The 16th Annual Barium Cup Golf Classic is the premier celebrity golf tournament in the Willamette Valley.  The Barium Cup Golf Classic’s success is thanks to our loyal sponsors.  Please view our Sponsorship Request Form for more details.

Held at Michelbook Country Club in McMinnville, Oregon each year – the day features 18 holes of competitive golf, games, raffles and a live sports auction. Box lunches will be provided just before tee off, and a social hour will complete the day with an awards ceremony and live auction. This year’s special guest was former Blazers Announcer, Mike Barrett. 

As always, all proceeds from the event benefit the Willamette Valley Cancer Foundation Patient Assistance Program.  

Click HERE to register online as a team or individual! If you wish, you may print the Barium Cup Registration Form 2018 and return to Willamette Valley Cancer Foundation.  

 

Congratulations to our 2018 Tournament Winners:

NET

1st Place: Marc Cerda, Chris Jones, Broc Roper, Brandon Duff
2nd Place: Troy Hughs, Mike Barrett, Scott Carnahan, Ryan Sticka
3rd Place: Andrew Anderson, Ian Borman, Chris McClaran, Jim Thompson

GROSS

1st Place: Mark Hyder, Todd Hyder, Travis Hyder and Ashley Hyder
2nd Place: Chris Brooker, John Sandberg, Matt Bliven, and Ken Schmidt
3rd Place: Jim Dillion, Carl Peters, Travis Smith, Frank Vandevender

Previous Celebrities

2016 Mike LaValliere, MLB, Pittsburgh Pirates, Gold Glove Winner
2015 Pat Casey, Oregon State University Men’s Baseball Head Coach
2014 Mike LaValliere, MLB, Pittsburgh Pirates, Gold Glove Winner
2013 Alan Embree, MLB, Red Sox, 2004 World Series Champion
2012 Matt Brock, NFL, Green Bay Packers, 57 Tackles in 1991
2011 Danny Gare, NHL, Buffalo Sabres, All-Star right winger
2010 Scott Brosius, New York Yankee, World Series MVP
2009 Phil Esposito, Boston Bruins, MVP ‘69 & ‘74
2008 Mel Stottlemyre, Pitcher NY Yankees, All-Star ‘65-’70
2007 Phil Esposito, NHL, Boston Bruins, Hockey Hall of Fame
2006 Mike Walter, SF 49er Linebacker, 3 Super Bowl Rings
2005 Gale Sayers, NFL, Chicago Bears, Football Hall of Fame
2004 Neil Lomax, NFL QB, Pro Bowler ‘84, ‘87
2003 Scott Brosius, New York Yankee, World Series MVP