Buckets and Balls 2012
THANK YOU!!!The tournament was a GREAT success and would not have been possible without the MANY volunteers who so generously gave their time and talents to help with this event. Please check back soon for pictures, a tournament recap and for the volunteer/donor appreciation page!
Click on the Hole Pairings below for the final results and hole-by-hole scores
- Best Ball Scramble
- Four Person Teams - does NOT have to be couples
- Carefree Country Club ID Holders Only
- Check-in at the Welcome Center by 10:00am
- Shotgun Start: 10:15am
- $15 Per Person
- Register in the Welcome Center Starting 5.19
- There will be raffles and side games for all
There are still spots available!
Register in the Welcome Center - first come, first served
Many items are needed for raffle and door prizes for the tournament dinner. Examples of past donations are: Gift baskets, golf accessories, golf clubs, tickets to sporting events (Twins/Vikings/etc), gift cards, wine baskets, etc!
If you would like to make a donation, please contact Lauel Roher, Vicki Olson, OR fill out the
Put your Words of Wisdom on a Poster!
For only $10, you can put a saying or your words of wisdom on a poster for all to see! The signs will be on display at the tee boxes and at the dinner. Materials will be provided and/or made for you.
Sign up in the Welcome Center!
Potluck Dinner Information
Click on the links below for more detailed information about what each COUPLE is assigned to bring.
Each couple is to bring a dish for 8-10 people with a serving spoon. Use tin foil or saran wrap rather than covers to avoid them from getting lost. You may bring your dish when you come for cocktails or we will give you a 15 minute warning so people can go back to get their dish.
Each couple is to bring a dish for 8-10 people with a serving spoon. Use tin foil or saran wrap rather than covers to avoid them from getting lost. You may bring your dish when you come from cocktails or we will give you a 15 minute warning so peole can go back to get their dish.
Please bring your food contribution with a serving spoon when you arrive for cocktails. Each couple is responsible for bringing a dish that can serve 8-10 people. Again, please do not use mayonnaise.
Please bring your food contribution when you arrrive for cocktails. Each couple is responsible for a dish to serve 12 or more people. Please have it cut and ready to serve.
Please bring your food contribution when you arrive for cocktails. Each couple is responsible for bringing 3 dozen rolls. Butter will be provided.
Carefree Country Club is committed to being as environmentally friendly as possible, whenever possible. Please bring your own plates and cutlery to the dinner to save on costs and the environment. Thank you kindly!
In order for events to be successful, many volunteers are needed. Please click on the links on the right to see what is entailed with each job.
Even if you only can give a couple hours of your time, there is a job for you! Any and all help is greatly appreciated! Please sign up at the Welcome Center or fill out the Online Volunteer Sign-up Form. All training and information will be provided the day of the event.
This is a great opportunity to meet people that you may normally never get to see or get a chance to talk to. It's a fun event and we hope you are willing to volunteer your time to make this event great!
Volunteer Job Descriptions
Hole Event Monitors - 10:00am -2:30pm: Teams of two people are assigned to sit at a specific hole and given a specific job. For example, if the hole event is the longest drive, it would be the job of the hole monitors to explain to each group how the event works and what they have to do.
Morning Check-in Workers - 9:15am-10:30am: These people are responsible for helping groups check in, making sure everyone has a scorecard and a copy of the rule sheet.
Dining Room Set-up - 3pm-4pm: People are needed to help set up the tables and chairs, the raffle table and coordinate the dinner set-up.
Dining Room Clean-up - TBA : After the dinner concludes, we need people to help clean up, and move tables and chairs back to where they need to be.
Raffle Ticket Sellers - 4pm-TBA: We need several people to work in shifts and sell raffle tickets at the dinner. This isn't a non-stop comittment and can be done by people attending the dinner.
Raffle Table Workers- 3pm-TBA: We need several people to sit at the raffle prize table, sell tickets and answer questions about the prizes. This can be done in shifts of multiple people.
Hole Event Set-up - 8am-9am: These people are responsible for setting up hole events: putting up signs, delivering side-game supplies, spray painting lines for various events and putting out "closest to the pin", "longest drive" signs, etc.
Hole Event Tear Down- 3pm-4pm:These people are responsible for taking down all of the things that the hole event set-up workers set up before the tournament and make sure the course is back to "normal".