Buehrer and his wife, Carla, bought a $1.8 million golf course in Florida and planned to use it to host golf tournaments.
They got the ball rolling by buying the Augusta National Golf Club.
They have since bought two more courses in the same county.
Bueer has a new course called the Parc Augusta.
He recently finished the course at a price tag of $1,600,000.
The tournament will feature the biggest prize of all: a $250,000 diamond golf ball.
The winner will receive the title of “World Series Champion.”
But that trophy is not for sale.
The World Series trophy is a gift for the winner.
To receive it, golfers must purchase a golf course, a trophy room, and two golf clubs.
They must then pay $50 to receive the $1 million golf ball trophy.
A $50 fee is waived for players who do not have a driver’s license.
This is the second time this year that golfers have won a trophy in a tournament.
The first trophy winner was golfer and avid golfer Bobby Jones, who won the tournament in 2003.
It took three days to make the first purchase.
The Bueers are now looking to win another trophy this year.
“This is an honor, a privilege,” said the Bueres, who have two grandchildren and four grandchildren.
“We want to give this away, but we’re very selective.”
The golfers are not the only ones who will get a prize.
The winning team will receive a trip to the Bahamas for the next major, the U.S. Open.
The players also will receive an autographed golf club.
“There are a lot of things that go into golf,” said Buerer, who played for the Cincinnati Reds in the 1980s.
“It’s a very physical sport.
It’s not easy to get into a tournament and have a shot at a trophy.
I was not going to let it get away.
I am going to do everything I can to keep it here.”