The 71st Connecticut Senior Amateur Championship will be held at Madison Country Club for the first time in tournament history, giving the state's top senior golfers a chance to tame the newly renovated design.
Bill Hermanson of Black Hall Club shot a four over-par score of 76 on the final day for a two round total of 146 (+2) and emerged victorious at the 70th Connecticut Senior Amateur Championship.
The final round of the 68th Connecticut Senior Amateur Championship is under way at Torrington Country Club in Goshen, Conn. Follow the action with live hole-by-hole scoring & results as the leaders look to capture the coveted trophy.
Bill Hermanson of Black Hall Club shot a round of two under-par 70 to grab the overnight lead heading into the final round of the 70th Connecticut Senior Amateur Championship.

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Year Champion - Host Club
2015 Bill Hermanson - Torrington CC
2014 Mark Vasington - Wethersfield CC
2013 Jack Bracken - Tallwood CC
2012 Dave Szewczul - GC of Avon

 

 

 

History of the Connecticut Senior Amateur Championship

The Connecticut Senior Amateur Championship is open to bona fide members of a CSGA club who are fifty five years of age and over by the start of the tournament. The tournament was first held at the CC of Farmington and Tumble Brook CC in 1961, where G.F. Heyer of Wepawaug captured the first of his three Senior Amateur titles.

In 2015, Bill Hermanson of Black Hall Club battled cold and windy conditions en-route to capturing his second CSGA major championship of the season. Hermanson shot rounds of 70-76--146 to edge 2014 Senior Amateur Champion Mark Vasington of Wampanoag Country Club by two strokes.

The 71st Connecticut Senior Amateur Championship will be held at Madison Country Club for the first time in tournament history.

Course Set-Up: Madison Country Club will be set-up at approximately 6,507 yards and will play to a par of 35-35--70.

Architect: The club was established in the early 1900's, with the present course originally designed by famed golf course architect, Willie Park, Jr. in 1909. Some of Park's other designs include Woodway Country Club, Maidstone Golf Club, Olympia Fields Country Club, New Haven Country Club and Shuttle Meadow Country Club. In all, Park designed more than 170 golf courses around the world.

Schedule of Events: 36-hole stroke play championship.  All players will play 18 holes on Monday, September 26th.  The low 39 players including ties advance to the final round on Tuesday, September 27th.  The lowest 36-hole total will be declared the champion.