Kohler wins NH Stroke Play title
HUDSON – New London’s D.J. Lantz has a welt just above his waist, a painful reminder of just how close he came to winning the New Hampshire Stroke Play Tournament, which concluded Thursday at Green Meadow Golf Course.

James Pleat has the painful memory of two short putts, one on the 15th hole and another on the 16th Thursday afternoon that might have kept him from his first New Hampshire Golf Association adult championship.

Portsmouth’s Craig Steckowych, whose 5-under 67 on Thursday morning got him in contention, will remember the four three putts on his first nine holes on Thursday afternoon that quickly put him out of the running.

And Spofford’s Ryan Kohler now knows just how tough it is to take a sizable lead into the final day of a tournament, especially when that final day is a grueling 36 holes in sizzling heat.

ABOUT THE New Hampshire Stroke Play

Tournament is 72 holes stroke play, 18 holes for each of the first two days; field will be cut to low 40 plus ties and anyone within 10 shots of the lead after 36 holes. Entries are open to male members in good standing of member NHGA clubs who are legal residents of New Hampshire.

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