Long over due, but work has begun to refurbish the Barbecue Grill Pavilion. With donated funds and labor the work is moving at a steady pace. If you haven't noticed, the nasty old willow is finally gone. A new 22' x 34' concrete pad has been poured, Steel roof, ceiling and soffet, have been installed over existing frame next step is to remove old cracked concrete pad, move the grill and rebuild its base for easier use, finish concrete floor work. Then install a frame and roof over the new pad. Thanks to all who have contributed to this project. If you would like to help with your time, talent or financial contribution, feel free to contact Oceana Golf Club 231-861-4211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stroke Play Championship Results
Mike Schramm pictured to the left is 8 time champion in the 9 year history of the event. He shot 75-70 for a one under par 145. At right Ross Finlan won the net division by three shots over Bill Shriver. For a complete list of results click on the link above.
With the weather forecast all week long leading up to the weekend of June 12 and 13 calling for rain and thunderstorms everyone was prepared to get wet. But, NOT ONE DROP fell during the 37th Annual 36 Hole Event, sunny and mid 70's prevailed along with excellent scoring conditions. The young guns (pictured) of Evan Aamodt and Scott Schuitema won with a score 63-64=127. Two time defending champions Ken Taylor and Brad VanDam had their struggles on Sunday after being in second after day one only two shots back, finishing 65-72=137 in 5th place. The individual round of the weekend went to Ryan Mouw shooting 65 on his own ball Sunday to help his partner Lane White win the first flight 72-62=134.
There was some incredible golf shots both days, but on Saturday hole #3 saw two Eagle 2's on the 314 yard par 4 hole. First Cris Gotaas knocks in a 101 yard 9 iron from the left rough. Playing in the same foursome Brad VanDam on the very next swing of the group knocks in a lob wedge from 75 yards out of the right rough. The odds of two shots back to back going in from that distance is unknown to this PGA Golf Professional, but it is high.
Congratulations to Richard Flickema of Spring Lake. He was our May monthly give-a-way winner here at Oceana Golf Club winning a round of golf including cart for (4) four players. You too can win, but not if you don't sign up. If you aren't already, become a VIP Member to be eligible.
|Click on the link below to see the results of the event. |
Bob Blackmer said good-bye to the Board Of Directors at Oceana Golf Club after serving 18 years. The Club Treasurer will be missed in that capacity but promises to still be highly visible at the golf course in a volunteer status. Congratulations to New Board Members Bill Shriver of New Era and Gene Herrygers of Hart. Other Directors are Rich Lindenau, Frank Schramm, and Tom Kirk. Tom Kirk stepped down at President and Rich Granger was elected into that position. VP remains the same with Doug Raeth, Barb Altland was elected Secretary, Rich Tompkins is the new Treasurer.
Congratulations to Mason Beckman on scoring an Ace on Hole #17, using a 7 iron from 164 yards. It occurred during a West Michigan Conference High School Jamboree hosted by his team, Shelby, on May 8th. It was the FIRST Hole-In-One in 10 years during a Jamboree. It was also a First for a Shelby High School golfer ever.The Shelby Senior was also medalist for the 36 player event shooting 80 on his home course.
Congratulations to Nancy Pressler of Muskegon. She was the winner of the first prize give-a-way for four golfers 18 holes with cart. The next drawing will be held in May, and is worth 18 holes and cart for one, unless we can get 50 new email address to become VIP members. Tell all your friends and we will increase the prize package to 4 players, just like the one Nancy Pressler just won.
Clarence Cox of Ludington made the first Ace of 2010 here at Oceana Golf Club. Clarence accomplished his feat on April 19, on hole #12 using a 7 iron. Congratulations Clarence, we should be getting a picture soon to follow this remarkable shot.