Boyne Valley DGC

Est. 2013

Club News

Forrest Omland   April 13 at 10:01pm

Club Charter, Address, Email, Website, and Facebook Page

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Address = PO Box 712, Boyne City, MI 49712-0712
Email = [email redacted]
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Facebook Page =


Forrest Omland   February 10 at 6:09am

2015 PDGA Affiliate Club Program

For any club members thinking of joining the PDGA or renewing their PDGA membership but haven't done it yet, you can use coupon code 15BVDGCAFF and get $5 off. There are special discounts you can get at various places too and here's the link for more info.


Forrest Omland   February 3 at 10:55am

2015 Club Meeting Schedule

First Tuesday of every other month at 6:00pm. Dates (subject to change): 2/3, 4/7, 6/2, 8/4, 10/6, 12/1. Mark your calendars. Location: typically at Avalanche, but we meet elsewhere in the winter - contact us for time and place. Lots of great stuff in the works. It's going to be a great year!


Forrest Omland   September 11, 2014 at 10:40pm

Trying Various Alternate Tee Pad Materials at Avalanche

One of our club goals for this year was to try some various tee pad materials on a trial basis up at Avalanche to generate some feedback and improve some of the worst boxes a little bit. Rather than push for concrete tee pads which everyone might not agree on, our main focus was to help maintain and improve the existing course without doing anything permanent. We started out trying 4'x6' rubber mats (from the Leviathan course) on holes #12 and #18. Although they aren't ideal for m ... more

Chris Stone   October 3, 2014 at 10:49am

Concrete is the best... rubber teepads are dangerous because they are slippery as are the pavers on hole 2. saw slips on 2 and 12 wednesday! sand is safer than rubber or pavers. besides concrete I think the safest option is carpet.

Forrest Omland   October 3, 2014 at 11:41am

Thanks for the feedback Chris! We're adding concrete to the overall proposal for next year. Note: #2 will be better once we actually finish adding gravel so we can put wood chips around it, helping to keep the dirt off the pavers.