Good luck to the Rhode Island Endicott Team!!!

Good luck to the 2016 Rhode Island Endicott Team!!

This year’s team is made up of OSWGA members Sandra Harper, Leony Hartig, Nancy Diemoz,  Laura Parziale, Annie Corio & Jackie Booth.  Completing the team are Captain Kibbe Reilly, Angela Brunero, Brenda Sabbag, Leann Cesario, Lauren Collins, Robin Catley, Kim Schold & Lisa Ferrara.

In 1926, the first Endicott Cup tournament was held at Hartford Golf Club (CT) as a 36-hole stroke play competition between members of the Connecticut and Massachusetts Women’s Golf Associations. The Endicott Cup was presented by Priscilla Maxwell Endicott for the winner of the competition. The plan was that the first person to win the trophy three times would retire the cup. Edith Baker won the Cup in 1926 and 1928 and requested that the trophy be perpetual, with the winner keeping it in her possession for the year.

In 1929, Massachusetts (whose membership included Rhode Island) and Connecticut played the Kittredge Cup as the third day match play competition for the nine low gross players from each team. In 1930, Rhode Island joined as a third team and the Kittredge Cup was retired and replaced with the Tri-State Trophy.

Today, Endicott Cup competitors play 36-hole stroke play over two days. The seven low gross and seven low net players (plus an alternate from each state for the gross and net teams) compete in the Tri-State and Eaton Cup team matches on the third day of the event.

Stroke play starts tomorrow at Tumble Brook Country Club in Bloomfield, CT. You can follow daily scores and updates on this page.

Day 1 & 2 results click here. Laura Parziale had 2 great rounds missing a playoff for the Endicott Trophy by 1 stroke!

Day 3 Match Play…the rain held off but windy conditions and tricky greens made for tough play! Rhode Island’s gross team placed 3rd & the net team placed 2nd. Click here for match play results

2016 Rhode Island Endicott Team

To view past winners and match results click here



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