Area Golf League Results
Web posted July 17, 2018
Crosswoods Men’s Golf League
Tuesday League 07/10/18
Game of the Day: 16 Hole Team Low Net
First Place Team - High Noon Randy Kraft, Daryl Thorvilson, Chuck Dorn, Neal Bailey
Second Place Team - High Noon Steve Laak, Lenny Rau, Dave Oleson, Gene Lovro
First Place Team - Sunrise Jay wiltrout, Gary Klatt, ed Kellogg, Neil Smith
Second Place Team - Sunrise Don Jacobson, Don Miller, Gene Guthmueller, Rich Yeager
Closest to Pin Awards: Jay Wiltrout, Ken Olsen, Bill Herrick, Jay Wiltrout
Longest Putt Awards: Don Miller, Dale Stevens
Individual Low Net - High Noon: Ed Kellogg 30
Individual Low Net - Sunrise: Neil Smith 27
Player of the Day: Overall Low Net Neil Smith 61
Low Gross Round: Dale Federer 81
Crosswoods Men’s League meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Crosswoods Ladies 18-Hole Golf League
Monday League 07/09/18
Game of the Day: 2 Best Balls on Even and 3 Best Balls on Odd Holes
1st Place Team
Ardis Thompson, Beryl Roe, Georgi Ashlin
2nd Place Team
Sue Mitch ,Judy Nicholas, Cincy VanHorn
3rd Place Team
Cheri Tiggelaar, Bonnie Coffey, Lila Kersey
Chip In’s: Cincy VanHorn Sunrise #7
Individual Low Net: Cheri Tiggelaar on High Noon Beryl Roe on Sunrise
Individual Low Gross Overall: Tracy Nelson
New members are welcome Monday and Wednesday. Contact Crosswoods for more information 218-692-4653
Crosswoods Ladies 9-Hole Golf League
Wednesday League 07/11/18
Game of the Day: 3 Best Balls on Odd and 4 Best Balls on Even Holes
1st Place Team Sue Mitsch, Michele Kohler, Lila Kersey, Chris Boyd
2nd Place Team Ardis Thompson, Roseann Stans, Karen Appel, Donna Blazer
Karen Appel on Sunset #2
Ardis Thompson on Sunset #6
New members are welcome Monday and Wednesday.
Contact Crosswoods for more information 218-692-4653
Whitefish Women’s 18-Hole Golf League
Summer has definitely arrived. Hot and humid weather met the Whitefish Women's 18 Hole League on Wednesday, July 11th, for the individual game of 4 SCORE. The game score is the total score of the nets on all Par 4's only.
With 3 Flights, and a total of 29 players, the scores were very close.
In Flight 1, the top 3 players had a score of 39. Using the tie breaker, first place goes to Maxine Riches, second place to Barb Hanson, and third place to Deb Enger. The fourth place winner was Rox Thompson with 40.
In Flight 2, Kathy Coombs took first with 39, Nancy Schmidt second with 40, Cheryl Bontrager third with 41, and Diane Giefer fourth with 43.
In Flight 3, there was a tie at 37, with Dawn Wiebusch taking first, and Cheryl Stansfield taking second, using the tie breaker. Third place goes to Ginny Sitzer with 39, and fourth place to Joi Brandt with 40.
Low Net was also a tie, at net 66, by both Maxine Riches and Dawn Wiebusch.
There were chip-ins and birdies galore. BIrdies were recorded by Schmidt on #6, Riches on #18, Weber on #17 and Enger on #12. Chip ins were marked by Darlene Bonnema on #1 and #10, Anita Stensby and Nancy McEnroe on #6, Diane Giefer on #11, and Riches on #18.
The 2018 season is in full swing, with more special events in the upcoming months. The Team Match Play and Shoot Out Qualifying continues throughout the season. The League Championships are Aug. 14-15, followed by the combined 9 and 18 hole league WOW event on Aug. 23rd. Newcomers are always welcome.
Whitefish Women’s 9-Hole Golf League
The Whitefish Women’s 9 Hole League had a nice day on Wednesday, July 11 to play golf. The game today was "3 Clubs and a Putter". Everyone was rushing back to their cars to deposit extra clubs before our shotgun start. The winners are:
1st: Barbie Swenson - net 30
2nd: Kathy Strampe - net 31
3rd: Kay Olson - net 31
Also today we had some chip-ins and birdies:
Leisha Tietz - Chip-in AND birdie on hole #4
Sally Baumgartner - Chip-in on hole # 9
Karen Lobben - Chip-in on hole # 3
Congratulations to all our winners!
After golf the ladies enjoyed a luncheon and a brief business meeting.
The 9 Hole Women’s League is open to new members at any time during the season. Membership at Whitefish Golf Club is not required to join the league. Information is available on the website, www.whitefishwomens9holeleague.weebly.com or contact Whitefish Golf Pro Shop at 218-543-4900
Whitefish Men’s Golf League
The Whitefish Mens Golf League played on Tuesday, July 13 and the event was a Stableford Points team event.
The winners were:
First Place: Roger Weber, Greg Jorvig, Tom Baker and Warren Kleinsser
Second Place: Arlen Stansby, Rollie Renstrom, Mile Carnahna and Chuck Hicks
Third Place: Jerry Moore, Bill Carlson, Sam Kantos and Jim Devinck
Long Putt hole #8 Bill Bell
Long Putt hole #16 Fred Skog
Closest to the pin hole #4 Bill Bell
Closest to the pin hole #12 Mike Rancour
We would love to have new members for our 2018 league season. Please consider joining a great bunch of guys for golf and fun times. The Whitefish Men's Golf League plays Tuesday mornings and new members are always welcome to join at any time during the season. Call the Whitefish Golf Club Pro Shop at 218 543 4900 for details.
Emily Greens Golf Leagues
After a week off due to the holiday, everyone was excited to get back out on the course, and enjoy the beautiful weather! The league results are:
Week of July 9th Tuesday Morning
Men’s League - 8:30am
1st place – Jack Schuller, Jack Anderson, Jerry Hagel, Gary Bochman, Pat O’Connor
2nd place – Don Atwater, Al Schewe, Bill Wroblewski, Tom Walker
3rd place – Bruce Nelson, Gary Majewski, Bill Wadell, Ron Germann
4th Place – Dick Blevins, Ernie Morreim, Gordy Holmgren, John Lemire
Closest to the Pin: Gary Bochman #1, Tim Donnay #3, Bruce Nelson #9
Long Putt – Tim Donnay
Tuesday Morning Back 9 League – 10:30am
1st place – Gary Nelson, Bruce Nelson, Jerry Hagel, Tim Donnay
2nd place – Scott Balthazor, Ernie Morreim, Gary Bochman, Tom Walker
Tuesday Evening Men’s Match Play League
Longest Putt – Gregg Gamble #18
Closest to the Pin
Sheldon Erdman #12
John Geithman, Robb Pahl, Sheldon Erdman, Scott Myogeto
Wednesday Morning Men’s Match Play League
Closest to the Pin Bob Ecklund #17
Longest Putt – Dick Blevins #18
Skins – Jerry Hagel 2x
Wednesday Night Women’s League
Play Of The Day Longest Putt on Hole #6
Charly Richters, Pat Meyer, Becky Guida, Donna Larson
Birdies – Nancy Kruse #6
Chip Ins – Nancy Kruse #6
Thursday Morning Women’s League
Play Of The Day Closest To the Pin on Hole #7
Winners – Kathy Ecklund, Helen Silva, Barb Heck
Chip Ins – Mikie Walker #6
Breezy Point Men’s Golf League
Results for 07/11/2018
Billy's 3 14.0 Double Trouble 6.0
Billy's 4 13.0 W.B.D. 7.0
Billy's 2 13.0 Mulligans 7.0
L.A. Lawn Services 12.0 Old School 8.0
JJ's Pub 11.0 Billy's 1 9.0
Hack Attack 10.0
Patriots 9.5 Ghost Team 0.0
L.A. Lawn Services 79.5
Billy's 1 76.0
W. B. D. 74.0
Old School 72.5
Billy's 4 72.0
Billy's 3 69.0
Billy's 2 67.5
Double Trouble 64.5
Hack Attack 63.0
JJ's Pub 58.0
Low Gross: Dick Williams 34, Bill Hartl 38, Mick McBrien 39, Nolan Toft 39
Low Net: Jim Jasper 30, Jon Marsolais 31, Dick Williams 32, Ted Zarembski 32
Longest Putt: Mick McBrien 3, Dick Williams 5, Jim Wagner 7
Breezy Point Ladies Golf League
7/12/18 Game-Of-The-Day Beat-Your-Points
1st Flight: Sue Skinner +2, Joi Brandt +2
2nd Flight: Barb Owens +4, Connie Weber +2
3rd Flight: Gloria Thomas +6, Sue Marsolais +5, Martha Polsfuss +4, Bunny Oseland +2
4th Flight: Judy Thomas +7, Connie Colin +3
5th Flight: Bugs Schmidt +7, Betty Huseby +1
Play next week will be at the Whitebirch Course and it is Guest Day.
Golf Tourney for Hospice August 30
Driving for Hospice, a new charity golf tournament to benefit hospice patients in Aitkin, Baxter, Brainerd, Crosby, Crosslake, Deerwood and Emily, will be Thursday, Aug. 30, at Cuyuna Rolling Hills Golf Course in Deerwood.
Hospice provides compassionate care and dignity for terminally ill people and supports their loved ones with comfort when time matters most. Proceeds from the inaugural fundraising event will stay in the community and be used to provide end-of-life care to hospice patients and fund supplies, medications and home equipment.
The 18-hole, best ball scramble with teams of four players begins with a shotgun start at noon. Players will compete for cash and other great prizes. A hole-in-one contest is planned together with other fun activities. Registration begins at 10 a.m. and a putting contest will be from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. A healthy lunch catered by Heartwood will be served from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. The fee is $100 per golfer which includes green fees, a cart, lunch, appetizers and prizes.
Register to hit the links at www.cuyunamed.org/drivingforhospice. Numerous sponsorship opportunities are available. For those who cannot participate, donations to Cuyuna Regional Medical Center's Charitable Fund for local hospice care are welcome. For details, contact Jennifer Holmvig at Jennifer.Holmvig@cuyunamed.org or 218-545-4455.
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