Area Golf League Results
Web posted August 15, 2017
Emily Greens Golf Leagues Results
Tuesday Morning Men’s League – 8:30am
1st place – Tim Donnay, Roger Brekken, Bill Boyd, and Dave Schwarze
2nd place – Pat O’Conner, Gordy homgren, Dick Blevins, and Jim Wells
3rd place – Bob Ecklund, Bob Elliott, and Jack Anderson
4th place – Bill Dehnert, Gary Nelson, Craig Larson, and Don Rodi
Closest to the Pin #1: Elmer Johnson
Closest 2nd Shot # 3: Jerry Hagel
Longest Putt #5: Mike Oelrich
Closest 2nd Shot # 9: Don Rodi
Tuesday Morning Back 9 League – 11:30am
1st Place – Pat O’Conner, Gary Nelson, and Larry Neer
2nd Place – Jack Helmen, Mike Oelrich, and Dick Blevins
3rd Place – Paul Jensen, Rick Blackmon, Don Atwater, and Jim Schallman
Tuesday Evening Men’s League Proxies
CTP in 2 – Chris Olander
Long Putt – Paul McCormick
Skins – Gregg Gamble, Robb
Pahl, and Jimmy Vanderark (2)
Wednesday Morning Men’s League Proxie
CTP – Sheldon Erdman
Long Putt – Ron Germann
Skins –Sheldon Erdman, and Dick Hubbard
Wednesday Evening Women’s League
Week 2 of the tournament saw new leaders emerge in 2 of the flights.
Second Round Flight leaders are: Jane Mckinley, Sue Degner, and Bonnie Bares
Thursday Morning Women’s League
Two weeks of rain has plagued the start of their tournament.
Crosswoods Men’s Golf League
Tuesday League 08/08/17
Game of the Day: Two Best Balls of Four
First Place Team - Sunrise Bob Weins, Jack Larson, Roger Klukow, Paul Hamling
Second Place Team - Sunrise Ralph Lewis, Neal Bailey, Bob Hinklye, Don Jacobson
First Place Team - Sunset Casey McChesney, Roger Coult, Dave Oleson, Dary Thorvilson
Second Place Team - Sunset Jim Mateyka, Jeff Helland, Gary Schroeder, Joe Herring
Closest to Pin Awards: Ralph Lewis, Mic Tchida, Jim Ritter, Larry Koenig
Longest Putt Awards: Chet Herrboldt, Jim Mateyka
Individual Low Net - Sunrise: Paul Hamling - 31
Individual Low Net -Sunset: Marty Appel - 27
Player of the Day: Overall Low Net
Paul Hamling - 64
Low Gross Player:
Randy Kraft - 78
Crosswoods Men’s League meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Crosswoods Women’s Golf League 18-Hole Results
Date: Monday, August 7, 2017
The Crosswoods women’s 18 hole league met on Monday to play the High Noon and Sunset courses. Game of the day was Cha Cha Cha. On the first hole the lowest score is counted (cha); on the second hole the two lowest are counted (cha, cha) and on the third the three lowest are counted (cha, cha cha). This is a great format to keep everyone at any level involved in the game.
First Place: Sandra Melberg, Bonnie Coffey, Beryl Roe
Second Place: Ardis Thompson, Sara Hildreth, Cheryl Fraser
Birdies: Beryl Roe, Number 5 and 6 on Sunset
Chip In’s: Reneé Aden, Number 1 High Noon; Sara Hildreth, Number 4 Sunset
Low Net: Bonnie Coffey
Low Gross: Ann Schrupp
Date: Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Playing the Sunset course 28 golfers played The Lone Ranger. The Lone Ranger format is a fun game that is played with foursomes. Every hole, one player in that foursome is assigned to be the Lone Ranger. On the 1st hole, player in position 1 in the pairings will act as the Lone Ranger. On the 2nd hole, player in position 2 in the pairings will act as the Lone Ranger. On the 3rd, player in position 3. On the 4th, player in position 4. The cycle then repeats throughout the rest of the round.
Tie for First Place:
Team #1: Jackie Tenney, Judy Hein, Vicki Nygaard, Chris Boyd Team #2: Cheri Tiggelaar, Georgi Ashlin, Cheryl Fraser, Bonnie Anderson
Third Place: Ardis Thompson, Bonnie Coffey, Bobbie Hering, Donna Balzer
Chip In’s: Pat Oleson, Number 2 Vicki Nygaard, Number 6
New members are welcome on Monday or Wednesday. Beginning June 1 through August 31, tee times will be at 8:30 AM (arrive before 8:00) For more information please contact Crosswoods Golf at 218-692-4653 or www.crosslakegolf.com
Fairways at Howard's Barn
Women’s Golf League
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
Longest Putt: Donna Balzer
Closest to Pin: Gloria Meidinger
Tournament Play will be: August 16th, 23rd, 30th
Our league plays on Tuesday. We welcome New Members. Sign in 8:30AM Tee Time 9:00AM
Whitefish Women’s 9-Hole Golf League
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
The Whitefish Women's 9-Hole Golf League beat the rain as they played a team "Step Aside" scramble on the front 9. Each player hit their drive and then the team chose the best shot. The player who hit the drive, stepped aside as the other players hit from that location and the play continued the same pattern to the hole. The game was followed by the monthly meeting and luncheon.
1st Place: Kathy Brodin, Barbie Swenson, Carol Lovro, Kathy Keeling - Score - 38
2nd Place: Claudia Zellmer, Susan Swanson, Barb Wetter, Vicki Dypwick - Score - 39
3rd Place: Kathy Larson, Deb Bettes, Barb Rowe, Kathy Strampe - Score - 40
Next week is the two day league championship handicapped net games. Scheduled tee times begin at 8 AM on the back 9 Tuesday August 15th and 11:00 AM on Wednesday August 16 on the front 9.
The 9-Hole Women's League is open to new members at any time during the May-September season. Membership at the Whitefish Golf Club is not required to join the league. Information is available on their website "whitefishwomens9holeleague.weebly.com" or contact the Whitefish Golf Pro Shop at 218-543-4900.
Whitefish Men’s Golf League
August 8: The results of the Whitefish Men's two man best ball are:
First Place: Roger Jenson and Tom Baker
Second Place:Paul Schmidt and Gary Amundson
Third Place: Tom Otteson and Bill Carlson
First Place: John Ochs and Chuck Hicks
Second Place: Greg Lindahl and Fred Skog
Third Place: Warren Kleinsasser and Jeff Baumgartner
Closest to the pin:
Hole # 4 Greg Jorvig
Hole # 12 Hank Duitsman
Hole # 9 Greg Lindahl
Hole # 18 Warren Kleinsasser
The men's league always welcomes new members. Call the pro shop for details.
Whitefish Women’s 18-Hole Golf League
Warm and slightly overcast weather made for great scores for the Whitefish Women's 18 Hole League on Wednesday, August 9th. Game of the day was T-E-NS, which is net score on only those holes that begin with the letters T, E, N and S.
In Flight A, 1st place goes to Barb Hanson with 45, followed by Barb Holubar with 46, and Nancy McEnroe with 48.
Susan Walstrom took 1st place in Flight B with 49. Maxine Riches and Rox Thompson tied for 2nd place with 50.
In Flight C Nancy Schmidt took 1st place with 45, matching the 1st place in Flight A. Betsy Otteson wrapped up 2nd with 48, and Marguerite Baker carded 50 for 3rd place.
Joi Brandt recorded 49 to take 1st place in Flight D, followed by Darlene Bonnema with 50 and Sherrie Adam with 51.
Low Net for the day was a league record setting net 61 by Nancy Schmidt. Congratulations!
There was an entire flock of birdies in this round! Susan Walstrom carded birdies on #12 and #15, Anita Stensby on #1 and #2, Pat Kline on #1 and #15, Barb Hanson on #8, Nancy McEnroe on #12, Nancy Schmidt on #1, and Pam Musielewicz on #12.
Chip-ins were equally abundant. Sherrie Adam recorded a chip in on #4, Diane Giefer on #15, Darlene Bonnema on #12, Nancy Schmidt on #1, Pat McKee on #4, and the best one yet was Mary Kay Kendall on #12. After hitting her first shot into the pond on #12, Mary Kay holed out her 2nd ball.
August 15-16th will be the League Championships, and the following week, on Thursday, August 24th, the combined 9 and 18 hole leagues will hold the annual WOW (Women of Whitefish) event, and fundraiser for the Beads of Courage foundation. Regular league events will resume on Wed, August 30th and continue through mid-September.
Northern Lakes Youth Hockey Association Golf Tournament set for August 29th.
Northern Lakes Youth Hockey Association’s 3rd annual fundraising golf tournament is scheduled for Sunday, August 27 with a shotgun start at 1:30 pm. The golf tournament is hosted by Deacon’s Lodge in Breezy Point.
Houston Ford is sponsoring hole-in-one opportunities including the chance to win a lease on a new vehicle!
For registration or sponsorship opportunities, go to www.northernlakeslightning.com and click on the 3rd Annual NLYHA Golf Tournament Registration link.
Thank you to all of our sponsors, including Deacon’s Lodge, Houston Ford, North Central Medical Supply, Stewart & Carlson Refrigeration, Deerwood Bank, Waterfront Services.
The Northern Lakes Youth Hockey Association works to promote a fun, fair, and safe environment that maximizes participation and improves players' skills while developing sportsmanship, teamwork and self-confidence.
Northern Lakes Youth Hockey Association is a non-profit 501(c)(3) volunteer-driven organization serving 250 players across the school districts and communities of Aitkin, Crosby-Ironton, Crosslake, Pequot Lakes and Pine River-Backus.
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