Connecticut Open

Connecticut Open

This article is about the Connecticut Open; for information on the former Nationwide Tour event the New Haven Open, see New Haven Open.

The Connecticut Open is the Connecticut state open golf tournament, open to both amateur and professional golfers. It is organized by the Connecticut State Golf Association. It has been played annually since 1931 (except for war years) at a variety of courses around the state. It was considered a PGA Tour event in the 1930s.

Winners

  • 2011 Frank Bensel
  • 2010 Kyle Gallo
  • 2009 Frank Bensel
  • 2008 Jeff Hedden
  • 2007 Jeff Curl
  • 2006 Nick Cook
  • 2005 Nick Cook
  • 2004 Kyle Gallo
  • 2003 Steve Sokol
  • 2002 James St. Pierre
  • 2001 John Paesani
  • 2000 Kyle Gallo
  • 1999 Jay Rice
  • 1998 Kyle Gallo
  • 1997 Michael Gilmore
  • 1996 Brendan Walsh
  • 1995 John Gentile
  • 1994 Kevin Giancola
  • 1993 Michael Gilmore
  • 1992 Ken Green
  • 1991 Mike Colandro
  • 1990 Michael Downey
  • 1989 John Parsons
  • 1988 Kevin Giancola
  • 1987 Kevin Giancola
  • 1986 Mike Colandro
  • 1985 Ken Green
  • 1984 Jack McConachie
  • 1983 Ed Sabo
  • 1982 Ed Sabo
  • 1981 Ed Sabo
  • 1980 Doug Dalziel
  • 1979 Doug Dalziel
  • 1978 Mike Ballo
  • 1977 Robert Benson
  • 1976 James Becker
  • 1975 James Becker
  • 1974 Austin Straub
  • 1973 Dick Siderowf
  • 1972 Paul Kelly
  • 1971 Robert Benson
  • 1970 John Gentile
  • 1969 Mike Ballo
  • 1968 Denny Lyons
  • 1967 Roy Pace
  • 1966 Roy Pace
  • 1965 Jerry Courville
  • 1964 Bob Kay
  • 1963 John Cleary
  • 1962 Bob Cloughen
  • 1961 Eddie Kuna
  • 1960 Allan Breed
  • 1959 Dick Siderowf
  • 1958 Dick Siderowf
  • 1957 Donald Hoenig
  • 1956 Donald Hoenig
  • 1955 J. Galeski
  • 1954 Ted Lenczyk
  • 1953 L. Brownlee
  • 1952 J. Curtin
  • 1951 Harry Nettelbladt
  • 1950 Harry Nettelbladt
  • 1949 Frank Staszowski
  • 1948 Frank Staszowski
  • 1947 Frank Strazza
  • 1946 Felice Torza
  • 1942-45 No tournament due to World War II
  • 1941 Jimmy Demaret
  • 1940 Harold H. Mandly, Jr.
  • 1939 Harry Cooper
  • 1938 Edward Burke
  • 1937 Leo Mallory
  • 1936 Leo Mallory
  • 1935 Johnny Golden
  • 1934 Johnny Golden
  • 1933 Johnny Golden
  • 1932 Johnny Golden
  • 1931 Henry Ciuci

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