2017 Tournaments

Black Bull

Date: 08/17/2017
Course: Black Bull GR
Location: Ma-Me-O Beach
Pro: Judy Wyley- General Manager
Phone: 780.586.2254
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Website: http://www.blackbullgolf.com

We TOLD them it was a tough golf course!!!

Black Bull Golf Resort, near Ma-Me-Beach, lived up to its reputation this afternoon as arguably the most difficult course on the McLennan Ross Junior Golf Tour, Presented by Crowe MacKay.  We didn't have the biggest field today, but we had a lot of low single digit handicappers on hand with multiple Tour wins, and TWO of them managed to break 80 in nearly perfect scoring conditions.  From the WHITES, Black Bull is over 6,500 yards of narrow fairways, water hazards, thick fescue, and sloping, fast greens.  I can't imagine what the scores would be like if we ever turned the kids loose from the Blacks, where the yardage tops out at over 7,300. Yikes!

When the cards were all turned in, Jarrett Bossert of Belveder and Camrose's Devin Kucy headed back to the treacherous par-4 9th hole for a sudden-victory playoff. Shown here is Bossert's tee shot in the playoff. Yes, it's sideways. No, I dont' know how to fix it. Turn your laptop sideways!

Bossert and Kucy had gone into survival mode out there and turned in scores of 6-over par 79 to earn their spot in the playoff. Chase Bodoano of Broadmoor was a single shot back in solo third with an 80, despite holing out from 50 yards on the par-5 1st hole for an eagle.

Kucy struggled on the hole from the get-go, hitting his tee shot into a lateral water hazard and it spiralled downhill from there.  Bossert made a conservative bogey-5, which was good for his second Tour championship of the month after his win earlier in August at Goose Hummock Golf Resort.  I guess this guy just likes tight golf courses!

Looking at the club's permanent trophy since their Junior Open came onto the Tour is 2006, we saw names like Andrew Harrison (twice), Nick Vandermey (also twice) and Jared Nicholls as former tournament winners at Black Bull. Jarrett is in great company with those competitors!

In the Junior Girls division, we had some of our usual suspects like the Wingnean sisters and Brooke Brezovski, but we were pleasantly surprised to see Jessica Marks of Country Hills tee it up today. Jessica has had a very busy summer as part of Alberta Golf's U-19 Junior Development Team, having competed recently in the Alberta Junior Championship and Canadian Junior Girls Championship, among other events. Jessica was willing to travel up the QEII to Black Bull to earn her way into the field for the upcoming Tour Championship at Wolf Creek, and she qualifed today wtih her runner-up finish (85) to Kaitlyn Wingnean's umpteenth Tour win of the season with a fine 82. 

As this was our last Tour event of the season north of Red Deer, we granted a couple of extra Wild Card spots today, and will likely do the same thing at Nanton next Tuesday. New qualifiers today in addition to Marks were: Jake Willsey, Jack Nessel, Samson Prins and his brother Hayden Prins, Brody Smith, Christian Hansen and Billy Kuchka.  Contratulations to all those competitors. 

Q = Qualified for Tour Championship

WC = Wild Card qualifier for Tour Championship

PQ = Player previously qualified for Tour Championship

* = won tournament on 1st hole of a sudden-victory playoff.

Overall Top Ten:

 
  Name Home Club Score
1 Jarrett BOSSERT Belvedere 79 *
P2 Devin KUCY Camrose 79
3 Chase BODOANO Broadmoor 80
4 Jake WILLSEY Grande Prairie GCC 81
5 Sikander KALEKA Stony Plain 82
T6 Mason KUCY Camrose 83
T6 Ethan RAKE Cougar Creek 83
T8 Justin SCHMIDT Northern Bear 84
T8 Nate GERHARDT Pipestone 84
10 Cole RUELLING Lewis Esates 85
       
       
Junior Boys Born 1998, 1999 AND 2000
  Name Home Club Score
1 Jarrett BOSSERT Belvedere 79 PQ
2 Chase BODOANO Broadmoor 80 PQ
3 Jake WILLSEY Grande Prairie GCC 81 Q
4 Sikander KALEKA Stony Plain 82 PQ
5 Ethan RAKE Cougar Creek 83 PQ
T6 Justin SCHMIDT Northern Bear 84 PQ
T6 Nate GERHARDT Pipestone 84 PQ
8 Jack NESSEL Bear Mountain 91 WC
9 Mitch DESLARLAIS Broadmoor 92 PQ
10 Samson PRINS Fort In View 105 WC
       
Junior Boys Born 2001 AND 2002
  Name Home Club Score
1 Devin KUCY Camrose 79 PQ
2 Mason KUCY Camrose 83 PQ
3 Cole RUELLING Lewis Estates 85 PQ
4 Daniel THOMAS Bearspaw 87 PQ
5 Hayden PRINS Fort In View 89 Q
6 Ben LOVROD Grande Prairie GCC 90 PQ
       
       
       
Junior Boys Born 2003 and Later
  Name Home Club Score
1 Colby HALWA Black Bull 88 PQ
2 Cole BERGHEIM Red Deer GCC 89 PQ
3 Christian HANSEN River's Edge 90 Q
4 Brody SMITH Edmonton CC 95 WC
5 Justin AUGER Eagle Point 97 PQ
6 Billy KUCHKA Broadmoor 104 WC
       
       
Junior Girls
  Name Home Club Score
1 Kaitlyn WINGNEAN Derrick 82 PQ
2 Jessica MARKS Country Hills 85 Q
3 Brooke BREZOVSKI Sturgeon Valley 87 PQ
4 Alexa WINGNEAN Derrick 92 PQ
5 Michayla WOOD Black Bull 117
       
       
       

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