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Plainsman Four-Ball 2024 – Tournament Results

Congratulations to Jeremy Gautreaux and Cody Maxwell on winning the 2024 Plainsman Tournament at Beaver Creek golf course.Jeremy and Cody managed to shoot 64–65–129 to finish 15 strokes under par in this 36-hole two player better-ball event.   2023 champions Wendell Akins & BJ Taillon held the first-round lead and finished second at 62-68-130.  Jason Humphries & Dustin Lambert cam in third with 67-64-131.  John Henchy & Randy Goff got 4th place at 67-67-134.Josh Tucker & Drew Prieto won the tiebreaker with the lower final round to win the First Flight with 70-65-135 over the team of Mark Bienvenue & Jesse Landry’s 69-66-135.  David Duhon & Cade Hebert won the Second Flight with 73-66-139, Andre & Jack Prejean came in second with 73-70-143.

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4-Ball Challenge 2024 – Tournament Results

Congratulations to John Henchy & Chad Braud on winning the BREC 4-Ball Challenge tournament today at Beaver Creek GC in Zachary.  John and Chad won in a scorecard playoff over Brandt Garon & Schuyler Cotten after both teams posted a 6 under par 66 scores.  Both teams had 32 strokes on the front nine and 34 on the back nine.  John and Chad won the tiebreaker with the lower score on the last six holes.The tournament was very competitive with fourteen teams scoring between 66 and 69.  Many tiebreakers came into play in the Championship and First flights.  Gayle Sanchez & Jim Adams came in third place, one shot back at 67 along with the team of Jon Gussfeld & Clay Pinson who finished fourth.  The four-way tie at 4-under par 68 included the teams of Clayton Brown & Seth Holley, Kyle & Blake Gautreaux, Robbie White & Craig Rose, and Wes Watts & Rick Hagan.Josh Tucker & Drew Prieto won the First Flight and Andrew Schneider & Adam Fontenot won the Second Flight.

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J.S. Clark Championship 2024 – Tournament Results

Congratulations to Robbie White on winning the 2024 J.S. Clark Course Championship.  Robbie made a birdie putt from a little under 20 feet on the 18th hole to post a final round 72 for an even par 144 two-day total.  Wendell Akins also birdied the 18th hole on a short putt to finish one shot back at 145.  Dennis Brown shot a one over par 73 on Sunday to take third place with a 147 total.Peter Mata won the First Flight at 160, three shots ahead of Chris Kieren at 163.

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Webb Championship 2024 – Tournament Results

Congratulations to Wendell Akins on Winning the 2024 Webb Course Championship.  Wendell followed an even par 72 on Saturday with a three under par 69 on Sunday to finish at three under par 141.  This got Wendell in a playoff with Jeremy Gautreaux who shot 69 on Saturday and 72 on Sunday.   Wendell made a birdie on the first playoff hole to take home the 2024 course championship.
Chris Kieren shot two under par 70 on Sunday to finish in a tie for third place with Mac McGurn at one under par 143.  First round leader Elliot Aucoin finished in fifth place at even par 144.  
Stephen Maciasz shot a Sunday 73 to win the First Flight with a 151 total.  Cameron Bruce and Mike Scurria finished one shot behind him at 152.  In the Second Flight Caleb Wilson won the tie-breaker with Peter Mata at 167.

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City Park Championship 2024 – Tournament Results

Congratulations to Jeremy Gautreaux on winning the 2024 City Park Course Championship.  Jeremy was the only player to finish under par after followed yesterday’s 4-under par 60 with a one over par 65 for a two-shot victory at three under par 125.   2023 City Park Champion Wendell Akins finished in second place at even par 128.  David Knight finished third at 130 and Scott Wilfong came in fourth at 133.
Frank Scroeder won the first flight by five strokes with the only even par round of the day.  Clint Skinner and Peter Mata tied for 2nd in the Frist Flight with 143 totals. 

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2024 Hole In One

Williams Healy – May 10, 2024

Golf Course: Webb Memorial
Hole #: 17 (126 yards)
Club Used: Pitching Wedge
Witnesses: Emmet Healy, Charles C. Healy, Jr.


Johney L McQuarter – April 23, 2024

Golf Course: Webb Memorial
Hole #: 17 (136 Yards)
Club Used: 7 Iron
Witnesses: Scott W. Sagely, Jacob Romines


Kenny Hoggatt – April 12, 2024

Golf Course: Webb Memorial
Hole #: 5
Club Used: #9
Witnesses: Mike Norris, Daron Ourso


Cartillius A. Robinson – February 24, 2024

Golf Course: Webb Memorial
Hole #: 15 (128 Yards)
Club Used: 9
Witnesses: Keisley Cromedy

Mardi Gras Mania 2024 – Tournament Results

Congratulations to Brandt Garon & Schuyler Cotten on winning the 2024 BREC Mardi Gras Tournament at Webb Golf Course.   This tournament is a two day 36-hole competition with the 2-player teams playing a Scramble format for 18-holes on Saturday and 9-holes of Better-Ball followed by 9-holes of Alternate Shot on Sunday.  Brandt and Schuyler won by shooting an 11-under par 61 on Sunday in the harder formats of the two days.  Their Sunday 61 was 5 strokes lower than the next best score on Sunday.  With this low Sunday score, they won the First Flight and passed all the teams in the Championship Flight to win the entire tournament.  Brandt and Schuyler had a two-day total of sixteen under par 67-61-128.

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Ice Breaker 2024 – Tournament Results

Congratulations to Wendell Akins & Daniel Arbour on winning the BREC Icebreaker Tournament today at Historic City Park golf course. Weather was a considerable challenge today with temperatures in the mid-50’s and steady rain that fell through all 18 holes. The players played a 2-player scramble of the first nine holes and a better-ball format for the 2nd nine holes. Twenty-six teams began play and nineteen teams finished all 18 holes. Last year 10 teams managed under par scores, this year only the top 5 teams managed to post scores under par.

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Harry Neese 2023 – Tournament Results

Congratulations to Brandt Garon and Craig Rose on winning the 2023 Harry Neese tournament today at City Park GC. This unique event includes 27 holes of two player team competition. The 1st nine holes are a Scramble format, the 2nd nine holes are Better-Ball format, and the 3rd nine holes are a modified Alternate Shot format. Even par for 27 holes is a score of 96.The groups of Brandt Garon & Craig Rose were tied with Jeremy Gautreaux & Greg Berthelot at 12-under par 84 after 27 holes. The Garon/Rose team won the playoff and 1st place. The Gautreaux/Berthelot team finished second. The family team of Grant Welch and Eddie Welch came in 3rd at 9-under par 87.The field was flighted after the Scramble nine holes. The Frank Schroeder & Steven Thompson team won the First Flight at even par 96. The teams of Danny Oliver & Tom Connors and Richard Lynch & David Ourso tied for 2nd place in the First Flight.

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2023 Baton Rouge Jr. Championship Winners

On October 7, boys and girls ages 7 to 17 participated in the 2023 Baton Rouge Junior Championship at BREC’s Beaver Creek Golf Course.

Ethan Marx, a former resident of Zachary now living in Mandeville returned to take the title of Baton Rouge Junior Champion for 2023.  Hosted at Beaver Creek in Zachary, Marx jumped out to an early front 9 lead with a 3 under 33, and didn’t relent with a one under back nine 35 to shoot a 68.  2021 Champion Elliott Aucoin tried to make a back nine charge with a two under 34, but couldn’t overcome a front nine 37, managing a second place finish for the second year in a row.  Mason Comeaux of Brusley High School finished third with a 75.

Ethan Marx – Tournament Champion

On the girl’s side, Evelynn Artieta of Walker shot identical one under 35s on both nines to take the girl’s title.  Peyton Flynn, the 2021 champion finished second with a 75.  Nikki Chase took third place with an 85.

Evelyn Arieta – Girl’s Title Winner

In the boy 12 -14 year olds, Owen LeJeune shot a 77 to take that title, followed by Janie Giardina winning the girl’s side.

In the boys 10-11, Sam Shield defended his title with a nine hole 41, and Carlie Tiche taking the girl’s title with a 40.  In the 7-9 boys Carter Fortier won with a 49, and Abigail Cheramie with a 43 for the girls.


Tournament Scores:

15-17 BOYS

Ethan Marx 33 35 68 1st
Elliott Aucoin 37 34 71 2nd
Mason Comeaux 37 38 75 3rd
Drew Daigle 36 40 76 4th
Brad Buras (scorecard playoff) 41 37 78 5th
Hunter Cole     78  
Max Kimble     81  
Jack Prejean     82  
Edward Sanchez     82  
Charlie Jackson     83  
Avery Blanchard     90  
Zachary Clark     106  
Peyton Weinman     122  

15-17 GIRLS

Evelynn Artieta 35 35 70 1st
Peyton Flynn 37 38 755 2nd
Nikki Chase 43 42 85
Bayleigh Waldrep     95
Peyton Escamilla     112

12-14 BOYS

Owen LeJeune 40 37 77 1st
Maddox Estilette 41 39 80 2nd
Davis Murphy 39 42 81 3rd
Tyler Vessell     86
David Gary     96
Sawyer Goss     100  

12-14 GIRLS

Janie Giardina     122 1st

10-11 BOYS

Sam Shields     41 1st
Wilton Pfifer     55 2nd
Noah Brown     57 3rd

10-11 GIRLS

Carlie Tiche     40 1st

7-9 BOYS

Carter Fortier     49 1st
Nixon Van     57 2nd

7-9 GIRLS

Abigail Cheramie     43 1st
Ella Gonzales     56 2nd