Grand Blanc Boys Varsity Golf

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Varsity Golf at Red Run CC 4-23-18

I was very proud of our Bobcats today, as they finished 9th among 23 of the best golf teams in the state, regardless of division.  Today was only our second competition this year, and I noticed huge improvement.  Our scores: ** Nick Bruett – 79 ** Ranveer Ajimal – 80 ** Grant Foren – 85

Warwick Top50 Invitational

Warwick Hills Country Club & Top50 Junior Golf Tour combined with Grand Blanc Varsity Golf Team to sponsor an outstanding opportunity for Michigan high school golfers across the state.  An impressive field of top Varsity Golf Teams in Michigan joined together on Monday May 22nd at Warwick Hills to compete with one another.  Twenty-three highly

Boys Golf

GENESEE COUNTY TOURNAMENT Grand Blanc Boys Varsity Golf Team achieved one early season goal Monday May 9th in winning the Genesee County Area Tournament held at Flint Elks Club.  On a sunny-pleasant 63* Spring day, the Bobcats captured low score among a 21-team field of area high schools.  Grand Blanc won the Division 1 and

Boys Varsity Golf

Grand Blanc Boys Golf Team finished a great week on the courses, defeating the always strong, Hartland Eagles, in a 9 hole match at Warwick Hills Country club.  On a beautiful cool sunny day the wind played havoc with golf shots.  The Bobcats prevailed, in a very even match.  Scoring low for the Bobcats was

Boys Varsity Golf

BOBCATS OPEN KLAA 2016 SEASON WITH TOURNAMENT VICTORY On a crisp, sunny, windy April morning the Grand Blanc Bobcats opened their KLAA League season with a Conference Tournament win, held at Bay Pointe Country Club in Commerce Township.  The 72 participants were from the twelve teams in the Lakes Conference’s West and North Divisions.  The

Varsity Golf

Grand Blanc Varsity Golfers finished in 3rd Place out of a highly competitive field of 25 Teams.  The Suntel Invitational was held at Royal Oak’s Red Run Country Club on a gorgeous 75* sunny day on Monday April 18th.  The Bobcats shot 305, just six strokes in back of powerhouse Detroit Catholic Central’s 299, and