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Greg Valenzuela wins Bratish, taking second place on the world money list

Taking another tournament by storm and Heading towards World Domination, Greg Valenzuela wins the OC MGA 2018 Bratish Open landing him 2nd in the World Money List!

1st Tee Energy Bars gets us through rounds with a closed snack bar! New OCMGA LOGO! Mike DeSio comes through with more prizes!

In the past Long Beach and Orange County battled in Palm Springs / Indian Wells for the Bob Dope Classic suffering in temperatures of over 130* to play some of so Cals best golf courses. After a few years of heat strokes and losing a few members (RIP) we decided it was time to take our Major to the beach. The Bratish was held at Monarch Beach in Dana Point with 25 medios playing for the title and Juggs. After only a few holes Jonathan Reatiga fucked his ankle up looking over a majestic view of the ocean taking himself out of the playing field. While trying to avoid the wind and and a DQ Bubba Drake got closest to the pin only 9' from the pin. Windsurfers 100' in the air watched in awe and respect. His conterpart by 400 yards was Fred Valenzuela who almost drove the green on a par 5 crushing all other tournaments ever played there. He won Longest Drive. The front 9 on this course was so hard that the Meltdown Award went to Tony Morales with a differential of 2 on the back. Winds that were blowing so vigorously they ripped the wind surfers from the water, soared medicore golf balls left, right and anywhere but where they wanted to go, as they battled the howling south OC winds, only a few brave souls kept their shit together long enough to taste victory. On the other end of the winners circle was Greg Valenzuela Sr who shot a 128. He kinda won something though. Once again he got the key to the red tee, which Toby Olsen learned is not such a bad thing to win. Playing from the blues he went from winner to the shitter, shooting a 106 and ending in 13th place.  Playing his usual amazing golf, Phillip Valenzuela showed us all how to never let wind or the view get in the way of your goal, shooting a 3 over par 73, he takes the gross award. Last and least we get to Tony Morales  who won Most Mediocre! Shooting a 96 with a 49/47 he actually won an award that means something.