Registration is now closed for WNL

The Wednesday night league is full.  We were able to accept 14 new members that do not live in Golden Valley this year.  We have 6 new members from Golden Valley.

You can still register for the weekend events if you wish.  We have a series of fun and well run events over the course of the summer.  This membership also provides you priority for 2018 WNL.

You can use the same application, here.

Spring Meeting Presentation is here

We had a good turnout last night.  Here is what was presented if you would like to review or missed the meeting:

This is the entire presentation that was provided on 15 March  :  SpringMeeting

This is the new WNL LeagueStructure


Registration is now open!

BMGA Registration begins now.  It is open until 4pm on 24 March 2017.

Each application must come with a completed form - see this link for a PDF -->  BMGA-Application

You can submit your application via these methods:

  • In person at the Brookview Golf Course prior to the spring meeting
  • In person at the Brookview Golf Course during the spring meeting
  • Via mail:
    • Brookview Golf Course
    • Attn: BMGA
    • 200 Brookview Parkway
    • Golden Valley, MN 55426
  • Via email
    • Complete this form and email the completed form to registration@bmga.org
      Note: If your application is accepted, you will receive a link to submit payment

Please note, submission of an application does not guarantee acceptance.

Order or preference for membership goes:

  1. Golden Valley residents
  2. Returning members
  3. Board Member referral exemption (1 per board member, 9 max)
  4. New members on first-come-first-served basis.


2017 Season to begin soon

Hello all.

BMGA will open registration on noon CT on 25January.  We will accept registrations through 24March at 4pm.   An application form will be on this site beginning at noon on 25Jan.  There will be instructions on the form on how to submit.

Some info:

Wednesday Night League – nine hole matches played on Wednesday evenings throughout the summer.  16 week season, with the week of the 4th off.  You’re scheduled to play at least 11 of the 16 weeks, and generally guys who are available to play each week can find sub opportunities to get more weeks in.  Individual matches, but team standings, playoffs, etc.  Our Wed teams are 11 members and 8 play on any given Wed.  You can join as a single or bring friends along.   Typically we have a draft for team captains to fill their team up.  Each captain can keep 7 of their 11 players.  Those players cut and new guys end up in the draft pool.  If you wish to play with a buddy, we can make that known to the captains during draft night.  There are 16 teams of 11 players each : 176 members max.

Weekend Tournaments – we run 10 weekend tournaments throughout the summer of varied format.  We usually get 40-60 players for each event and pay out prizes, provide free beer/sodas, manage scoring, etc.  You can play in however many you want – 0, some, all – whatever.  You pay for each one individually but must be a BMGA member AND a Brookview patron.  There is no maximum membership

If you join league, you join for the season.

Cost:  We think this is a good value.

$70 annual BMGA member fee.  Required for both Weekend Tournies and WNL.

$290 – WNL fee.  Covers your greens fees for all Wednesday night matches.  Does not include cart

$42 / weekend tournament, $84 for each of the 2 2-day events.

$135/$100 GV-SLP Res/Non-res Brookview patron rate including handicap service.  Paid directly to Brookview golf, required for all members.

So all in it’s ~$460-$500 for WNL.

What you get:

Weekend tournaments include prize payouts equal to $12/player (which is included in the $42 event fee).  Also includes free beer/sodas after the event paid from the BMGA membership fee.

Wednesday night league includes weekly, as well as season long prizes, free beer/soda all season long (budget permitting), par 3 social, 4 food nights.

As a Brookview patron you also get a number of benefits including preference on tee times, discounted rates for non-league play, proshop discounts, etc.


Order or preference for membership goes:

1)      Golden Valley residents

2)      Returning members

3)      Board Member referall exemption (1 per board member, 9 max)

4)      New members on first-come-first-served basis.

After getting through #s 1-3, there are usually only a dozen or so spots available to new guys, which are usually filled within the first week or so.


2016 BMGA Banquet Trophy Presentations

2016 WNL winners

2016 WNL winners

2016 BMGA CUP Roger Hamm

2016 BMGA CUP Roger Hamm

2016 WNL MVP Chuck Bernardy

2016 WNL MVP Chuck Bernardy

2016 Sr. Club Champion - Scott Hartmann

2016 Sr. Club Champion - Scott Hartmann

2016 Shootout Winner Brian Beitlich

2016 Shootout Winner Brian Beitlich

2016 Individual Match Play Winner Roger Hamm

2016 Individual Match Play Winner Roger Hamm

Hole-in-One Winner - Steve Shellenbaum (Hole 12)

Hole-in-One Winner - Steve Shellenbaum (Hole 12)

2016 2 Man Match Play Champs: Andy Kim & Trent Mayberry

2016 2 Man Match Play Champs: Andy Kim & Trent Mayberry

The Banquet presentation


15 days after the WNL Finals, the post is finally here!!  Last year's runner up, Drawshank Redemption vs. this year's Cinderella story, WTF.  Up for grabs? This trophy:


and eternal glory... and $35 in chits, per player.

WTF was off to a slow start, while Drawshank was pretty steady after Match 1.  Match 1 was Josh Mueller & Phil Berndt (Drawshank) vs. Dick Koppy & Nate Host (WTF).  Mueller fired a net 35 against Koppy's net 38 taking home 6 points.  Berndt fired a net 36 against Host's net 40 taking home 7 points.  13 to 7 after match one in favor of Drawshank.  The trend continued after Match 2. Meder fired a net 34 with a double bogie on the last hole, while his opponent Joe Larson fired a net 36. Meder took home 6.5 points. Maday played without error in the first 5 holes, then came back to earth on the final four, but still shot a net 32 against Mayberry's net 37.  Maday took home 7 points, and after the first two matches, Drawshank was up 26.5 to 13.5.

WTF tried to turn things around in Match 3. Peyer, net 35, overtook Hengel, net 37 and Riggs needed almost all of his net 31 to take down Osborn's net 33.  WTF took home 12 to Drawshank's 8.  Coming into the final group, Drawshank was up 34.5 to 25.5.  Chris Garcia and Rob Wise put up net 35 and net 36 respectively, but couldn't overcome the deep hole they were in. Mike Ryan fired a net 37 and Matt Pacyna finished up with a net 32. After the dust settled, Drawshank avenged their second place finish from last year, and took home the title, winning 45.5 to 33.5 over WTF.

Congratulations to all this year and make sure to put the year-end banquet on your calendar.

Congratulations Drawshank Redemption!: semi-finals-win


Josh Mueller (captain); Mark Hengel; Phil Berndt; Ben Raak; Mark Osborn; Brandon Meder; Matt Pacyna; Dough Maday; Mike Ryan; Barry Nelson; and Jon Cassens (not pictured).

Shootout Summary

We had an awesome day for the shootout. 24 guys showed up and brought their A-Game. After nine holes we had 9 guys secured for the back nine and 3 guys had a chip off for the final spot. Howie Hoffman took that down and rounded out the final 10 players of - Beitlich, Berg, Nestvold, Mangold, Grove(Matt), Hoffman, Hop, Monogue, Brower(Richard) & Hamm. (Ryan and Hamm won't the nearies respectively on 4 & 8)


Once on the back the back nine, the play was phenomenal and we had 6 chip offs needed on 10, 11, 12, 14, 17, & 18. Hamm went out first, followed by Brower(by a mere 2 inches), followed by Monogue, followed by Hoffman, followed by Grove, followed by Mangold(who squarely hit a tree on his 3rd shot), followed by Nestvold (an elimination by only 14 inches) and then we were down to 2 on 18 - Berg & Beitlich.


Both of them hit outstanding drives right down the middle leaving themselves less than 100 yards in. Berg approached first and stuck it to 8 feet followed by Beitlich hitting the front of the green to 35 feet. Beitlich's putt went inside Berg's to 5 feet. Berg lipped his birdie leaving Beitlich with sliding 5 footer for the tie, which he promptly drained to force a shootout champion chip off.


Berg went first with a beautiful chip to 8'9"....Beitlich had the pressure on him and followed with an awesome chip as well. It was obviously going to be a close measurement....however after the tape was pulled Beitlich was 8 inches close and prevailed as the 2016 Shootout Champion! For the day Beitlich and Berg respectively shot gross 75 & 76.

Shoot Out Field is Set!

Hi all.  Below is the shootout field.  We are teeing off at noon this Saturday.  We should be finishing up the front at about 2:30
All are welcome to watch the players come in and see who makes the cut.
Follow along on the back 9 and cheer on your favorites in Ryder Cup fashion!


Calcutta Update

The 2016 Calcutta has come to a close. It was a great day of competition as expected. The weather was perfect!

We had a come from behind victor....

1st Place - Broyer/Kadue B - 198

2nd Place - Hamm/Nelson - 199

3rd Place - Mangold/Nestvold - 201

4th Place - Kim/Mayberry - 203

5th Place - Diedrich/Brower Rob - 209


Hole Prizes -

Long Putt #3 - Larry Hahka

Nearie #4 - Trent Mayberry

Nearie #8 - Brad Kadue

Closest in 2 shots #11 - Kelly Gallagher

Nearie #12 - Ted Roberts

Long Putt #15 - Tom Nestvold

Nearie #17 - Craig Wethington


There were 8 skins awarded, each earning $50. Dick Koppy has those winners.


Calcutta Round 1 Update

Here is the tee sheet for the 2nd round on Sunday: calcutta-round-2-tee-times


Here is a brief overview of the first round of the Calucutta.

We had a great day of competition in the first round after the auction on Friday night.

We have 3 teams tied at the top with net -13 (59) - Mayberry/Kim, Diedrich/Brower & Peterson/Peyer

Kadue B/Broyer are in 4th place with a net -10 (62) and in 5th place is Doherty/Supalla at net -9 (63)

Several teams are right behind them and will be great day tomorrow to see the race to the finish.

There were skins awarded today for $97.50 each

Hole #1 - Peterson/Peyer

Hole #4 - Gaasedelen/Millman

Hole #8 - Brower Ro/Diedrich

Hole #11 - Crandell/Kraus


Todays event hole prize winners are:

Long Putt #2 - Stanhop

Nearie #4 - Trent Mayberry

Closest in 2 #6 - Andy Kim

Nearie #8 - Jason Lunetta

Nearie #12 - Andy Kim

Long Putt #13 - Doug Diedrich

Nearie #17 - Forrest Nelson