BOSTON - A quartet of multi-day tournaments make-up the Suffolk men's golf calendar in 2019, head coach Ed McMellen unveiled Monday morning.
Action gets underway in Middlebury, Vermont, Sept. 14 at the Ralph Myhre Golf Course for Middlebury's Duke Nelson Invitational.
Two weekends later, the Rams travel to Amherst, Massachusetts, for the Blazers Invitational put on by Elms at Hickory Ridge Country Club.
GNAC glory is up for grabs the first weekend of October when all of Suffolk's conference counterparts converge in Gorham, Maine at the Gorham Country Club to play for the league title.
Suffolk wraps up the fall season Oct. 19-21 in Brewster, Massachusetts, at the NEIGA Championships at the Captains Golf Course.
McMellen's roster is full of experienced Rams including five seniors in Owen Boggini, Andrew Harper, Elias Sachs, Michael Schnopp, and Demetrois Stamoulis. The upperclassmen were critical ingredients to Suffolk's success at the conference championships a year ago, where the Rams finished fourth, the program's best finish in the history of the event.