Tavistock CC Hole No. 5 (Photo by GAP)

HADDONFIELD, N.J. - The 60th Compher Cup is set for Wednesday, April 27 at Tavistock Country Club in Haddonfield as the New Jersey State Golf Association seeks its second-straight victory over the Golf Association of Philadelphia. 

Meet the 2022 Team

Scoring

Last season, for the first time since 2013, the NJSGA defeated GAP, 11-7 at Somerset Hills Country Club in Bernardsville. Overall, GAP leads the all-time series 39–14–5.

 

 

For the competition, each association fields a team of 12 of its top amateur golfers who compete in simultaneous Four-Ball (team) and individual matches. Each match is worth one point; a total of 18 points are at stake. Any match which ends in a tie results in a half-point awarded to each side. The team with the greatest number of points wins, and if the match is tied, the Cup remains with the defending champions.

The Compher Cup was held for the first time in 1962 and is named for former NJSGA president, Frederic Compher, who donated the championship cup and conceived the idea of an interdistrict match with GAP to foster camaraderie and friendly competition between the associations. It has been held every year since, except for 2020 due to the pandemic (COVID-19).

A look at the 2022 Compher Cup Team: 
Gregg Angelillo, Baltusrol Golf Club
James Arbes, Watchung Valley Golf Club
Jason Bataille, Raritan Valley Country Club
Anthony Campanile, Deal Golf & Country Club
Chris DeJohn, Arcola Country Club
John Havay, High Bridge Hills Golf Club
Peter Kozubal, NJSGA E-Club
Thomas Lee, NJSGA E-Club
Eric LeFante, Somerset Hills Golf Course
Max O'Hagan, NJSGA E-Club
Trevor Randolph, Arcola Country Club
Troy Vannucci, Little Mill Country Club

Learn more about the 2022 team here.

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