Super Bowl Tournament

For MG Men’s Club players to be eligible for Men’s Club Tournament skill and draw prizes, you must choose one of these options from the  Men’s Club Registration Info. The prize fee for this tournament is $20 for pay as you go players.

This is an individual stroke play event.  Points are awarded on each hole depending on your net score:

Points – score

  • 0 = net double bogey or worse
  • 1 = net bogey
  • 2 = net par
  • 3 = net birdie
  • 4 = net eagle
  • 5 = net double eagle

Record individual scores on the top half of the scorecard,  record your points for each hole  on the bottom of the scorecard.

Play from the white tees.  Winter rules and RCGA handicaps apply.

Pace of play   4:10 hrs

Prizes will go to the top 6 places.

1st       125
2nd     100
3rd      75
4th      50
5th      30
6th      20

Deuces win a sleeve of balls.

No KP’s for this event.

  • Each player is responsible for posting his score on the scoresheet in the members’ lounge – bring your own sharpie. 
  • Winners will be announced on the website and prizes left for pickup in the proshop

 Availability of seating in the members’ lounge to watch the Super Bowl game will be subject to whatever Covid occupancy restrictions  are in place at the time.

2020 Super Bowl Cancelled

2019 Super Bowl Tournament Winners

Low Gross – Kris Yardley – 1
2nd Low Gross – Brent Lineker +7
3rd Low Gross – Heath Stone +9
Low Net – Steve Coppin +3
2nd Low Net – Minto Roy +5
3rd Low Net – Dan Walton +6

KP’s
Minto Roy/Gary Sundvick/Dan Walton

Thanks to all those who came out and braved the SNOW to finish the first tournament of the year.

Super Bowl 2018 Net and Gross Winner
2018 Low Net winner (Jack Tossavainen) and Low Gross winner (Minto Roy)

2018 Super Bowl Tournament Winners
Low Gross – Minto Roy
2nd Low Gross – Ron Cassan
3rd Low Gross – Dan Walton/Ralph Altenried
Low Net – Jack Tossavainen/Adam Redfern
3rd Low Net – Dennis Thompson/Perry Nishihata/Gavin Copland/Bob Harrison

Deuce Pot
Ralph Altenreid/Jack Tossavainen/Minto Roy/Adam Redfern/Ken Nishi

KP’s
James Gibbons/Ralph Altenried

Thanks to all those who came out and braved a rainy start to finish the first tournament of the year in dry conditions.