KNUJ and the B&L sponsor the Office Party. Register to win an Office Party for you and 10 of your co-Workers. Winners receive drink specials and Hor's
d'Ouvres. Send your request to KNUJ.
Every Day: We have the Minnesota Lottery Games. Pick your
Power Ball or favorite scratch off Games. The E-Tabs for the
Vikings Stadium are here.Pull for the Youth. Your always a winner at the B&L.
We now have a $5 pull tab and E-Tab games. Proceeds from the B&L Bar Pull Tabs go to
the New Ulm Hockey Club. Come and support our youth by playing the hottest Pull Tab boxes in New
8th Annual Morel Mushroom Contest: The 2013 mushroom hunt
is here. Bring in the largest mushroom and win prizes. On May 25th,
we'll have a Morel Mushroom recipe taste contest from 2 - 6 p.m.
Saturday, May 3: Mike Lang performs country music from
8:30 until closing.
Wednesday, May 15: Old Tyme Polka music from 6
Saturday, May 25: The Rhythm Kings play Old Time Rock 'n Roll
8:30 until closing.
Wednesday, June 12: Old time Polka jam from 6 -
Saturday, June 15: Mike Lang plays Country music
starting at 8:30.
Saturday, June 22: New!!! The Scotty Show performs at the B&L Bar for the first time. 8:30
The 33 1/3 event: Every Friday at 6:30 a
drawing for a progressive pot of $ 33 starting soon. See Jeff or Rick
for Details. We've had many lucky winners
already, so come on down on Fridays. We also feature other raffels and
July 29 - 30 2012 B&L Classic Golf Tournament
By the time Team #9 turned in its scorecard at the B&L Golf
Classic on Monday at New Ulm Country Club, its total of 123 was a full
seven shots better than any other score on the leaderboard. As the
team - comprised of Dale Strandmark, Gregg Paul, Dave Hansen, Kevin
Loverude and Denny Warta - waited for the rest of the scores to come
in, it became clear that no other team was going to pose much of a
challenge to its score. In the end Team #9 won by a full four shots to
take the tournament title, which was held in the format of a choker
scramble. "I was really surprised that we won by as much as we
did," Strandmark said. In a choker scramble, each team nominates
one "choker" per hole, who plays their own ball the entire
hole. The other four members of the team play the hole in a scramble
format, with the team then combining the two scores to make up its
total for the hole. Strandmark mentioned that it was his team's
ability to choose the right choker for every hole that made it so
successful. "It was a team effort," Strandmark said.
"We chose the choker at the right time, and that's the big thing
in this tournament. It's a fun tournament, and really good for the
course." The team's best hole came when Loverude earned a net
score of one on a par 4, with the scramble players sinking a 30-foot
putt for birdie on the same hole.
"Gregg Paul made three 30-foot putts, Kevin Loverude had a lot
of great shots - it was just a total team effort," Strandmark
said. The victory earned each member of the team $120 in cash from the
player's pool and $120 each in credit at the NUCC pro shop. The team
also won two skins - the most by any single team - by taking the skin
on Hole 11 with a six and on Hole 15 with a four.
Finishing second in the tournament with a 127 was the team of Jason
Wieland, Pat Ubl, Don Olson, Carl Paa and Al Dosland. There was a
four-way tie for third at 130, with the team of Dan Janke, Cliff
Woodbury, John Rieger, Lee Brandt and John Fitterer finishing in third
after the tiebreaker was implemented.
In total there were 19 teams competing, with the top eight teams
earning prizes. "We had about 100 players today, we can always
use a little bit more, but that comes and goes every year," said
B&L Bar co-owner Jeff Gulden. "We're always looking for more
golfers to get interested, and once people have played our format,
it's a great format... People may feel intimidated a bit at first if
they're not an avid golfer, but once they get into it, because they
get a handicap, that comes out to be pretty good. They can play
average golf and they can be the hero of the whole team."
In addition to being sponsored by B&L owners Gulden and Rick
Kamm, Jensen Motors was a main sponsor, offering up a 2012 Buick
Verano for a hole-in-one on Hole 2, which didn't end up happening. In
return for providing a great venue for the tournament, 10 percent of
the player's pool money will be used for course and clubhouse
improvements at NUCC.
"I think today turned out wonderful," Gulden said.
"It was a terrific day, the weather was good, we had great people
that just enjoyed a great day of golf. We're happy to see from the old
to the young play the game and everybody can get involved, because we
do different prizes and different everything else. We're fortunate to
have a great golf course to play on."
More events will be added as we book them. Don't forget to be at your best behavior. Our cameras might catch you having fun. You may even make the "Wall of Shame".