Metro Sr Teams split at Brookview

The Brookview Valley team hosted this week on a great day for golf. They beat a good University team 15-9. Of course captain @Steve-Slivken was there with his clipboard, bullhorn and stopwatch to ensure everything went smoothly

The Valley team was led by Tom Hansen and Sheldon Silberman with 5 points each (6 max). Stan Hop chipped in 4 more and Marty Mangold fresh off his 60th birthday found just won with his net 76.

The Golden team lost a close one to Oak Marsh 11-13. Ted Roberts and Roger Hamm each took 4, while Doug Maday kicked in 3 with his split match. Steve Susich did not have his best stuff and was blanked versus a net 73.

Next week we play at Gross. Check out all the results and standings at and if you are interested in playing and are over 50, contact Steve Slivken or Roger Hamm.

Metro Senior Teams have a Tough Day at Valleywood

The two Brookview Metro Senior teams had a tough day at Valleywood Friday. It was hot and muggy. Thank goodness for a little breeze.

The Valley team, which garnered ten points, was led by Tom Hansen and Dan Olson. Olson played well and won his match 6-0. Hansen tied for the low score of the day, firing a 77 and won 4-2. But then, something happened. Marty Mangold must have been ailing, lost his mojo, and was defeated 0-6. Randy Zejdlik’s back must still be ailing as he too was defeated 0-6.

The Golden team, which secured eight points, was led by their captain, Roger Hamm, who shot a 93 (net 78), to win his match 5-1. Ramiro Sifuentes also played well (84, net 74) but lost his match 2-4. Doug Maday did not have his usual stellar day and was defeated 1-5. And Chuck Bernardy slipped a little (he’s having a great season) and lost his match 0-6.

Currently, in the sixteen team field, the Valley team is in 7th place and the Golden team is in 14th place. This Friday the Valley team hosts the event at Brookview. Hopefully both teams can take advantage of their home course.

Metro Seniors Split at Green Haven

The Valley team lost a close one 11-13 to Daytona @Jim-Sanford and @Stan-Hop led the way with 5 points each. Unfortunately @Steve-Shellenbaum and @Randy-Zedjlik could only muster 1 point total.

The Golden team won handily 16-8 over Valleywood. @Doug-Maday led the way with all 6 points and @Richard-Courtney came away with 5. @Pete-Steichen and @Doug-Diedrich also contributed with 5 total. No one was shut out, leading to a great team victory.

Brookview Golden jumped 2 spots in the standings to 13th and are crawling back. Brookview Valley is currently tied for 7th. 21 points separate the teams.

Next match is at Valleywood where Brookview Valley plays the host team and Brookview Golden plays Fountain Valley. Track all the action at

Both Metro Senior Teams Salvage Ties at Daytona

Both Brookview teams earned 12-12 ties in their Metro Senior team matches at Daytona.  The Brookview Valley team was led by Steve Shellenbaum’s smooth 89 (with a 17 handicap) to win his match 6-0.  Jim Sanford came from behind to tie his match 3-3.  Sheldon Silberman fought hard in his 4-2 defeat, while Steve Slivken’s marginal game at best earned his team 1 point in his 5-1 defeat. 

The Brookview Golden team was led by Doug Diedrich’s outstanding 89 (with a 21 handicap) to dominate his match in a 6-0 win.  Ted Roberts continued his winning ways with a 4-2 victory.  Chuck Bernardy ran into an old veteran from Hiawatha, played well on the back nine in his 4-2 loss, while Richard Courtney came up short in his 6-0 defeat.

Currently the Valley team is in 8th place in the 16 team field, while the Golden team is in 13th place. 

Complete standings and results can be found at

Metro Senior Teams go head to head in epic match.

At the Fountain Valley course in the Metro Seniors league, the heavily favored Brookview Valley team took on the Brookview Golden team. Each match is worth 6 points.

In the A match, @Chuck-Bernady for the Gold Team lost to @Tom-Hansen of the Valley team 2-4.

The B match was Valley team captain @Steve-Slivken taking on Gold Team stalwart @Doug-Maday. Maday blanks Slivken 6-0 with his net 75.

The C match featured first-timer @Matt-McClernan for the gold team vs Valley team veteran @Gary-Ridout. Ridout shoots net 73 and takes 5 of the 6 points.

The final match was @Ted-Roberts of the Golden team and @Dan-Peters of the valley. They split the match 3-3

The end result was a 12-12 draw.
The next match is July 10th at Daytona. For more information, contact Roger Hamm or Steve Slivken and check out

Brookview Teams Split at Metro Seniors

The two Brookview teams competing in the Metro Seniors League split their matches Friday at Hiawatha. Led by Randy Zejdlik’s 6 points, the Valley team amassed 17 points out of a possible 24. In addition members Steve Slivken, Gary Ridout, and Steve Shellenbaum all coolected points to contribute to the victory.

Brookview’s Golden team continued it’s struggles, collecting 9 out of the 24 possible points. The team played really well, which included the following net scores: Steve Merriman 72, Pete Steichen 68, Chuck Bernardy 77, and Richard Courtney 66. They just played against some really hot players.

This week the two teams go head to head at Fountain Valley. Rumors of a massive wager between the captains are floating around.

Results and current team standings can be found at

Metro Seniors Continue Slide

At Chomonix today, the metro Seniors came up short. The @steve-slivken led Valley team played vs Braemar and ran up against a net 72, 71, 73 and 68. Somehow @Jim-Sanford managed 3 points and a split match. Alas, the only points that the Valley team could manage as @Gary-Ridout, @Jim-Husnik and @Sheldon-Silberman all were blanked.

The Golden team fared a little better in their match versus Gross. @Ramiro-Sifuentes continued his bid for rookie of the year honors with 5 points. @Doug-Maday was blanked by a net 73 while @Bob-Boufford netted 4 of the 6 points and @Ted-Roberts managed 2.

Next week is at Hiawatha where the Golden team takes on Green Haven and the Valley team tackles the home course crew.

Stay informed with the standings and results at If you are 50 or older contact Steve Slivken or Roger Hamm about competing in these fun Friday morning events.

Metro Seniors Tumble at Brookview

Yesterday the Metro Seniors played at Brookview as Roger’s Brookview Golden team hosted the event.  It was a beautiful morning and, of course, Roger had everything well organized.  The Brookview Valley team, led by Stan Hop and Gary Ridout, managed to salvage 12 points of the 24 points possible.  Gary and Stan each squeaked out victories, Gary accumulating six points and Stan five points.  Randy Zejdlik was dealing with a shoulder injury but still manged to gain Valley’s final point.  Jim Sanford lost an up and down match to his opponent as he couldn’t quite get across the finish line.  

Roger’s Golden team didn’t quite fair so well.  The team managed to gain six of the possible twenty-four points.  But their time will come.  In the “A” match, Steve Merriman played well, but ran into a buzz saw in Skip Schultz.  Skip was co-medalist yesterday, firing a 75.  Doug Diedrich played to his handicap and gained five points.  Nice playing Doug.  Richard Courtney salvaged a point and Ted Roberts played ok, but again played against a very good opponent.

In the sixteen team field, currently the Valley team is in sixth place and the Golden team is in fifteenth place. Follow the action all season long at Weekly results and weekly standings are online there.

Metro Seniors take 2 W’s at Wirth

The Brookview Valley team took an important win against a team from Oak Marsh. @Tom-Hansen, @Steve-Slivken, @Gary-Ridout and @Steve-Shellenbaum fought mightily and took 14 of the 24 points, with Mr. Shellenbaum leading the way with a perfect 6 pack. Valley is now in third place in the league.

Brookview Golden team turned their season around while playing against Como. @Ramiro-Sifuentes, @Ted-Roberts, @Doug-Diedrich and @Richard-Courtney represented well taking 13 of the 24 points. Ramiro and Ted each took the perfect 6 pack.

Ramiro’s net 70 was the best net of the day amongst the two teams. To keep an eye on standings and results as the season progresses, go to

This week, Brookview Golden hosts at Brookview. Tee times start at 8:00 if you want to come out. The Golden team plays University and the Valley team takes on Bunker Hills.

Brookview Teams Have Mixed Results in Metro Seniors

Bunker Hills hosted week two of the Metro Seniors League. Our two Brookview teams had mixed results. The Brookview Valley team amassed 19 out of a possible 24 points to jump in the standings. Tom Hansen, Gerry Meier, and Jim Husnik won all 6 points in their matches. Marty Mangold couldn’t hold onto his early lead and salvaged a hard fought point in his match.

The Brookview Golden team had a rough day. But they will come back strong. The team of Steve Susich, Chuck Bernardy, Ted Roberts, and Doug Diedrich battled hard but could only record Doug’s 2 points.

Congrats to Tom Hansen, who shared medalists honors with a flawless 73.