B&C Championship Recap
VASSALBORO – On a hot and humid summer day in central Maine, players competed in the final round of the 2020 B&C Championship at Natanis GC. The B&C Championship is open to players with a USGA Handicap Index of 6.6 and higher competing in a 36-hole event. To narrow the range of competition, the field is divided into four flights based on handicap, with each flight naming a champion.
In the Woods flight, Randall Richard avenged a playoff loss in last year’s event to claim the title after rounds of 85-87, edging Tony Loiko by four strokes.
The Palmer flight came down to the last hole, and in the end home-club member Jon Garrity shot scores of 85-84 over two days to beat out Scott Laberge by one stroke.
In the Nicklaus flight, Mark Boivin shot the low round of the tournament, firing a 74 after an opening round 80. His total of 154 beat Rick Fortier by three strokes.
Lastly, the Hogan flight required the only playoff of the day, with Peter Marcellino defeating Paul Mayer on the first extra hole. Both players shot 156 for the tournament to lead the flight.
Thanks to Natanis GC for hosting this event and for providing the players with a great course conditions for the championship.