Maresca, Russell featured in IJGT Photo of the Week – April 13, 2014


The Northeast Tour of the IJGT traveled to Architects Golf Club to host The Architects Cup on April 12-13, 2014. Temperatures were in the 60s for both rounds. The field of 90 competitors battled for the title of champion of The Architects Cup. This week’s IJGT Photo of the Week from the Northeast Tour features Jack Maresca of Rye, N.Y.


Maresca started off his performance at The Architect’s Cup with a bold statement as he birdied his first hole. He went on to make par or better on 19 of 36 holes for the tournament to finish with an overall tournament score of 163. Maresca has played on the IJGT for three years now and has competed in nine total events. We hope to see more of Maresca at future events and continue to wish him the best of luck!


The Southeast Tour of the IJGT visited Oldfield Golf Club to host the Oldfield Junior presented by Auntie Anne’s on April 12-13, 2014. The sponsored event drew more than 75 juniors who competed for a victory as well as IJGT Merit Points and national rankings. The sunshine and temperatures in the 70s greeted the golfers for two picturesque days of golf. This week’s IJGT Photo of the Week in the southeast features Nicholas Russell of Hilton Head Island, S.C.


Russell gave the “hats off” to fans as he prepared to tee off on his first hole of the Oldfield Junior presented by Auntie Anne’s. Russell went on to record a tournament score of 77-78 — 155 overall to tie for 17th place. His performance was highlighted by two birdies and par on 21 of 36 holes. The tie for 17th becomes Russell’s 12th top-20 finish of the 2013-2014 season. We look forward to seeing Russell again this season and wish him the best of luck.

The Photo of the Week is decided by our fans and followers so don’t forget that your feedback counts. In the week following a tournament, keep an eye on the IJGT Facebook page for photos from the Event. Each photo will received 1 point for a ‘Like’, 2 points for a ‘Comment’ and 3 points for ‘Shares’ so let us know what you think!