PREVIEW: 2021 NYS Mixed Team Championships
ROCHESTER, N.Y. – New York State’s top mixed team golfers will face off next week at Brook-Lea Country Club in Rochester, N.Y. for the 8th NYS Mixed Team & Senior Mixed Team Championships on June 14, 2021.
The field is set at 63 sides (126 players) divided into two divisions: Amateur and Senior Amateur (men 55+, women 50+). The Championships will run concurrently on Monday over 18 holes of modified chapman stroke play. There will be gross and net winners each division. The entire field will tee off with a shotgun start set for 1:00 pm.
CHAMPIONSHIP QUICK FACTS
Date: June 14, 2021
Host Site: Brook-Lea Country Club
2019 Champions: Nicholas & Madison Braman (Amateur) and Traci Petrillo & Stuart Harris (Senior)
Format: 18 holes of modified chapman stroke play (gross and net). Two players play as partners, each partner plays from the teeing ground and plays the partner's ball for the second shot. After the second shot, partners select the ball with which they wish to score and play that ball alternately to complete the hole. This format is modified on par-3s, so that the decision as to which ball to play alternately must be made after the tee shot.
Tees to be Played:Men: Blue Tees | 6,393y | 71.7/129Senior Men: White Tees | 5,862y | 69/125Women: Gold Tees | 5,332y | 72.2/132Senior Women: Green Tees | 4,569y | 67.3/125
Schedule of Events:Monday, August 12th
11:00am - 12:40pm........................Registration12:40pm - 12:45pm........................Announcements1:00pm.........................................Shotgun Start5:45pm.........................................Player Dinner6:15pm.........................................Awards
Past NYS Mixed Team Champions
Madison Braman (2018, 2019), Nicholas Braman (2018, 2019), Michael Murphy (2017), Julie Murphy (2017), Andy Conway (2016), Sara Eichelberger (2016), Traci Petrillo (2015), Stuart Harris (2015)
Past NYS Senior Mixed Team Champions
Traci Petrillo (2019), Stuart Harris (2019), Kevin Webb (2018), Lisa Webb (2018), Patty Schaefer (2017), Jim Schaefer (2017), Daniel Meehan (2016), Pam Meehan (2016), Gary Kahler (2013 & 2014), Susan Kahler (2013 & 2014)
Past Mixed Team Champion Teams
Traci Petrillo and Stuart Harris (2019 - Senior, 2015 - Amateur), Madison Braman and Nicholas Braman (2018, 2019), Michael Murphy and Julie Murphy (2017), Kevin Webb and Lisa Webb (2018 - Senior), Daniel Meehan and Pam Meehan (2016 - Senior), Gary Kahler and Susan Kahler (2013 & 2014 – Senior), Patty Schaefer & Jim Schaefer (2017 - Senior)
Other New York State champions in the field
Mark Battle (2013 & 2021 Men’s Senior Four-Ball)
Pennie Carlo (2019 Women’s Four-Ball)
Teresa Cleland (2011-13 Women’s Mid-Amateur, 2009 & 2010 Women’s Senior, 2018 & 2019 Women’s Senior Amateur Four-Ball)
Kitty Colliflower (2019 Super Senior Amateur)
Samantha Gaffney (2018 Women’s Four-Ball)
John Gaffney (1999 Men’s Amateur)
Luke Hobika (1998 & 2015 Men’s Mid-Amateur)
Jenna Hoecker (2013 Women’s Amateur, 2018 & 2019 Women’s Mid-Amateur)
Susan Kahler (2013 Women’s Senior Amateur)
Kim Kaul (2008 & 2015 Women’s Senior Amateur)
Mary Jo Kelly (1980 Women’s Amateur)
Maggie Kril (2005 & 2006 Women's Senior Amateur)
Ronnie Levine-Ribble (2018 Super Senior Amateur)
Jamie Miller (2018 & 2014 Men’s Mid-Amateur, 2015 Men’s Four-Ball)
Carina Watkins (2011 Women’s Senior Amateur, 2018 & 2019 Women’s Senior Amateur Four-Ball)
Kevin Webb (2017 Men’s Senior Four-Ball)
Previous NYSGA Championships at Brook-Lea Country Club
1986 Women’s Amateur: Won by Jamie DeWeese, Rochester
1991 Men’s Amateur: Won by Leonard Lasinsky, Syracuse
Brook-Lea Country Club
The Brook-Lea Country Club was constructed in 1926, led by renowned golf course architect Donald Ross. He hand drew the layout, originally envisioned as 27 holes. While some of the holes have been renumbered from their original labels on the blueprints below, his hallmarks are found throughout the course.
The members and staff are committed to providing a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. This golf course remains one of Rochester’s most challenging and enjoyable golf courses, sitting on 188 spectacularly scenic acres that include upland meadows, a meandering creek, ponds, and mature woodlands.
The course ranges in length from just under 5,900 yards from the Red tees to 6,800 yards from the Blue tees. Brook-Lea has been home to a couple New York State championships: the 1986 Women’s Amateur and the 1991 Men’s Amateur.