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Eric Higgins, (left), (Kennebunk, ME), wins the Tour Championship and Polar Cup at Marlborough Country Club. Higgins had three victories and compiled 175 Polar Cup points, separating himself from the rest of the Tour players.
Brian Cawley, (left), wins at Haverhill Country Club. Cawley birdied the second playoff hole to finish ahead of Nick Antonelli and Eric Higgins. Each player shot 69.
Todd Cook, (right), (Reading, MA), holds the Championship Trophy for his victory at Red Tail Golf Club in Devens, MA. Cook made it back to back victories as he won again at Bradford Country Club. Cook, who had never played Bradford prior, had 8 birdies through 14 holes en route to a 68, and a two shot win over Host Professional, Kevin Murphy.
Eric Higgins, (left), (Kennebunk, ME), wins at Marlborough Country Club. Higgins shot even par 71, and finished 4 shots ahead of runner-up, Tom Boron, (Roxbury, CT).
Blackstone National Champion, Bob Bruso, (right) accepts his winner's check and championship trophy, for his 3 under, 69, at Blackstone National Golf Club, in Sutton, MA.
Tournament Operations Staff Member, Paul Blake, (left), presents the Championship Trophy and $600 winner's check to Eric Higgins, of Kennebunk, ME, for his outstanding performance at Bradford Country Club. Higgins shot 31 on his back nine holes to shoot a 68 and edge Tom Johnson, from Plainville, MA, by one shot.
Tournament Director, Thomas Walsh, (right), presents the inaugural New England Junior Golf Tour Championship trophy to Newburyport, MA resident, Cameron Caldwell.
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Kristen McNamara plays the 12th hole at Marlborough C.C. Kristen was the first ever female to compete on the N.E. Golf Tour.