On June 17, 2015

Vermont Women’s Golf Tri-State team aims for its sixth consecutive title

Rutland County golfers make up a third of the state’s team

This year’s annual Tri-State Tournament will be hosted in New Hampshire at The Oaks in Somersworth on June 16 and 17. The tournament is a team competition among Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont with each state sending a 30-person team (ten of which are from Rutland County). Vermont has won for the past five consecutive years.

The first day of the two-day competition is an alternate shot format with 2-person teams playing a three-way match with teams from the other states, with a total of six points per match at stake. The second day of play is in the traditional individual match play format with each player playing for a maximum of six points. The team with the most points at the end of play is the winner.

The Vermont State Women’s Golf Association announced the 2015 Vermont Tri-State Team, June 11:

Margie Kaat, Ekwanok

Holly Reynolds, Copley

Kristen Mahoney, Rutland

Terry Boyce, Killington

Elizabeth Walker, Brattleboro

Stacie Eaton, Rutland

DeDe Mahler, CC of VT

Kathy Dube, Williston

Patty McGrath, Green Mtn

Cindy Paquet, Neshobe

Jen Shaw, Manchester

Amy Gregory, Burlington

Cheryl Hoar, Burlington

Pam Engel, Dorset

Kathy Gaudreau, Lake Morey

Carol Miner, Manchester

Dana Cassidy, VNCC

Kathy Allbright, Green Mtn

Mickey Potwin, Lake Morey

Nancy Murphy, Proctor

Bonnie Heald, Rutland

Edith Hiller, Rutland

Fran McCune, CCVT

Nancy Cole, Lake Morey

Sarah Lee, Equinox

Christine Johnson, St. Johnsbury

Denise Barnard, West Bolton

Suzanne Neville, Equinox

Pam Shover, Williston

Kathy Sikora, West Bolton

Alternates: Trish Wade from Green Mtn and Phyllis Simon from Williston. For results from the tournament Tuesday and Wednesday, visit mountaintimes.info.

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