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M&M Golf Classic


Format, Rules & Teams

Hall of Fame (past results)

Date:               Monday, July 31, 2017 at 1:15pm

Location:       The Golf Club at Redmond Ridge

Format:           4 person scramble

Skill Level:     All levels welcome

Cost:               $140  (golf, cart, range balls, banquet, gift bag)

Event Forms

Online Golf Registration

Online Sponsorship

Golf Registration

Sponsorship & Donation


M&M Premier

Linda & Ted Johnson

Lead Event

Mike & Marcia Delabarre

Calvin & Sylvia Reynolds

Tom & Kazuko Tanigawa

Advanced Endodontics


Gary & Catherine Bylund

Charlie Galante & Ty Smith w/ Morgan Stanley

Bainbridge Island ACE Hardware

Rich Nobuyama

Rinaldi Family

Janine Chin


The Everett Clinic

$500 Hole

Bob & Margaret Moore

Gary E. Heyamoto, DDS

The Boss Family

Ron & Viv Yorita

Sharon K. Mar

$300 Hole

Jody Clovis

Butterworth Funeral Home

Mary Kay Mar

Deanna Mar

Michael & Gail Parker

Long Drive Contest

Jerad & Jessica Daley

Mike & Diane Johansson

$150 Hole

Steve & Miranda Kato

Naoko Ulstein

The Lederman Family

Lyle & Leslie Burns


Jenifer Kimura & Mike Nakano

Mutual Fish Company, Inc.

Sunny & Carol Jung

Dale & Shiz Kaku

Rodney Namba

Golf Rules  (we hate rules)

Golf Event Format:  The competition format is a four-person scramble. In this format, each golfer hits from the appropriate tee box (men from white tees, women from gold). The team decides which of the four ball locations to use and each golfer hits from that position. This process is repeated until someone hits their ball into the cup. The team captain will record the gross team score for that hole. Please do not put scores relative to par, ie. -1. Turn in your scorecard to Ron Yorita or Richard Miyauchi immediately following your round in the cart return area.

A minimum of 3 drives for each team member must be used during the round. The maximum score for a hole is a bogey (1 stroke more than par). When you reach a bogey, please pick up your balls and proceed to the next tee-box.

Placement of Ball:  You may place your ball within one club length of the chosen ball, no closer to the hole and within the same cut of grass. On the green, each golfer must putt from the marked spot.

Licorice Ropes:  Each team member has the option to purchase 34 licorice ropes at 4 for $30. You utilize licorice to move your ball anywhere on the golf course. For instance, if the best putt for the team is 6 inches away on your 3rd stroke, you can tear off 6 inches of licorice, the previous putt is considered made and you record a 3 on your card.

Mulligans:  Golfers have the option to buy mulligans (do-over shots). The price of mulligans is 3 for $20 and is represented by delicious Tsue Chong fortune cookies. One mulligan per golfer per hole.

Make sure you read your mulligan fortunes because there are several that deduct one stroke off your final team score. Put your team # on it and turn that fortune in along with your scorecard and we will deduct 1 stroke from your score. Any fortunes turned in after all the scorecards have been collected will not be accepted.

Color Ball:  Each team will be given one brightly colored golf ball. This ball must be played every shot during the round until lost, rotating between teammates on a hole-by-hole basis. For example, player 1 (P1) hits it on hole 1 (H1), P2 on H2, P3 on H3, P4 on H4, P1 on H5, etc. If you forget to use the ball on any stroke, your team is disqualified from this extra competition. If you finish the round with a color ball, please write "CB" on your scorecard and we will deduct 3 strokes from your score. You may purchase insurance color balls for $10 each.  When you lose the original, you may replace it before the next shot. Please note that only 3 strokes will be deducted no matter how many color balls you return.

Golf Contests  (we love contests)

Putting Contest  (11am-1pm at practice putting green behind driving range)

Contestants have the opportunity to hit three putts for $10. There are three distances from which a golfer can choose to putt, with each distance having a different point value.  The golfer with the largest point total wins.  In the case of a tie, a putt-off on the 9th green following the round of golf will determine the winner.

  • 3 ft. putt = 1 point
  • 10 ft. putt = 4 points
  • 25 ft. putt = 10 points

The winner receives a Bushnell Neo XS GPS rangefinder watch and a sleeve of customized Pro-V1 golf balls that states you are the M&M Putting Contest champion.

Accurate Drive Contest: (10th hole)

If your tee-shot is closer to the centerline than the current marker location, write your name on the marker and move it to where your ball rests.  The drive must stop within the limits of the centerline rope to be eligible.  In the case of ties, the first one wins.  The use of mulligans isn't allowed for this unisex contest.

Long Drive (men 18th Hole and women 6th Hole):   

The ball must stop in the fairway to be eligible. If your ball is in the fairway and past the marker, move the marker to your ball and write your name on it. The use of mulligans isn't allowed for this contest.

Closest to Pin (unisex KP on all five par 3s):  

If your tee-shot is on the green and is closer to the pin than the last entry on the marker, write your name and the distance from the front of the cup to your ball. The use of mulligans isn't allowed for this contest.

Chipping Challenge:  (13th back tee-box)

Win fun prizes while you wait to tee off on Hole 13.  This activity is free to all golfers!


Team M&M Golf Classic Golfers 
1A Ron Yorita, Viv Yorita, Scott Sakagami, Randy Scott
1B Michael LaBroscian, Sean Mackin, Dave King, Allison King
2A Mitch Boss, Dan Albertson, Darrin House, Mike Frederick
2B Nobody
3A Kurt Kogita, Johnny Hirai, John Basaca, David van Deventer
3B Art Funamori, Carmen Valerio, Derek Funamori, Larry Fung
4A Jerry Locke, Penny Locke, Greg Luke, Cate Luke
4B Nobody
5A Rick Takeuchi, Anne Hidaka, Kevin Nagai, Gary Takeuchi
5B Bryon Tokunaga, Jerome Matsudaira, Reed Harder, Roger Iwata
6A Rich Nobuyama, Linda Nakagawa, Mike Nakano, Jenifer Kimura
6B Glynn Omoto, Mark Dea, Mark Shimizu, Zach Dea
7A Glen Ikeda, Paul Ikeda, Gene Ikeda, John Shigaki
7B Mike Shaw, Kyle Olson, Hiep Nguyen, Rob Courtney, Dan Ko (5)
8A Craig Nagao, John Loh, Walt Orzechowski, Kathy Orzechowski, Gordy Fong  (5)
8B Nobody
9A Catherine Bylund, Julianna Kirschenmann, Sue Matyas, Sue Abramson
9B Mike Johansson, Diane Johansson, Roger Buckingham, Lynne Buckingham
10A Al Suyematsu, Warren Higa, Scott Dowling, Richard Miyauchi
10B Charlie Galante, Tom Hughes, Ty Smith, Scott Paul
11A Kendall Mar, BJ Ong, Dave Fujita, Danny Vo
11B Patrick Suyama, Anne Suyama, Rob Yano, Denise Tsuji
12A Kathy Miyauchi, Mary Okada, Heidi Hui, Jeanette Imanishi
12B Nobody
13A Nick Rinaldi, Christian Matthews, Nate Billett, Karthik Ramesh
13B Nobody
14A Calvin Reynolds, Rosivale Grace, Fred Mabbott, Doug Yamauchi
14B Kevin Parker, Herb Bone, Jeff Towne, Rick Straube
15A Kenji Beppu, Galen Ruelos, Chris Sugamura, Grant Suehiro
15B Nobody
16A Dano Lewis, Rick Yasui, Diane Taniguchi, Steve Woo
16B Michael Ko, Brian Namba, Carolyn Yasui, Jody Lewis
17A Bryan Lewis, Jaret Keniston, Kyle Donohoo, Brian Plowman
17B Nobody
18A Tom Brewer, Bob Long, Bob Clark, Jesse Brendle
18B Mike Delabarre, Marcia Delabarre, Steve McCoy, Georgia McCoy


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