Jaffrey holds vintage-themed golf tournament as part of 250th anniversary celebrations

Mike Shea, Kendra Shea, Marcea Belletete and Jack Belletete don vintage duds for the Jaffrey Vintage Golf Classic.

Mike Shea, Kendra Shea, Marcea Belletete and Jack Belletete don vintage duds for the Jaffrey Vintage Golf Classic.

Team Red’s, including Tyler Cullinane, Jacob Peard, Kyle Todd and Eric Patch.

Team Red’s, including Tyler Cullinane, Jacob Peard, Kyle Todd and Eric Patch. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Mark Chamberlain, Mark Norby, Andy Lawn and Bill Sawtelle not only dressed vintage, but used vintage clubs.

Mark Chamberlain, Mark Norby, Andy Lawn and Bill Sawtelle not only dressed vintage, but used vintage clubs. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Andy Lawn, Mark Chamberlain and Mark Norby seek out their best-positioned golf ball.

Andy Lawn, Mark Chamberlain and Mark Norby seek out their best-positioned golf ball.

Bill Sawtelle takes a swing.

Bill Sawtelle takes a swing. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Mark Chamberlain chips up some grass during his swing.

Mark Chamberlain chips up some grass during his swing. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Mark Norby follows through.

Mark Norby follows through. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Andy Lawn follows through on a shot using vintage golf clubs.

Andy Lawn follows through on a shot using vintage golf clubs. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Abby Wheeler, Ben Wheeler, Ann Wheeler and Randy Cournoyer all wore vintage garb for the the Vintage Golf Classic on Monday.

Abby Wheeler, Ben Wheeler, Ann Wheeler and Randy Cournoyer all wore vintage garb for the the Vintage Golf Classic on Monday. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Teams ready for the tournament start in their golf carts.

Teams ready for the tournament start in their golf carts. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Teams sport vintage golf knickers at The Shattuck Golf Club on Monday morning.

Teams sport vintage golf knickers at The Shattuck Golf Club on Monday morning. STAFF PHOTOS BY ASHLEY SAARI

Jack Belletete lines up a shot.

Jack Belletete lines up a shot. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

The Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary team, consisting of Joshua Nero, Jed Brummer, Owen Houghton and Matthew Webber.

The Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary team, consisting of Joshua Nero, Jed Brummer, Owen Houghton and Matthew Webber. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Mike Shea checks the line to the flag.

Mike Shea checks the line to the flag. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Jim Peard, representing Monadnock Disposal, attempts to get a ball over water.

Jim Peard, representing Monadnock Disposal, attempts to get a ball over water. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Peter Chamberlain, representing Monadnock Disposal, attempts to get a ball over water.

Peter Chamberlain, representing Monadnock Disposal, attempts to get a ball over water.

Mike Whitehead, representing Monadnock Disposal, checks his shot.

Mike Whitehead, representing Monadnock Disposal, checks his shot. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

By ASHLEY SAARI

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Published: 08-16-2023 3:30 PM

A week of Jaffrey 250th anniversary celebrations kicked off on Monday morning with a golf tournament where teams dressed in vintage golf outfits at The Shattuck Golf Club in Jaffrey.

The tournament used a scramble format, where each member of a team of four took a shot, and then all four team members took the next shot from the best ball.

The first place team, which took home a special edition Jaffrey 250 trophy, was Steve Lennon, George Slyman, Doug Sharp and Aaron Slyman with a score of 16 under par for the 18-hole course. Medals were awarded to the top three finishing teams. Second place went to the team of Jed Brummer, Owen Houghton, Matthew Webber and Joshua Nero at 13 under par. Third place was Ed Maddigan, Andy Goen, Brian Morris and Kevin Anderson at 10 under par.

Kendra Shea and Will Hackler won the competition for longest drive. Andy Lawn and Shea were awarded the prize for the best vintage outfits.

This event was sponsored by MilliporeSigma, The Shattuck Golf Club and the Jaffrey 250th Committee.

Ashley Saari can be reached at 603-924-7172, Ext. 244, or asaari@ledgertranscript.com. She’s on Twitter @AshleySaariMLT.

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