Hello Kern County golfers! Let’s get caught up with what happened during the months of July and August in local golf and beyond.Blake Bourelle, the Stockdale High grad and sophomore at Taft College, won the Bakersfield City Amateur in July in one of the weirdest city tournaments ever.Bourelle shot 72-68 for a 4-under-par 140, but just behind him were six players tied for second. Yep, that’s right – 6 players!
The 10th Taft City Amateur golf tournament was a two-player show as Travis Millwee and Maverick Pavletich distanced themselves from the rest of the field at the Mifflin-Buena Vista golf course this weekend.Pavletich got the best of Millwee in the first round on Saturday shooting a 6-under-par 66 to Millwee’s 5-under-par 67.On Sunday, Millwee, who played on the CSUB men’s golf team the past two years, shot a second straight 67 while Pavletich, a high school junior at Garces, shot a...
The final round of the 38th Bakersfield City Amateur golf tournament at Sundale Country Club had a little bit of everything, including a 6-way tie for second place.Three of those six had a chance to play their way into a playoff, but missed birdie putts on the 18th green.Blake Bourelle, a 20-year-old Taft College sophomore, made his birdie putt on the par-5 18th, two-putting from 35-feet after reaching the green in two with a 6-iron.
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