Ned Zachar breaks through for Mittelmark Invitational title
SCARSDALE, N.Y. (July 14, 2014) -- Ned Zachar shot 72-69 to break through and win a big one -- the Mittlemark Invitational.
Zachar, who had been searching for this title for the past 10 years, realized the victory, finishing one shot better than Denver Brown and Matthew Lowe.
The event is played at the renowned A.W. Tillinghast-designed Fenway Golf Club and Zachar managed to contain the quick greens and battled tough weather conditions in the victory.
“I kept the ball in play all day long,” Zachar told LoHudBlogs.com. “I made a putt here and there, and really didn’t make any mistakes outside a couple of problems at No. 15.”
The 52-year-old champion was four back after the morning round before catching fire and closing with the 2-under 69.
ABOUT THE The Mittelmark
Invitation only 36 hole event for the best
amateurs in the New York Metro area. Played on
what some term "Little Winged Foot". This 1924
Tillinghast layout isn't 6600 yards long, but it's
all you want. Small field has returned this event
to its former glory.
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