PLYMOUTH – At Canasawacta Country Club’s members dinner Thursday evening, The Greater Norwich Golf Hall of Fame enshrined four new members, three of whom have made significant contributions at CCC over the past 50 years.
Ang Muserilli and Richard Curley were inducted in the players category; Hal Skillin, an avid golfer and longtime supporter of golf functions at CCC, was selected in the contributors division, while Bill Zahner was posthumously chosen in the legends category.
Muserilli began his affiliation with golf as a caddy at CCC over 65 years ago. Upon completion of his military service, he returned to Norwich and began a lifelong love of golf. A natural at the sport, Muserilli maintained a single-digit handicap well into his 70s, and has probably hit over a 1 million practice balls during his career. Throughout his years as a member at the course, he has selflessly offered advice to other players, and remains a strong advocate of aspiring junior golfers. He is a senior club champion at CCC winning a title in 1993, while also finishing as a runner-up many times. In the men’s scratch division, he has countless top-five finishes along with several top finishes in many other local tournaments.