Top-five finishers in state's 2011 amateur and 2011 mid-amateur championships among the group
(Pawleys Island, S.C.) - Casey Komline and David Evans will be among the 102 amateur golfers from Vermont playing at Caledonia Golf and Fish Club and True Blue Plantation this weekend (March 2-4) as part of a 36-hole better ball of partners pre-season tournament organized by the Vermont State Golf Association. This is the fourth consecutive year that the Association has organized the handicap-flighted event.
"We are glad to again welcome the Vermont golfers to our two fine courses," said Bob Seganti, director of golf for True Blue Golf Plantation and Caledonia Golf Vacations. "We have developed many friendships over the past three years and we hope we play a small part in getting their best amateurs ready for a successful in-state championship season."
The most well known PGA Tour professional from Vermont is Keegan Bradley, who won the 2011 PGA Championship. Bradley hails from Woodstock, Vt., and attended St. John's (N.Y.) University.