2021 Benefit Golf Tournament Results

Sheldon, Iowa – Village Northwest Unlimited is excited to share the outcome of the 20th annual Village Northwest Unlimited Benefit Golf Tournament. The tournament was held Monday, July 19, 2021 at Landsmeer Golf Club in Orange City, IA with a field of 148 golfers. The benefit event raised about $70,000 in support of the organization’s mission to provide purpose, privacy and dignity for individuals with disabilities.


Taking first place in the men’s first flight with a score of 57 was Brian Tutje, David Van Kley, Gene Bomgaars and Nick Bomgaars. Winning the men’s second flight with a score of 66 was Carl Purhmann, Harlan Peterson, Donald Thomas and Will Joines. The women’s flight winners, with a score of 68 was Rylee Goosen, Ashley Sandersfeld, Jaynee Smith and Heather Storey. The winning team in the mixed flight with a score of 62 was Amber Bosma, Dave Van Essen, Jim Jansen and Bruce Mosier.


Key Sponsors of this year’s tournament were: Doug & Betty Post, Jay & Melissa Decker, Lori & David Scott Foundation, Perspective Insurance, and Sanford Health – Sheldon

Premier Sponsors included: American Investment & Trust, DeKoter, Thole, Dawson & Rockman, P.L.C., Den Hartog Industries, Edward Jones – Trevor Gottula, Gesink & Vander Wilt Agency, Maintainer Corporation, Northwestern Bank, Peoples Bank, Northwest Décor & Furniture, The Dental Office, Citizen’s State Bank, Siouxland Fabricating, Poppema-Sikma Construction, Iowa State Bank, Premier Communications and Prins Insurance.

The Village would also like to thank all who provided evening meal, registration gift, prize, flag event, lucky hole, noon meal, refreshment, and tee sponsorships for the event.


Over the lifetime of the Village Northwest Unlimited Benefit Golf Tournament, over $600,000 has been raised in support of individuals with disabilities.


Village Northwest Unlimited is nationally recognized as one of the premier providers of services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorder and traumatic brain injuries. VNU builds successful lives for 180 individuals by providing opportunities and choices in residential, vocational and social programs while fulfilling its mission of providing Purpose, Privacy and Dignity.