Calcutta Tournament Info

Team Pairings

Team List. The below is the final team list. Handicaps have been locked in.

The above guide has your locked in individual handicaps. Remember, we will take 85% of your handicap and that will be applied individual handicap.

Auction & Horse Race

The Auction will occur at Brookview, on the upper-deck at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, September 23rd.  The timing should work so those who are playing in the playoffs will be able to attend.  A few notes about this:– Max capacity on the deck is 36 people.  Therefore, when we reach capacity, we will ask teams to have only ONE PERSON on the deck so we can remain at capacity numbers.– There are LOTS of teams.  28 of them.  Should have been 26 but I screwed up, so now there are 28 – and I apologize in advance for the last nine holes – it’s going to be slow!  That means the draft MUST BE FAST paced.  We love people hanging out and having fun.  If you are being loud and disruptive during the draft, we will ask you to head down to the patio and continue your conversation.  That also means you should come prepared with the plan.

During the auction we will also be taking Horse Bet information as well.


We will be having a skins game this weekend.  There will be two pots, the first 18 holes and the last 9 holes.  Cost is $10 for Gross / Net or you can pay $20 and get into both skins pools.  If for some reason there are NO skins in the final 9 holes, that money will be moved to the first 18 hole skins pot.

To register for skins use this form:

Tee Sheets & Format

Reminder, the tournament is on SUNDAY, September 27th.

Tee sheets are now available for both rounds here:

If I did it correctly, you will play with different people in the first 18 vs the last 9 holes.  The tee times are two shot-gun starts at 8:00 AM and 1:30 PM.  Most groups are threesomes and the goal is to get around the course quickly.  As part of the tournament, you will receive 2 drink tickets and a meal ticket.  We MUST start the second nine by 1:30 PM so we do not goof up the public tee sheet.

The first 18 holes you will NOT play with your partner.  It is a best-ball and a single score between the two players will count towards your final score.  The last 9 holes is Both Balls will count towards the final score.  All players will use 85% of their USGA Handicap.

President’s + HoF Cup Results

On what was supposed to be a cold and rainy morning turned out to be just perfect for had 42 players who played.

In the Gross Flight, there was a tie for first place with Zach Kamerer (72) and Howard Hoffman (Past Pres.) (73) who finished at +3. They receive $62.50 and 87 BMGA Cup Points. Third place went to Richard Brynteson (HOF) (74) at -1. 3rd Place takes home $45.00 and 50 BMGA Cup Points.

In the Net Flight, there was a tie for first place with Matt McClernan and Kirk Williams finishing at +11. They also receive $62.50 and 87 BMGA Cup Points. In 3rd place was Ramiro Sifuentes at +9. He receives $45.00 and 50 BMGA Cup Points. 4th place went to Tory Stellick at +7 receiving $35.00 and 25 BMGA Cup Points. 5th place goes to Cory Smith at +6 and receives $25.00.

In our President & Hall of Fame Net Flight. First place went to Richard Brynteson at +5 and receives $45.00. Second place went to Hall of Famer Curtis Medina at +2 ($25.00).

President’s + HoF Cup

Weekend events are from a month-long break since the Club Championship as we enter the President + Hall of Fame Cup. This year we feature two returning President’s/Hall of Fame members back to the league and six current members who are Past Presidents or Hall of Fame Members.

Tee times for this event can be found here:

We will feature ten players in the Gross Flight, ten players in the Past Presidents-HoF Flight and thirty-four players in the Net Event. Rest assured; we are paying out at least five deep this weekend.

Warm up your putters. The only question now is, who will match Dustin’s -20 in stableford points?

Last night in League Play!

Thanks guys for another great season. This was definitely a Covid year so why wouldn’t Bald Man Brewery take the top spot this year for 2020… They scored a whooping 688 points to win their Conference and get a first round Bye. I like big putts won their division and will be the #2 spot in the playoffs facing off agains the wild card team Fairway to Heaven.

Hack Attack was solid all year long and posted 671.5 points to lock up their conference and secure the Bye as the #1 seed. Who’s your caddy wins their division and will be the #2 seed facing off against the wild card Putt for Dough.

The MVP of the league this year was Kent Riggs who plays at 9th Green on 9. He scored 84.5 points for the season, highlighted by week 9 against Fairway to Heaven he scored 8.5 points in his match. If you haven’t met him this year he’s a class act and if Richard cuts him this year he most certainly will be playing for Team 1 Jesse’s Barbershop/CTB. Congratulations on the $250 chit to the pro shop.

Week 15 Team Winners: $10 Each Bald Man Brewery, Justin Wallace, Doug Lang, Jim Stetler, Ted Scheunemann, Jeff Gillis, Luke Fox, Michael White, Doug Zuck.

Low Net $5 each: Colby Grupa and Steve Bensen 32

Low Gross $5 each: Dave Supalla and Mike Manion 34

Front Skins $25 each: Stephen Wennblom 2 on #4, Chris Reuter 4 on #1

Back Skins $17 each: Sheldon Silberman 3 on #11, Ted Scheunemann 2 on #17, Aaron Riedel 3 on #13

Metro Seniors League Concludes It’s Season

The Metro Senior League concluded it’s season at Oak Marsh Friday, 9/4. The team from Fountain Valley edged the team from University to claim the season long title and display the winner’s trophy until next year.

The BMGA sponsored two teams in the league. The Valley team, captained by Steve Slivken, finished in 7th place (1 point out of 6th and 2 points out of 5th) in the sixteen team league. On Friday Tom Hansen continued his stellar play, shooting a 74 (net 70) to win his match 6-0. Steve Slivken crawled to the finish with an 87 (net 76) to tie his match 3-3. Marty Mangold also shot an 87 (net 75) to tie his match 3-3. Gary Ridout didn’t have his usual power game and fell 0-6. In total the Valley team tied it’s match 12-12.

The Golden team, captained by Roger Hamm, continued to improve and won it’s match 14-10. Doug Paquette shot an 88 (net 71) to win his match 4-2. Ted Roberts blistered the course with an 83 (net 66) and dominated his match 6-0. Doug Diedrich shot a 94 (net 75) to win his match 4-2. Richard Courtney fell a little short in a close match an lost his match 0-6. The Golden team finished it’s season in 11th place (3 points out of 10th).

We were blessed this season to enjoy great weather every match. It was a fun season. Many thanks to Skip Schultz from the University team for overseeing the league. Also much thanks to Roger Hamm for creating and maintaining the new website. To see the final standings and learn more about the Metro Senior League, please go to

Sifuentes & McClernan named 2-Man Match Play Champions

The two man championship was played on Sunday August 30 on a top ten weather day between the team of Dan Grubb/Brian Beitlich (both 8 handicaps) and Ramiro Sifuentes/Matt McClernan (10&16 handicaps).  

The BMGA sent along it’s cub reporter who wrote back:’

The first hole was solidly won by Brian who two putted for par.  The second hole was halved with pars but on the third hole, Dan made birdie for the win.   The Dan/Brian team made par on #4 for a 3 up lead.  The teams halved #5 and on number #6 Ramiro made birdie for the win.  The seventh hole was won with Matt making net par for the win.  Dan/Brian were up 1 going into the 8th which was halved and so was the 9th. 

On number 10 every player made bogey but Matt was getting a shot so his net par made the match tied.   Dan/Brian came back with a par on #11 for the win and then Dan made his second birdie on #12 for a 2 up lead.   On #13 Ramiro made his birdie putt (second for the day) for the win.   And followed that up with a par on #14 for the win and making the match a tie going into #15.   Brian made a birdie on #15 to have his team go up 1 headed into #16.   But with Ramiro getting a shot and making par on 16, the match went back to a tie.  On 17 with a middle right pin position, Dan hit his tee shot to the far left of the green but then drained his 45 footer for his third birdie of the day.  More importantly, his team was going into 18 one up.   Only Ramiro had a decent tee shot to the green on 18 but pulled his approach in the weeds behind the green.  Both Dan and Brian made bogey and it was all up to Matt to extend the match.  He had a 13 foot, net par, uphill putt to extend the match.  

Bam!   He made it to extend the match.  Extra holes!   The teams decided to play #10 and Matt hit his approach 15 feet above the hole.   He then drained the downhill putt for a natural birdie and Team Ramiro Sifuentes/Matt Mcclernan were declared the champions.   It was a great and friendly match.  Both teams played well.   

Make up Week 1 Results

OK it went better than I thought. The front side played faster so good job to all those guys. Please play ready golf this week. We lost even more sunlight so this will be a huge challenge if we can get it done. We are making up August 12th this week and we are moving up the tee times to 10 minutes earlier.

We have some tight races going so Please don’t have any forfeits this week.

Week 1 Team Winners $10 Each “Pin Seekers” aka BROOKY STRONG: Dan Klein, Steve Benson, Mike Gomez, Jeff Martin, Craig Wethington, Jeremy Host, Ben Peterson, and Paul Carlson.

Low Net $5 Each: Matt Payne and Kevin Monogue (31)

Low Gross $5 Each: Alan Johnson and Jeff Wagner (36)

Front Skins $12.50 Each: Mr. Double Eagle Matt Doherty 3 on #7, Steve Binenstock 2 on #4, Paul Carlson 3 on #1, Nick Hendrickson 4 on #3.

Back Skins $10 Each: Howie Hoffman 3 on #15, Ted Roberts 2 on #12, Kevin Monogue 3 on #10, Alan Johnson 3 on #16, Dan Anderson 2 on #17

Metro Seniors notch 2 more wins at Phalen

The Valley team takes out Chomonix 15-9 and moves up two spots to 6th place. Dan Peters and Sheldon Silberman sweep their opponents and pick up 12 points. Jim Sanford kicks in 3 points and Gerry Meier runs into a net 69 opponent and is blanked.

The Golden team beats Wirth 16-8 and closes the gap to 10th place to just 3 points. This was a great team effort with Doug Paquette and Ted Roberts leading the way with 5 each. Richard Courtney added 4.

Special congratulations go to rookie Mike Manion for winning medalist honors with his 71. Mike also added 2 points for the Golden team win.

Next week is the final match when Valley will play 5th place Bunker Hills and Golden will play 12th place Gross. Check out for more.

Week 16 Results

Make up Week 1 (May 6th tee times) next week. PLEASE remember to play Ready Golf. We need to get everyone in so for the early tee times do not play slow… Keep up with the group in front of you. Seriously

Week 16 Team Winners $10 each: Bald Man Brewing (53 points) Doug Lang, Ted Scheuneman, Tom Scheuneman, Dan Jacobs, Jeff Gillis, Bill Wallace, Justin Wallace, Luke Fox

Low Net $3.33 Each- Dave Repinski, Doug Lang, Bill Wallace (30)

Low Gross $10- Howie Hoffman (35)

Skins Front $17 Each – Jay Steffenhagen 2 on #8, Richard Courtney 4 on #9, Nick Schultz 3 on #2

Skins Back $17 Each – Frank Abramson 4 on #18, Ryan Rodgers 5 on #15, Sheldon Silberman 3 on #14.

Brookview Senior Metro Teams Post Two Victories

On a beautiful day at the Les Bolstad golf course at the U of M the Brookview Metro Senior teams each won their match. The Golden team defeated the first place team from Columbia 16-8. In a weird kind of result, the Golden team was led by their captain Roger Hamm (89 net 75), Ted Roberts (89 net 76) and Doug Paquette (84 net 71). Together they amassed 16 out of a possible 18 points. The odd score was that of their “A” player, Ramiro Sifuentes. Ramiro fired a 78 net 68, competed against an 80 net 68, and lost all six points. How does that happen? Could it be rigged? Go figure!

The Valley team defeated the team from Greenhaven 13-11. The team was led by the outstanding performance of Steve Shellenbaum (84 net 68) and their captain Steve Slivken (85 net 74). Dan Olson (94 net 80) squeezed the team’s remaining two points in his match on the last hole. Sheldon Silberman (97 net 84) did not have his usual consistent game and failed to register a point.

Currently the Valley team is in eighth place (but only four points out of fifth place). The Golden team is on a roll and, after a slow start to the season, is now in eleventh place. For full results and standings go to the website