Blueberry Pines hosts 2-Man Best Ball event
The heat is on again this week and things have been smoking at Blueberry Pines this season! The hole-in-ones seem to be plentiful this year and now this past week a rare albatross was scored on the 18th hole here at Blueberry Pines. The amazing s...
The heat is on again this week and things have been smoking at Blueberry Pines this season! The hole-in-ones seem to be plentiful this year and now this past week a rare albatross was scored on the 18th hole here at Blueberry Pines. The amazing shot was holed by Dustin Berttunen on Thursday evening, July 12. The score was a 2 on the 482-yard par-5 18th hole, a rare double eagle or albatross. Way to go and congratulations Dustin! For your chance to hole out, call us today at (218)-564-GOLF. The golf course is really in fantastic condition right now and our five sets of tees allow you to play the length of golf course that fits your game.
We hosted our 2-Person Best Ball Tournament this past Sunday (July 15). The tournament had two separate flights with the Championship Flight playing the blue tees and counting gross scores and the Handicap Flight playing the white tees and counting gross and net scores.
First place in the Championship Flight went to Jared Stull and Marcus Weidner of Bemidji winning a scorecard playoff after carding a 5-under par 67. Second place with a matching 67 went to Miles Schacher and Brett Severson from Hawley.
Local players were the story in the Handicap Flight, firing some amazing scores. Ken Mackley carded the best individual score, a 1-under par 71. Mike Erickson fired a 1-under par 35 on the front 9, Justin Day fired a 1-under par 35 on the back 9 and Gary Marjama carded a 76. First place low gross went to Justin Day and Dustin Berttunen of Menahga scoring a combined 4-under par 68. First place low net went to Ken Mackley and Andy Williams carding a combined net 11-under par score of 61 and winning a scorecard playoff. Second place low net went to the team of Gary Marjama of Menahga and David James from California finishing with a net total of 61.