The 2017 Men's RDGA Player of the Year: Adam Condello
The Rochester District Golf Association began its Player of the Year Award in 1997 as an extension of the RDGA Match Play Championship - as a way of determining a seeding order, as well as a qualifying process, for the Championship.
A schedule of point values were determined for a number of competitive championships, whereby players would accumulate point totals for the entire season. Today, the RDGA Player of the Year Points Schedule consists of 25 events - from RDGA tournaments to State, local and USGA Championships - at which RDGA players can earn points towards the Player of the Year Award.
Throughout it's first 20 years, the Men's RDGA Player of the Year has been dominated by Stafford Country Club's Jim Scorse. Scorse - one of the most consistent competitors in RDGA tournament history - has earned the RDGA Player of the Year honors 14 times, including eight years in a row between 2007 and 2014.
In 2017, however, it was another competitor - one of Scorse's top rivals - who garnered just enough points to earn RDGA Player of the Year honors.
2017 RDGA Player of the Year
To view the 2018 Men's RDGA Player of the Year points schedule, CLICK HERE.
To see the final 2017 Men's RDGA Player of the Year Points standings, CLICK HERE.
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