Team Captains

Greg Baron gregbaron@hotmail.com

Bob Malby rmalby@comcast.net

The Metro Seniors League is a competitive league of teams from fifteen public golf courses in the Twin Cities area. League play is on Friday mornings. Each golf course hosts once during the season. We play a different team every Friday at the designated host course.

Each match pits four players from Braemar against four players from our opponents for the day. These matches are individual contests and opponents are determined by handicap order. Matches are scored on match play format under match play rules. Two points are awarded for each nine and two points for the eighteen – a total of six points per individual match and 24 points for the team.

To be eligible you must be 50 years of age or older; A member of the Braemar Men’s Club; Highly Competitive, Understand and Play by Strict USGA match play rules. 

You also need to be willing to drive across town for early morning tee times on Fridays. Participation in a fun event is what Metro Seniors is all about.

The Braemar Team has a tradition of finishing near the top of this league. We will try to accommodate as many players as possible but will schedule the most competitive team members most often. We can always use substitutes.

Contact Greg (952-212-6369) (gregbaron@homail.com)) if you have any questions or are interested in playing on the team. There is no entry fee, only weekly green fees.

2021 Season Results:

The Braemar Senior Metro League Team had another good year in the 16-team league.  We finished 3rd with 8 wins, 4 losses and 4 ties.  We were too far behind 2nd place Brookview and 1st place University in the finals at Oak Marsh to move up.  There were three teams competing in the finals for 3rd place and Braemar held off Wirth to secure 3rd place.   We had 15 players participating the four Friday tee times; Bob Malby, Bob Peterson, Dan Berend, Doug Osterud, Greg Baron, Jack Hughes, Jim Punch, John Miller, Kerry Stevens, Larry Fyten, Mark Schmidt, Marty Weber, Steve Scott, Steve Tanner and Tom Sampson.