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Congrats to all of our Club Champions, starting with the Man, the Myth, the Legend….
Our 2021 Overall Club Champion, Bryan Francis.
Bryson DeChambeau has got nothin’ on this guy. With a swing eerily similar to the Newsboy cap wearing pro, Bryan just grips it and rips it. Hits it about as far also. His practice swings actually make you flinch. Unfortunately, rumor has it his comfortable 7 stroke victory over Ryan Vaterlaus may be under investigation due to Bryan’s use of 3 caddies.
Bryan may be deserving of Father of the Year award. After opening the tournament with a 74 on Saturday, he proceeded to Valleyfair with his 3 “Caddies”. Then on Sunday, when his better half had to go to work, the caddies were dropped off at the turn. After witnessing how well behaved and golf-respectful these boys were, and how the rest of the foursome got a big kick out of them, I thing it’s safe to conclude any investigation will be terminated.
Senior Champion – Joe O’Neill
Starting the day 6 strokes off the pace didn’t faze Joe. He figured just play solid and who knows what might happen. Well, a silky smooth 74 might be considered more than solid and probably more than he hoped for. Either way, it was more than enough to catch Bill Angel and take the title by 2 shots.
Fall Classic Champion – Chris Reeves
Chris is a man of few words. You should see the weekly recaps we get for our Saturday group. If he used fewer works to describe the day’s events, the NSA would suspect it some sort of code on the dark web meant for our nation’s enemies. Mr. Reeves is also a man requiring few strokes to navigate a golf course as evidenced by his 77-75 over the weekend.
Masters Champion – Dick Helde
Not only is Mr. Helde the Masters Champion, he is also (for those of you who eschew reading emailed communications for the BMC), our current President. My guess is there will be an agenda item for this month’s board meeting where Dick will recap his rounds in explicit detail. Possibly accompanied with a Power Point presentation. A consistent 78-78 over 2 days held off John Miller (of the infamous Friends of Miller) by 2. The mystery of a disappearing act on the 4th green is unresolved.
Super Senior Champion – Larry Fyten
Larry opened with a nice 79 on Saturday and never looked back. An 83 on Sunday was enough for a 2 stroke win over Steve Tanner. Next year, his playing partners, Jack Hughes, Rick Ites and Steve have joined forces and plan on disrupting Larry’s steady game by employing Bryan Francis’ strategy and will bring cartfuls of grandkids.
BMC Club Championships
Saturday & Sunday
August 14th & 15th
11:00AM Start Both Days
Tim Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt Johnson: Matthew.email@example.com
This Event Earns you 4 EWS points
Mark your calendars and clear your Zoom meetings. It’s time to see who earns the right to say “I’m the Club Champion!”
We will be running 5 different Championship tournaments. 2 of them are Gross score tournaments. The other 3 are Net score events. Pick the one that’s best for you. You can only enter 1 event.
Gross Score Events
- Club Championship – This is the big Kahuna. The Best of the BMC’s Best will compete for prize money and the trophy. Open to all members but unless you hit your drive 280, other options might suit you better.
- Senior Club Championship – This is the big Kahuna for those of us 55 years and older and can’t drive it 280 anymore and approach par 5’s with 3 woods vs. 9 irons. Open to all members 55 and up.
Net Score Events
- The BMC Classic – Designed for the guys who want to compete in a net event. This is a flighted, net score event, open to all members of any age. Low gross score will be recognized with the winners name on the trophy.
- The Masters – Open to members 65 – 74 years old and is a flighted, net score event. Low gross score will be recognized with the winners name on the trophy.
- The Super Seniors – Open to Members 75 years old and above and is a flighted, net score event. Low gross score will be recognized with the winners name on the trophy.
Entry Fee and what’s included
Entry fee is $155. Here is what is included in the entry fee:
- Greens Fees both days
- Cart if desired
- Range Balls
- Award Payouts
- Burgers on the grill, potato salad, chips, cookie and a beverage following golf on Sunday on the courtyard. Winners announced on the courtyard.
Deadline to Enter: August 4th
For those interested, the 2020 Recap can be viewed here.