Cape Cod Pro-Am Golf League Cape Cod Pro-Am League - Est. 1950
a league for Professional and Amateur golfers to play in competition
at Cape Cod's best golf courses

4/30 - C.C. of New Seabury
5/7 - Wianno G.C.
5/14 - The Ridge Club
5/20 - Golf Club of C.C.

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April 9

Dennis Pines amateur and reigning Cape Cod Amateur Champion Billy Van Stratum recorded a 2-over par 73 to win his second consecutive Cape Cod Pro-Am League event at Eastward HO! on Wednesday.

Van Stratum dueled with senior pro, Rusty Gunnarson (Rochester) through 17 holes but managed to par the extremely difficult par 4 eighteenth while Gunnarson made a bogey to account for the final one-stroke margin.

Another senior pro, Tad Constant (CCPAL) and Cape Cod native Ken Lewis both carded 76s to share third place.

Wayne St. Cyr (CCPAL) and amateurs Bob Reni (NewBedford) and Michael Boden (Sandwich Hollows) each had 77s to round out the top five overall finishers

Constant and St. Cyr combined for a best ball 71 to win the pro-pro team event

Constant, Boden, Steve O'Neil and Claude Hoopes were the team winners in the 2 Ball Net Stableford event with 88 points

Individual Low Net Stableford winners were Constant (pros) with 36 points and Steve O'Neil (amateurs) with 37 points

The league visits Woods Hole G.C. next week.





April 2, 2014

Dennis Pines amateur, Billy Van Stratum turned in a 2-under par 69 to notch an easy six stroke victory in Wednesday's Cape Cod Amateur League tournament at the Hyannisport Golf Club

Van Stratum had three birdies on his day against only one bogy and had a commanding four stroke edge on the field after carding a 2-under par 34 on the front nine.   His even par 35 on the back side was matched by only one other player, local pro Ken Lewis (Dennis Pines).

Lewis and Tim Watroba (Hyannisport) both had 75s to finish second overall and atop the professionals.

Pro Mike Player (Sassamon Trace) and amateur Bob Reni (C.C. of New Bedford) tied for fourth with 76s.  Player's round was the best among the senior (50+ years) pros in the event.

Watroba teamed with G.C. of Yarmouth Port pro, Lisanne Miller to win the pro-pro team division with a best ball 70.

The group of Player, Reni, Vincent Accorsini and Matt Hartley prevailed in the Team 2 Ball Net Stableford competition with 84 points.

Individual Net Stableford honors went to Player among the pros with 33 points while Van Stratum topped all amateurs with 38 points.

The league plays next week at Eastward HO!




November 30, 2013

The Cape Cod Pro-Am League has announced the winners of its various Player Of The Year categories for the just completed 2013 season.

Veteran Cape campaigner, Bob Miller (Golf Club of Yarmouth Port) captured the prestigious Sullivan Award which recognizes the leading point scorer among the league’s professionals.  Miller has won this award in previous years also.

Recently minted senior pro, Wayne St. Cyr (Segreganset) took home the hardware in the Haberl Division which honors the league’s top performing senior (50+yrs) professional.

The Gaquin Award for the outstanding amateur player was taken by Mike Boden who calls the Sandwich Hollows Golf Club home.  Like Miller, Boden is a repeat winner.

A couple of Miller’s frequent amateur partners topped the senior amateur (50-59 yrs) and super senior (60+ yrs) divisions.

Tom Fiocco (unattached) prevailed among the seniors (Lovely Award) and Ed Alves (Wannamoisett) was named recipient of the Pitts Jr. Award.



We are receiving some complaints regarding the pace of play of a few of our teams.

Barring holdups by non-league play in front of us; rounds should be completed in about 4 1/2 hours or less. 

Please maintain your position immediately behind the group in front of you.  No group should be more than a hole behind.

A team falling more than a hole behind the group in front for 3 holes or more may be subject to a penalty. We DON'T want this to happen!




League professionals are permitted to captain multiple teams at our weekly tournaments.

This allows a pro to bring more than one team provided there is space available to accommodate them. The pro will play with one of the groups and will be the “blind draw” for his other group(s).

This will give those pros that field a second or third team additional opportunities to win.

We believe that this change should result in increased pro and amateur participation at our events.














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