Rockville, MD – The inaugural Capitol Golf Cars Bobby Gorin Pro-Junior was hosted at the beautiful Woodmont Country Club – North Course. Middle Atlantic PGA professionals teamed up with a junior that was 19 years old or younger. They played 18 holes of net fourball stroke play.
Jeff Rosenberg, PGA (The Country Club at Woodmore) and his son Cameron Vachon were in the first group of the day. They set the pace early with a 9-under 63. Rosenberg carried the team early, going out in 3-under 33 on his own ball. Cameron, a 14-handicap, made a real difference for the team starting on the 9th hole. His par on the 400-yard par-4 9th hole led to a net birdie for the team and he followed that up with a birdie, net eagle on the 505-yard par-5 10th. Another par, net birdie for Cameron on the 17th hole brought the team to 9-under.
That number was not challenged until the end of the day. Steve Delmar, PGA (Columbia Country Club) and James Gardner got to within one shot after Gardiner made a birdie, net eagle on the 17th hole. Delmar had a chance to tie the lead but missed a 12-foot birdie putt giving Rosenberg and Vachon the win.
Thank you to David Dorn, PGA and his staff at Woodmont for hosting the event and Capitol Golf Cars and Eaglebank for sponsoring.