If there's one thing Glenn Smeraglio doesn't need, it's another trophy.
Who are we kidding? He needs more, more more.
The Newtown resident has won dozens of crowns in his golfing career, but the most recent one was very special. Playing at Lehigh, Smeraglio carded an opening round of 5-under-par 65 to lead Chris Clauson by two strokes in the Golf Association of Philadelphia's Senior Amateur Championship.
When inclimate weather cancelled the final round, Smeraglio, 57, was awarded the championship.
Five Ponds Brian Rothaus tied for third after an even-par 70.
It's been a winning summer for Smeraglio, who plays out of LuLu. In the 58th Pennsylvania Senior Amateur Championship at St. Clair, he carded rounds of 73-69--142, tying Champion Lakes David Brown after 36 holes of regulation play.
On to sudden death, Smeraglio made an emphatic eagle on the first playoff hole to claim the state championship.