Playing alongside his son in law and brother, Dave and Matt Russell, HARRY carved a masterful round at Kings Links to capture the first 2011 BBC MASTERS TROPHY. His

only miscues were two double bogies on the first and the tough 16th hole. Thereafter, he played like Y.E. YANG, putting together a string of pars and two consecutive birdies on the tricky par 4 dogleg left 5th hole and the par 3 6th. His front nine 38 showed off his course management skills and boasted his golf prowess to his visitors as fourth playing partner ED simply watched in awe.

This year’s final major tournament of 36 holes was held at Morgan Creek and Kings Links. With the courses’ ratings, they certainly presented a very tough challenge to the

hunters.  Although our best single handicap player, MILES, carded a 78 and 77, it was only good for  3rd place. VINCENT made a valiant run for it by shooting way below his handicap for two days, came in second.

With his departure for a month-long sojourn to Singapore, our Master winner vowed to sponsor a celebration sometime upon his return.

Our champ beams with a great smile as he proudly display his memento of the event, a trophy designed exclusively for the BirdieHunters of BC and sponsored by EL CAPITAN.


The conclusion of the 2011 Masters Tournament is by no means an end to BBC’s weekly golfing on Thursdays. Golf on Thursday is only halted by hail, snow, or a natural calamity.  Thus, keep in tune right here to find out about our next golf outing.


….Davao City, Philippines is where EL CAPITAN is travelling during the 1st week in October. He is joined there by ED, ROGER, and a few other team captains to attend the first 65th PAL INTERCLUB CAPTAINS’ meeting and tournament.


It will be an exciting week as it coincides with PAL INTERCLUB’s 1st ever LADIES TOURNAMENT.

Davao has been a favorite destination of golf travelers all over the world. Rancho Palos Verdes, is a scenic course designed by a world renown Andy Dye.

Davao City is one of the richest cities in the country that is naturally endowed with beautiful landscape. One of its golf courses, Mt. Apo, is sanctuary to Philippines’ rare giant brown eagle. It is also known for its exquisite cuisine and great amenities.

Hospitality is the trade mark of Filipinos and many visitors to the area attest to the fine time they experience during their visits. At the golf course, there is a fitness room, a fabulous dining room, and modern golf carts. Accessories are optional. (GPS or lady caddies, that is.) (Aw, guys & gals, I am only kidding!) However, the course’s manager at Palos Verdes and his staff are renown for making sure that golf afficionados will never be disappointed with the game, even when they shoot over a hundred.

You may explore Rancho Palos Verdes here.

Earmark your calendar for the last week of February and join us in one of the world’s best golf excursions.


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