I love Team Europe at +215

Really, this play from anyone who has any kind of mathematical skill is almost a must bet. First of all I think Europe is just the better team, they actually play for their country and more importantly they like each other. USA is currently to individualized and the animosity between Brooks and Bryson is undeniably going to cause some friction amongst the team. Even if I thought all things were even or that Team USA was the purely dominant team I would still take Europe here based on the pure value of the bet. Don’t shoot the messenger but lets go Team Europe!!!

Rick Dichard wins Mid Am Championship

Congratulations to our 2021 Live Free Golf Champion Rick Dichard who is running out of room on his mantle as he continues to collect more hardware and this one being one of the most impressive you can win. Well done Rick and let’s keep that hot swing going on through next weekend. Click on the link to see the rest of the article.


Breaking news: Mass drops out of Colony Cup

Unfortunate news coming out of the Bay State as Mass could not quite get enough players for to field a team of 16 and for that reason will be pulling out of the 2021 Colony cup. This will change the format now back to match play for the remaining states of Maine and New Hampshire. It was a tough year for Mass this year to get the turnouts they wanted and with some scheduling issues for that first week in October it just made it tough to get the players to make the trip.

We thank Ryan McElhinney for everything he has done for us over the past 3 years with LFG and has grown it to a great place and has gotten the name out there for us. Although, Ryan will be leaving us as he focuses more on his career we do plan on continuing on with what we have started and will just have some new faces in place to help us run out.

Matt Burroughs wins City Championship

Matt Burroughs pictured above (Not at DCC) takes down the 2021 Manchester city championship

Matt Burroughs of Derryfield Country Club secured the Manchester City Golf Championship title with a birdie on the 16th hole Sunday, coming out on top of a crowded leaderboard.

Tied for the lead entering Sunday’s third and final round, Burroughs overcame a rough front nine on his home course that included five straight bogeys. He then had three bogeys on the back nine before his birdie on No. 16 proved to be the winning margin.

Ryan Cowette of Manchester Country Club made a move up the leaderboard on Sunday with a 3-over par 73 but fell one shot back of Burroughs’ three-round total of

Ryan Brown of Manchester Country Club, who shared the two-round lead with Burroughs, tied for second with Cowette at 219. Scott Underhill of Canterbury Woods Country Club was fourth at 220 and defending champion Austin Fox was fifth at 221.

Rounding out the top 10 were David Sherborne of Laconia Country Club (sixth, 222), Kevin Webster of Intervale Country Club (seventh, 223), Dan Arvanitis of Derryfield Country Club and Patrick Mahan of Derryfield Country Club tied for eighth at 226 and David Larrivee of Manchester Country Club (10th, 228).

Underhill made a charge on Sunday with the lowest score of the day, a 1-under 69.

Arvanitis won the senior championship, followed by Derryfield Country Club’s Pete Franggos and Jim Conley who tied for second at 233, Dave Kane of Derryfield Country Club (fourth, 235), Chris Stamoulis of Derryfield Country Club (fifth, 240) and Bo Harris of Concord Country Club (sixth, 245).

Sean Toscano of Manchester Country Club won the junior title, defeating Elliot Wallace (Manchester Country Club) on the first playoff hole.

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