Rochester Native Dominic Bozzelli Claims 1st Web.com Tour Victory

For Immediate Release: ROCHESTER, NY- June 7, 2016– On Sunday, Rochester native Dominic Bozzelli secured his first Web.com Tour victory at the Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship. Bozzelli came in 24-under-par at the event which was held May 30 – June 5. This was a four-stroke victory over Roberto Diaz, Sam Ryder and Blake Adams. The win brings his rank to #6 on The 25 list. The top 25 money winners at the end of the season are automatically awarded full playing privileges on the PGA Tour in 2017.

Bozzelli is eager to continue to progress towards that goal. “I know I’ve got the talent to finish with The 25, but if you get ahead of yourself that’s when things kind of go astray,” he said. “We’re going to celebrate this one for sure, but I’m really looking forward to getting back to work and trying to have some more success in the future.”

Bozzelli has made 5 cuts of the 9 events he played in this year and has had 3 Top 10 finishes. The twenty-five year old Auburn University graduate and golf team star has been playing professionally since 2013. He is a two-time New York State Amateur Champion and Ping All-American. He is also a four-time NGA Tour winner and now Web.com Tour winner. Since he started playing professionally, Dominic has been sponsored by local Rochester, New York based company Power Management.

When asked about his feelings on the recent victory he stated “It is an unbelievable feeling to win on the Web.com Tour and a moment that I’ll remember forever. I am very fortunate to have so much support from family, friends and sponsors like Power Management, who care and have enabled me to pursue my lifelong dream.”

Bozzelli’s next event is the Rust-Oleum Championship in Ivanhoe, IL June 9-12.

 

For more information contact Business Development Manager, Joanne Sinopoli at (585) 249-1360 or jsinopoli@powermgt.com

 

Power Management provides energy management and sustainability services to a diversified customer base. Founded in 1997, Power Management currently manages over 22,000 commercial and industrial utility meters throughout North America. Taking energy management to a higher level through a process that includes comprehensive research, recommendation and implementation.

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