TPC Jasna Polana Site of 2018 Chapter Golf Outing
Prestigious Princeton TPC Course Provided Members with the Ultimate Golfing Challenge
Chapter Members were provided the ultimate challenge at the 2018 Chapter Golf Outing. The event was held at the prestigious
TPC Jasna Polana in Princeton, N.J. on August 27, 2018. The award winning, PGA tour-quality course is considered among the
top private clubs in New Jersey with a championship layout designed by golf legend Gary Player.
Bill Welsh prepares to drive a tee shot down a narrow fairway at the 2018 Chapter Golf Outing.
The long winding fairways at the TPC Jasna Polana provided a stiff challenge to even the most experienced golfer.
Members enjoyed the rolling hills, perfectly manicured fairways and greens dotted by stone bridges over
strategically placed ponds and creeks. Players competed for numerous awards for golfing excellence including
a narrow closest-to-the-pin and the traditional $20,000 hole-in-one. The nearly perfect weather conditions
allowed Members to concentrate on defeating the course.
The generosity of the Chapter's numerous sponsors provided Chapter Members the opportunity to enjoy a full day
of activities. Players enjoyed a hot buffet breakfast and warming up on the driving range before the traditional
“shotgun” start. Members were fortified throughout the day by roving food and beverage carts. Following a very
challenging round of championship golf, players enjoyed a well-earned open bar cocktail hour and a very appetizing
buffet of hand carved gourmet food selections expertly prepared the executive chefs at Jasna Polana.
Chapter President Sal Zerilli presented each of the distinguished players with the Chapter’s traditional awards for
golfing excellence following dinner.
Around the Course - Part I
Around the Course- Part II
(l.-r.) Gerard Perri, Robert Pabst, Chapter Vice President Adriano Duarte and Chapter Past President Brian McCourt.
George Callas (l.) is joined by Casey Christopher (c.) and Kimberly Kent.
Chapter Past President Maureen Kalena (2nd l.) poses with (l.-r.) Angelo DiCaro, Al Molin and Joel Sweren.