MAKE PLANS TO ATTEND THE 27th ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP AND BENEVOLENCE TOURNAMENT
The 27th Annual Scholarship and Benevolence Tournament will be held at the Wachusett Country Club, September 30, 2019.
Event information can be viewed by clicking this link.
You can register as a single. Every effort will be made to pair you with another player.
If you cannot play in the event, you are welcome to come for dinner.
If you cannot attend, you're encouraged to support it with a donation.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS NOON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26
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ASSISTANTS MEETING AT
Hosts - Glen Misiaszek and Mike Leahy
This year's Assistants Meeting will be an 18-hole scramble with lunch followed by golf and dinner. Mechanics and Equipment Technicians are welcome to attend this event. We hope you'll attend to meet others, share experiences and enjoy a day away from your facility.
Established in 1894 Cohasset is one of the oldest private clubs in New England. The course underwent a restoration by Ron Pritchard in 1999-2000. It has been expertly maintained under the supervision of Superintendent Glen Misiaszek and Assistant Superintendent James "Mike" Leahy.
The club has hosted many Mass Golf events over the years. These are a few of them: Grace Keyes Cup, Mass Golf Super Senior Amateur Championship, Edith Noblit Baker Trophy, Mass Golf Four-Ball Champiopnship, Mass Golf Senior Amateur Championship.
The format will be a 4-person team scramble using 80% of the averaged handicaps of the players. You do not need to register as a team. You can register as a single or up to four players in your group.
REGISTRATION 10 AM
REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS
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Winter School 2020 runs January 6 - February 14, 2020, at the UMass campus in Amherst, in a recently revised, time-efficient six week format. Classes are scheduled: Mon-Th 8 AM - 5 PM, and Fri 8 AM - noon. This schedule is designed to accommodate weekend commuters who may want to stay in the Amherst area Mon-Thurs evenings but head home on the weekends. Some area hotels offer special packages for UMass Winter School students.
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