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Year: 2004

Dates Played: July 25-26, 2004

Host Club: Mill River Country Club

Par & Yardage: 70 / 6,360

Champion (Winning Score): Kyle Gallo, Timberlin GC (203)

Finish Name Home Club Score
1 Kyle Gallo Ellington Ridge CC 63-68-72--203
2 Brett Stegmaier Silver Spring 63-69-71--203
3 Nick Cook Tashua Knolls GC 71-64-69--204
4 Jim West Connecticut National GC 69-72-66--207
T5 Frank Bensel Century CC 70-69-69--208
T5 Matthew Doyle Dye Preserve 76-67-65--208
T7 Jerry Courville, Jr. Shorehaven Golf Club 70-68-71--209
T7 Jim St.Pierre Redding CC 68-71-70--209
9 Kevin Giancola Gofl Quest 69-73-68--210
T10 Philip Perry Black Hall Club 73-69-69--211
T10 Tony Kelley Wyckoff CC 70-72-69--211
T10 John Bushka Aspetuck Valley CC 74-71-66--211
T10 Mike Gilmore Winged Foot GC 69-72-70--211

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