Arthur Prisco celebrates 100th birthday!
Arthur Prisco, one of the founding members and current member of Triggs has celebrated his 100th birthday. Arthur joined Triggs is its 1st year of existence in 1931 and has been a member ever since. A few years back Arthur played in an RIGA event at the age of 94, making him the oldest player ever to compete in an RIGA event.
Arthur is a former Club Champion, and played on many New England Publinx Teams throughout his years at Triggs.
Joe Prisco inducted into the RIGA Hall of Fame! (From RIGA 2016 Spring Newsletter)
Joe Prisco was recognized for his work as PC coach from 1948 to 2012. From 1965 on, his teams compiled a 389-108-1 record. His teams qualified eight times for the NCAA Tournament. Prisco also served on numerous committees, including the District 1 NCAA selection committee and the NCAA AllAmerican selection committee. He was inducted into the Golf Coaches Hall of Fame in 1987. He and Bob Ward, the RIGA’s executive director, both spoke about how Prisco also was one of the founding members of the Triggs Inner Club in the 1930s. Ward also introduced another of the founding members of the Triggs Inner Club who also was at the dinner, Prisco’s older brother, Arthur. Arthur Prisco recently celebrated his 100th birthday. Both brothers continued to play golf well into their 90s.
Our annual Spring Meeting will occur on March 24, 2016 at 6:00pm. All members, new enrolling and members from last season, are welcome. We hope to see everyone there.
A meal will be served at the meeting. Please sign up for the meal at the Pro Shop. We will also present the trophies as well as hold the drawing for the
"Hole In One" membership package.
The winner of the "Name the Triggs Clubhouse Grill" is Paul Silipigni. Congratulations Pauly!
The new name is "THE RESCUE PUB". The new management team for "THE RESCUE PUB" is Keith Allcock and Bob Courchesne. Good luck guys!
The 2016 Schedule has just been posted. See it here.
2015 Club Championship Winners
Club Champion Peter McBride
First Division: Paul Iacomo
Second Division: Richard Ricci
Third Division: Jack Cicilline
Fourth Division: Fred Torrice