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City Park Championship 2021 – Tournament Results

Players battled tough conditions today including rain, wind, and soft ground as the City Park Course Championship concluded. A two over par round today for a 2-under par total of 126 was enough for Phil Schmitt to win the 36-hole championship. Eric Hoffmann shot one over par 65 for a 127 total and 2nd place. Brek Balentine finished 3rd at even par 128. Scott Haynie captured 4th place and Carter Schmitt moved up into 5th place with a 64, the low round of the day.

Garrett Theriot won the First Flight by one shot over David Knight with a 138 total. Jason Miller won the Second Flight with a 143 total. Hopefully we will see everyone at the Webb Championship on April 17th & 18th.

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Dumas Championship 2021 – Tournament Results

It took 22 Sunday holes (Sunday 18 + 4 playoff holes) for Jeremy Gautreaux to capture the 2021 Dumas Memorial Course Championship. Landon Covington shot a 2-under 69 to tie Goatreaux at 4-under 138. Landon sunk a long putt on the first playoff hole to keep what would be a 4-hole playoff going. They tied the next two holes before Covington’s birdie putt did a 270 degree lip out and Gautreaux made his 2 foot birdie putt to capture the Dumas Championship. Robbie White shot 1-under par 70 to tie Eric Hoffman in 3rd place. Grant Welch finished alone in 5th. Randall Little shot 77 on Sunday for a 156 total to win the first flight. Elliott Aucoin shot 83 for a 174 total to win the 2nd flight. Congratulations to Jeremy ‘Goat’ Gautreaux for winning the Dumas Championship and getting a good start on defending his BREC Player of the Year title.

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2021 Hole in One

Roy Gay Jr – February 20, 2021

Golf Course: Dumas Memorial
Hole #: 16 (123 yards)
Club Used: Pitching Wedge
Witnesses: Michael Lathan Sr., Ed Mitchell, Noland Turner, Phillip Cooper

Chuck Fagan – April 19, 2021

Golf Course: Webb Memorial
Hole #: 5 (138 yards)
Club Used: 7 Iron
Witnesses: Ted Hicks, Dean Henderson

Odell Wilmer, Sr. – March 15, 2021

Golf Course: Webb Memorial
Hole #: 3 (125 yards)
Club Used: Pitching Wedge
Witnesses: Rayford Iglehart

Want to see the accomplishments from 2020? Visit the 2020 Hole In One Page.

Timothy Arbour – March 14, 2021

Golf Course: Webb Memorial
Hole #: 17 (117 yards)
Club Used: Pitching Wedge
Witnesses: Larry Blackburn, Brad Neal

Peter Kovacs – March 27, 2021

Golf Course: Webb Memorial
Hole #: 15 (95 yards)
Club Used: 9
Witnesses: Len Apcar

Holiday 3-Person Scramble 2020 – Tournament Results

On what started as a cool morning at Dumas Golf Course, Eric Hoffmann, Jeremy Gautreaux, and Brandt Garon got red hot on the back nine shooting a 10-under par 25 (with 2 eagles) on their way to victory at 17-under par 54. The second place team of Terry Ledet, Chad Blanchard, and David Knight fired a 9-under par 26 on the back nine on their way to a 14-under par 57. Robbie White, Grant Welch and Tre’ Simmons shot 61 to come in 3rd at 10-under par. Jason Miller, Jason Anderson, and Danny Nelson won a tie-breaker at 9-under par to finish in 4th place. Congratulations to everyone who got through the cool start for a fun day at Dumas GC.

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Harry Neese Memorial 2020 – Championship Tournament

Robbie White and Landon Covington shot 10 under par for 27-holes to win the Harry Neese Memorial tournament today at City Park. In this unique tournament the players play 9-holes of scramble, 9-holes of better-ball, and 9-holes of alternate shot. The formats get more difficult as you go. Jason Helmke and son were also very steady shooting 29-29-30 to finish in second at 8-under par 88. Jason Miller & Matthew Schroeder tied for 3rd with Scott Haynie and Frank Schroeder at 5-under par 91. Congratulations to everyone who played in this challenging yet fun event at City Park.

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Junior Championship 2020 – Tournament Results

Gage Landry set out to defend his title as the Baton Rouge Champion.  Defend he did, and in a rather convincing manner.  Blistering a demanding front nine with a two under 34, he finished with a one over 73 to eclipse the field by a margin of 7 strokes.  The St. Amant golfer who staged a come from behind victory on the back nine in 2019, acknowledged that this year he set out with a plan to take more of a commanding role in the early goings, a plan that worked very well.

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Women’s Championship 2020 – Tournament Results

Julie Harrison was basically fairways and greens on the front nine, shooting a one over 37; meanwhile Sophia Macias started off with a pair of double bogeys.  Settling her nerves, Macias finished just three strokes behind with a birdie on the difficult 9th hole.  Undaunted by Macias’s birdie, Harrison knocked in a 6 foot downhill breaking putt on the same 9th green.

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Plainsman Four-Ball 2020 – Tournament Results

2-player Better-Ball

Greg Berthelot & Taylor Calandro shot a 6-under par 66 round at Beaver Creek today to win the 2020 Plainsman Better-Ball tournament with a two day 10-under par 134 total. They needed every shot as they won a tie-breaker with Brandt Garon & Garret Westbrook who also came in at 68-66-134. Berthelot and Calandro won the second tie-breaker with a 3-under 33 on the back 9 on Sunday. The low round of the day went to Landon Covington and Robbie White who shot a 7-under par 65 to finish one shot back in third place, winning a tie-breaker at 135 with Tommy & Mickey Garrity.

Phil Frazier and Jeremy Gautreaux won the First Flight after posting 71-65-136. The Second Flight went to Tommy Hodson & Davis Dicharry with 73-67-140. Brek Balantine and Matthew Jakuback won the Third Flight with 78-72-150.

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