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2016 MPGA New England Regional Tournament Champions

 

In 2016 MPGA hosted the first New England regional adaptive golf tournament, over a dozen new adaptive players entered in all divisions.

It was a perfect day for this 9 hole championship event, a day to remember on Nov. 8 2016, it was clear, calm, sunny, 65 degrees and, our new president was elected

 

 

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Career first Hole-in-One

 

In 1991, Stephen B Kuketz was injured left eye blind and became a paraplegic. I tried to golf, but quickly realized my seated manual wheelchair position was unsuitable to hand-propel me through the course, let alone to strike the ball consistently with accuracy. It was ergonomically impossible!

In 2016, after a 25 year hiatus I learned to play golf again one-armed play at the indoor adaptive golf clinic at the YMCA provided by the Spaulding Sports Center, Rick the PGA teaching pro brought life to my swing and stance using a specialized golf cart I am playing golf again,It was very exhilarating!

On August 1, 2016 it went perfectly on hole 5, 151 yards a couple hops and then it rolled right into the 4.25" cup, my first career Hole-in-One at the Leo J. Martin Memorial Golf Course, Weston, MA.

 

 

 

Longest Drive contest

In 2016, Jeff Whelpley pictured left is a tall man, very passionate about golf and expectations to hit the ball further everyday and improving his game, played his first MPGA New England Regional Championship tournament winning the longest drive contest

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