The Lakeside Course record is a difficult thing to achieve however it has been done twice. Until just last year the course record was held by Tom Kerfoot with a score of 57 which is seven under par on our PAR 64 golf course. After years of quality golfers attempting to break Kerfoot's record it was finally accomplished last year on July 4th, 2013 when Brandon Holtz played an unbelievable round of golf which included nine birdies with no bogey to set the new Lakeside CC course record at a score of 55
Two ace par 4 at Lakeside
Two local golfers accomplished one of the rarest feast in golf Sunday, May 25, 2003 with double eagle holes in one, one right after the other.
Jeff Niepagan, playing a group behind Alan Bardwell in the Lakeside Country Club Memorial Day Golf Tournament, duplicated Bardwell’s feat of acing the 286-yard, par 4 fourth hole with a driver.
Witnessing Bardwell’s shot were Dirk Stauffer, Wayne Roley, Jerry Voland, and Bill King. Niepagen’s witnesses were Monti Godwin, Mike Owens, Mike Craig Jr. and Larry (Lumpy) Venter.
From the Bloomington Pantagraph
Mike Fields made a $10,000 hole in one at the 2013 4th of July Tournament. Mike used his winnings to take his wife Judy, Rich, and Mary Strle to Pebble Beach to play Spyglass Hill, The Links at Spanish Bay, and of course Pebble Beach Golf Links.