NATIONWIDE TOUR Trevor Murphy, Nationwide (VT) in his rookie year on the Nationwide has made $82,311 in earnings and is 54nd on the money list. Trevor has made 10 cuts in 18 starts with 2 top 10 and 5 top 25 ﬁnishes and a scoring average of 70.61 Not a bad start to his career and we are sure to hear more from. Rob Oppenheim, Nationwide (MA) in his ﬁrst year with full status on the Nationwide, has made 9 cuts in 19 starts with 6 top 25 ﬁnishes, a scoring average of 70.21 and is in 67th on the money list with $61,660 to date for 2010. Geoﬀ Sisk, Nationwide (MA) stands at $45,778 in winnings for 2010, well below his 2009 season of almost $100,000. Geoﬀ made 6 cuts in 17 starts with 1 3rd place ﬁnish, 1 top 10 and 2 top 25 ﬁnishes. He is currently in 87th place on the money list with a scoring average of 71.0. Geoﬀ has proven he can do it and I’m conﬁdent he will. Justin Peters, Nationwide (MA) with partial status on the Nationwide this year, Peters has $25,809 in earnings for 2010. He has made 7 cuts in 15 starts with a scoring average of 70.86.
Brad Adamonis, Nationwide (RI)has had a rough year winning only $9,277 on the Nationwide and $12,060 on the PGA TOUR. On the Nationwide Brad has made 4 cut in 12 starts with and a scoring average of 70.53. is could be the most important year of Brad’s competitive career.
DURAMED FUTURES TOUR Chelsea Curtis (MA) in her rookie season of professional competition has $25, 866 and 17th spot on the money list followed by Libby Smith, (VT), $12, 358, Julie Erekson, (MA), $10,626, Briana Vega, (MA), $10,447, Alison Walsh, (MA), $8,494 and Kim Augusta, (RI), $6, 434.
Yes it has been a long year for our Team New England. That said there are several tournaments and opportunities for the Champions, Nationwide and LPGA Tours before the 2010 season formally ends.
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September - October 2010 | New England Golf Monthly | 47
Published on Sep 9, 2010
Published on Sep 9, 2010
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