consecutive 75 to tie Evergreen's Dave Prokop (76-74) at 150 for third.

The only real drama in the final round came in the Super-Senior division where Jim Castagna made up two shots on first round leaders Lynn Wessman (Army Navy CC) and Jeff Johns (Dominion Valley CC) with a final round two-under 70 to finish at even par 144. Starting on the back side, Castagna bogied his first three holes to fall even further behind, but then birdied holes 14, 15, and 17 to turn in 36, and holes 6 and 8 on his back side for a 34 and a five shot victory over Johns, who had rounds of 72-75 - 147. Wessman finished third with 72-77.
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Pictured (LtoR): Vigotsky, Evergreen PGA Professional Chris Hall, Houck


Vigotsky Wins Metropolitan Senior - Wessman Third in Super-Senior
October 6,, 2016

Tim Vigotsky won the Washington Metropolitan Senior Amateur Championship yesterday with rounds of 73-73-146 at the Norbeck CC in Rockville, MD. Barry McCarty (Belle Haven CC) finished fourth with 75-75-140. Richard Lion and Joe Johnson (Springfield CC) tied for eighth with 155. Lynn Wessman (Army Navy CC) tied for third in the Super-Senior division with 152. Roger Pitkin (Army Navy CC) finished ninth at 161, while Don Jeanes (Hertiage Hunt CC) and John Whitmore (Westfields GC) tied for tenth. For complete results, see www.WMGAGOLF.org


Delp, Long Teams Qualify for U.S. 4-Ball
October 6, 2016

Jimmy Delp (Laurel Hill GC) teamed with the Hermitage's Ben Keefer to shoot 6-under 65 at the Kingsmill River Course October 3rd and tie for the low round in qualifying for the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball. They captured one of the three spots available for the championship to be held next May 27-31 at Pinehurst No. 2. Jeffrey Long (Evergreen CC) teamed with Elizabeth Manor's Adam Horton to take the third spot, winning in a playoff with four other teams after they each shot 5-under 66. For complete results, see www.VSGA.org


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