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Next Tour Stop:

LaTour Golf Club

Mathews, LA

Saturday, April 26th


There will be a Skins Game on Friday, April 25th.  Tee times are from 12:50pm to 2:20pm.  LaTour has offered us a discounted rate of $49 + tax (a $30 savings!!).  The cost of the skins game is $20 with $15 going to skins and $5 going to closest to the hole on the Par 3's.  Send an email to lasouth@amateurgolftour.net with what tee time you would like.

Friday Skins Game Tee Times
Bobby Risbourg (A)
Mike Kapp (Ch)
Kevin Flash (B)
Don Duet (Ch)
Bob Parris (B)
Chris Bertaut (Ch)

Chad Pontiff (A)

Vince Castille (C)
Mike Meadows (Ch)
Darin Stewart (C)
David Duhon (Ch)
Jonathan Courville (B)
Lance Halsell (A)
Carl Cole (C)


Stephen Cheramie (A)

Dan Gautreaux (B)

Chris Martin (C)

DJ Cortez (C)


Britt Guillory (A)

Scottt Moss (A)

Jimmy Lawrence (A)

Gary Stansbury (B)


Joe Brown (A)

Eric Pelletier (D)

Joe Soileau (B)


Beaver Creek GC Results:

Beaver Creek GC Day Money
Saturday, April 5, 2014

Skins $5 by Flight Amount
Overall $5 Skins Amount

Hill, Eric (Hole: 16 Score: 3) $555
Championship Flight

Husser, Chris (Hole: 1 Score: 3) $9
Super $15 Skins Amount
Hamilton, James "T-boy" (Hole: 2 Score: 4) $9
Salazar, Jered (Hole: 15 Score: 2) $470
Hamilton, James "T-boy" (Hole: 3 Score: 2) $9
Hill, Eric (Hole: 16 Score: 3) $470
Miller, Tory (Hole: 5 Score: 3) $9
Cheramie, Stephen (Hole: 17 Score: 2) $470
Spees, Billy (Hole: 7 Score: 3) $9

Meadows, Mike (Hole: 10 Score: 3) $9
Closest to the Pin $5 by Flight Amount Hole #
Salazar, Jered (Hole: 15 Score: 2) $9

Championship Flight

A Flight

Huffman, Mick (6ft 8in) $26 #8
Davis, Jonny (Hole: 1 Score: 3) $36
Salazar, Jered (6ft 8in) $26 #15
Glenn, Roger (Hole: 4 Score: 3) $36
A Flight

Tucker, Gary (Hole: 7 Score: 3) $36
Kidder, Todd (6ft 10in) $60 #8
Cheramie, Stephen (Hole: 17 Score: 2) $36
Cheramie, Stephen (22ft 10in) $60 #15

B Flight

B Flight

Roberts, Steve (9ft 3in) $80 #3
Stansbury Jr, Gary (Hole: 1 Score: 3) $39
Landry, Sean (18ft 2in) $80 #17
Duncan, Mickey (Hole: 5 Score: 3) $39
C Flight

Early, Tim (Hole: 7 Score: 3) $39
Cormier, Corey (4ft 4in) $58 #3
Romano, Stephen (Hole: 15 Score: 2) $39
Cheramie, Depp (1ft 0in) $58 #17
Buller, Charlie (Hole: 18 Score: 3) $39
D Flight

Tate, James (22ft 6in) $26 #3
C Flight

Holeton, Kerry (12ft 0in) $26 #17
Koury, Greg (Hole: 3 Score: 2) $23

LeMaire, Nolan (Hole: 5 Score: 3) $23

LeMaire, Nolan (Hole: 6 Score: 4) $23
South Tour - Hole in One Money Amount
Stewart, Darin (Hole: 7 Score: 3) $23
Balance Forward $5,621
Weaver, Melton (Hole: 11 Score: 4) $23
Current Tournament $125
Cheramie, Depp (Hole: 17 Score: 2) $23
Balance $5,746

D Flight

Tate, James (Hole: 2 Score: 5) $13

Leday, Murphy (Hole: 3 Score: 2) $13

Soileau, David (Hole: 6 Score: 4) $13

Mitchell, Terrence (Hole: 7 Score: 4) $13

Mitchell, Terrance (Hole: 12 Score: 3) $13

FROM THE WINNER'S CIRCLE with Bobby Risbourg

“PLAYOFFS?  Are you kidding me, PLAYOFFS?”  Well, we had two of them on Saturday at Beaver Creek.  It was South Louisiana tournament golf at its best!

Champ Flight: Mick Huffman is beginning to become very familiar with the winners circle.  Mick won the North tour’s first major about a month ago and followed that up with a second place finish at Links on the Bayou, another North tour event.  On Saturday, Mick collected his first victory of the season on the South tour firing a blistering round of 69 on the Beaver Creek layout.  “I struggled hitting greens on the first two holes, but then got hot and made birdies on 8, 9, 11, 13 and 14.  I also left an eagle short on 13”, explained Huffman.  Congratulations Mick on being the Champ Flight Beaver Creek Champion!

A Flight: The A Flight was won by a newcomer to the tour in 2014, Mike Mouret.  Mike carded a solid 74 in route to his first victory on tour.  “I drove the ball really well, straight down the middle every time.  I didn’t have a lot of good birdie putt looks, but I was solid on all of my par putts”, explained Mike.  This is Mike’s first year on tour and only his second event ever.  Very impressive!

B Flight: Our B Flight Champ for 2014 is Charlie Buller.  Charlie is a 3-year tour member and the Beaver Creek tournament was his first victory.  Charlie played the round of his life with a spectacular 1 over par, 73!  To give you an idea of how good Charlie played, consider this:  In the first event of the year at The Farm, Charlie shot a forgettable 98 to finish last in the B Flight.  I asked Charlie about his worst to first performance; “After my poor showing at the Farm, I decided to switch iron sets.  I dumped my AP2’s and put some Cobras in my bag.  I parred all the par 3’s and drove the ball well with both my driver and 3 wood.  What ultimately did it for me was making two long putts on 17 and 18 with 17 for par and 18 for birdie, which turned out to be the winning shots.”  Great Job Charlie and welcome to the A Flight.

C Flight: WOW, what a great battle for the C Flight championship!  Depp Cheramie and Nolan Lemaire both carded very solid 84’s to tie for first place.  The two then headed to the first tee for a sudden death playoff.  This is how it unfolded:  Nolan teed off first and hit a nice drive down the right side.  Depp followed with a beautifully struck cut shot to the middle of the fairway.  From 160 yards out, Nolan hit an iron shot just short and right of the green.  Not to be out done, Depp stuck his approach shot on the front part of the green, about 30 feet from the hole.  The first miscue then occurred as Nolan topped a short chip shot, but then put the ball to within 10 feet on his second chip.  All Depp had to do was two-putt for the win and that’s exactly what he did.  Depp is no stranger to winning, having previously won twice on the Senior Tour.  This was his first win since 2012 at Atchafalaya GC on the regular tour.  “Today I drove and putted it well, but also lady luck was smiling at me all day.  I almost made a hole-in-one on 17 and then I made a 15-footer on 18”, beamed an excited Cheramie.  Awesome win Depp.

D Flight: Just when you thought things could not get any more exciting on the gorgeous day for golf, the D Flight had three guys tied for first and thus a 3-man playoff loomed.  Firing 88’s, were Greg Dennison, Cedric Richman and James Tate.  The exciting 3-man playoff did not lack for drama:  Greg teed off first and hit a pretty drive right down the middle.  Cedric was up next and proceeded to pull his drive left and out of bounds.  He teed it up again and found the fairway bunker.  James striped his driver right down the middle coming to rest about 175 yards from the flag.    He then topped his next shot, but, in doing so, managed to run it up to about 85 yards of the green.    Greg followed with a well struck iron shot that found the greenside bunker, pin high.  Cedric then took two shots to position his ball 10’ from the cup.  Greg did the best he could with a tricky bunker lie, and managed to get his ball within 8’ of the hole in 2 shots.  Then, the man of the hour, James Tate, hit a pretty little bump and run to within 15’ of the hole and processed to calmly sink the winning putt in dramatic fashion.  James had this to say about what had just happened, “I love it man, I just love it!  My third shot was good, but my putt was even better.  I can’t wait to tell my wife and friends.”  Isn’t that what it’s all about?  This is James’ first year on tour and only his second event.  I’m sure there will be more to come.

  • Level 1: If a member refers a brand new member to the tour, the member will receive a sleeve of Pro V1 or Pro V1x
  • Level 2: If a member refers 3 or more new members to the tour, the member will receive a $25 Golfballs.com gift certificate as well as the sleeves of balls in Level 1
  • Level 3: If a member refers 5 or more new members to the tour, the member will receive a paid entry fee to a single-day Louisiana South Tournament as well as Level 1 and Level 2 gifts
  • To the person who refers the most new members (minimum of 5) throughout the season: that member will receive a paid entry fee to the Local Final in September at Wetlands GC as well as the other three level gifts  

*The new member must put the current members name in the "referred by" column in the Player Profile, pay the 2014 membership fee and play in at least one tournament.


2014 Tournament Dates with Courses

March 15th: Farm d'Allie GC (Carencro)

April 5th: Beaver Creek GC (Zachary)

April 26th: LaTour GC (Raceland)

May 31st and June 1st: Beau Chene CC (Mandeville) SPRING MAJOR

June 21st: Gray Plantation (Lake Charles)

July 12th: The Bluffs CC (St Francisville)

August 9th and 10th: Koasati Pines GC (Kinder) SUMMER MAJOR

August 23rd: Belle Terre CC (LaPlace)

September 6th: Tamahka Trails GC (Marksville)

September 20th and 21st: The Wetlands GC (Lafayette) LOCAL FINAL

September 27th: Oakwing GC (Alexandria) NORTH/SOUTH GRUDGE MATCH

2013 Highlights


Champ and A Flight: James "T-boy" Hamilton

B, C and D Flight: Phil Cooper

Both players will receive a $150 gift certificate to Golfballs.com

Since many of the eligible players were unable to particpate since we moved it to Sunday, there was a blind draw for two $50 gift certificates. 

The winners of the blind draw are:

Champ and A Flight: Paul Reaux

B, C and D Flight: Wally Byrd


CHAMP Flight
1st-Mike Kapp (-3) $165, T2nd-David Duhon (-1) $55, T2nd-James "T-Boy" Hamilton (-1) $55, T2nd-Bryan Hamner (-1) $55

A Flight
1st-Jimmy Lawrence (-3) $285, T2nd-Lee Cahanin (-1) $142.50, T2nd-Ty Cook (-1) $142.50

B Flight
T1st-Billy Aaron (-1) $155, T1st-Kevin Flash (-1) $155, T1st-Ernie Joiner (-1) $155

C Flight
1st-Tommy Gaudin (+1) $142.50, T2nd-Tim Beaugh (+2) $47.50, T2nd-Dell Declouet (+2) $47.50, T2nd-Charlie Thibodeaux (+2) $47.50

D Flight
T1st-Marcus Mounger (+4) $35, T1st-Melton Weaver (+4) $35, T1st-Bruce Williams (+4) $35

Congratulations to the following 2013 Louisiana State Champions!!!

Champ Flight: Cade Hebert (Louisiana South Tour Member)
A Flight: Chris "Big Shug" Cain (North Louisiana Tour Member)
B Flight: Aaron Bennett (North Louisiana Tour Member)
C Flight: Jon St Clair (North Louisiana Tour Member)
D Flight: Josh Johnson (North Louisiana Tour Member) 


2014 Member List (172 total/38 new)
Last Updated on 04-02-2014
Curt Arcement Ken Alexander Billy Aaron James Alexander Brandon Charles*
Matt Berard B J Andrews David Abney Tim Beaugh Greg Denison
Chris Bertaut Chris Andrus* Robbie Benoit Joseph Bouie Kenny Decuire
Dustin Bertrand Herb Boasso David Bowser* Travis Boyter Dexter DuBose*
Nick Blady Joshua Borill Peter Brignac Scott Buras Billy Duncan
Keith Breazeale Les Bradley Charlie Buller Vince Castille Thomas Laudisi*
Kyle Chauvin Trey Brady* Lee Cahanin Depp Cheramie Murphy Leday
Trey Coker Joe Brown Jonathan Courville Carl Cole Kwouska "K" Lee
Gabe Coleman* Mike Carey Sean Derbingy* Lee Cook Terrence Mitchell*
Rob Collins* Stephen Cheramie Mickey Duncan Corey Cormier Will Montz
Mike deClouet Ty Cook Tim Early DJ Cortez Eric Pelletier
Chris Donaldson Jonny Davis Dennis Elfert Chester Davis* Cedric Richmond*
Don Duet Jared Fontenot Kevin Flash Paul Debaillon Richie Savoie*
David T Duhon Laird France Benji Fontenot Dell Declouet Jason Sellers*
Corey East* Roger Glenn Tommy Fontenot Stefan Deville Beau Serpas
James "T-Boy" Hamilton Chad Guilbeau Darian Fuselier* John Ditch Eric Simmons
Cade Hebert Britt Guillory Dan Gautreaux Bob Eddy Jim Sonnier
Mick Huffman Lance Halsell John Hebert Larry Foster Mike Stewart
Mike Kapp Michael Huffman* Eric Hill Avery Gaudin Coby Tabor
Jason Lewis Todd Kidder Ernie Joiner Tommy Gaudin James Tate*
Billy Loftin Jimmy Lawrence Lance LaMotte Kevin Greenup* Nick Trosclair
Mike Meadows Edwin Lee* Sean "Scrap" Landry Sydney Grider Bruce Williams
Tory Miller Chip Martin Nick Larussa Freddie Griffin 22
Robert Merrill David Martin* Greg Meche* Greg Koury*  
Jered Salazar Brian Miller Mike Melancon Matt Langlinais  
Al Sassi Casey Miller Jody Moreau Nolan LeMaire*  
Ryan Schulz Matthew Moss* Keith Perry* Tim Marceaux  
Billy Spees* Scott Moss Derwin Pitre Chris Martin*  
Tony Vicknair Mike Mouret* Charles Powell Chris Melton  
29 Bob Neal Jeremy Primeaux Nathaniel Moore  
  Nicholas Ortkiese* Ronny Richardson Bob Parris  
  Paul Reaux Frank Roberts* Kevin Ray  
  Jeff Richard* Steve Roberts Brian Reams*  
  Bobby Risbourg Steve Romano Randy Simpkins  
  Jason Roy Darrell Russell Darin Stewart*  
  Chad Shuff* Gary Stansbury Jonathan "JP" Tassin*  
  Andrew Sonnier Paul Tranchina Charlie Thibodeaux  
  Chad Smith Grant Vaughn* Melton Weaver  
  Brock Triche Drake Ward 38  
  Gary Tucker David Warner*    
  Kevin Walker Kent Willis    
  Jim Webb 41    


 Mike Carey, Britt Guillory, Scott Moss


I would like to tell you a little about myself and my team of Assistant Directors.  My name is Britt Guillory and I have been playing on the tour since 2004.  I have been the Assistant Director under Eric Simmons (The Commish) from 2006 to 2011.  In 2012, I accepted the Tour DIrector role and this will be my third year as Tour Director.  I have three Assistant Directors on my team, Mike Carey, Scott Moss and Bobby Risbourg.  Mike Carey has been a player on the tour since 2004 and he has been an Assistant Director for the past 8 years.  Mike has played in both the Champ Flight and the “A” Flight.  Scott Moss has played on the tour since 2006 and was an Assistant Director for Eric on the North LA Tour for the 2009 and 2010 season.  Scott has played in the “A” Flight and “B” Flight.  The newest Assistant Director to the team is Bobby Risbourg.  He joined the tour in 2012 and he has played in the "A" Flight and "B" Flight.










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