2020 Par Three Championship Results

The annual Blue Rock Golf Course Par-3 Championship was held the weekend of October 24th and 25th.  More than 100 golfers turned out for a great weekend of competition. Below are the full results from the annual tournament.  Thanks to all who took part. We look forward to another great Par-3 Championship in 2021.

Be sure to join Blue Rock Golf Course today – new members for 2021 golf for free for the remainder of 2020!  Stop by the Pro Shop for additional information.

 

Overall winners

Gross: Tom and Andrew Flynn; Mark Arruda and Glen DuFault; Barry Jones and Andrew Parkington
Net: Mike Serijan and Tom Tomasian; Robert Purcell and Mike Purcell; Meaghan Sullivan and Dennis Sullivan

Saturday only

Gross: Tom and Andrew Flynn; Mike Serijan and Tom Tomasian
Net: Candy Barr and Laurie Fox; Barry Jones and Andrew Parkington
CTP: Ron Coiro

Sunday Only (morning)

Gross: Scott Dyer and Joe Tamsey; Steve Proulx and Jeff Loring
Net: Scott King and Mike Bertrand; Joey Fabiano and Chris Laham
CTP: Scott Dyer

Sunday Only (afternoon)

Gross: Tim and Tom Carroll; Herb Hunt and Mike Botelho
Net: Joe Thomas and John Calise; Fran Grover and Robert Boulrice
CTP: Dennis Sullivan

 

 

 

 

 

Blue Rock Golf Course in South Yarmouth, Mass. is pleased to announce that Mark Bornas has been named the new Superintendent of the award-winning course.

headshot of Mark Bornas

Mark Bornas, Blue Rock Golf Course Superintendent

Bornas has most recently served as the Assistant Golf Course Superintendent at Blue Rock since 2012 and has been an invaluable member of the team that ensures Blue Rock’s reputation as a championship level Par-3 course that has been recognized as one of the best in the nation.

In addition to Bornas’ tenure as Blue Rock Golf Course’s Assistant Superintendent, he has an extensive background on Cape Cod and in Southeastern Massachusetts with top groundskeeping positions.

Bornas previously worked at Hyannisport Club in Hyannis Port, Indian Pond Country Club in Kingston, Bay Club in Massapoisett, Pinehills Golf Club in Plymouth and The Country Club at New Seabury in Mashpee.

“After spending the last eight years of my career at Blue Rock Golf Course, I am extremely excited about being promoted to Superintendent and I look forward to the challenges ahead,” said Bornas.

He holds degrees in Turfgrass Management from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture in Amherst and Plant and Soil Sciences from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Bornas is also a member of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America and the Golf Course Superintendents Association of Cape Cod

“Mark has been a valuable member of our award-winning Blue Rock team for several years. Promoting him to Superintendent is a testament to the skill and dedication he has shown and we look forward to seeing how Mark continues to elevate the conditions at our top-rated course,” said Christian Davenport, Vice-President of Operations of The Davenport Companies, which owns Blue Rock Golf Course.

Blue Rock Golf Course has been recognized as a Top Par-3 in the country by Golf Magazine and Sports Illustrated and was voted Best Mid-Cape Golf Course by the readers of Cape Cod Life Magazine.

We are pleased to announce that golf is underway once again at Blue Rock Golf Course in South Yarmouth.

Using guidance provided by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Blue Rock is operating under a set of “safe golf” rules designed to keep you and everyone in your golfing party healthy. Hitting the links is a great way to get some exercise and fresh air while still maintaining social distancing.

Reservations can be made by calling 508-398-9295 or booking online.

Be advised that we will be taking all payments over the phone with your credit card. Please use just one credit card for your golfing group.

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Guidelines for Golfers

  • Golf carts and caddies are prohibited temporarily*
  • Push carts may be used. Players need to carry their own bag or use a push cart.
  • All golfers should always maintain proper social distancing of at least 6 feet.
  • Groups are limited to 4 players at one time.
  • Tee time policy is 15 minutes between groups.
  • Payments by phone or online have replaced in-person transactions.
  • Golfers need to refrain from sharing clubs.
  • Flagsticks should remain in the hole. Hole liners need to be raised to prevent the need to remove a ball from the hole.
  • Facilities other than the course, including the golf shop and restaurant, will remain closed.
  • Maintenance personnel may be on the golf course.
  • Bunker rakes and ball washers have been removed.
  • The practice putting green, driving range, and chipping areas are temporarily unavailable.
  • We have hand sanitizer available for golfers to use.

*Exceptions may be made under ADA rules – please provide documentation that your disability requires the use of a cart. All carts will be cleaned and sanitized after each use.