20th Annual 2017 US Open will take place @ Bluegrass Miniature Golf July 21st & 22nd, 2017. Mark your Calendars for this HUGE Event. Details to be announced as we approach.
Saturday August 6th, 9:00AM
Its tournament time again at The Red Putter Miniature golf! Players are busy qualifying and practicing for the 15th annual Red putter Pro Tournament. The top prize is $2,000, one of the largest for a miniature golf tournament! Pros will be coming from near and far to compete for the prize money, trophy and of course the coveted Red Jacket.
The Red Putter Pro Tournament will be held Saturday August 6th, at The Red Putter Miniature Golf in North Ephraim.
This is the only Professional Miniature Golf Tournament in the area, and draws between 80 and 100 players from all over the country.
Golfers may enter The Red Putter Pro Tournament for a fee of $30.00, and must pre-qualify with a score under par on the course. Registered players practice for free the week of the tournament.
Sign in begins at 8am Saturday morning, with tournament play beginning at 9am. Three rounds of golf are played, followed by a delicious lunch served by the Mink River Basin.
First Place wins $2,000! plus trohpy, pro-shirt and of course The Red Jacket!
Second Place-$500, trophy and pro-shirt
Third Place-$100, trophy and pro-shirt
For further information please contact:
Tracy Yttri Opper @ (920)360-6515 or email email@example.com
or stop by the Putter after 1pm located at 10404 Highway 42
North Ephraim, Door County, Wisconsin
Center Valley, PA Joey Graybeal pulls out two-shot win in first major of 2016. The 2016 US Open presented by the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Lehigh Valley came to a dramatic conclusion on Sunday, as Joey Graybeal held a one-shot lead for the final four holes to claim the title.
Graybeal, (hometown: Bristol, TN) entered the final round on Putt U’s Red Course tied with Danny McCaslin. McCaslin (Holly Springs, NC) took the lead on the first hole of the final round, and then held it for twelve more holes. But Graybeal turned the tide by scoring a hole-in-one on the par-5 14th as McCaslin settled for a 3. Graybeal matched McCaslin over the final three holes, then carded a 3 on the 18th to finish with a six-round total of 250. Graybeal’s scoring average of 41.6 is the highest winning average in US Open history. McCaslin’s desperation second shot to force a tie was odd the mark, as he shot a 4 on the final hole of the tournament to settle for a total of 252 and second place.
- JOEY GRAYBEAL (BRISTOL, TN) SIX ROUND TOTAL-250
- DANNY MCCASLIN (HOLLY SPRINGS, NC)-252
- RICK CULVERHOUSE (SEBRING, FL) – 256
T-4 KEVIN LACEY (CINCINNATI, OH)-259
T-4 FRED STEWART (RICHMOND,VA)-259
ADDITIONAL RESULTS OF NOTE
LOCAL PRO DIVISION CHAMPION-ELMER LAWSON (TOPTON, PA) SIX ROUND TOTAL-265 (T-13TH OVERALL)
WOMEN’S DIVISION CHAMPION-OLIVIA PROKOPOVA (CZECH REPUBLIC)-260 (T-6TH OVERALL)
SENIOR DIVISION CHAMPION (AGE 50+) RICK CULVERHOUSE (SEBRING, FL) -253 (3RD OVERALL)
FULL RESULTS CAN BE FOUND AT