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Thank you for your interest in the Bobbie Barnett Memorial Foundation bellow is a list of our 2012 events. The registration form can be found at the bottom of this page.

2012 Location & Dates

Bobbie Barnett Foundation 2012 Location & Dates
Thank you for your interest in the Bobbie Barnett Memorial Foundation below is a list of our 2011 events. The registration form can be found to the right!
June 11th | North Shore CC, Menasha | 7am Registration, 8AM Shotgun
7 am registration, 8 am shotgun start. This is an 18-hole stroke play event. The tournament is open to collegiate, high school and middle school players. Boys must have an 8 handicap or lower to register; girls are required to have an 18 handicap or lower. Collegiate players will compete in a separate division that includes golf shop prize money. Cost is $40 which includes golf and lunch. Entry form must be completed on the WPGA website. www.wiscjuniorgolf.com/playerstour/YOU MUST REGISTER AT THE WPGA WEBSITE FOR THIS EVENT
July 3rd | Women’s USGA Open, Kohler | 8am-5p bus trip
This is a day trip to a world-class competitive venue. Young girls can find role models, young guys can watch players carve up a golf course in a manner that would definitely help them become all-conference players, and adults can enjoy a day trip with their children. All are welcome for a great experience! Cost: $15 which includes ticket and bus ride. We will leave and return from the Swing Solutions parking lot at 730 Midway Rd, Menasha.
July 8th | Deer Run, Brillion, | 3pm Registration, 4pm Shotgun
This is a 9-hole event. We will be playing an adult/child shamble, best-ball and blind draw format. The event allows younger players to experience tournament competition without the pressure of posting an individual score. The tournament is appropriate for all who wish to spend some quality family time in a fun, non-threatening competitive format. Cost is $25 per person, which includes golf and lunch.
July 12th | Eagle Creek, Hortonville | 8am Registration, 8:30 Shotgun
This is an 18-hole event. We will be playing a mentor shambles best-ball where we divide the players into appropriate teams. The event allows younger players to experience tournament competition without the pressure of posting an individual score. This tournament is open to anyone who can play 18 holes without quitting on their mentor. The team captain will be a HS all-state, all-conference player or collegiate player. Cost is $35 which includes golf and lunch.
July 29th |Irish Waters, Freedom | 2pm Registration, 3PM Shotgun
This is a 9-hole Parent/Child shambles that is appropriate for players and parents/guardians of all abilities. This is a fun, family-oriented day. We will create a blind draw competitive format for the day. Registration begins at 2pm. Cost is $30 per person which includes golf and a light dinner and prizes.
August 9th | Ridgeway CC, Neenah | 7am Registration, 8am shotgun
This is an 18-hole stroke play WPGA/Bobbie Barnett Foundation co-sponsored event Junior Tour event. The tournament is open to boys and girls 18 and under. Cost is $40 which includes golf and lunch. Player of the Year points will be awarded for both Foundations based on results. Entry form must be completed on the WPGA website: www.wiscjuniorgolf.com/tournaments/YOU MUST REGISTER AT THE WPGA WEBSITE FOR THIS EVENT
Filling the Gap with the Bobbie Barnett Junior Golf Foundation Tournament Series
By gathering the all-conference players, the all-state players, and the collegiate players who reside in the Valley, we have designed a new tournament concept that allows friends of all abilities to participate together. Better yet, we believe this formula allows each player to develop their own potential at a rate with which they are comfortable. Gone are the days of being cut at the age of ten! We employ a number of competitive formats: stroke plays, best-balls, scrambles, alternate shot and schambles. We also believe that creating opportunities for family golf experiences are important as well. Events that do not employ parents are led by our mentors, or team captains. A mentor, by definition, is a junior in high school or older, an all-conference selection and/or a collegiate player. Each mentor is our guest for the day; they are asked to help the younger players understand the rules and nature of the day’s competition, provide leadership that brings the foursome together and moves the group along in a timely fashion. They may provide tips and hints, but they will not interfere with the younger player’s focus; it is more likely that the younger player will use the opportunity to observe the mannerisms and routines of a highly successful local star. We incorporate both 9 and 18-hole events into our summer schedule. Whether a child is ready to participate may vary: good keys to follow are past experiences walking and carrying their own clubs, their level of desire and their attention span.